Game of Thrones - vol II - NO SPOILERS

Game of Thrones - vol II - NO SPOILERS

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gareth_r

2,965 posts

176 months

Saturday 2nd March
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If anyone who doesn't have Sky wants to start/catch up on GOT, the whole thing is on NowTV, as is customary when a new series is about to start.

Leicester Loyal

785 posts

61 months

Saturday 2nd March
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Might rewatch them all before the new series starts.

Halb

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46,671 posts

122 months

Saturday 2nd March
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I think they've been looping it for ages on Sky, but it started up again, last week, so it'll chime with the start of the last series.

Bullett

8,847 posts

123 months

Saturday 2nd March
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The last series has been on for a while on Now but S1 wasn't available.
I might re-watch as well.

VEA

4,708 posts

140 months

Saturday 2nd March
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Just re started 6 this afternoon.

Can't wait for the new stuff.
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colin_p

1,604 posts

151 months

Sunday 3rd March
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I've started again from scratch.

Now on S1 E3.

Having not watched it for a while (didn't S7 finish in 2017?) you once again quickly realise how much they lavishly pack into an episode.

I fully expect and hope that the hype is real with S8 being six short feature films worth.



Deesee

1,593 posts

22 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Been rewatching a for a few weeks now, up to season 6, with Ramsey at his finest!

It’s great tv and would recommend a second watch.

RoadRunner220

726 posts

132 months

Sunday 3rd March
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I've started watching again in preparation for the last season, I'm up to S5 E8.

I might even be enjoying it more the second time around.

Baby Shark doo doo doo doo

11,035 posts

108 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Deesee said:
Been rewatching a for a few weeks now, up to season 6, with Ramsey at his finest!

It’s great tv and would recommend a second watch.
Still wish they hadn’t killed him off frown

Some Gump

10,726 posts

125 months

Sunday 3rd March
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For those that have watched it a couple of times but want to get in the mood for the last series - the magic of series 1-3 can be recreated by putting redtube on your tablet whilst watching Forged in Fire: Knife or Death on the History Channel.

Deesee

1,593 posts

22 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Baby Shark doo doo doo doo said:
Deesee said:
Been rewatching a for a few weeks now, up to season 6, with Ramsey at his finest!

It’s great tv and would recommend a second watch.
Still wish they hadn’t killed him off frown
Yep, him, Stannis, Oberyn, all would have been useful in the coming season against the dead.. and in my arm chair critic view, there deaths have not moved the progatagist/antogonist story lines of there opposites along, should have been alive.

Halb

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46,671 posts

122 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Currently watching Preston's vid on GoT. Who reckons there'll be a big death per ep?


Who wanna lays bets on who'll be alive at the end?


what other series could we ask that question about? biggrin

FourWheelDrift

76,156 posts

223 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Like I said many thread pages back when it comes to last man standing.

All hail King Sam and Queen Gilly.

Spanna

3,553 posts

115 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Rewatched season 7 this week, so many excellent and nostalgic moments. I think I’ll try to jump on a seasons 4-6 rewatch before the finale comes around.

Ructions

3,267 posts

60 months

Monday 4th March
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Are we finally going to get Cleganebowl?


Halb

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46,671 posts

122 months

Monday 4th March
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I hope not.

Trying to think whom I want to survive...erm, Davos maybe, then to usher in the end of feudalism.

Sway

10,752 posts

133 months

Monday 4th March
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I guarantee they won't resist the fan service of Cleganebowl (even the term is hideous).

That's all D&D have now, with a tiny smattering of conversation with GRRM.

I'm fully expecting to be completely disappointed by the story telling this season, whilst simultaneously being awed visually.

Steve vRS

3,148 posts

180 months

Monday 4th March
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I was disappointed by season 7 and my expectations are low for the final episodes.

Still can’t be worse than the last series of Westworld.

Halb

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46,671 posts

122 months

Monday 4th March
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Steve vRS said:
I was disappointed by season 7 and my expectations are low for the final episodes.
Still can’t be worse than the last series of Westworld.
yes
Sway said:
I guarantee they won't resist the fan service of Cleganebowl (even the term is hideous).
That's all D&D have now, with a tiny smattering of conversation with GRRM.
I'm fully expecting to be completely disappointed by the story telling this season, whilst simultaneously being awed visually.
yes


Dammit, I know it's another TBBT, where I need to watch it for closure, but I'll be sticking pins in my legs as I remember the great ole days

gregs656

2,491 posts

120 months

Monday 4th March
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Steve vRS said:
I was disappointed by season 7 and my expectations are low for the final episodes.

Still can’t be worse than the last series of Westworld.
I was too. I rewatched it over the weekend and the dialogue is not good, really stands out.

Does look good though.