Well, this has been a pretty tough week. Don’t know about the rest of you out there but I did not sleep easy after seeing this week’s episode The Door. I was actually visiting friends in Saskatoon and after saying goodbye to another beloved character decided that a night out of heavy drinking in honour of Hodor was necessary. Want to give a special shout out to Saskatoon Limo for hooking me and my friends up with a great night; they understood the pain I was going through. Now that I have made an attempt to drown my sorrows in ale (didn’t work, still crying inside), it’s time to go back and review what brought us here.
Another week gone and another hour of Game of Thrones to discuss. All I can say about this week’s episode is wow! So much information that we have all been waiting for. Questions that we have had since season 1 episode 1 have finally been answered. First off, I have to apologize, in last week’s post i referred to Yara Greyjoy as Asha, sorry my bad, confusing all the character names. Needless to say I should have fact checked. Oh well, on to the important things.
Hi all, back again for another post. This time I will be discussing the most recent episode. It started out with one of the nicest moments we have seen in a long time. Yes we all screamed and cheered when Ghost looked over as Jon came back to life. But, seeing Jon and Sansa reunited, after they have both been through so much and gone so long without family with them it was truly heart warming. They are back together again and according to Jon are going to stay together for the foreseeable future. Yay!
The first topic that I want to address is one of everyone’s favourite (yes I am Canadian, sorry for the spelling my American readers) characters, Arya Stark. Arya has had a very interesting story line and one that is quite unlike the rest of the characters. Whereas other characters are trying to improve or protect their families hold on power, she is busy with the servants of the many-faced God.