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Member Since: 6/6/2011
Game of Thrones Review: Who Died? (6/13/2011)Ok, sorry HBO producers, I expected great things from this episode and you failed me. Not greatly, but you did fail me. 1. Where the heck are all the battle scenes portrayed so gloriously in the book? Tyrion actually fought and killed. He didn't take a nap (after taking the Hammer Pill) and woke up to see all had been done. He is better than that. Also, where are the battle scenes between Robb and the Kingslayer? Whatever improvements HBO made regarding the direwolves, they averted it all. Grey Wind fought like a beast in the book and pretty much won the battle for Robb in the book. I didn't even see a sight of him in this episode. Did HBO just run out of money or something? The Chinese don't do a lot of things right but the American HBO has a thing or two to learn from them regarding producing battle scenes. 2. I like that Shae is more than a whore in the serie. She is hot, has some cool accent, and has this sexy mystique about her that even I adore, let a lone a dwarf. Ok, alright, I'm not as cool as Tyrion so he has the girl. 3. So, Joffren is a stinky liar and Ned is a loving father who chose Love over Honor. What else is new? Right, Joffren is king and Ned's head is now on a spike. Before you get mad and start mourning, that boy-king won't be holding on the his little crown long with the way he is ruling. Shedding blood right in front of Baelor the Bless is a bad omen...
Game of Thrones Review: "The Pointy End" (6/6/2011)Robb does not look 15 (or was it 16? I know it's less than 18) as he was written to be so in the book. I am glad because it is still hard for me to grasp the idea of an 15 years-old leading an army of 18,000 strong. Most importantly, he looks capable as the leige lord or Winterfell and determined to deliver winter to the Lannisters. The scene with Hodor was weird as well as the chemistry between Oasha and his manhood?