Game of Thrones s6e3 "Oathbreaker" gifs and memes
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Game of Thrones!
Age Ain't Nothing But a Number: http://avclub.com/article/game-thrones-age-aint-nothing-number-235552
That's enough for one day.
AV Club summary of s6e3 Oathbreaker:
What's happening with Sam:
We got our first check-in with Sam and Gilly this week, and the show’s approach to this story seems like a big question mark. We know they’re headed to Horn Hill (Gilly agrees to go live with his family in this brief scene on the boat), but the books have not gotten to this point, despite having made significant strides into Oldtown and its importance in the larger conflict. What’s confusing to me right now, and which I’d like to hear from others on, is how the pacing works on Sam’s “training” as a Maester, which the show is still framing as his ostensible goal.
Basically, the timing can’t work: Sam cannot “become a Maester to help Jon” in the amount of time he’ll have. All he can realistically do is find some piece of information that will assist the larger conflict, and that doesn’t strike me as particularly time-consuming or, necessarily, dramatic. In the books, Oldtown and the Maesters carry more significant meaning, and you can see the show trying to sketch some in (we’re reminded Qyburn was kicked out of the Citadel here), but how much time can the show realistically spend there? Can Sam’s storyline realistically function independently in the same way as Jon’s or Dany’s or Arya’s can? And if so, for how long?
tl ; dw : http://imgur.com/a/D6a32
Good ol' lying Ned.
Ned Stark vs Ser Arthur Payne Lightsaber gif: http://i.imgur.com/IqaFJFh.gifv
Sword of the Morning looks amazing.
Maybe Ned didn't lie about beating Arthur Payne:
Full Tower of Joy Lightsabers: