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Kevin Greene    12,293

If you need boobs and killing and stuff go watch a couple episodes of Sparticus on Cinemax and report back.

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Bronn    4,393

Yeah, they are definitely on a lower part of the roller coaster.

I liked the Theon scene (not just because of the chicks, either) and what they're doing with the whole torture arc.

 

I liked the Dany scene. They really are making her a little more badass than in the books.

 

I liked the Osha monologue. I'm thinking that they'll actually get closer to Castle Black and then

Osha and Rickon will break off and say they are heading there, while Bran and Co. continue northward

 

The bear scene was alright. I think they kinda messed some of that up when they turned Vargo Hoat into this Locke character, though.

 

The Robb scene was kinda meh tbqh. I mean, I get what they are doing with the non-book readers, but I don't really care about Robb or Talisa all that much at this point anyway.

 

The Jon stuff was pretty good.

Even on a down couple of shows, it's still easily the best show on TV.

 

 

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Darth Biscuit    12,582

This is the first time I've opened this thread... and I'm not reading it, just posting...

I decided to read the novels before I start the show...

I'm thru book one and started book two Saturday... can't put it down.

It is everything Kurbez told me it was. Excellent writing and I love it.

Will start watching the show very shortly.

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Kurb    4,984

Yeah, they are definitely on a lower part of the roller coaster.

I liked the Theon scene (not just because of the chicks, either) and what they're doing with the whole torture arc.

 

I liked the Dany scene. They really are making her a little more badass than in the books.

 

I liked the Osha monologue. I'm thinking that they'll actually get closer to Castle Black and then

Osha and Rickon will break off and say they are heading there, while Bran and Co. continue northward

 

The bear scene was alright. I think they kinda messed some of that up when they turned Vargo Hoat into this Locke character, though.

 

The Robb scene was kinda meh tbqh. I mean, I get what they are doing with the non-book readers, but I don't really care about Robb or Talisa all that much at this point anyway.

 

The Jon stuff was pretty good.

Even on a down couple of shows, it's still easily the best show on TV.

Agree with all this.

The Brave Companions are easily replaced by "goons" through-out the series IMO. So this Locke guy will fade away. The bear scene wasn't nearly as awesome as it could be, but was solidly done.

 

Agree with Osha and Rickon. They are non-factors for awhile. They could easily disappear for a bit and no one would really care.

 

Rob scene was 100% for "that" reason. 

 

Really enjoyed Joff and Tywin  The guy playing Tywin Lanister is perfect IMO. That brooding annoyance he does is just great.

 

I thought Jon was going to make his run for it last night. I wonder if they do that in the last episode as well and have the attack on Castle Black as one of the first episodes of next season. Last episode could be based around: Jon running to Castle Black, Danny taking the city and falling out with her two knights, Red Wedding, Tryion's wedding.

Me thinks next 3 episodes will really Roll.

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Kevin Greene    12,293

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Will start watching the show very shortly.

 

Almost envy you're a GOT virgin and have so  mush to watch.

Waiting for Sundays is like waiting for , well Sundays when the Panthers play.

Hurry up with the damned books!

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Bronn    4,393

I REALLY hope the show forces GRRM to hurry the eff up.

If their current progress is any indication:

late 2013/early 2014 - film and air second part of ASOS and a good chunk of AFFC

late 2014/early 2015 - film and air remaining AFFC/most of ADWD

late 2015/early 2016 - film and air remaining ADWD and beginnings of TWOW

 

If that pace is at all accurate, and the show endures that long (no indications of slowing down thus far), I think that means that he'll have to at least put The Winds of Winter out by early 2015 at the absolute latest for the show not to overtake him. That also means that he'll have to have A Dream of Spring done by early 2016.

 

I'm personally crossing my fingers in hopes that he either releases the books back to back in 2015/2016, or even sooner than most are expecting.

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