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    skydiver's opinions are terrible

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    Can't say i'm too thrilled about yours either Morbo Honey

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    I watched this again, this time with the brightness turned up. I was able to see a LOT more going on.

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    Why didnt Sansa leave with Clegane? I would have left crazy bastard Jeoffrey if I had a chance.

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    What a great episode. The wildfire scene was amazing. I wished Sansa had gonewith the Hound when she had the chance.
    I dont know if I was supposed to or not but I kinda wanted Stannis to have a victory.
    I'm also a bit confused I thought it was Stannis.s men pulling him to safety , or was he being captured.

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    it was his men keeping him from being captured. pulling him to safety.

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    they were all dressed the same and it was so dark so it was impossible to tell who was doing what.
    myself, a long with a ton of other people i've talked to said they didn't know either - half thought he was being captured (I did too), and the other half said it was his own guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skydiver View Post
    it was his men keeping him from being captured. pulling him to safety.
    This.

    He had a few men with him when he stormed the wall. I guess those two were the survivors.

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    you can compare commanders in this. Stannis and Tyrion fighting with their men, leading the charge vs joffrey....hiding on the walls scared to death and running to 'safety' at the first opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Chris View Post
    I watched this again, this time with the brightness turned up. I was able to see a LOT more going on.
    I think people's reactions to the episode were based on how good their tv's were and whether they could actually see what was going on. It's a very dark episode, literally, because it was filmed at night. On a good tv screen that can handle that it looks great, and you can see stuff in the background like extra men and boats. On a a crap screen, it's not so good.
    Quote Originally Posted by LordRush View Post
    Why didnt Sansa leave with Clegane? I would have left crazy bastard Jeoffrey if I had a chance.
    That would be a case of exchanging one crazy bastard for another. Besides at that point she thought Stannis was going to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mighty 6 platoon View Post
    That would be a case of exchanging one crazy bastard for another. Besides at that point she thought Stannis was going to win.
    But at least Sandor holds some compassion for people. It's minimal at best but it's more than Joffrey. Sandor is a product of his upbringing, while Joffrey is just insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Chris View Post
    But at least Sandor holds some compassion for people. It's minimal at best but it's more than Joffrey. Sandor is a product of his upbringing, while Joffrey is just insane.
    Yeah but as I said, she thought Stannis was about to win, so at that point it wasn't a choice between Sandor and Joffery, but Sandor and Stannis. So she thought she had a choice to go with the burned crazy man who will be wanted for deserting, or stay in the city, and let Stannis send her home.

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    Sandor has some sympathy for the powerless, because he was one. Joff is just a sadistic sociopath. Kid's whacked.

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    Epic battle scene. I do wish though there was more scenes like this in the series

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