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What a nice love story! It just…felt so out of place, to almost hilarious levels. Too big a chunk in the middle was too inconsequential and frankly a bit boring, until the very end when we go back to Winterfell. Wow, the people of Weisseroff sure do have a lot of stories they want to tell each other.
I guess this episode was mostly bridging and as that, it was… alright I guess. In particular, I loved the dynamic with Yara. Why did this scene exist? Why would Jorah honestly think the dragons are okay to leave behind? Nothing would be lost in translation if after those last events, Dany goes to the House of the Undying. Yeah, us too, thanks. I have to agree that Winterfell was by far the best part of this episode. It really is comically out of place and also takes up so much time in the episode.
I was oddly charmed by Oona Chaplin, even when she was telling her endless story about how she discovered slavery is wrong so she should go time travel or whatever.
Not enough to call it a highlight by any means, but good on you lady, for doing the best you could with the material you were given. Lena Headey was having such a wonderful time. She was so unreasonable and paranoid! The first one we find out that Stannis is two days away and Tyrion is only now planning the defence of the city.
Then the scene on the battlements is just Varys telling Tyrion how awesome he is. I hate that overemphasis on how street smarts are automatically more useful and important that knowledge gained from studying history from books.
I also just have an increasing hatred for Bronn on this show just cause I know how off the rails his automatic expertise in everything is going to go later down the line. It actually made me feel something for half a second.
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Also, did anyone else notice how both Bronn and Shae are literate now? Quality of writing Musa: Remember the time before everyone somehow just had access to all knowledge of their enemies somehow instantaneously? I have to say, as dumb as the scenes with Robb and Talisa were conceptually, the dialogue was… alright? I also liked the scene with Kevan hi Kevan!
Not that we know his name… arguing with Tywin. Our 8th grade book report on themes Julia: Um… like, um… wow I have nothing. The best I can do is maybe, like, planning, and how the best laid plans sometimes go wrong?
Tywin is making plans for the war because they seem to be losing, Arya has to speedily change hers. And then Stannis is planning to make Davos Hand.
Not that I can do much better! Or doubling down on bad choices? Even Arya sort of applies if we consider her bad choice in not naming Tywin. Obviously some are more damning than others, here. Though hey, at least the title fully applies here. I really wish Theon had burst into the room with a fugly crown, though. Cracks in the plaster the bullshit to come Julia: Cat made this momentous and game changing decision and most of the episode is focused on Robb and his love life?
I think that crack is already pretty long and deep, though. The Varys as the president of the Tyrion Lannister Fan Club conversation could have been in season 6.
Jon being relegated to moron who blunders his way through life to eventual success is clearly in its early stages here. Yet somehow, Jon ends up coming out ahead in the end.
Robb, Tyrion, Jon… I wonder what these three characters have in common. All the Northerners loved Ned, according to Talisa anyway. Funny they seem to have forgotten all their love for Ned when his children came knocking for help in rescuing one of his sons from being a captive of the Boltons. And I seriously just hate every time Bran gets something taken away from him in this show because of what ends up happening in season 7. Also is Karstark a worshipper of the Seven all of a sudden?
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Why the awkward reference to offering his heart up to The Father? The new context for the iconic Ned line is a little odd. Ned had night terrors or something? And that made him brave.
And not in a good way. It really gets me that Tyrion is reading reference books looking for tips on winning sieges when Stannis is two days away. His chain plan took weeks or months to execute in aCoK, if I recall.
They seeded the wildfire, I guess, but that was so long ago that most people will have forgotten it. All the better to shock us with next episode. It makes Tyrion seem kind of an idiot.
Far less proactive, too. Look at us, Julia, the show will turn us into book! Also less proactive—like, hilariously so—is Arya with her escape from Harrenhal.
I guess for the sake of wheedling down the plotline it kind of makes sense to merge her naming Jaqen with her escape, though we lose both her helping free Northmen and her first kill. Qhorin and Jon were supposed to spend entire nights together. It was supposed to be a tragic end to a great man who put his duties above his own continued life. Because they wanted to have more time of Jon and Ygritte futzing around the icy wilderness.
Team Peggy is off to rescue Wilkes, but they're too late; Frost manages to open up the Zero Matter Gap in the desert, only to find herself having a BIT of a temper tantrum when Wilkes is the only one "chosen" to go through.
And it does, spitting out Dr. Wilkes who's writhing in pain and looking a bit Peggy manages to rescue him by making a swap with fake uranium rods, but he pulls a gun on her GASP! Oh yes - and Jarvis shot Frost at point blank range She absorbed that bullet like it was just another day.
Meanwhile Thompson has been sent on a fool's errand to the UK where he buddies up with an old uni pal. He convinces him to get a file on Peggy's supposed work during the war, and it's mostly blacked out.
We know it's pile of trash, PEGGY tells him it's a pile of trash when he confronts her, and when Thompson realizes he's nothing but Vernon's pawn things start to get very interesting. Also, the chemistry between Sousa and Peggy is so intense that I may have needed a handkerchief to mop my brow.
A Little Song and Dance Musical number! I'm sure this opening dream sequence was hit or miss with most of us; I confess that as much as I liked seeing our cast sing and dance it was a bit jarring, perhaps due to the fact that I couldn't tell if they were actually singing or if they were voiced over by other actors.
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At any rate - Jarvis in tails! Ana, Whitney and Dottie as showgirls! I hope we see more of you again, girl! Peggy manages to untie herself and Jarvis from the back of Frost's van and they tumble out into the California desert.
Things get HEATED and Jarvis unloads all of his anger on Peggy, and Peggy gives it right back to him because he's not the only one who's suffered loss; he needs to realize that this isn't a Penny Dreadful novel, this work that she does is risky, and people get hurt and die. Peggy and Jarvis's pardon me - Miss Carter and Mr.
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Jarvis's friendship is the real MVP in this episode. Peggy pretends to be passed out when Manfredi's goons double back to get her and Jarvis, and as always, men underestimating her ends up being in her favor.
Thompson double and triple crosses everyone this week, and in the end it turns out he's only looking out for himself. Vernon wants everyone to trust him and no one does, and at this point the episode got a bit messy and I think I may have zoned out.
Whitney Frost solidifies her place in The Supervillains Hall of Fame as she takes a giant syringe and plunges it into Jason's chest. She really wants ALL of the zero matter. He lies to Peggy and she's instantly suspicious. Ana finally pulls the truth out of Jarvis; about what's happening with Peggy, and eventually, what has happened to Ana as a result of her being shot.
Ana tells Jarvis that he must help Peggy, because who else will if he does not? Peggy drags Jason from where's he's being kept by Frost, even though he pleads with her not to because his entire self is now basically a bomb. The credits roll just as Whitney fails to kill Vernon and Jason walks in, ready to literally explode. Taken Darhk tells Oliver to drop out of the mayoral race and endorse Ruve if he ever wants to see William again. Felicity is shocked Ollie has a son and even more shocked at the long list of people who knew before her.
Ollie brings in Vixen for the rescue, hoping she can fight magic with magic! But after getting her butt kicked, she does have a bright idea. Since her necklace gives her power, perhaps Darhk has a similar item? Team Arrow attacks his compound and Vixen steals the totem, breaking it just before Darhk magically chokes the life out of all present. His powers fail and Ollie cold-cocks him, rescuing William. After the boy fingers Malcolm as his captor, Thea tells him, for once and all, to go screw himself.
Malcolm responds by calling her a selfish brat and taking credit for all her accomplishments. This show has daddy issues. Speaking of, after listening to some pretty terrible advice from Vixen who asserted it was better to grow up in foster care than face the truth about her magical heritageOllie decides not only not to tell William the truth about his parentage, but to actually send him away entirely.
Legends of Tomorrow 1x Star City looks like your local community theatre decided to adapt Mad Max. And a man in a green hood! He refuses to use his father's name, blaming himself for John Sr's death.
Sounds like he's taken more than just fashion advice from Oliver Queen because that is some seriously misplaced guilt. While Sara is off looking for a part from Smoak Industries that can get the Wave Rider up and running, Cold and Mick run into some local goons.
They don't have the tech that Cold and Mick do, and so their leader writes a check his butt can't cash and Mick takes his hideous Fur Coat of Leadership. Mick wants to stay, Cold wants to leave, they fight, Cold knocks out Mick and drags him back to the ship and, honestly, couldn't you just have left Mick there? He's a grown-ass man, let him do what he wants! Stein meddles in Jax's personal life by "helping" Ray realize that dating Kendra wouldn't be in the interest of the team - only Ray never saw Kendra like that until Stein mentioned it.
Thank GOD Kendra shut it down; she's not trying to be anyone's girlfriend right now. And we all know that no one can hold a candle to Cisco. Rip finally realizes that his "rules" about what can and can't be altered, and what timelines are finite or flexible are sort of ridiculous.