The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes

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  • For my own reference: Sansa - 4:38 Bronn - 11:37 Varys - 14:04 Jon - 20:29 Tyrion - 26:41 Jaime - 33:15 Cersei - 38:38 Daenerys - 46:15

    Audrey DozemanAudrey Dozeman6 หลายเดือนก่อน
    • Alex Caldwell That literally would’ve been amazing..and would’ve given bran something to do..

      eric bankseric banks2 หลายเดือนก่อน
    • she missed bran... and how there are the cut scenes where bran was warging into Nymeria. They foreshadowed the "Super Pack" of direwolves back in season 7. When Bran left he was meant to bring in the pack by warging into Nymeria, picking up aria and thats how she jumped over a wall into the garden right onto the Night King. Also there was meant to be a battle between Jon and NK that would have halted access to the garden, they could have made every hit NK took from Jon kill an amount of walkers making the Plot Armor a lot weaker in the battle. It would have been epic but they said it would have cost too much for Nymeria, and said nobody would care about the 1v1 (wtf?!) despite spending 200 Million on all the other non sense this season...

      Alex CaldwellAlex Caldwell2 หลายเดือนก่อน
    • @Marta Peixoto She was touched upon in part 1.

      Riley RivalleRiley Rivalle3 หลายเดือนก่อน
    • what about arya?

      Marta PeixotoMarta Peixoto3 หลายเดือนก่อน
    • @Lady Moses yeah it is I literally woke up to my wife sending me the story!

      Kirby KirbyKirby Kirby3 หลายเดือนก่อน
  • Yes, voiceover guy. You should read the book.

    Christian TurrentineChristian Turrentine11 ชั่วโมงที่ผ่านมา
  • You know what would have made more sense for Cersei? If , at the heat of the Battle of King's Landing, ordered herself to blow up the city. Now THAT would have been a very Cersei thing to do. "If I'm dying everyone's going down with me"

  • "In the Year of Our Lord, 2019, does that add anything of value?" No it does not, but it's a kick to watch if you hate strong women.

    Matthew J. RaymoreMatthew J. Raymoreวันที่ผ่านมา
  • 1:05:30 Exactly! The ending did not screw up only the final season but the whole show. I don't feel compelled to rewatch even the earlier seasons knowing that's what they're building up to. Sad.

    LandgraabIVLandgraabIV2 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • If u view it through the lense of evil villain bran pulling strings it’s barely bearable

    Salene BromSalene Brom2 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • yes, i pay good money just to see these in the credits. lol

    Ashmeed MohammedAshmeed Mohammed3 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Wait so... I haven't seen the last season of this shitshow, this is literally the first time I've heard any conversation about what actually happened but I have to ask. Why didn't Arya get a section of her own on the video? Even Bronn had one. Was she just irrelevant for the whole thing other than killing ice zombie dude? Did they just forget her arc? I'm kind of confused.

    gottendolphin28gottendolphin283 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • She's pretty irrelevant in the last season, from what I remember. There's no arc to speak of, she isn't changed by what she does. Spoilers, I guess, if you even care about that: She and Gendry bone, Gendry gets made a lord but she says that she will never marry him. She stabs the Night King out of nowhere. She wants to kill Cersei but the Hound tells her to go home, telling her that vengeance is bad whilst he goes on to get vengeance on his zombie brother. She then acts as the POV character who shows how bad Dany is for killing everyone. Series ends with her setting sail to the uncharted region west of Westeros.

      Josh CottleJosh Cottle2 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I've watched this about ten times now, but that "There's no I in team" bit still absolutely murders me every single time.

    KellericaKellerica3 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Heh, Daenerys' ending is just one big metaphor for cancel culture XD =_='

    reizzareizza4 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • holy shit I forgot about trogdor XD

    reizzareizza4 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Corona? Ew.

    Lando CalrissianLando Calrissian4 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Daenerys thought that the free people of KL (not slaves like in Meereen) can choose to shileld Cersei using their innocence, or not. Many shielded Cersei with their innocence. Now, of course she could have targeted the Red Keep alone and this way avoid burning thousands (like she did in the begining). But Daenerys had a second reason. Her mercy for the innocent was her weakness. And any enemy would have exploited that against her. And thus, more innocent would have suffered. Again. So she deceided to sacrifice the free, idiot, stupid, innocent of KL (and the Crown Lands who for some reason came inside KL - the main military target) to free and liberate the others from this threat/risk. They should have done a better job presenting this reasoning, but my view is that they gave us the Tyrion and Jon POVs. Be sure that in the books we will get the Dany POV. Oh, and SPOILER ! It's not Drogon that burns the iron throne. It's Daenerys.

    Popistan IuliuPopistan Iuliu5 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • "Have you considered the best ruler may be someone who doesn't want to rule?" Tell that to poor King Louis XVI of France. He might have been born as French royalty, but he wasn't suited to rule. The poor kid just wanted to play around with locks.

    JenamDrag0nJenamDrag0n6 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I hate seeing that Dothraki asshole saying “your people can’t fight”. It’s the kind of thing only a winning side would say. I wish Tyrion looked him dead in the eye and did a spongebob style pointing “uhhhh... fucking dragon????”

    JuICyBLiinGeRJuICyBLiinGeR7 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I come back to this in a daily basis

    Quentin TargaryenQuentin Targaryen8 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I think Cersei did pay for blowing up the sept though, her beloved son committed suicide as a direct result of her actions. Was this catastrophically bad decision what drove her over the edge? No. But she did pay. She outlived allotter children, and in some way she was also responsible for their deaths.

    Jamie MacRaeJamie MacRae8 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • @Dominic Bounds i think the books might have the other Targaryen take kings landing after Cersei does that which would make for a different sort of dynamic than we see in the show

      TOURISTTOURIST6 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • @Jamie MacRae What consequences and what suffering? Cersei is living it up after Tommen kicks the bucket - and don't give me the "outwardly happy inwardly miserable" angle: for that, you'd need evidence.

      Dominic BoundsDominic Bounds6 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • Dominic Bounds To live is to suffer. To live with the catastrophically bad consequences of your actions is worse than death.

      Jamie MacRaeJamie MacRae6 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • So? Blowing up the Sept should have gotten her *killed* . The Faith of the Seven is the biggest religion in Westeros, with literally millions of followers throughout the Seven Kingdoms: blowing up their equivalent of the Vatican, murdering a respected religious leader and three members of the beloved Tyrell family should have sparked open rebellion. Cersei wouldn't have been able to get anywhere near the throne, as she doesn't have the troops or the right to hold it. She should have been unseated within a matter of days, either by rebels or by upstarts looking to seize power. Depriving us of another side character who Cersei barely mourns does not somehow equal "terrible price," not when she follows up by gloatingly torturing people. Also, how was Cersei responsible for Myrcella's death?

      Dominic BoundsDominic Bounds7 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Olly, read the books

    Omer SaturnOmer Saturn8 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • As someone that was a fan of the series, and that loved and re-read the books, I think it speaks volumes how the series has practically disappeared from the cultural zeitgeist now that the wave of disappointment with the ending has settled. It's almost as if the show, which dominated pop culture for nearly a decade, never happened when it comes to lasting impact. And let's be honest, GRRM is never finishing TWOW, let alone ADOS.

    Isla RoseIsla Rose9 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • Isla Rose That’s so sad but true. I would be so disappointed and upset if I was GRRM and the series he created that everyone talked about as a cultural phenomenon for television is now mostly remembered for its catastrophically terrible ending. Sigh.

      Vee B.Vee B.3 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I've never watched an episode of GoT but I've watched your videos about it more than once... I don't know what that says about me.

    ClockworkTrilobiteClockworkTrilobite9 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Dad throw ball now?

    SrA TalbotSrA Talbot9 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Like if you still support Stannis.

    Ning LeifengNing Leifeng9 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Imagine if the book was writen like the series.

    KarstarkKarstark9 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Am I the only one who was confused when she said dnd

    Eric KilchoerEric Kilchoer10 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • This makes me want to write

    James hallJames hall10 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • You know a video is gonna be good when she brings out the Funions. 🍸

    Paige ArnoldPaige Arnold11 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Things I learned from GoT: 1. Stories should not be adapted to TV until the author has finished writing all the books. 2. I will read the novels once GRRM gets them finished, and I confirm with my friends that the ending is worth it. 3. Now I'm really worried about the adaptation of "American Gods." 4. I'm no longer worried that I have no idea how my novel is going to end since I'm letting the characters tell me what happens.

    Philemon VanderbeckPhilemon Vanderbeck12 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Watch the show up to s5 then wait 30 years once they revive it after the books are written and fix the last seasons

    RazmatschannelRazmatschannel13 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • This is brilliant. Very cathartic.

    rhythmandblues alibirhythmandblues alibi13 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • 2:38 Sorry, did they just use a line from Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality?

    awesoeCAMIawesoeCAMI14 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • “But your grace, what about the geneva conventions” when I tell you I died-😂

    Overachiever03Overachiever0315 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • wow, Lindsay, that ended on a really positive note for being such a downer of a video

    Johnny Red RabbitJohnny Red Rabbit16 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I read the line Tyrion says "they remember the last time a Targaryen came to the north" reflecting more of the citizens who didn't agree with the king who knelt. The world book states that a lot of the north hated toren for kneeling instead of fighting or regrouping and they never really forgave him for it. I'm not defending D and D, I just don't think that line was a hiccup unlike everything else. That's just me at least

    Cameron FieldCameron Field16 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Peep that veggie grill bag in the back.

    Caroline AdamsCaroline Adams17 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I watched all of this, and _just now_ realized it was an hour long. :o I didn't even watch the show.

    talha devcitalha devci17 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Yes read the books!!

    Olivia WilliamsOlivia Williams18 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • The last time the Dragons came North was Good Queen Alysanne and King Jahearys, who paid for a new fort for the Night Watch

    Olivia WilliamsOlivia Williams18 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I have a theory about the writers thinking that 'empowered women are stone-cold, heartless badasses'. It's all bullshit based on gender roles and trying - and failing - to subvert them. I think the idea is based on incorporating aspects of the opposite gender into oneself to become a 'whole' person. Men, as far as society goes, are supposed to be all about power and influence and logic while disregarding their own emotions and failing to express them healthily, so a well-developed male character will eventually find a certain balance between their ambitions and their emotional needs. Likewise, women are supposed to be the opposite, more concerned with their emotional identity and well-being, and that of those they're close to, over having power and influence over the world, so a well-developed female character would find a way to find balance there, retaining their feelings and holding them important but also being able to put them aside when the time came to accomplish something on a grander scale. I think there's an instinctive pull towards, or knowledge of, this idea that a man who can show feminine traits while still being manly, or a woman who doesn't lose touch of her femininity but still draws steel when need be, is appealing, even inspiring. The problem arises when the writers sucked at portraying that properly in the latter half of the show. Male characters like Ned Stark and female characters like Sansa and Denaerys showcase this balance fairly well in the early seasons, but in the second half of the series the writers seem to lose sense of that entirely, which is what leads to Tyrion losing his tactical and political savvy and Sansa seeing her own rape in a positive light because it essentially showed her the value of completely deadening her emotions. The writers didn't know how to write that balance between masculine and feminine traits, so they end up making the characters flatter than they were in the early seasons, removing their complexity and making it seem like they just got dumber as the show went on. I'm sure there's also something to be said about toxic masculinity informing the way the female leaders use their power in the latter half of the series when you consider this theory, but I'm too lazy to write more, so if y'all like the theory, you can discuss it yourselves.

    vfaulkonvfaulkon19 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • There's another reason for Tyrion losing his tactical and political savvy: it's because doing so in a fashion reminiscent of the earlier seasons - or even the books - would require him to be cunning, deceitful, manipulative, and unscrupulous. And following season 2, Tyrion cannot be seen to do this, as he has become SAINT TYRION THE IMMACULATE, patron saint of well-meaning but totally useless assholes.

      Dominic BoundsDominic Bounds18 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • This and the previous vid make me so glad I'm a dipshit that can just stupidly enjoy TV and not see the errors. Like you're not wrong on any of the holes you identify but none of those things even crossed my mind while watching and I feel lucky for being stupid enough to enjoy the show without recognizing these things.

    Willy PatrickWilly Patrick19 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Remembering about Jon now just makes me laugh, such a funny plot for his character. They made him a depressed emo

    Nameless HeroNameless Hero20 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • You, my lady, are nothing short of breathtakingly impressive. I've been obsessing over your videos lately and the amount of knowledge and research packed into your breakdowns is astonishing and enough to warrant my reaction but then on top of that you have this flawless comedic execution. It's crazy you're not a bigger star already. Keep at it and sorry for this hard and shameless d*ckride on you but you god damn deserve it!

    Alexander SopovAlexander Sopov21 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • What a real women, you downed those spirits like they were nothing!

    JunoJuno22 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • why haven't you reviewed dragon prince season 3?

    Mr. All the thingsMr. All the things23 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Danaerys should have won the war against Cersei easily, and, like every self-righteous tyrant (e.g. Mao, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini), when the world's problems are not magically solved and the people are not unanimously grateful, she becomes increasingly punitive and cracks down harder and harder on dissent with the vain justification that she's a "liberator" and people love her and she's trying to "break the wheel", and therefore her crimes are more righteous. The issues should have cropped up when she wins the war, but the devastation causes starvation, rebellion, the north still wants to break away, etc. She imprisons and kills more and more dissenting populace with the justification that it's for the good of the "good" people (i.e. those who love her unconditionally), all while blissfully unaware that she has become the very thing she sought to destroy. Plus, because her entire identity is built around her being a "liberator", she will, on a personal level, necessarily require oppression in her realm for her to seek out and destroy. While the oppression might be obvious at first, eventually Danaerys will have to continually redefine what she sees as "oppression" in order to justify her role (and the role of her monarchy) as the "liberator", because without oppression (whether real or imagined) Danaerys has no purpose and no reason to exist anymore. The witch hunter always needs there to be another witch, or they become obsolete.

    HundredDaysMusicHundredDaysMusic23 วันที่ผ่านมา

    Oleh GultsOleh Gults26 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I wish the cast of GOT would see this, especially Emilia Clarke, so the can see how royally f$&@ed over their characters’ endings were. And so they didn’t have to defend what Dumb and Dumber did to this show.

    Nisa BNisa B28 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Going to tell my kids this is the final episode

    Anna GrigoryanAnna Grigoryan28 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • Bronn should have gotten the Twins. The Freys are all dead, and you could argue that Tyrion keeps his word about always paying double: if Cersei gave Bronn a castle, Tyrion should give him two castles opposite each other. Also, the ruling house of the Twins flying a green burning chain across a river as their banner would be pretty cool to see.

    Dark Sun GwyndolinDark Sun Gwyndolin29 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • Yes, but the chain wasn't used in the show...

      Dominic BoundsDominic Bounds28 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • The real winners of GoT are the actors, set/prop/costume designers, effects, cinematography, stunts, and soundtrack. I will praise everything except later season writing because everyone else clearly gave it their all with what they were given.

    Mythlover BMythlover B29 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • I have the seasons 1-4 on BR. I will sell them and buy beer for it. I will go for the books because George is alright.

    Guido Meyer de VoltaireGuido Meyer de Voltaireหลายเดือนก่อน
    • I think at this point, he will never finish them

      TOOXTOOX29 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • The show after the fifth season feel into the trap of "destiny" characters. Millions of fans tearing each other appart because "she's the rightfull queeeeen" "noooo HE's the rightfull Kiiiiiiing", or "nooo it's Stannis who has the better claiiiiiim" completely undermines the premise of the story : the game of thrones; meaning it does not matter who you are (provided you are a noble), power does not BELONG to you by divine right, you have to play the game to get it. Succession of power from father to son is just a way to guaranty power stays in the family. How can there be a rightfull ruler when there's invasions and rebelions? Is the targaryen's invasion of westeros rightfull? Or maybe the rightfull rulers are the first to inhabit the land? "Destiny" characters belong to a genre of story that GOT is fundamentaly not ; GOT is more about powerful families tearing each other appart rather than the return of a prophetic rightfull prince. The "prince that was promised" substory is here in my opinion to underline how unrealistic and shady prophetic characters are, and GOT, with its bases in medieval europe history, is nothing if not realistic. So the focus on the reaction of Jon learning what his name "actually is", instead of what the secret did to the families of westeros (robert's rebelion) is very telling. They tried to tell you what his "real name" aka "real status" is, instead of showing you the trauma of having his identity questionned and shifted after years of thinking himself a bastard. Which is way more interesting than "hey now, apparently I'm the rightfull king" in my opinion. Anyway, "destiny" is shite in stories, because it tries to pack up characters into neat little fixed packages, instead of focusing on their growth or actual peopleness.

  • I wonder if there's some sort of subliminal confederate lost cause subplot there somewhere. The liberator of slaves really being a tyrant and opposed by someone in favor of states' rights.

    Petitio PrincipiiPetitio Principiiหลายเดือนก่อน
  • "The TV set," circa 2006, is a good movie with David Duchovni, about a writer having a dramatic series planned for TV gradually transformed in some bastardized cliché comedy. GOT is almost like as if the movie was based on a true story of the future, just switching the dramatic-contemporary-turned-into-cheap-comedy thing for fantasy-politicsy-nerdy-drama-turned-into-plain-epic-hollywoodian-action. A more complete movie-turn-real phenomeon would only have at some point some hero in GOT saying something analog to "yippee-kai-yay, motherfucker," before doing something bad-ass.

    Petitio PrincipiiPetitio Principiiหลายเดือนก่อน
  • The eunuch's philosophy is not just that "the best ruler is the one who doesn't want to rule," which is actually likely preferable over someone who actually likes to rule, it's sort of an anti-dictatorial propensity, but also that the one he's favoring happens to not be "mad or cruel." Also good traits to lack for a ruler in my book. But counter him perhaps there wasn't much to support madness and cruelty of Emilia Clarke up to somewhat around that time (I don't recall if that was before or after the genocide, if that's after the genocide, then he's covered), who, before that, was pretty much the opposite of whatever they turned her into, to subvert the audience's expectation of character consistency.

    Petitio PrincipiiPetitio Principiiหลายเดือนก่อน
  • Gosh, jealousy on being pretty? Why not say she has "feminine intuition"? At least use a "good" stereotype, still in line with the "she's getting smarter and smarter" development, rather than "in the end, she's just a stupid jealous girl. Maybe he had the hots for her adoptive brother as her hormones would tell her he isn't really her brother, and at this point, she can't barely withhold it anymore. Slut being a cunt."

    Petitio PrincipiiPetitio Principiiหลายเดือนก่อน
  • I find weird that the character development apparently supposedly has to follow some ideal of female empowerment, rather than being just an individual, not constrained by educational themes. The real problem was just character consistency.

    Petitio PrincipiiPetitio Principiiหลายเดือนก่อน
  • I love this bitch. She's so real.

  • hot topic pirate lol

    Wrathmore son of Wrathgar ThunderaxeWrathmore son of Wrathgar Thunderaxeหลายเดือนก่อน
  • Critique of Power and how it is portrayed along with female figures starts out NOT mentioning Jane Jacobs as real life critic who stood in opposition to Robert Moses... (urban rhubarb catawampus) was it just cooler to make it a Robert-Versus-Robert plot? As for Sansa... that is some cayenne lemonade she made.😵

    david woodwarddavid woodwardหลายเดือนก่อน
  • 10:45 Liberation theology is an actual, real life thing D&D, you idiots. *I* believe in liberation theology. It's the interpetation of Christianity as the religion of the oppressed. |=

    Fire TarrasqueFire Tarrasqueหลายเดือนก่อน
  • Remember how fascism is all about the exaltation of the in group and the hatred of the out group? Remember how Daenarys... Didn't do that.

    Fire TarrasqueFire Tarrasqueหลายเดือนก่อน
    • @Fire Tarrasque True, so could I, but only up to a certain point.

      Octavian PopescuOctavian Popescu24 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • @Octavian Popescu It's fantasy, I can suspend my disbelief.

      Fire TarrasqueFire Tarrasque24 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • D&D think Fascism is scary, but cool costumes and colour combinations, as well as speeches and people sitting in neat rows. But what is Fascism doing in a medieval-like period? I hate it when modern imagery is used in such contexts.

      Octavian PopescuOctavian Popescu24 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • This is by far the definitive break down of the nonsense that ended as Game of Groans. Lindsay you have an incredible eye for detail, and on so many levels. It's my weakness and not yours that I'm only seeing these two videos now. It's taken me this long to be able to face what really happened in what should have finished as one of the greatest shows off all time. You've covered it all with not just the common sense that Tyrion ran out of. Your pinpoint accuracy on understanding writing, for the better and worst, made the length of the two videos time will spent. You've given me the funeral I needed for G.O.T. It may now rest in peace, and may they not create any spin offs, because I'll not trust them. Thank you for your work, wit and wisdom ❤️

    Steven MacdonaldSteven Macdonaldหลายเดือนก่อน
  • The funny thing is ... They killed Daenerys to let Jon and Tyrion remain sympathetic... ...and they ended up being not BECAUSE of that bs.

    Isabelle PohleIsabelle Pohleหลายเดือนก่อน
  • "I just don't trust her for some undefined reason" is whistleblower for "I just don't trust her because she's a woman". And no, Varys, the best person for the job is _not_ someone who doesn't want the job. Have you ever seen someone work who hates their job? There's a reason companies don't, as a matter of policy, make their offices smell like rancid fart and make everything have a slightly sticky texture.

    Totally NamelessTotally Namelessหลายเดือนก่อน
    • @Octavian Popescu Oh shit, that's a painful callback to reality. Ow.

      Totally NamelessTotally Nameless24 วันที่ผ่านมา
    • Hahaha! I kept telling people exactly this, people need to want to do the job in order to be good at it. Or how trials (Tyrion's) are not job interviews and being made the second most poweful person isn't an appropriate punishment for treason.

      Octavian PopescuOctavian Popescu24 วันที่ผ่านมา
  • The "it's all about stories, and who has the best story?" also rings incredibly hollow, because GoT (and ASoIaF) won acclaim right from the beginning exactly because IT REGULARLY SUBVERTS WHAT WAS EXPECTED OF A FANTASY STORY. It's actually all about how neat stories don't play out when they involve real (or "realistic") people. That is GRR Martin's thesis, and so Tyrion's speech contradicts the entire basis of the show.

  • Maybe it's the misogyny

    Marcela Marques AmadorMarcela Marques Amadorหลายเดือนก่อน
  • Watching this way later just allows me a moment to appreciate how frayed Lindsay's sanity must have been by this point, those eyes have real suffering in them

    Nior GaloreNior Galoreหลายเดือนก่อน
  • In defence of Sansa's suspicion of Daenerys, that may haver been random, like you say but it's a scientific fact that a lot of humans get naturally "uneasy" around people with personality disorders, it's an old animal instinct we used to have to defend ourselves from predators.

    Liam QuaneLiam Quaneหลายเดือนก่อน
    • Is this a learned habit? Because she wasn't sensing anything around Joffrey, Cersei or Littlefinger in season 1, and she certainly wasn't sensing anything from Arya in season 7.

      Dominic BoundsDominic Boundsหลายเดือนก่อน
  • At the end of the day, you have to love something a lot, to be this sad about it... So true, and thats what hurts

    Snorre KristiansenSnorre Kristiansenหลายเดือนก่อน
  • A pair of centrist dudes seeing the charcoal grey characterization of Tyrion as the most relatable really says a lot about modern liberalism

    Rhyannon AshfordRhyannon Ashfordหลายเดือนก่อน
The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes