Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 6 Reaction/Review
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Have you guys been skipping the theme song? It's different every time in that it only shows the places/castles that are relevant to that episode, so it really helps with geography. Plus it's badass so I don't know why you would skip it lol.
Everything started falling apart for Robb before Jaime Lannister. Things started going to shit when he didn't heed his mother's advice, and he sent Theon home to make a deal with his family. Once he lost Winterfell, whatever semblance of power he had began to destabilize, and his troops started dividing into factions. His marriage to Talisa and his mother releasing Jaime were just the final KO blows.
Please stop priming the summer children by asking them what they think is going to happen with Robb & Walder Frey. You're hinting at spoilers, you're pre-spoiling. Not cool. Don't hype. Don't prime. Just let them enjoy the ride.
i’m the only person in the world who doesn’t care for jon and ygrittes relationship. it’s so romeo and juliet, BLECH! and nobody ever brings up the stockholm syndrome and forced sex (lowkey rape but i won’t take it that far) that their relationship is built upon. also because the actors got married IRL fans tend to overrate their chemistry. even when i see their interviews together their chemistry is basic to me. plus”you know nothing jon snow” is the most overrated and annoying quote in literature history
I think the fanfic term "Dubious Consent" covers it. Especially on screen with no access to Jon's internal POV.
Switch genders and most people will agree: A female spy, pressured to have sex with her captor in order to prove her loyalty? Who promises to kill her in painful ways if she betrays him? (Or imagine both characters as males; again the power dynamic pops out. ) Even if there's also genuine attraction there, the initial circumstances are... problematic. Sadly we're still slow to "see" consent issues against males, especially by women.
BTW all of this doesn't necessarily preclude later romance, to me. Relationships are hella messy and power issues are basically always present. Given the setting and general tone of GoTs world, even more so.
Robcity is such a romantic. I love Robcity's predictions. RC is right Olena is a beast. Mellisadre (the red bitch) is from the mystical, mysterious city of Ashai in the far east of the continent of Essos. Thoros of Myr (the priest who brings his best friend back from death) is from Myr. Myr is one of the free cities in the east.
Cool reactions. Just a remember of Robert's promise to Ned in very first episode of Game of Thrones - "I have a son, you have a daughter, let's join our houses", when you talk about Arya and Gendry ;). Anyway, Arya was 12 and Gendry 16 at the time of this season 3 episode. Arya is just two years younger than Sansa, she 'just doesn't grow' as she explained to Tywin.
Robb pleaded with his uncle. He added that " You are paying for my sins" and he thanked him. I think maybe you guys should turn on the subtitles because maybe you're missing some of the conversations when some comments are said during a scene.
Say Robb took the advice and kept Lord Karstark as a prisoner instead of taking his head. What would prevent Karstark men from rebelling against Robb, and then rescue Karstark and leave anyway? Karstark forced Robb into a bad situation with killing those children. Period. There should have been better guards watching Jaime.
Sansa has had several chances to escape but stayed. She doesn't bother to know what's going on, for herself. She relies on others to tell her what she is going to do.
Melisandra was seeing a vision of Arya's future when she looked into her eyes. That part, she wasn't bullshitting about. Melisandra speaks high Valyrian, but she isn't from there. That place burned down a long time ago. That's the ancestral home of Dany's people. Maybe you guys can watch the animated lore on that. Will there be extra video reactions, after certain seasons are watched, on special made videos for this show? Maybe your moderator can put together a list of which to watch at which point in time to the series, so as not to give spoilers.
The Brotherhood without Banners didn't give Gentry away thinking that harm would come to him. Melisandra is a priestess of the Lord of Light, like Thoros is a priest. He is a good person, so he must have figured so is she.
However, did you see the shock on her face when she realized that Baeric was brought back 6 times? She thought that was impossible. So, now the question is, do you think Melisandra is all she claims to be regarding being a servant to the Lord of Light, or is she a fake? What do you guys think?
I think littlefinger's speech playing over Jon climbing the wall, also means he has risen to bigger heights because of the natural chaos happening around him.
He went to Castle Black to be a ranger, like his uncle Benjen. Commander Thorne didn't like Jon because he is the bastard son of Ned, who sent Thorne to the wall after he lost in Robert's Rebellion. Ned didn't kill him, just sent him there. He took it out on Jon, making sure he became a steward instead of a ranger. Jeor Mormont made Jon his personal steward to groom him. Upgrade.
Jon saved Jeor after a wight tried to kill him. Jeor gave him his house Valyrian sword because Jon won favor with him. Upgrade. Jon was supposed to cut Ygritte's head off, but couldn't, and got caught, which led her giving information about the others and may have been the reason the other crows got caught. Jon's leader(forgot his name) told Jon to kill him so Jon could get in with the wildlings and win them over. More chaos created and Jon killed him. The wildlings took him to Mance Rader and Jon got his favor. Upgrade.
Jon got chosen to go back to the other side of the wall. He got over the wall after almost being killed and gained a loyal girlfriend...upgrade.
Little finger tries to create the chaos and thinks he can control it. So far, he's playing a good game of chess. Varys lost a valuable chess piece, but he isn't done playing the game, though. There is so much more yet to be played.
Qhorin Halfhand was the one who told Jon to kill him to win the trust of the Wildlings.
Everything you mentioned is well said. It's too bad it's "TL/dr:" for many to take. I run into this astounding "I'd rather be ignorant than take the time to read and learn if it's not succinct enough to satisfy my level of interest in this subject" attitude that seems so prevalent among those who are against long posts. In my world people know to listen when I say something because they will learn, plus it costs them money since I do it for a living, so the "I didn't read your essay" remarks come as a mild shock every now and then. It seems people would rather wave off any truth or information that conflicts with their world view, regardless of how important it is.
Anyway, the point is, these are great points and I appreciate them.
"This was the season when Ygritte and Jon Snow became romantically involved. Years later, Harington would admit that he fell in love with Leslie during the months they spent filming in Iceland."
"When asked by Vogue Italia what his favorite memory of filming "Game of Thrones" was, Harington recalled the time spent in Iceland for season three.
"Because the country is beautiful, because the Northern Lights are magical, and because it was there that I fell in love," he said. "If you're already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it's becomes very easy to fall in love.""
Lol at Patric 14:20 looking at 'us' to give him validation that he is right about Rose & Kit (Ygritte & Jon Snow) being a couple in real life... and not only that, but husband and wife now (Kit talks about falling in love with her there in Iceland where they filmed a lot of this bit).
So in short... Yes Patric, you right ;)
“Chaos isn’t a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail, and never get to try again. The fall breaks them. And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the realm, or the gods, or love – illusions. Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is” – Lord Baelish
Rarely have i seen a quote that so correctly defines a character and what that character is about. That is hands down my favorite quote from the show.
Tbf Rob Stark did say something along the lines of "you're paying for my sins and it's not fair" with the arranged marriage situation. A little harsh to say he showed no empathy, although it's still pretty fucked up.
“If we only understood the significance of the 3, 6 and 9 we would understand the universe” ~ Nikola Tesla 😃 you on to something. Rob didn’t force the Tully’s they are obliged by marriage and blood, not helping would have been big dishonour for the Tully’s.
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