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  1. Clawdette

    Season 8: Speculation and Spoilers Discussion

    When Season 6 ended almost two years ago, I had no idea we’d be having this conversation on series finale night. In the words of Charlie Dickens through Tiny Tim, God bless us everyone.
  2. Clawdette

    Season 8: Speculation and Spoilers Discussion

    If the leak about Drogon flying away with Dany's body is true, I just have one question. How does he accomplish this? Is she in his mouth? Does he grab her and do a head flip so she lands on his back? Does he "ask" Jon to lend a hand? That's going to require top-shelf CGI. (I realize that I should probably use the "it" pronoun when referring to Drogon since dragons are asexual but it just seems like a he to me.)
  3. Clawdette

    S08.E05: The Bells

    Apparently, I'm not the only one associating this episode with modern music. Last night as I mowed the grass with my Beats over my ears, I was listening to one of my playlists. It didn't have a theme - just a random selection of music I like. I was replaying Episode Five in my mind and couldn't believe how many songs came up that aligned with it. I think that in terms of military strategy, Fall Out Boys "This Ain't a Scene it's an Arms Race." is pretty accurate. Danys held all the cards in that race. The Black Keys' "Little Black Submarine" pegs Dany with the lines, "Oh can it be The voices calling me They get lost And out of time I should've seen it glow But everybody knows That a broken heart is blind" Jon could have sung Alex Clare's "Too Close" in his scene with Dany. "You know I'm not one to break promises I don't want to hurt you but I need to breathe At the end of it all, you're still my best friend But there's something inside that I need to release Which way is right, which way is wrong How do I say that I need to move on? You know we're heading separate ways" And, when Stevie Wonder started his "Higher Ground" I immediately thought of Jon Snow and how much he longs to return north.
  4. Clawdette

    S04.E01: Everything's Okay

    Totally agree with the positive take on this first episode. I laughed out loud and that’s such a nice feeling to experience again in a Lucifer episode.
  5. Clawdette

    The Cast In Other Realms-Oops, *Roles*

    None other than Bella Ramsey, our own Lyanna Mormont, is in the new biopic, Judy. She plays Judy Garland's younger daughter Lorna Luft. Renee Zellweger is in the title role. The movie is supposed to be released in September.
  6. Clawdette

    Season 8: Speculation and Spoilers Discussion

    Ever since we got the “Jon kills Dany” leak, I’ve been trying to imagine under what circumstances he would do this. I’m not convinced that burning down Kings Landing would be enough, horrible though it would be. But if Dany threatened one of his sibling/cousins, that would be a whole new ballgame. It would have to be a real threat, not a vague one. Something along the lines of, “When I finish with Kings Landing I’m headed north to wipe that red-haired sister of yours off the face of the earth. And last night totally set up a Jon & Ghost reunion in Episode 6.
  7. Clawdette

    Season 8: Speculation and Spoilers Discussion

    Here's an out-there theory. Maybe the wedding speculation concerns one between Euron and Cersei. The Episode 4 previews look like he may be proposing and she could accept. They hold a gauche affair, Dany gets wind of it and fires up the venue - sort an Orange Wedding that can be thought of as payback for the Red Wedding but is really in retaliation for Rhaegal's or Missandei's death(s). Once they're in the groove, Dany/Drogon become fire happy and take out most of the city. Of course, this would most likely eliminate the Jaime/Cersei death scene unless he is able to crawl through the inferno so that they can take their last breaths together. I would like this scenario just to see Euron's face when he realizes his dreams just went up in smoke.
  8. Clawdette

    S08.E03: The Long Night

    I had looked so forward to this episode that I set myself up for a small letdown. It was fine but didn’t have the impact for me that The Battle of the Bastards had. I couldn’t stop thinking about Stark v. Bolton and watched that set-to multiple times. I’m sure I will rewatch last night’s episode but I’m not in a hurry to do so
  9. Clawdette

    Season 8: Speculation and Spoilers Discussion

    The scene in next week's preview where the gang appears to be going out to burn the bodies has an interesting composition. It appears the Starks and their traditional allies are on the left of the screen and the Mother of Dragon's allies are on the right. Bran is in the middle, of course, since he doesn't know who he is anymore. But what's odd is that Samwell and Ghost(!) are in Dany's area of the grouping. I don't think that means they're on Dany's side of things but it's peculiar framing. Unless Sam now sees himself in Dany's camp. And Ghost is throwing shade at Jon for ignoring for him so long.
  10. Clawdette

    S08.E03: The Long Night

    Ghost is in the previews for next week so that's a relief.
  11. Clawdette

    S08.E03: The Long Night

    When the wights were all over Drogon, all I could think about was botflies. But wights are much easier to get rid of since the dragon could take care of this himself.
  12. Clawdette

    S08.E03: The Long Night

    I turned off all the lights and I could see so much better. Don't know why I haven't thought of that before.
  13. Clawdette

    Season 8: Speculation and Spoilers Discussion

    The bottom row, underneath the Night King shows someone engulfed in flames and the photo is beside one showing Jon surrounded by flames.
  14. Clawdette

    Escaping The Stones: The Cast In Other Roles

    I read where Joss Whedon has cast Laura Donnelly as a lead in his new HBO sci-fi series, The Nevers. Joss is a fan of developing strong women characters and Laura’s portrayal of Jenny fit right into that groove.
  15. Clawdette

    S08.E02: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

    Does anyone else think that Ghost was added as an afterthought? That when the scene was filmed, they weren't sure whether he would be able to make an appearance and that's why no one referred to him being there? It was so strange, I thought.