Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Game of Thrones S7 E7 Season Finale Review

Season 7 Episode 3


There is so much to talk about, but I’ll just talk about a few of the characters and what impacted me most.

Let’s start with Cersei. I don’t know what I truly feel for her, I of course still hate her, but I don’t know what is going inside of her head. Her world seems like it’s crumbling down around her, but is it?
Unlike Daenerys, she doesn’t care about anyone else but herself. She might have a soft (very soft) spot for her brothers, especially Jaime, but she will kill anyone in her way. That’s how she will lose, not only the crown, but her only supporters. Except the Mountain of course.

I think Jaime is realising this fight for the throne is nothing compared to what is coming from the north. Like a true knight, he wants to fight for his people. And this is where I think Cersei is starting to hate him because he wants to fight the same fight their brother Tyrion is fighting.

I was worried for a bit with Tyrion. Is he truly with Daenerys?... After his conversation with Cersei, I think he is. He knows that she will be better on the throne than his sister.
I was worried for a second that he won’t make it out of the meeting alive, it is Game of Thrones of course.
We also finally get to see these two acting together. We definitely need more scenes with them together, even if it’s Tyrion killing Cersei… Even though, I still believe Jaime will do it.

Let’s talk briefly about the white walker coming out that box. If the Hound did not pull on that chain, Cersei might’ve been dead… Just think about that for a second.

I feel terrible for Theon, and I never thought I’ll say that. He has been through so much shit. I get that Jon isn’t over it yet, but Theon needed that to do what is right, and that’s to rescue his sister. He needs to prove to himself mostly, that he isn’t the weakling everyone keeps saying he is.
That fight scene he had was great, showing that he can use his weakness to his advantage.

For a second there I was worried, but when Sansa mentioned Baelish Creepy-Pants name I jumped out of my seat for joy.
I thought Sansa was up to something, but she played the game perfectly. She is on the side of her family.
“When the snows fall and the wind blows, the lone world dies, but the pack survives”.

Bran is still mysterious, I still don’t understand what he is up to. Only because he knows A LOT of things, but he only says certain stuff. Everything he does and says is for a reason. So, it’s like we are basically constantly analysing him.
He needs to play a much bigger role in the final season.


I’m on the fence with these two.
On one hand, I like how they are romantically involved. It’s poetic in a way, with her brother and his mother, it’s like their romance will live through them.
And, people saying incest, it was very common for cousins, uncles and the like to marry each other (in the real world), and especially in Game of Thrones, it was very common for Targaryen’s to marry relations to keep the “blood pure”. Also, THEY DON’T KNOW THEY ARE RELATED!!!!
Now, on the other hand, it felt forced their blossoming romance. I needed to see more romance between the two, I thought they just respected each other…

The last scene with the night army and Viserion. That night king can ride the dragon better than Daenerys…
Great, now we have to wait for next season to see what is going to happen, and if Tormund survived that…HE BETTER HAVE!!

I’ve heard we might wait till 2019 for season 8.

I hope we don’t have to, it’s the final season and I just finally want to know what is going to happen and who is going to die. But I also don’t want this to end, so also hurry up with the books George R.R. Martin.

Overall, I rate this episode:

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