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Gets what the wolf dreams are.
And Margaery, remember what awaits her later. These scenes were only hinted at in the book, but not everything can be as subtle for TV.
They are making Renly out to be too much of a wimp compared to the books, minor annoyance.
They jumped to book 3 by making Shae a servant to Sansa. Not that important now, but leaves a big plot element out of season 3, which they are now starting production on.
I guessed they would abridge the Arya story line. It only makes sense, and anyhow, Harrenhall awaits. Lots of stuff that happened there to Arya.
Dany really didn't do all that much in book 2, and I expect we won't see her in at least 2 more episodes along the way in season 2, simply too much happening in the Kings Landing story line.
But Peter Dinkledge as Tyrion, another Emmy awaits him. He is good when playing the Imp, he is GREAT when playing the cunning Hand.
Glad they included Shagga, briefly. Tyrion used the hill tribes to help with his power. It wasn't obvious before now that they followed him there.
Meera, Jojen, Big and Little Walder? Lord Bolton and his bastard? So far, not a scent. Maybe next episode.
Wolf dreams for Bran could be filmed better, I think the avg viewer gets what they
Still enjoying the shows but I have had to force myself to accept that it is no longer a reproduction of the books. Season 1 did a fairly decent job of sticking to the script but season 2 has hardly done the books justice.
It's hard to believe that Martin is overseeing everything.
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