This episode had all the qualities of a filler with the only shining exemption being that of the class act called Thandie Newton.
So not to be harsh, but after spending hours sifting through unwatchable footage I’ve come to the conclusion that I hated this episode with every fiber of my being and wish it was as good as the first and last few minutes.
Great wrap-up to the series!
This seemed like a season finale, tying up loose ends, leaving other things unanswered, but ultimately closing a chapter while making you want to continue reading… next season. I’m worried about what this means for the pacing of the remaining two episodes.
This episode I somehow both lived and was livid. A thousand apologies for how late this is, but work came in hard after the holidays.
This was kind of a change of pace after last week’s terrific episode. It’s clearly the calm before the mid-season break storm, but it was still underwhelming. There was some great character development with Saru and that’s about it.
As with most seasons, the second episode is the one that really sets everything up on Game of Thrones.