Game Of Thrones Recap - Season 7 Episode 3 - The Queen's Justice
So Thrones is now three episodes in on a 7 episode season and I'm almost bored. Damn, Cersei is really on the warpath huh? I just wish these "battles" had a little more oomph to them.
Direwolf Badassery - I missed last week and I’m sorry to Nymeria and all the direwolves ever. It was cool seeing the pack, it would have been cooler to see Ghost get dragonstone fangs and rip white walkers to pieces, but that’s just me
Hardholme Pt 2 or Nah - Hell no. We got one dude getting impaled on a spear from Grey Worm and that’s about it. I NEED MORE.
If Jon Snow is the dude convincing world leaders and everyone of a global climate based threat does that make him the Al Gore of the show.
I’m a little mystified just why the people of King’s Landing cheer so much for the Dornish captives and Yara Greyjoy. Don’t these people hate the Lannisters? Didn’t they love the Faith Militant? Didn’t they love Margaery?
For all my fiending for White Walkers the scene with Jon Snow and Daenerys was pretty much the greatest dialogue driven scene in the history of the show.
MAJOR TEASE - Why is Melisandre dipping out but saying she’ll be back. I think she’s gathering an army of red priests and red priestess’s for the coming battle with the Night’s King.
Never really cared for The Sand Snakes so all the scenes with their deaths mean nothing to me.
PREDICTION - Jon Snow will make it back to the wall just in time to see in fall as the army of the dead rolls through.