To say I am angry about the final role of my hero, Ser Brienne of Tarth, is an understatement. Perhaps even the understatement of the century. Now, before I begin my verbal evisceration of this real tragedy, I want to make it very clear that the only thing that I
“The things we do for love.” Bran Stark echoed back a variation of Jaime Lannister’s own words to him in 8×02. Jaime’s arc in both Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire has always been about the things he’s willing to do for the people he loves.
CAUTION: THIS POST CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR EPISODE 8X02 OF GAME OF THRONES. People tend think I’m bananas when I go on and on about how wonderful Brienne of Tarth is. I just can’t help it. I stan Brienne so much. Don’t even get me started on how much I ship
I need a moment – do you need a moment? Maybe a moment is not enough, maybe I need like twenty five. Perhaps you do too. But we (or I) have to get this review done nonetheless. Somehow. Arya and Sansa reunited, at last. Bran is also home. We’ve gotten
Tonight’s Game of Thrones’ synopsis is as vague as ever but we will finally get some answers as to what’s the deal with Arya and her almost death last week. Especially since this episode is entitled ‘No One’ will we get to see the death of No One and Arya
It looks as if King’s Landing is set for war in Blood of My Blood as Jaime and Cersei take up arms against the Sparrows. We will also get to meet Sam’s family as he and Gilly make the awkward trip back home. Let’s get ready for ‘Blood of My