YES OMFG AND THE SCAR AND THE VOICE
who thought that it would be ok to make him so attractive???
but i’m also growing weirdly attracted to daario DAMMIT WHY IS EVERYONE IN DANY’S STORY SO ATTRACTIVE FUCK THIS
((in all fairness though i always imagined daario as jason momoa with blue hair so he was never going to meet my expectations))
THANK GOD I’M NOT ALONE OMFG seriously i keep finding dany’s antagonists really attractive??? first xaro and then kraznys and grazdan/razdal and now mero SIGH I FEEL LIKE I’M BETRAYING HER
also his personality was so gross and awful and it only made me more attracted to him l m f a o
ALSO ANON YOU’RE MY NEW FAVOURITE PERSON WHO ARE YOU???
“Sometimes I wonder why the rest of us even film scenes because Emilia Clarke comes in as Daenerys and completely just, steals the show. When she makes her appearance everything before her is forgotten, which is why she’s at the end of the show normally. She’s got dragons for crying out loud!” - Kit Harington
“It’s hard to collect wages from a corpse. I’m sure the sellswords prefer to fight for the winning side.”
the longer the show goes on, the more they drift away from the actual storyline. i mean, did you see daario? ugh. it’s just… shit. this is worst season yet.
yes!! i feel the same way.
i watch the show and… something just doesn’t feel right to me. the writing for tyrion is just like reading embarassing dudebro fanfic, and i got the same vibe from the camp scene between mero, daario and prendahl (i couldn’t help but think that d&d probably found mero hilarious).
and obviously i found cersei’s lines funny in this episode, but they were just so out of character??? even in affc cersei would NEVER threaten margaery so explicitly.
and daario… sigh. i’ve been both anticipating and dreading his arrival, because there’s just no way d&d can be trusted to write him. ugh, i don’t even know what else to say. i’m so disappointed.
Death is coming for everyone and everything. The darkness will swallow the dawn.
i thought it was really good!!! the show is at its best when it’s doing the big action sequences that don’t require dialogue tbh. but i don’t understand why they left it so late??? couldn’t that scene have been done early in the season when the rest of the night’s watch was around? it just felt a bit forced i guess. sam’s storyline has not been portrayed well this season.
the scene before with sam and gilly was… nice. but why spend so long talking about the name of gilly’s baby, when part of wildling culture is to not name children until they’re older? it was obviously a conscious change from the book, but i just don’t understand why? gilly saying “we don’t name babies until they’re older” would have conveyed so much about wildling culture and infant mortality without maesters, and it would have helped explore the cultural barrier between sam and gilly.