Originally Posted by Ph8te
I thought this was a great "bridge" episode...
Right off the bat we get an exciting sword fight and see the Hound fight through his fear of fire to win the battle....
I didn't doubt the outcome.
We also get to see more magic in teh form of "raising the dead"
That surprised me.
its interesting the comment he makes saying each time he comes back there is another littel piece of him missing....
I have said the same thing after each of my divorces.
We see Robb acting as a King and making a possible fatal mistake, however he was in an unwinnable scenario, if he didnt exectue him, he would be looked at as weak, if he did execute him, he would loose his men.....
It occured to me, inspite of Rob's prowess on the battlefield, he is a terrible politician.
But to be fair, most Warrior Kings were (think Robert Baratheon here)....
If Tywin didnt seal his death papers before, I think he for sure did it tonight...
He has pushed Tyroin and Cersei into a corner.
I can see a plot-ah-brewing
Unfortunately for these 2 siblings, at this
moment, no one else can lead the Lannister Armies.
However, if Jamie returns to the fold....
Little finger as always is trying to play his hand and may come out on top with Sansa after it is all said and done, regardless if she wants to or not (since the other sie would be marrying Tyrion if Tywin has his way)...
Her Momma would see thru this in an instant and would do her damnest to convince Rob to take his head.
Last but not least Jon, a very small glimpse into what he is going through
I have no idea where the Jon Snow character is going.
I just can't see him as some kind of future great leader/fighter.
He doesn't come off as someone with a lot of charisma.
I know there will probably be a few people who thought this epiosde was too slow.
I NEVER, EVER
find GoT "too slow," far from it.