All in all, Battle of the Bastards was a beautiful episode, cinematically, storywise, scoring, the works. It was a magnificent episode overall. It was a total underdog victory, and while it was achieved by keeping secrets, it was a victory all the same. You can say a lot about Jon Snow but one thing he was, was trustworthy. It wasn’t right to keep him in the dark about Sansa’s plans but on the other hand, he might not have accepted support from the traitorous Lord Baelish in the first place. It was a satisfying victory because Ramsay finally got what he deserved. Karma’s a bitch. RIP, Rickon. It was nice seeing you one last time.
To say that the penultimate episode in Game of Thrones Season 6 was a nailbiter would be an understatement. I was yelling for an entire hour — alternating between cheering and swearing, at one point, I even threw down the pillow I was holding so tightly to). The episode featured, not one but two major battles… Read More #BattleoftheBastards: Why I loved and hated Sansa
I’m quite puzzled why fans of Game of Thrones are up in arms against the show for implying (because the scene was not at all graphic) the rape of Sansa Stark in the hands of Ramsay Bolton, the despicable bastard of Roose Bolton. Yes, the same Roose Bolton who betrayed the Northerners at the Red Wedding.… Read More The Rape of Winterfell: My thoughts on Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken GoT S05E06