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Yeah, right! So, Dany is like a real Targaryen and crazy for CocoPuffs? Sorry about the spoiler but the Boy says he is watching the episode right now and he wants some kind of spoiler stuff. Like who dies. I am saving that, but Dany going nuts seemed to be a really easy guess.
 

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John is not happy. Watch out Dany.
If there was a season 9, I do not think Dany will be part of the cast. Chris has a theory on both Jamie and Cersei, but it involves what he calls a post credit thing like after the Avengers' movies. He said, there would be a knock at their door in Pentos and a Fed Ex guy stabs both of them and then removes his face to be Arya.
 

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If there was a season 9, I do not think Dany will be part of the cast. Chris has a theory on both Jamie and Cersei, but it involves what he calls a post credit thing like after the Avengers' movies. He said, there would be a knock at their door in Pentos and a Fed Ex guy stabs both of them and then removes his face to be Arya.
I like that better than them dying in each other's arms while the walls cave in.
 

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Shockingly, online sports betting has had Bran the overwhelming choice to sit on the throne for weeks. This would be disappointing & nonsensical.
Yeah, that makes no sense. I think at this point, it has to come down to either Jon or Dany. On the one hand, I think those messages that Varys was sending could be significant in Jon's favor, but on the other hand, I read an article the other day where GRRM said that you don't always end up with the best ruler, which could be a hint that it will be Dany. A lot of fan theories have been blown to smithereens, including all of mine, so I really haven't got a clue.
 

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Yeah, that makes no sense. I think at this point, it has to come down to either Jon or Dany. On the one hand, I think those messages that Varys was sending could be significant in Jon's favor, but on the other hand, I read an article the other day where GRRM said that you don't always end up with the best ruler, which could be a hint that it will be Dany. A lot of fan theories have been blown to smithereens, including all of mine, so I really haven't got a clue.
I still have Tyrion because I think Dany will be killed, either by John or Arya. Both were mighty pissed at her going all Mad Queen.
 

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Shockingly, online sports betting has had Bran the overwhelming choice to sit on the throne for weeks. This would be disappointing & nonsensical.
Are you sure you're reading that correctly? Bran as the overwhelming longshot would make sense.

EDIT: Nevermind. I just googled it and it's exactly what you said. Amazing.
 

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Shockingly, online sports betting has had Bran the overwhelming choice to sit on the throne for weeks. This would be disappointing & nonsensical.
SPOILER ALERT!!!:


That had to have been leaked. I'm okay with it though. They did a good job of having Tyrion explain why it made sense. I'm just bummed that the series is over. It seems like a sequel with Arya's travels west of Westeros would be cool, but it's not in the works.
I hope the prequel lives up to GOT standards, or at least close to it.
 

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SPOILER ALERT!!!:


That had to have been leaked. I'm okay with it though. They did a good job of having Tyrion explain why it made sense. I'm just bummed that the series is over. It seems like a sequel with Arya's travels west of Westeros would be cool, but it's not in the works.
I hope the prequel lives up to GOT standards, or at least close to it.
I am bummed out, too. There were parts I liked, the small coucil meeting was great and I like John where he ended up but Sansa is not dead, so I am not happy. My son said it seemed like they were guessing and not doing a great job at it.
 

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I am bummed out, too. There were parts I liked, the small coucil meeting was great and I like John where he ended up but Sansa is not dead, so I am not happy. My son said it seemed like they were guessing and not doing a great job at it.
I was very relieved when Tyrion didn't nominate Sansa to be Queen of Westeros, as I was starting to worry that he would. I did get some satisfaction from her jealousy toward Bran. The one good thing about Jon's ending is that he was reunited with Ghost.
 

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I was very relieved when Tyrion didn't nominate Sansa to be Queen of Westeros, as I was starting to worry that he would. I did get some satisfaction from her jealousy toward Bran. The one good thing about Jon's ending is that he was reunited with Ghost.
I liked Drogon melting the Iron Throne.

That showed the both the despair of loss and intelligence about the situation.

I would like to know more about Arya's adventures and of course what happens with Drogon.

Bran said something about maybe he could find him ... was hoping to see him warg into the dragon.
 

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I liked Drogon melting the Iron Throne.

That showed the both the despair of loss and intelligence about the situation.

I would like to know more about Arya's adventures and of course what happens with Drogon.

Bran said something about maybe he could find him ... was hoping to see him warg into the dragon.
I liked that Dany stopped short of sitting on the Iron Throne, and now no one ever will. It was cool watching Drogon keep nudging Dany's body like he was trying to wake her up.
 

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I am bummed out, too. There were parts I liked, the small coucil meeting was great and I like John where he ended up but Sansa is not dead, so I am not happy. My son said it seemed like they were guessing and not doing a great job at it.
Sansa was an awesome character. She saw right through Dany & knew what had to be done. It was her who was ultimately responsible for her demise.
 

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Sansa was an awesome character. She saw right through Dany & knew what had to be done. It was her who was ultimately responsible for her demise.
I don't think Sansa in any way contributed to Dany's death. I give full credit to Tyrion for convincing Jon to do the deed. It didn't matter that Tyrion knew about Jon's history. He would have given him the same speech either way, and Jon's access to Dany would have been the same.
 

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I don't think Sansa in any way contributed to Dany's death. I give full credit to Tyrion for convincing Jon to do the deed. It didn't matter that Tyrion knew about Jon's history. He would have given him the same speech either way, and Jon's access to Dany would have been the same.
Sansa also warned John. Everything changed for Dany when she found out about John & that's what Sansa saw. Telling Tyrion & Varys the secret was a ploy to expose her.