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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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Part 5 of 5
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IX. Overall, I felt this was a powerful, emotive, well-done episode. I hated that a dragon died but in some ways I can see it as a necessary thing for certain character developments and so on. I adored the outfits and I think they finally gave Daenerys the direction she deserved; portraying her as stable, strong, and compassionate.
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Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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VII. I felt so much relief when Jon finally 'bent the knee' (declared Daenerys his Queen). It was going on and on and on, and becoming such a bore to watch. And it felt great to see him realise who she really is, and to support her when he knew she was struggling. His feelings for her became really clear after Viserion died and he became really enraged.
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VIII. As demented as it might sound, I think it was really good to see how the dragons responded to the death. It gave them a sense of humanity and showed that they're not just beasts with a bloodthirsty and violent temperament. Rhaegal flew down close to Viserion as he was falling, sort of as if he wanted to help him and Drogon stopped breathing fire and cried continuously, even after Daenerys reached the Wall again. It showed that they really do connect with their siblings like their mother.
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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Part 3 of 5
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IV. I think we really have to respect Daenerys incredibly for her form in this episode. She chose to make her own decision to defend an ally even though there were huge risks involved. She risked her life to save others and after losing her child, I think it's clear to see that Daenerys is not mad. She kept focused, even though she was obviously dying inside because of what she'd seen. But she got those men to safety and committed to the war agains the Others over her own interests.
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V. Tyrion seems to be getting really weird now. The whole discussion about the heir - I mean, it makes sense and I get why he felt it was necessary, but it hardly matters at this point in the war. If Daenerys died, her side has lost. And that's the end of it. There'd be nothing Tyrion or the Unsullied, or Jon could do about that.
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VI. I liked how Sansa defended herself against Arya. Arya was always one of my favourites but now she's losing my respect and love. Sansa made a calculated, fair, non-intimidating set of statements in response to Arya's viciousness and it paid off. We felt more comfortable with her; old wounds had been addressed and her stance, cleared up.
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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Part 2 of 5
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I. My overall opinion is that Episode 6 was a really good episode. So, I'm going to start with criticisms and end with positives because I don't really have a lot of criticisms but I want to be able to explain myself properly.
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II. I find it really far-fetched that a spear... made of ice... could take down a dragon in flight. An Iron bolt and a scorpion wasn't enough to bring down Drogon and fatally wound him. Arrows made of wood and metal deflected off of his scales. So, I find it challenging to buy into the notion that an iced spearhead was enough to pierce through Viserion's neck and bring him down dead. And what I find even more troubling about that, is the idea that the Night King would have had enough force in his throw to make that a fatal shot. I think that was the writer's overreaching themselves again. But - it happened, and that's that.
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III. I think they've utterly destroyed Arya's character. Arya is a trained fighter and assassin - but family is family, and judging by how she held herself when she was speaking to Hot Pie and when she was reunited with Sansa, I don't buy into her being this cold. Arya's smart. She wants Littlefinger dead for a reason. The Arya we know would have listened to Sansa and made a judgment, not go in pointing the finger straight away. And as if Arya would doubt for a second that the Lannister's would force Sansa to write a note like that. It's absurd that Arya has been shown to be this unhinged and it just seems to be this running theme with the writers that any woman with power, strength and skill has a degree of madness about them. It's really annoying to watch and I didn't even really like Sansa that much but now I'm starting to back her; she's being politically sensible and people should stop acting like 6 years or so haven't passed since Joffrey.
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Opinion Post
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Entry II of II
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Sanity, Gender, Loss and Grief: Questioning How We Think About Powerful Women
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Yes, I'm sure Catelyn was distraught by her situation, and of course she should have been. And I think we accept that Cersei is unhinged. That makes sense. However, why are they portrayed in that way, always? At the same time, men are portrayed as protective, which goes hand-in-hand with bravery and as such, presents the idea of the selfless, loving, father. As such, it should be acceptable to portray the men and the women in exactly the same light. Women struggle to cope with loss because they love, and men should do the same because they love and they lose, yet they never seem to. If a man is insane, his insanity is only conveyed as power-hunger and blood-thirst. With Daenerys specifically, I think it's unreasonable to suggest that losing Viserion will make her unhinged, especially given how she reacted to the death. She kept it together - she got the suicide squad of people she didn't even know (besides Jorah) to safety, and she sat by Jon's side and put her struggle to one side and focused on the war and on Jon's health. If Daenerys was insane because of that loss, it would have been more appropriate for her to have called out dracarys, took flight, and gone for the Night King head-on. That would be an impulsive, careless, angry and insane move. An example of that would be when Cersei saw Joffrey die and she screamed out for Tyrion to be seized and then killed. So, overall, I think we need to rethink how we constantly target women with labels of mental inferiority. Women can be strong, can be powerful, can be brave and through the tough times: be sane.
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Opinion Post
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Entry II of II
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Sanity, Gender, Loss and Grief: Questioning How We Think About Powerful Women
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Yes, I'm sure Catelyn was distraught by her situation, and of course she should have been. And I think we accept that Cersei is unhinged. That makes sense. However, why are they portrayed in that way, always? At the same time, men are portrayed as protective, which goes hand-in-hand with bravery and as such, presents the idea of the selfless, loving, father. As such, it should be acceptable to portray the men and the women in exactly the same light. Women struggle to cope with loss because they love, and men should do the same because they love and they lose, yet they never seem to. If a man is insane, his insanity is only conveyed as power-hunger and blood-thirst. With Daenerys specifically, I think it's unreasonable to suggest that losing Viserion will make her unhinged, especially given how she reacted to the death. She kept it together - she got the suicide squad of people she didn't even know (besides Jorah) to safety, and she sat by Jon's side and put her struggle to one side and focused on the war and on Jon's health. If Daenerys was insane because of that loss, it would have been more appropriate for her to have called out dracarys, took flight, and gone for the Night King head-on. That would be an impulsive, careless, angry and insane move. An example of that would be when Cersei saw Joffrey die and she screamed out for Tyrion to be seized and then killed. So, overall, I think we need to rethink how we constantly target women with labels of mental inferiority. Women can be strong, can be powerful, can be brave and through the tough times: be sane.
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Opinion Post
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Entry I of II
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Sanity, Gender, Loss and Grief: Questioning How We Think About Powerful Women
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I wanted to make this post because since the leak of Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6 I've read so many articles that question Daenerys's sanity in the face of her loss. I want to discuss whether or not this is appropriate. Before I start, I just want to ask people not to get irate in the comments or I'll switch them off. I do respect other people's views but I'm passionate about my own and that's obviously the angle I'm taking here.
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British news outlets such as The Independent and the Daily Express, have published articles that contain paragraphs which present arguments surrounding the topic of Daenerys's mental state after losing Viserion. At first, I think: "what more can this woman do to prove that, yes she gets angry and yes she can be impulsive but she's sane, stable and capable?" Then, I think: "Why do we always ask this about women?" We have seen numerous men lose their children or siblings, or even parents, but we never jump to question their sanity. When Jaime lost Tywin, we didn't question his sanity. When Tyrion lost Shae, we didn't question his sanity. We didn't question King Robert's sanity over his loss of Lyanna even though he literally started a war about it. And we didn't question Ned's sanity when he lost Lyanna. However, when Cersei lost Joffrey she was instantly mad, when Catelyn lost her children - she was shown to be disintegrating slowly, and when Daenerys lost her child, she was shown to go very cold at first. She was filled with anger in Season 2 - a threatening side of her came to fruition that wasn't really explored in Season 1 and hasn't been particularly prevalent in the later seasons. It seems unnecessary.
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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Part 5 of 5
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IX. Overall, I felt this was a powerful, emotive, well-done episode. I hated that a dragon died but in some ways I can see it as a necessary thing for certain character developments and so on. I adored the outfits and I think they finally gave Daenerys the direction she deserved; portraying her as stable, strong, and compassionate.
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Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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VII. I felt so much relief when Jon finally 'bent the knee' (declared Daenerys his Queen). It was going on and on and on, and becoming such a bore to watch. And it felt great to see him realise who she really is, and to support her when he knew she was struggling. His feelings for her became really clear after Viserion died and he became really enraged.
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VIII. As demented as it might sound, I think it was really good to see how the dragons responded to the death. It gave them a sense of humanity and showed that they're not just beasts with a bloodthirsty and violent temperament. Rhaegal flew down close to Viserion as he was falling, sort of as if he wanted to help him and Drogon stopped breathing fire and cried continuously, even after Daenerys reached the Wall again. It showed that they really do connect with their siblings like their mother.
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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IV. I think we really have to respect Daenerys incredibly for her form in this episode. She chose to make her own decision to defend an ally even though there were huge risks involved. She risked her life to save others and after losing her child, I think it's clear to see that Daenerys is not mad. She kept focused, even though she was obviously dying inside because of what she'd seen. But she got those men to safety and committed to the war agains the Others over her own interests.
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V. Tyrion seems to be getting really weird now. The whole discussion about the heir - I mean, it makes sense and I get why he felt it was necessary, but it hardly matters at this point in the war. If Daenerys died, her side has lost. And that's the end of it. There'd be nothing Tyrion or the Unsullied, or Jon could do about that.
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VI. I liked how Sansa defended herself against Arya. Arya was always one of my favourites but now she's losing my respect and love. Sansa made a calculated, fair, non-intimidating set of statements in response to Arya's viciousness and it paid off. We felt more comfortable with her; old wounds had been addressed and her stance, cleared up.
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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I. My overall opinion is that Episode 6 was a really good episode. So, I'm going to start with criticisms and end with positives because I don't really have a lot of criticisms but I want to be able to explain myself properly.
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II. I find it really far-fetched that a spear... made of ice... could take down a dragon in flight. An Iron bolt and a scorpion wasn't enough to bring down Drogon and fatally wound him. Arrows made of wood and metal deflected off of his scales. So, I find it challenging to buy into the notion that an iced spearhead was enough to pierce through Viserion's neck and bring him down dead. And what I find even more troubling about that, is the idea that the Night King would have had enough force in his throw to make that a fatal shot. I think that was the writer's overreaching themselves again. But - it happened, and that's that.
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III. I think they've utterly destroyed Arya's character. Arya is a trained fighter and assassin - but family is family, and judging by how she held herself when she was speaking to Hot Pie and when she was reunited with Sansa, I don't buy into her being this cold. Arya's smart. She wants Littlefinger dead for a reason. The Arya we know would have listened to Sansa and made a judgment, not go in pointing the finger straight away. And as if Arya would doubt for a second that the Lannister's would force Sansa to write a note like that. It's absurd that Arya has been shown to be this unhinged and it just seems to be this running theme with the writers that any woman with power, strength and skill has a degree of madness about them. It's really annoying to watch and I didn't even really like Sansa that much but now I'm starting to back her; she's being politically sensible and people should stop acting like 6 years or so haven't passed since Joffrey.
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Season 7 Recap and Critique Series
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Entry VI of VII
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Recap: 7x06 is focused primarily on the mission North of the Wall with a little development in the Sansa-Arya conflict and in Daenerys and Tyrion's relationship. The episode begins with the 'Suicide Squad', as they're nicknamed, travelling further into the Northern wilderness following Sandor's vision. Jon offers Jorah his family sword back but Jorah refuses it. The group finds a White Walker leading a small group of wights and they surprise them. Jon brings down the White Walker and all bar one of the wights collapse to bones. Sandor is in-charge of keeping the wight tied up and of transporting it South. A horde of wights begin to swarm the group and Jon commands Gendry to return to the Wall and send a raven to Daenerys on Dragonstone, calling for aid. Arya confronts Sansa about the message she found in Baelish's room and is quite intimidating, blaming her for the fall of House Stark, essentially. Daenerys and Tyrion discuss the impending meeting at King's Landing, Jon Snow, and who Daenerys's heir would be. They disagree on whether or not this is appropriate to discuss at this point. Gendry makes it to the Wall and a raven is sent. Tyrion warns Daenerys not to heed the call but she refuses to do nothing and atop Drogon, flies to the Wall with Viserion and Rhaegal. Sansa finds Arya's faces and they have a conflict where Arya becomes threatening and appears very deranged. As the group beyond the Wall is being circled, Daenerys atop Drogon with Viserion and Rhaegal by her side surprises the Night King's Army, burning them away with ease. Daenerys lands on Drogon and allows the group to board him. The Night King takes down Viserion with an ice spear and Jon is pulled into the water by wights. Daenerys narrowly escapes with Drogon and the rest of the group. Jon declares Dany his Queen and they sail off.
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Critique of Episode 6: 'Beyond The Wall' will follow.
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