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I know I’m not the only person who is super duper psyched for season six of Game of Thrones. I’m gearing up for a lot of ranting and raving and reviewing and recapping for this season. As we all know, the show is now heading into the shadowy territory outside of the book series – […]
It’s episode four already! This means we’re almost halfway through series five. This time has flown past. Has the show gotten past its hurdle of character and story development and started moving things along? Did I enjoy this episode? Read on, but as always, beware of spoilers!
Episode three of this show gave me enough heart attacks and moments of joy for me to call it my favourite episode of the season thus far. This episode is named after the leader of the fundamentalist and potentially dangerous sect of the Faith of the Seven, the Sparrows, and it’s safe to say that […]
The last episode of season four! Let’s get right into it. As always, please watch the episode before reading this, as this recap/review is filled to the brim with spoilers.
This episode is the second last of the season. Traditionally, the ninth episode has been the biggest and brightest of each season, boasting key events such as a number of significant character deaths, and one giant battle. Will this ninth episode live up to the standards set by the others? Read on! But please beware […]
Let’s all hold hands and cry together. Please watch this week’s episode before reading this recap/review/reflection. I can’t emphasise enough how much of a heartbreaker this one was. Onwards!
Episode seven! We’re more than halfway through. Things are happening. This episode is named after Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish’s house sigil, a bird which is renowned for mimicking others to blend in to its environment. I wonder how that relates to certain characters on the show! Beware: many spoilers below.
What an episode! Let’s get straight into it. Spoilers everywhere – please watch the episode before reading this!
This episode marks the mid-point of the season, and certainly ensures that everything is set up for the rest of the story arcs for each and every character. Except Stannis. As always, this recap/review/reflection is filled with spoilers so please don’t read if you haven’t seen the episode yet!
In this episode, we see many interesting things that didn’t happen in the books. Now I understand how people who haven’t read the books feel when watching this show. It is totally exhausting. Lots of spoilers in this post – please watch the episode before reading!