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28th May '16 8:18:03 AM MrThorfan64
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* The whole Kingsmoot feels rather ridiculous, as the Ironborn easily get swayed each side after each speech. Then there is the fact that none of them noticed Yara and Theon stealing the entire Iron Fleet.
** The fact that Euron openly admits to murdering his brother and then delivers the line "Where are my niece and nephew? Let's go murder them!" Isn't kinslaying meant to be a taboo in Westeros?
25th May '16 11:12:37 AM TheNerevarine
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25th May '16 2:02:02 AM NightShade96
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*** Indeed, before the DVD came out it was the most anticipated of the four deleted scenes included. After the DVD came out, everyone agreed that it was the worst of the four--if not the whole series--and it was a good decision to leave it out. Most people point out to the absurdity of the monologue, that Doreah's motives to betray Dany are even ''less'' evident after watching this scene, and Roxanne [=McKee=]'s poor acting through it.

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*** Indeed, before the DVD came out it was the most anticipated of the four deleted scenes included. After the DVD came out, everyone agreed that it was the worst of the four--if four -- if not the whole series--and series -- and it was a good decision to leave it out. Most people point out to the absurdity of the monologue, that Doreah's motives to betray Dany are even ''less'' evident after watching this scene, and Roxanne [=McKee=]'s poor acting through it.



* Also from Season 1, King Robert's reaction to news of Daenerys' pregnancy during his discussion with Ned Stark is "The [[LargeHam WHOOOOOAAAAARRRRR]] is pregnant!"

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* Also from Season 1, King Robert's reaction to news of Daenerys' pregnancy during his discussion with Ned Stark is "The [[LargeHam WHOOOOOAAAAARRRRR]] is pregnant!"



* Also in "Walk of Punishment," specifically the end when [[spoiler: Jamie]] gets his hand sliced off. He screams in terror and it abruptly cuts to the credits, an upbeat and completely out of place [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgiTB2NFvAM rock song]], and the raucous laughter of you and everyone else watching.

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* Also in "Walk of Punishment," specifically the end when [[spoiler: Jamie]] gets his hand sliced off. He screams in terror and it abruptly cuts to the credits, with an upbeat and completely out of place [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgiTB2NFvAM rock song]], and to the raucous laughter of you and everyone else watching.



* Ok, the reveal of the [[spoiler:Night King and his method of creating new White Walkers]] was indeed pants-shittingly scary. This however was slightly tarnished by how the baby reacted to the most terrifying monster in the entire ''Game Of Thrones'' mythos by grinning and giggling for a few moments.

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* Ok, OK, the reveal of the [[spoiler:Night King and his method of creating new White Walkers]] was indeed pants-shittingly scary. This however was slightly tarnished by how the baby reacted to the most terrifying monster in the entire ''Game Of Thrones'' mythos by grinning and giggling for a few moments.



* In the last episode, Qyburn talking about how he will heal the Mountain and him beginning work on them comes across as more like something out of a Frankenstein movie.

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* In the last episode, Qyburn talking about how he will heal the Mountain and him beginning the work on them him comes across as more like something out of a Frankenstein movie.



* The deafening silence after Daenarys [[spoiler: orders Mossador's execution]] is fairly creepy, yes, but all the slaves hissing at her kind of destroys the moment. Then the riot Daenarys causes takes it back to NightmareFuel levels.

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* The deafening silence after Daenarys Daenerys [[spoiler: orders Mossador's execution]] is fairly creepy, yes, but all the slaves hissing at her kind of destroys the moment. Then the riot Daenarys Daenerys causes takes it back to NightmareFuel levels.



* Despite the best job the special effects can do, [[spoiler:Daenerys actually riding a flying dragon nonetheless becomes this]]. The books were LowFantasy as it is but the show's even less focus on magic, makes this classic turn to HighFantasy look really weird.
* When the Sons of the Harpy reveal themselves at the fighting pits, there is an unholy and completely ridiculous piece of chanting music that plays. As if we needed even more indication that these MalevolentMaskedMen are evil. It also brings to mind the sacrifice song from South Park, making it even more unintentionally hilarious. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv5NI54QlvI----
** Not to mention how ridiculously ''suddenly'' they appear all around the stadium. It is hard to imagine dozens of people simultaneously beginning to put on those huge masks, and neither the other spectators nor the guards notice anything and raise alarm until one of the rebels runs up to the queen and tries to kill her.

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* Despite the best job the special effects can do, [[spoiler:Daenerys actually riding a flying dragon nonetheless becomes this]]. The books were LowFantasy as it is but the show's even less focus focused on magic, makes making this classic turn to HighFantasy look really weird.
* When the Sons of the Harpy reveal themselves at the fighting pits, there is an unholy and completely ridiculous piece of chanting music that plays. As plays, as if we needed even more indication that these MalevolentMaskedMen are evil. It also brings to mind the sacrifice song from South Park, making it even more unintentionally hilarious. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv5NI54QlvI----
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** Not to mention how ridiculously ''suddenly'' they appear all around the stadium. It is It's hard to imagine dozens of people simultaneously beginning to put on those huge masks, and neither the other spectators nor the guards notice anything and raise alarm until one of the rebels runs up to the queen and tries to kill her.



* The season 5 finale on the wall is regarded to be very silly for the sheer number of DashedPlotLine and {{Cliffhanger}} piled one after the other, to a point that momentous events ([[spoiler:such as Stannis' defeat, Sansa's escape, Myrcella's poisoning, Jon's stabbing]]) register with DullSurprise by the end.



* Some people find the purple make-up for "Ser Robert Strong's" face a bit over-the-top.
* In "The Gift", the prison scene between the Sand Snakes and Bronn looked like Tyene is acting like a stripper because she’s holding the prison bars while flirting with Bronn. Likewise for flashing her boobs at him. Now all we need is for her to do some pole dancing.



* Taking [[spoiler: Jon's stabbing]] seriously is made challenging by the fact that he was first tricked into looking at a sign with "TRAITOR" painted on it, and therefore, as part of the conspiracy to [[spoiler: kill their Lord Commander]], one of the Night's Watch was given the job of ''painting a sign.'' Not to mention imagining the conversation that led to this decision. "Hmm, how can we make it clear that we're upset with him, other than [[spoiler: repeatedly stabbing him to death]]? I know! We'll ''make him look at a sign.''" Alternatively, they couldn't agree which PremortemOneLiner to use and this was their compromise.
** It gets even sillier in the Season 6 premiere. ''They didn't take the sign down'', and left [[spoiler:Jon's corpse]] in the snow laying under it. It takes Davos about two seconds to put two and two together and realize what happened. Way to go, guys.
* Some people find the purple make-up for "Ser Robert Strong's" face a bit over-the-top.

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* The season finale on the wall is regarded to be very silly for the sheer number of DashedPlotLine and {{Cliffhanger}} piled one after the other, to a point that momentous events ([[spoiler:such as Stannis' defeat, Sansa's escape, Myrcella's poisoning, Jon's stabbing]]) register with DullSurprise by the end.
* Taking [[spoiler: Jon's stabbing]] seriously is made challenging by the fact that he was first tricked into looking at a sign with "TRAITOR" painted on it, and therefore, as part of the conspiracy to [[spoiler: kill their Lord Commander]], one of the Night's Watch was given the job of ''painting a sign.'' Not to mention imagining the conversation that led to this decision. "Hmm, how can we make it clear that we're upset with him, other than [[spoiler: repeatedly stabbing him to death]]? I know! We'll ''make him look at a sign.''" Alternatively, they couldn't agree which PremortemOneLiner PreMortemOneLiner to use and this was their compromise.
** It gets even sillier in the Season 6 premiere. ''They didn't take the sign down'', and left [[spoiler:Jon's corpse]] in the snow laying lying under it. It takes Davos about two seconds to put two and two together and realize what happened. Way to go, guys.
* Some people find the purple make-up for "Ser Robert Strong's" face a bit over-the-top.
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%%* The filming of Season 6 has a meta one with [[spoiler:the show runners' refusal to accept that it's impossible to hide the presence of a major actor during filming in this day and age. So we've got everyone insisting that no joke, Jon is really most sincerely dead and never coming back, and meanwhile a bunch of pictures keep coming out of Kit Harrington hanging out with the other actors and a particularly weak SuspiciouslySpecificDenial that he and Carice van Houten, as the character most likely to be involved in bringing Jon back, just happened to be working on separate projects at the exact same time and place as a huge coincidence.]]

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%%* The filming of Season 6 has a meta one with [[spoiler:the show runners' refusal to accept that it's impossible to hide the presence of a major actor during filming in this day and age. So we've got everyone insisting that no joke, Jon is really most sincerely dead and never coming back, and meanwhile a bunch of pictures keep coming out of Kit Harrington Harington hanging out with the other actors and a particularly weak SuspiciouslySpecificDenial that he and Carice van Houten, as the character most likely to be involved in bringing Jon back, just happened to be working on separate projects at the exact same time and place as a huge coincidence.]]



* The entire fact that the remaining Jon loyalists in Season 6 consist of Davos, Edd... and a few other random guys. You can just imagine the writing team's MassOhCrap upon realizing maybe they shouldn't have killed off Pyp and Grenn when they did.

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* The entire fact that the remaining Jon loyalists in Season 6 consist of Davos, Edd... and a few other random guys. You can just imagine the writing team's MassOhCrap upon realizing that maybe they shouldn't have killed off Pyp and Grenn when they did.



** And given how her usual magic required burning people or making shadow-babies, this scene is downright anti-climatic. One can help that think that she is cutting [[spoiler:Jon Snow's]] hair, caressing his abs and mumbling some nonsense just get [[spoiler:Davos]] off her case.

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** And given how her usual magic required burning people or making shadow-babies, this scene is downright anti-climatic. One can can't help that but think that she is cutting [[spoiler:Jon Snow's]] hair, caressing his abs and mumbling some nonsense just to get [[spoiler:Davos]] off her case.



* In Season 5's "The Gift", the prison scene between the Sand Snakes and Bronn looked like Tyene is acting like a stripper because she’s holding the prison bars while flirting at Bronn. Likewise for flashing her boobs at him. Now all we need is for her to do some pole dancing.



* By Season 6, Ramsey Bolton (nee Snow)'s life of endless dog-kicking just gets more and more laughable. The writers go out of their way to have him be so very evil and aim for cheap shocks that it loses all meaning and each subsequent kick just winds up hilarious and it basically amounts to a game for viewers to see what he's going to do next.

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* By Season 6, Ramsey Ramsay Bolton (nee Snow)'s life of endless dog-kicking just gets more and more laughable. The writers go out of their way to have him be so very evil and aim for cheap shocks that it loses all meaning and each subsequent kick just winds up hilarious and it hilarious. It basically amounts to a game for viewers to see what he's going to do next.
23rd May '16 8:27:55 PM NightShade96
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* Throughout the series, Littlefinger has gotten many original scenes that weren't in the books. However, these scenes get very difficult to take seriously when he seems to go from kingdom to kingdom faster just for the sake of acting ObviouslyEvil.



* Throughout the series, Littlefinger has gotten many original scenes that weren't in the book. However, these scenes get very difficult to take seriously when he seems to go from kingdom to kingdom faster just for the sake of acting ObviouslyEvil.
23rd May '16 8:23:15 PM NightShade96
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* In Season 5 finale, Dany trying to go back to Meereen. First, on Drogon. The whole scene looks like a classic comedy scene in [[TheWestern Western]] or HistoricalFiction parodies, when TheHero can't get his horse/donkey/camel to bring him where he wants to go (it's even in Literature/DonQuixote). Then, ''on foot''. Hundreds of riders, who came out of nowhere, start ''orbiting'' around her. Hard to remain serious watching this piece.

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* In Season 5 the finale, Dany trying to go back to Meereen. First, on Drogon. The whole scene looks like a classic comedy scene in [[TheWestern Western]] or HistoricalFiction parodies, when TheHero can't get his horse/donkey/camel to bring him where he wants to go (it's even in Literature/DonQuixote). Then, ''on foot''. Hundreds of riders, who came out of nowhere, start ''orbiting'' around her. Hard to remain serious watching this piece.



* The entire fact that the remaining Jon loyalists in Season 6 consist of Davos, Edd...and a few random other guys. You can just imagine the writing team's MassOhCrap upon realizing maybe they shouldn't have killed off Pyp and Grenn when they did.

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* The entire fact that the remaining Jon loyalists in Season 6 consist of Davos, Edd... and a few other random other guys. You can just imagine the writing team's MassOhCrap upon realizing maybe they shouldn't have killed off Pyp and Grenn when they did.



* In the S06E03 preview, [[spoiler: young Ned]]'s supposedly grim expression is really angsty. His eyebrows don't help either, making him look like he's related to Daenerys.
* By season 6, Ramsey Bolton (nee Snow)'s life of endless dog-kicking just gets more and more laughable. The writers go out of their way to have him be so very evil and aim for cheap shocks that it loses all meaning and each subsequent kick just winds up hilarious and it basically amounts to a game for viewers to see what he's going to do next.

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* In the S06E03 episode 3 preview, [[spoiler: young Ned]]'s supposedly grim expression is really angsty. His eyebrows don't help either, making him look like he's related to Daenerys.
* By season Season 6, Ramsey Bolton (nee Snow)'s life of endless dog-kicking just gets more and more laughable. The writers go out of their way to have him be so very evil and aim for cheap shocks that it loses all meaning and each subsequent kick just winds up hilarious and it basically amounts to a game for viewers to see what he's going to do next.



* [[spoiler: The exclamation "Hodor!" has become such a meme that his death scene where his younger self shouts "Hold the Door! Hold Door! Hodor!" repeatedly plays out exactly like the classic [[SixFeetUnder "Numb arm! Numb arm! Narm!"]], only about ten times longer.]]

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* [[spoiler: The exclamation "Hodor!" has become such a meme that his death scene where his younger self shouts "Hold the Door! Hold Door! Hodor!" repeatedly plays out exactly like the classic [[SixFeetUnder [[Series/SixFeetUnder "Numb arm! Numb arm! Narm!"]], only about ten times longer.]]
23rd May '16 8:11:03 PM NightShade96
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* In an otherwise chilling and well-acted scene where [[spoiler:Viserys]] is bellowing insanely just before his death, it can end up causing some chuckles if you realise his insistence that [[spoiler:he is the dragon]] is awfully reminiscent of the [[MemeticMutation memetic phrase]] [[spoiler:"Fuck you! I'm a dragon!"]]
* The dogs that play the direwolves are ''not'' very good doggy actors. It's very hard not to laugh when a happy puppy jumps on top of a chew toy and gnaws on it with glee as the CGI blood flies everywhere.
** A particular instance is when Ghost (who is completely silent in the books) is trying to warn Jon Snow that the wights are up and about. The "wolf's" whining and scratching at the door was so dog-like that it seems like Jon should be asking, [[Series/{{Lassie}} "What is it, girl?]] [[TimmyInAWell Did Rickon fall down the well again??"]]

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* In an otherwise chilling and well-acted scene where [[spoiler:Viserys]] is bellowing insanely just before his death, it can end up causing some chuckles if you realise his insistence that [[spoiler:he is the dragon]] is awfully reminiscent of the [[MemeticMutation memetic phrase]] [[spoiler:"Fuck you! I'm a dragon!"]]
* The dogs that play the direwolves are ''not'' very good doggy actors. It's very hard not to laugh when a happy puppy jumps on top of a chew toy and gnaws on it with glee as the CGI blood flies everywhere.
** A particular instance is when Ghost (who is completely silent in the books) is trying to warn Jon Snow that the wights are up and about. The "wolf's" whining and scratching at the door was so dog-like that it seems like Jon should be asking, [[Series/{{Lassie}} "What is it, girl?]] [[TimmyInAWell Did Rickon fall down the well again??"]]
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* The way that the Tyrells always try and seem like masterful manipulators, such as in the Histories and Lore video on the Reach, in which Margaery Tyrell implies the Tyrells manipulated their entire royal family [[UriahGambit into getting killed]] and that the Steward of Highgarden surrendered it to Aegon due to his wife.
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* In an otherwise chilling and well-acted scene where [[spoiler:Viserys]] is bellowing insanely just before his death, it can end up causing some chuckles if you realise his insistence that [[spoiler:he is the dragon]] is awfully reminiscent of the [[MemeticMutation memetic phrase]] [[spoiler:"Fuck you! I'm a dragon!"]]
* The dogs that play the direwolves are ''not'' very good doggy actors. It's very hard not to laugh when a happy puppy jumps on top of a chew toy and gnaws on it with glee as the CGI blood flies everywhere.
** A particular instance is when Ghost (who is completely silent in the books) is trying to warn Jon Snow that the wights are up and about. The "wolf's" whining and scratching at the door was so dog-like that it seems like Jon should be asking, [[Series/{{Lassie}} "What is it, girl?]] [[TimmyInAWell Did Rickon fall down the well again??"]]



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* Loras telling Renly he'd be a better King as Stannis has the personality of a lobster. It's funny but seems a rather weak justification for why Renly should become King, considering Stannis has had years more experience and Renly doesn't show any statesmanship skills outside of good PR.
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* In Mhysa, a very distraught Ygritte has Jon Snow at arrowpoint. Jon tries to plead his way out and tells her that he needs to go home. He sounds extremely whiny and petulant especially when earlier in the episode, Joffrey shrieks at his grandfather that he is not tired. One of these performances was intentional. The other? Not so much.

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* In Mhysa, "Mhysa", a very distraught Ygritte has Jon Snow at arrowpoint. Jon tries to plead his way out and tells her that he needs to go home. He sounds extremely whiny and petulant especially when earlier in the episode, Joffrey shrieks at his grandfather that he is not tired. One of these performances was intentional. The other? Not so much.



* Rose Leslie's accent as Ygritte starts to verge on the narmy after a while in Series 3, and evokes the kind of stereotypically gobby northern bint encountered on a night out in Wigan, as opposed to a hardened warrior woman from beyond the wall -- "I'm Jyon Snuuuuur -- raaaaght fut, lyeft fut!".

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* Rose Leslie's accent as Ygritte starts to verge on the narmy after a while in Series Season 3, and evokes the kind of stereotypically gobby northern bint encountered on a night out in Wigan, as opposed to a hardened warrior woman from beyond the wall -- "I'm Jyon Snuuuuur -- raaaaght fut, lyeft fut!".



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* The shamelessly blatant PlotArmor Ramsay Snow is wearing in episode 4x6, turning his back on several armored soldiers while not even wearing a shirt, while they all just stand around and wait for him to sic the dogs on them.

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* The shamelessly blatant PlotArmor Ramsay Snow is wearing in episode 4x6, 6, turning his back on several armored soldiers while not even wearing a shirt, while they all just stand around and wait for him to sic the dogs on them.



* In the last episode, Qyburn talking about how he will heal the Mountain and him beginning work on them comes across as more like something out of a Frankenstein movie.
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* The Sand Snakes introduction scene is overall too Narmy with many comparing them to BMovie "Bad Girls" of the kind parodied in ''Film/PulpFiction'' (Fox Force Five). From the aforementioned InfoDump, the needlessly cruel and convoluted torture of the captain (who willingly brought them information), to the youngest Snake behaving like a little girl with her EstablishingCharacterMoment being calling out "mama!" and running to Ellaria, it is a somewhat painful scene to watch.

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* The Sand Snakes Snakes' introduction scene is overall too Narmy with many comparing them to BMovie "Bad Girls" of the kind parodied in ''Film/PulpFiction'' (Fox Force Five). From the aforementioned InfoDump, the needlessly cruel and convoluted torture of the captain (who willingly brought them information), to the youngest Snake behaving like a little girl with her EstablishingCharacterMoment being calling out "mama!" and running to Ellaria, it is a somewhat painful scene to watch.



* Some people find the purple make-up for "Ser Robert Strong's" face a bit over-the-top.
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* The way that the Tyrells always try and seem like masterful manipulators, such as in the Histories and Lore video on the Reach, in which Margaery Tyrell implies the Tyrells manipulated their entire royal family [[UriahGambit into getting killed]] and that the Steward of Highgarden surrendered it to Aegon due to his wife.
* Loras telling Renly he'd be a better King as Stannis has the personality of a lobster. It's funny but seems a rather weak justification for why Renly should become King, considering Stannis has had years more experience and Renly doesn't show any statesmanship skills outside of good PR.
* Some people find the purple make-up for "Ser Robert Strong's" face a bit over-the-top.
* In the last episode of S4, Qyburn talking about how he will heal the Mountain and him beginning work on them comes across as more like something out of a Frankenstein movie.
* In the Season 6 premiere, the entire Night's Watch outside the conspiracy to kill Jon is exactly as outraged as you'd expect...until the vast majority are completely talked around on it after just a couple minutes of Thorne speechifying. Also not helping is how the camera keeps cutting to Olly despite him contributing nothing at all to the scene, like we might just forget about his existence.

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* The way that the Tyrells always try and seem like masterful manipulators, such as in the Histories and Lore video on the Reach, in which Margaery Tyrell implies the Tyrells manipulated their entire royal family [[UriahGambit into getting killed]] and that the Steward of Highgarden surrendered it to Aegon due to his wife.
* Loras telling Renly he'd be a better King as Stannis has the personality of a lobster. It's funny but seems a rather weak justification for why Renly should become King, considering Stannis has had years more experience and Renly doesn't show any statesmanship skills outside of good PR.
* Some people find the purple make-up for "Ser Robert Strong's" face a bit over-the-top.
* In the last episode of S4, Qyburn talking about how he will heal the Mountain and him beginning work on them comes across as more like something out of a Frankenstein movie.
* In the Season 6 premiere, the entire Night's Watch outside the conspiracy to kill Jon is exactly as outraged as you'd expect... until the vast majority are completely talked around on it after just a couple minutes of Thorne speechifying. Also not helping is how the camera keeps cutting to Olly despite him contributing nothing at all to the scene, like we might just forget about his existence.



* Melissandre's attempt to [[spoiler:resurrect Jon Snow]] amounts to giving him a haircut and a light shave, then washing his hair. It looks less like [[spoiler:a resurrection ritual]] and more like she's his barber. Plus, it's uncannily like all those Arya the Mortician scenes in Season 5, making it almost seem that if Arya had just inadvertently mumbled some Valryian about not being dead the same thing might have happened.

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* Melissandre's Melisandre's attempt to [[spoiler:resurrect Jon Snow]] amounts to giving him a haircut and a light shave, then washing his hair. It looks less like [[spoiler:a resurrection ritual]] and more like she's his barber. Plus, it's uncannily like all those Arya the Mortician scenes in Season 5, making it almost seem that if Arya had just inadvertently mumbled some Valryian about not being dead the same thing might have happened.


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23rd May '16 12:04:38 AM Goldenface007
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* [[spoiler: The exclamation "Hodor!" has become such a meme that his death scene where his younger self shouts "Hold the Door! Hold Door! Hodor!" repeatedly plays out exactly like the classic [[series/SixFeetUnder "Numb arm! Numb arm! Narm!"]], only about ten times longer.]]

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* [[spoiler: The exclamation "Hodor!" has become such a meme that his death scene where his younger self shouts "Hold the Door! Hold Door! Hodor!" repeatedly plays out exactly like the classic [[series/SixFeetUnder [[SixFeetUnder "Numb arm! Numb arm! Narm!"]], only about ten times longer.]]
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* [[spoiler: The exclamation "Hodor!" has become such a meme that his death scene where his younger self shouts "Hold the Door! Hold Door! Hodor!" repeatedly plays out exactly like the classic [[series/SixFeetUnder "Numb arm! Numb arm! Narm!"]], only about ten times longer.]]
19th May '16 9:45:38 AM TheFlash
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* In Season 5 finale, Dany trying to go back to Meereen. First, on Drogon. The whole scene looks like a classic comedy scene in [[TheWestern Western]] or HistoricalFiction parodies, when TheHero can't get his horse/donkey/camel to bring him where he wants to go (it's even in Literature/DonQuixote). Then, ''on foot''. Hundreds of bad-CGI riders, who came out of nowhere, start ''orbiting'' around her. Hard to remain serious watching this piece.

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* In Season 5 finale, Dany trying to go back to Meereen. First, on Drogon. The whole scene looks like a classic comedy scene in [[TheWestern Western]] or HistoricalFiction parodies, when TheHero can't get his horse/donkey/camel to bring him where he wants to go (it's even in Literature/DonQuixote). Then, ''on foot''. Hundreds of bad-CGI riders, who came out of nowhere, start ''orbiting'' around her. Hard to remain serious watching this piece.
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