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Episode 2 & # 39; Let's all sit by the fire before we die

Good, because we all know what happens next: PAIN, and a lot of it.Winterfell is preparing for battle. For the common people, it means lots of training and fights and weapons production and giant stick cutting, but for the main characters it usually means crushing yeast milk and chopping hay bales.Hey, everyone is pretty sure they will die anyway.Everyone except Daenerys, that is. What would explain her continued attention to reigning the seven kingdoms when there is a whole army dead at her door? She is not dense, and she has seen the threat of the dead army for the first time, so there is no explanation other than to assume that she is only very sure that Night King will be an easy profit. Although Jon (finally!) Confesses the truth &#821 1; that he is her brother's son and a legitimate Targary – her first thought is not "Wow, I have relations with my nephew", that is that Jon is now her royal contest. Sure, the incest bar on this show is pretty low, but it's still predominant, do you know? After a tense little parley, Jamie is welcomed at Winterfell, giving him plenty of time to catch up with Brienne, Tyrion and The Artist, formerly known as Bran. Bran is polite to tell everyone that Jaime has definitely tried to kill him all these years. He explains that Jamie is now useful in the war to come and that, no crime, it is quite bold by the newly…

Good, because we all know what happens next: PAIN, and a lot of it.

Winterfell is preparing for battle. For the common people, it means lots of training and fights and weapons production and giant stick cutting, but for the main characters it usually means crushing yeast milk and chopping hay bales.

Hey, everyone is pretty sure they will die anyway.

Everyone except Daenerys, that is. What would explain her continued attention to reigning the seven kingdoms when there is a whole army dead at her door? She is not dense, and she has seen the threat of the dead army for the first time, so there is no explanation other than to assume that she is only very sure that Night King will be an easy profit.

Although Jon (finally!) Confesses the truth &#821

1; that he is her brother’s son and a legitimate Targary – her first thought is not “Wow, I have relations with my nephew”, that is that Jon is now her royal contest.

Sure, the incest bar on this show is pretty low, but it’s still predominant, do you know?

After a tense little parley, Jamie is welcomed at Winterfell, giving him plenty of time to catch up with Brienne, Tyrion and The Artist, formerly known as Bran. Bran is polite to tell everyone that Jaime has definitely tried to kill him all these years. He explains that Jamie is now useful in the war to come and that, no crime, it is quite bold by the newly redeemed knight to assume he will survive. For all its power, Bran’s social skills scream definitely “Guy Who Was Educated Inside a Tree.”

Talking about excitement, Daenerys is still in conflict with Sansa, who is still just trying to figure out how to feed everyone and get a general idea of ​​how the North will look when everything is said and done. Sensible – or should we say, SANSABLE.

It says that Dany has a pretty good view of how her Iron Throne Rule will look, but has not given much thought to the future of her nephew Boo’s homeland. And just like that, their growing sisterhood is quickly stopped.

Dany is also in conflict with Tyrion, who either realized that Cersei would never send his army north and lied about it to protect her, or did not realize she would not send her army and is just not that smart anymore. While Good Guy Jorah is trying to defend Tyrion and his sometimes cunning, the split between Dany and Tyrion style is quite palpable.

It’s typically ironic, because Tyrion is basically the only other character of the week, in the tense protocol before the war, to show some glimmer of hope of survival. After all, you can’t die of 80 with a stomach full of wine and a [redacted’s] [redacted] around your [redacted] if a White Walker gets you first.

This is how the episode ends, with Tyrion staring out between the Winterfell merlones and on the other side of the black night, the frozen members of an older KISS coverband are staring back.

Burning questions

If Bran knows everything that happened and will happen, and is the only person who can explain briefly what Night King wants, why spend most of his time waiting for farms and staring on trees? We need INTEL, Bran, not Gothic monologues about the retention of memory!

Will Ghost do anything soon or just waste the CGI budget there to remind people he still exists?

Will any of the protagonists actually sit out in the fight? It would be a bold move, but Gendry DID looks pretty asleep and Davos gets pretty old …

Where’s Dothraki? Are they okay? This weather may not be good for them. Did Davos at least get them some soup?

Melisandre, what happens? We have some burning issues for you specifically. No, not questions about burning. But you would be very helpful right now.

Best Line

Tyrion to Jaime: “She never tricked you. You always knew exactly who she was and you loved her anyway.”

Tyrion may be rusty in the common sense department, but he always has his loyal brother and treacherous sister’s relationship stuck perfectly. Oh sweet Jaime, the things you have done for love.

Worst line

Sam to Jorah: “I hope we win.”

Best scene

Jaime: “Brienne, I’ll ride you and give you the dream you’ve always kept in your heart, but never felt you could speak loudly. Let your tears fall below this truly pure and deeply emotional moment, when I show you, in words and deeds, that you are worthy of honor and respect and that I would love to die of you as a smooth and a friend. “

Tormund:” I was broken of a shine. “

Ship watch

Tormund and Brienne and Jaime

Yes, we know that you love the big lady, Tormund. VETENSINNE knows you love the big lady. But if you want to win the big lady you have to give the big lady what she wants: Knighthood and some personal space!

Missandei and Gray Worm

Two of the most sensible characters on the show discuss one of the most sensible action plans: Get this frozen death hole as soon as possible and go to the beach. Here we hope for hope that they will hunt butterflies together at Naath 🙁

Arya and Gendry

HOO BOY This ship turned into a ship and we were not ready. she lay naked next to her forged friend was an interesting one, but. Could it have anything else to play here?

Death Count

None … Really? None? [checks notes] This Can’t be good.

Stray observations

Okay, Cersei is still pregnant, to the best of her brother’s terrible knowledge.

Sam joins Bran in his pattern of the vulnerability of human memory Not only was he sowing about his dead family, it also supports a popular fan theory that Sam will survive this mess and be the one who puts the whole story parchment at the citadel.

Sam Giving Ser Jorah His Dead Dad’s Valyrian Steel Sword is a fi n touch As soon as Sam stole it from his father, you knew it would be important. Well, we hope it will be important.

Podrick has a nice voice and long hair now? Who made this happen?

Theon fans, you have your moment. His redemption bow is ready, and he has full approval from Sansas. Related: Getting Kansas approval has somehow become a true test of merit on this show, and you can’t argue with the results.

When she talks about Sansa, she wears the Littlefinger necklace again. In fact, her entire getup was very … Littlefingery. We’re not saying she’s going to get the mantle of chaotic scheming. She has always learned from those who betrayed her so that it is not only part of her “I know BS when I see it”] The crypt will be wight city

“The women and children come to the crypt! They will be safe there! “

Author: “They will definitely not be safe there.”

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