Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2: Stormborn

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This weeks episode was a doozy, there are tons of moving pieces here and things are already starting to move fast. Danny lays out her plans with a female council, Harry meets up with Hot Pie, Theon and Yara have a bad time, and Jon Snow leaves the north after ruling for exactly one day.

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6 comments

  1. Sansa has returned to being one of the most annoying characters on the show. Do you disagree? She did exactly what she agreed not to do in the previous show. She has no deep underlying strategy. She is just the same impulsive and selfish little girl she once was. She has gone through a lot, admittedly. However, this is not a good character arc if she is somehow going to get played by Baelish in the end. It would mean she is easily manipulated/impressed by obviously bad people (Joffrey then, Baelish now). It’s really a shame.

  2. Regarding Missandei and Gray Worm, I think it was important for the show to follow up on since D&DB put it in our face in the other seasons. If nothing ever happened, then it would be a huge loose plot end. There are people (even ~gasp~ book readers) who enjoy a relationship that doesn’t contain someone using the other for personal gain.

  3. In the battle between Euron and Yara/Theon, we never see Yara’s body, but the body hanging off the ship at the end is the last Sand Snake, and you can see Ellaria has been speared to the ship above her, so they’re def ded

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