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A really great episode. A lot slower than the previous battle episodes but I really enjoyed the way it put all the pieces in place for the remaining two episodes.
I am loving seeing some of my favourite characters joining up to fight a common enemy like the hound and Jon and the reunion of Jorah and Tyrion.
A huge reveal about the annulled marriage. Hopefully that scroll is one of the ones Sam left with. I could see Dany and Jon eventually becoming the power couple of Westoros with the Lannisters retaining their Warden of the East status.
Looking forward to seeing Beric's flaming sword fighting the white walkers.
Did anyone see what the scroll Arya found actually said? Was it Sansa urging Robb to bend the knee to Joffrey?
Add your picks here. Include guideline odds. I'll post the actual odds from 365 when everyone has posted. No rules on picks.
SE1 - Mansfield Town v Forest Green Rovers over 2.5 goals @ 10/11 J2 - Liverpool to win @ 8/13 Sitters - Southampton v Swansea - BTTS @ 11/10 Rommers - Sheff Wed @ 4/5 Springers - Birmingham vs Bristol City - BTTS @ 8/11
Cut off will be 11am tomorrow morning. If one doesn't post a pick we'll go with a 5 fold etc etc.
I've been saying for ages the last two episodes of last season were the best two hours of TV i've ever seen but that was at least on par, if not better. Amazing tv. When Jamie goes into the water at the end I was thinking please don't end on this, I need to know what happens. Brilliantly written.
Arya - amazing
Bran - please someone kill him. A show where your favourite characters die by the week and then they have Bran and Littlefinger in a room with a dagger and neither gets killed. Disappointing.
Davos totally wants Missandei and who can blame him.
EPIC battle. I thought it would just be Dany on a dragon so the Dothraki was a cool surprise.
Who saved (possibly) Jamie at the end? Dickon or Bronn? I think we'll see Jamie (and Bronn if it was him) wake up to find themselves face to face with Tyrion who will have a massive decision to make proving his complete loyalty to Dany or possibly refusing to order their killing. I buy into the Tyrion is a Targaryen theory so could we possibly see Tyrion condemned to die by dragon fire only for the dragon to recognise him as a Targaryen and refuse to kill him?
I bloody love this show.
Edit: I won't post it but the name of the next episode is very interesting. Gives a big clue as to what happens next. Can be found on Wiki if you want to know.
Charlton top half Leyton Orient top half Coventry top half Arsenal to win Community Shield Man U to win league cup Arsenal to win FA Cup Hearts top 6 finish Barca to beat Real Betis (couldn't find a La Liga bet so threw this in...will look a tw@t if it loses) Ipswich to finish top half West Ham to finish top half - my pick for season bet of the season
My main bet:
Charlton top half Leyton Orient top half Coventry top half Hearts top 6 finish Ipswich to finish top half West Ham to finish top half - my pick for season bet of the season New England Patriots to win AFC East
I decided to include us before we got dicked by Charlton and didn't want to change my mind. I think we'll be better than people think and hopefully we'll bring a couple more in before the season starts.
What an ending! Really good, solid episode with the battle at the end a really good pay off.
I wonder if Euron will now torture Yara and show us how he is more evil than Ramsey?
I feel so bad for Greyworm. Missandei is so hot.
I will love it if Arya makes it north and reunites with Jon.
There were a few hints that Dany might be slowly turning into the mad queen.
Will Theon ever redeem himself? I have a feeling it isn't over for him. He could have been killed off repeatedly if there as nothing left for him but he always clings to his miserable existance. He's a dark horse for having a key role IMO.