Game of Thrones

Beets

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ALl the papers are freaking out about this series... i dont see the problem with them killing every cunt... they chopped that birds head off the other week. Thats gonna get you a tad pissed off i would imagine. For tje dickless guy anyway.
 

Neo_Pop

Fair Warning
Ninjabro
The ending was lame. I was promised bittersweet. The ending was flavorless and made no sense. We see Greyworm killing Lannister soldiers on sight. YET, they hold Tyrion and Jon for weeks instead of killing them or at least killing one of them. Then they agree to let Tyrion off the hook and allow him to become hand of the king. Greyworm forgets his betrayals and incompetence. They follow that by agreeing to send Jon to the wall. A form of punishment that is not part of their culture. And what do the Dothraki have to say? Nothing. Unsullied go to defend Naath from slavers and Dothraki go back to the Dothraki sea. You two conspired and killed the queen. Thank you, good bye.

And Dany. For the love of fuck. "They don't have a choice". That's a line a breaker of chains would say. Fuck them Kids, that a line someone who crucified people over the death of innocent children would say. GTFO. She's murdered, Drogon flies away with Dany, opening the door for her resurrection by Kinvara or to priests in Asshai or who knows fucking what. Sequel bait? Yeah.

Great show, trash finale.
 
They should have just had the good guys win and Dragon Queen and Jon Snow fly off into the sunset.

Everything always has to be so dark because people think its different, problem is that it isn't different anymore. it is typical.
 

Neo_Pop

Fair Warning
Ninjabro
To me, the good guys don't win the Game of Thrones. Now, they suddenly do in the most incoherent, nonsensical way. The events of the story don't make sense, the actions of the characters are contrary to their development.

Dany going mad betrayed her character. Once she's on the Iron Throne, she has no reason to still be mad and want to go on a world liberating campaign. She just got done fighting two big battles, hasn't secured power and wants to move to the next one? Further, why does Dany even allowed Jon near her? Because she still loves him after he shut her down and betrayed her wishes? Dany called him a traitor in the previous episode for fuck sake. She's going to wary of him, especially after arresting Tyrion.

Look at this, Greyworm is killing the queen's enemies in one scene, almost comes to blows with Jon. Then Jon is allowed to see the prisoner alone, after Tyrion was allowed to do the same which resulted in him setting Jaime free? Why didn't they kill Tyrion or Jon? Why hold Tyrion and then allow him to choose the next king? Non of these actions make sense.

Why does the North remain independent when Dorne has always wanted to be independent and the Iron Born are naturally independent? Yara, who was still loyal to Dany, is OK with staying under the king's rule while the North goes on its merry way? This is unbelievable.
 

Squirrel

Half Dead & Dynamite
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Well you should, it sucks you in real quick. Now you have the luxury of watching the prequel first (Better Call Saul) which some feel is even better.. that’s still going. Check it out.. if you like it you’ll have like 10-12 seasons of awesome show to watch.

I’ve watched all 5 seasons of BB 3 times.. will do again when Saul is over.
 
To me, the good guys don't win the Game of Thrones. Now, they suddenly do in the most incoherent, nonsensical way. The events of the story don't make sense, the actions of the characters are contrary to their development.

Dany going mad betrayed her character. Once she's on the Iron Throne, she has no reason to still be mad and want to go on a world liberating campaign. She just got done fighting two big battles, hasn't secured power and wants to move to the next one? Further, why does Dany even allowed Jon near her? Because she still loves him after he shut her down and betrayed her wishes? Dany called him a traitor in the previous episode for fuck sake. She's going to wary of him, especially after arresting Tyrion.

Look at this, Greyworm is killing the queen's enemies in one scene, almost comes to blows with Jon. Then Jon is allowed to see the prisoner alone, after Tyrion was allowed to do the same which resulted in him setting Jaime free? Why didn't they kill Tyrion or Jon? Why hold Tyrion and then allow him to choose the next king? Non of these actions make sense.

Why does the North remain independent when Dorne has always wanted to be independent and the Iron Born are naturally independent? Yara, who was still loyal to Dany, is OK with staying under the king's rule while the North goes on its merry way? This is unbelievable.
Yes agreed, too many plot holes and raping of characters. Pure awful shit ending but most endings are shit with some rare exceptions and we have to consider the author didn't write this stuff. We can look forward to his books and the true end of the story.
 

Squirrel

Half Dead & Dynamite
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'Game of Thrones' counseling available for those mourning loss of show

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Through Bark.com, an online local service marketplace, you can find a counselor to help guide you through life after "Thrones."
"The professionals will help them digest their feelings and interpretation of the show, which could range from anger and confusion to sadness and grief," according to the service description.

Counselors explain that it's not unusual for people to get so attached to the story lines from TV shows and movies.

"We watch them to escape our daily lives and immerse ourselves into the 'unknown,'" Lynette, a counselor from Bark.com said in a statement. "This is the very reason why we sometimes become addicted to watching them, the stories they tell become part of our identity."

Fans can book 30-minute or 60-minute sessions for about $25-$51 depending on the length. Select if you want a face-to-face, group session or online, and you're on your way to getting the help you need.

Users can tailor their counselor search to issues they may be experiencing.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/17/entertainment/game-of-thrones-counseling-trnd/index.html