When season 5 ended, my biggest worry about season 6 was how they were going to adapt a book series that had yet to catch up with them. The answer to that is apparently adapting parts of the series previously not touched upon. We’re finally getting to book material that could have happened two seasons ago and I’m so happy I can barely grumble about it. This is the first time in a long while that I genuinely enjoyed an episode.
Another season is upon us and this time we are navigating unknown waters. Much like Gendry Waters #stillrowingstrong
Since this was the season finale, I think it’s appropriate to do a review that covers the whole season, focusing on the arcs in the various groups and how everything was resolved:
Oh the pain and controversy:
This week they stepped up the action – Walking Dead style – and I can’t say I didn’t love it.
There are many meetings, though not as many greetings this episode:
Abandon hope all ye who enter here:
The Targaryens (both secret and not) are at it again, executing people left and right:
The dreaded curse of reminiscing about dead Targaryens strikes again.