I never read the books and I thought it was clear that Quorin was sacrificing himself so that Jon Snow would appear a traitor and get in with the wildlings.Great finale. Though I don't think they made it clear to non-bookreaders that Quorin agreed to sacrifice himself so that the wildlings can trust Jon and accept him into their ranks.
I agree somewhat. It seems like since they focused solely on the attack at King's Landing last week, they had to tie everything together and wrap it all up in this episode, and it ended up feeling rushed. That said, I still enjoyed it, but certain bits felt like they needed to be fleshed out more, most noatably the House of the Undying (which was a sort of "WTF is going on" scene, but still felt somewhat abbreviated). Also, from descriptions I've read here, it seems like Tyrion's injury was supposed to be much more gruesome; a scar across the face doesn't seem like such a big deal (it's certainly not as bad as The Hound).I can't seem to shake this feeling of disappointment over the finale. The main thing is that I like feeling dramatic tension in stories like this, and I never got it. Of course, some scenes aren't going to have that (e.g. Tyrion's scene), but I expected a bit more in Dany's scene. When she got chained up by the evil, creepy warlock, I just never really cared. Although, it was good watching 'im burn! :twisted:
Could someone post in spoiler tags how the book ended with Dany, without all the house of the undying tv storyline?
Book version of Dany's ending:Could someone post in spoiler tags how the book ended with Dany, without all the house of the undying tv storyline?
It helped that they replayed the scene from two weeks ago in the previously on part before the episode. There was the scene, after they'd been captured, where Quorin whispers to Jon Snow that he needs to do the right thing when the time comes. That was pretty blatant foreshadowing that Snow was going to have to kill him. But it was a couple weeks ago, so without the reminder from the previously on segment, I probably wouldn't have remembered it myself.yea i was wondering wtf was going on with that fight.
she's the one that taught Dany sex.Doreah, played by Roxanne McKee. In the books, she is only supposed to be 16 :hmm:
My psychoanalysis is that he is a very lonely and hateful person with really bad social skills, so personal attacks in an online forums help him cope with the loneliness.really another personal attack? why do you have to be such a insulting prick all the fucking time?