Ramsey the psychopath? That was the other spoiler I read last night
Originally Posted by canio6
Yeah, I actually prefer her in the book. Probably because I'm biased against the actress who plays her: I hate everything about her.
The wall is honorable. It is just not treated as such because the rest of the seven kingdoms has forgotten the real menace in the world. How Ned handled the whole situation in King's Landing was honorable. Stupid as sh*t but honorable. I'm not saying honorable is good or smart, but it is what it is.
Fair enough. I'm looking at it from a Southerner perspective, but I guess in this case Ned was right. Still though. Poor Jon Snow the bastard...
Originally Posted by not on the rug
That's the one storyline I think is really badly done in the series. It's difficult to transpose that onto screen because lot of Bran's character happens in his head. Last night was the first time I was actually interested in what was going on with them, but it was mostly because Rickon suddenly developed into a character. (I LOVE Rickon in the books btw! Who calls a wolf Shaggydog? If the dogs are like their masters, then maybe he [who has the wolf that savages people] will end up being the Stark who saves the day.)
I because super curious about bran and where his character goes. and rickon and osha as well. i'm curious as to what lies ahead for all of them
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