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Nice choice for Most Romantic Finale Moment! I loved that scene with Hook and Emma. Also good choice for WTF Just Happened. I'm dying to know what happened to Simmons!

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Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 7 Review: The Gift

I can understand your disappointment in Reek/Theon. However, I think that you, and many others, are guilty of movie hero syndrome. We are so used to stories of the broken man rising up and turning on his oppressor, that we forget we are watching GoT. Theon was, and is, a coward. Long before Ned Stark was murdered, Theon Greyjoy was a coward who coveted the power that came with being Warden of the North. He hasn't changed since he became Reek; he's just not pretending that he is master of his own fate anymore. Same thing with Sansa. Yes, we'd all love for her to have found a nice little awl/shiv to drive into a nasty Bolton heart, but that is not who she is. I feel like everyone has forgotten that this is the same lying little witch who betrayed her family (Arya) just to keep some useless boy's attention at the very beginning of the series. Sansa is a victim's victim. She is a romantic in the worst possible sense. She is always looking for a saviour instead of trying to save herself. And anyone who thinks she was becoming empowered when her aunt died needs to remember that she is a consummate liar. She saw Littlefinger as her saviour, so she lied for him. Jon Snow is not leaving The Wall. I would love to see him retake the North, but that is not his character, and he would not dishonour Ned Stark's memory in that way. Jon understands that the war for Kings Landing means nothing if the White Walkers make it past Castle Black. That's where his focus needs to be and he recognises that now. Also two thumbs up for the Dany/Tyrion storyline. I'm happy to see her finally connecting with the main cast. She has a history of using good advisors even if she does not act on their advice, so hopefully she will recognise what she has in Tyrion.

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Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 7 Review: The Gift

Want to know what this episode did differently from GRRM's books? I always check out AiPT's follow-up to stay up to speed: http://www.adventuresinpoortas...

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Battle Creek fans are trying to get a #SaveBattleCreek movement going by
starting a petition, which can be signed here:
https://t.co/yqxQyjjmZI A feedback form can be sent to CBS as well through their audience
services link. Please select Battle Creek in the drop down menu under
'choose a category' at this link:
http://audienceservices.cbs.co... and let CBS
know why you think the show deserves a second season. We would love to see Battle Creek renewed and need all the help we can
get with this campaign. So if anyone here wants to help get the word
out that would be great!

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2015 Finale Awards: Best Cliffhanger, MVP, Worst Exit and More!

Agreed on the Castle declaration. I loved it. And yeah, Cami is entirely pointless and I am ready to pay the writers myself to get her out of my face.

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I knew this show would be wonderful because, based on previous performances, all the actors were first rate. The dialog was tailored beautifully for each individual. So sorry CBS didn't give it a fair try. I'm guessing the Sunday evening crowd who preferred strong women characters just didn't warm up to this quirky buddy show. I will be sad to see it go but I do think the ending of the last episode can also serve a a series finale.

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I know U aimed that all categories have a different show, but no way that Jane's baby getting kidnapped was better than The Flash and OUAT cliffhanger. ^^

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Beauty and the Beast Season 2: Behind the Scenes

I just love this show, the triangles the writers threw in there were sooo bad for fans and Uncharacteristic for the characters on show. But, I've seen other shows and it's the same with every show. Wishy washy triangles EVERYWHERE on TV shows. I hate them and it just doesn't work that way

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Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 7 Review: The Gift

"Daenerys has lost her most trusted advisors and Daario has led her to make poor choices in the past. Does he really expect her to slaughter all the masters the day of the game? I'm sure Dany will quickly realize Tyrion is wise and will begin to heed his advice."
I hope that this is true. I am confused by Dany's continuing tendency to follow BAD advice. She doesn't seem to be learning from her mistakes at all. I hope she will listen to Tyrion regarding the differences between of ruling, and ruling well.