Half the shows we have now would not exist had it not been for Deadwood- and that includes Game of Thrones.
The elements of this episode were so good, that we almost overlooked the inconsistencies in the script.
Jaime makes a fan fiction move on Brienne, even though their relationship climaxed, PUN INTENDED, two episodes before this one.
Let’s not talk about silent Varys’ comfortable, well-lit hidey hole. Let’s not even go there.
Us watching Arya and Gendry is what J.K. Rowling must have felt like when Neville Longbottom showed up shirtless on Twitter.
Sansa > Daenerys
Get ready for the Season 8 premiere with a light recap and some predictions! (Just so you know: No one here cares about Euron Greyjoy.)
Relive our favorite (and least favorite) moments of the show! (Hint: if you don’t like Tywin Lannister, you should leave.)
Literally everything was explained in a previous scene and none of this “Who Dun It: Winterfell Edition” was needed.
Jon and Company make their way up even more North to get MacGuffin Wight and Tormund remains the life of the party when he learns the word “dick.”