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The Iron Throne - Game of Thrones' AWFUL final episode

Jun 06, 2021
It is one of the sadly inescapable truths of human existence that all good things come to an end, no matter how high we rise we must inevitably fall and so is the disastrous season 8 of Game of Thrones

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s dozens of hours of storytelling and worldbuilding and development of characters all the wins and losses all the alliances and betrayals all the friendships and sacrifices the heroes and villains the triumphs and heartbreaks the whole Song of Ice and Fire it all comes down to this

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piece of yes it sucks after all that has achieved Game of Thrones dies not with a bang but with a moan and when I say whine I mean a suspiciously warm wet fart at the end of a violent romantic conquest now it's no secret that i'm a man of many words an and your struggle to find the most eloquent entertainment connoisseur on all of youtube, but it's hard even for me to express the magnitude of disappointment the waste of so many years of careful construction and development the abject failure of even the most basic storytelling elements that is the Iron Throne but I enjoy a challenge so let's begin the episode begins after the new king of King's Landing Tyrion takes a walk through the streets not so boisterous before heading to the red keep which now looks suspiciously intact considering it all blew up and collapsed at the end of the last episode whatever, I guess the buildings have plot armor now too when they contain iconic locations, Those outfits cost a lot of money, guys, we've got to get our money's worth. outside of them so because Tyrion has a spare copy of the script from previous episodes he knows exactly where Jaime and Cersei went and he goes down into the crypts to retrieve their bodies and they are carefully placed under the brick layer so that i can have a nice crime scene without witnessing the horrible effects what hundreds of tons of rocks would actually do to a human body what is the point of this scene we know you are already dead why are you showing us these things again?
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All you do is waste time and tell us things we already know. Now you start to see the problem of killing two main characters in an isolated location where no one else can see. It happened, honestly, I was hoping one of them would come to life in the ultimate cheap shot, so I guess we should be thankful for the little mercies anyway, all the Unsullied and Dothraki that have regenerated since the Battle of Winterfell have gathered in the central square of King's Landing. finite resources and battlefield casualties mean nothing now, remember armies can be as big or small as the writers need them to be and right now we need them to be huge then Dany appears on a balcony to address h er armies and it made me laugh because the whole scene was set up to look like the new Bogg rallies in Nazi Germany very subtle visual metaphor guys anyway she gives a moving speech about how you all have done a great job liberating King's Landing and they should all be really proud of themselves, Terry Funk the jerk literally keeps rising from the charred corpses of the thousands of innocent civilians, you just killed with napalm and without a trace of

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y, you're going to stand there and call yourself the liberator, I understand that they are trying to show how even the most despicable people try to mask their acts of cruelty train idols in safe positive language but seriously this is just a joke its like a really horrible SNL parody which is basically everything. them these days, but he goes naked because Danny won't rest until they've rid the whole world of the cruelty of being alive and everyone starts celebrating like they're really excited about the wars to come. what a real Fukushima i just saw why are you happy about this your forces have been devastated you have lost your fleet two of your dragons and tens of thousands of troops you have inherited a devastated kingdom and a destroyed city you are in no condition to conquer the world or any another thing that would be like the Soviets standing in the ruins of Berlin in 1945 and being like good news comrades no we're going to conquer America break out the vodka anyway Arya looks like he's getting ready for Ryan Johnson's ass Danny and John say no he'll be fine and then they both do absolutely nothing anyway because it's not time for John to act and the writers have no idea what to do with our er since episode three on the high seas and then Tyrion shows up and hands over his he resigns in front of everyone and Dany accuses him of being a traitor and he says yes I totally am and that's it they arrested him and took him away oh boy what have they done to you hey Tyrion?
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I know. he would never have sunk so low, would have found some way to make it right. I mean, there are countless ways that a smart and resourceful man can kill Danny and get revenge for what he's done, like he could poison her at dinner or sneak into her room and strangle her to death in the middle of the night or join face off with the best assassin in Westeros or wait until she's shitting and shoot her in the chest with a crossbow, but instead he just wanders into the middle of the Nuremberg rally like a Bell ending and indulges in what Dickens he's been given the food virus treatment here once the sly and highly intelligent character is reduced to pathetic simpletons to serve whatever for this story for sure anyway arias Rian Johnson's skills are still great and down I guess , then she tells John that he has to be the one to stop Danny but it just so happens that only he can do it now and John says no he'll be fine so John visits Tyrion in prison and Tyrion realizes for sale he's dealing with a complete, so he sits him down and patiently explains that nuking an entire city and killing tens of thousands of innocent people probably means Danny doesn't have the right stuff to rule the Seven Kingdoms, uh-uh , TRUE? actually having this conversation like this is not some alcohol induced fever dream of mine this is real this is in the script are you really trying to defend this genocide murderous or megalomaniacal lunatic you fill out and utter?
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It's not enough for you, what will it take for you to realize that she's lost her mind? So John leaves because the script decides it's time for him to act so he heads to the red keep where Danny is alone in the

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room with no bodyguards or protection look here this place had his armor of plot set anyway he's messing with the Iron Throne and thinking of all the places he'll liberate next don't fear the peasants every time he'll have a st arbucks under my rule and john is like the killer bird of irony and she says nah i'll be fine and he says ok so then the kiss and he stabs her and then she dies sure i'm not kidding that happens that's in the script. what an indignity for one of the greatest characters to come out of this show, a character who clawed her way through virtually nothing to become the world's most powerful ruler without an ounce of remorse for what she has done without attempting to explain her actions. or apologize, do not suspect that John could be there with bad intentions, although she already knows that he does not love her and violently opposes his recent actions, no, she just goes for the kiss like a teenager in love and that's it, she go dead. with barely a sound what a waste so anyway the dope shows up and he sees Danny dead so he gets mad and burns down the Iron Throne and melts it down in a disgusting pool of molten slag pretty iconic of this whole season to be honest thats drama tic irony at work folks the Iron Throne was forged in Dragon Fire and now its undone the same way again its like poetry so if you rhyme shut up for the dragon to lift the body of Danny and he takes it away and it's supposed to be all touching and Emotional, but think about it, where is it taking her anyway?
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I mean, I get that a simple boreal wouldn't be very great and a funeral pyre wouldn't work with her for obvious reasons, but really think about this for a second. DRA Gon won't be able to take care of the body, it's only a matter of time before the animals get to her now, she might be wondering how the green worm and her companions would feel about the murder of their queen, well her guess is as good as mine because the episode cuts to another scene a few weeks later, Tyrion is summoned from prison to be sentenced for his crimes and it turns out that all the lords and ladies of Westeros are there to find out what they're supposed to do next and Arya and Brienne are there to increase the number of women we have to beat up those various equals, since somehow the Gendry boys are there too when Storm Lord ends even though the only person who legitimized their rule is now dead, so you know how that works, oh, and Mr.
Davos is too. hanging around even though he doesn't belong to a big house and doesn't represent anyone and even admits he doesn't know why he's there pointing doesn't make him any less ridiculous guys so angry gray worms and wants John dead for murdering Danny because murdering helpless people like bad, don't you know the people in glass houses dude? You are a war criminal. You're constipated looking anyway. Everyone debates what should happen next, and somehow the conversation turns to who should be the next king because ranking can't. support a conversation with any kind of logical structure and Edmure Tully stands up and makes a fool of himself so Sansa tells him to shut up and sit down and he finishes off Bell then Samwell Tarly suggests a democratic voting process for the communication. n the people of Westeros and everyone laughs a lot about it and sits listening to some wacky humor after a tragic death, that's what we need folks, then Tyrion starts talking and for some reason everyone does. he listens even though he is a prisoner. summoned for trial and what happens next is kind of mind blowing i'm actually gonna stop recording this now and rewatch the episode to make sure i really got it yeah it's real it happened it was scripted the actual performance approved this.
Tyrion considers the best person to rule Westeros is are you kidding me? Bran, the guy who spent the last few seasons in the war, take off your boobs, the guy who doesn't even know where he is most of the time, the guy whose physical body is just a shell to keep his spaz domain tied to the real world this is this the man who will rebuild a devastated and divided Kingdom this is the guy who will manage its economy its infrastructure its relations with the rest of the world its military and its politics ics or is this your way of showing disabled people can be rulers - I can't accept it so for some reason everyone thinks it's a good idea and everyone agrees and then Sunset demands that the north be an independent Kingdom and marks like yes whatever I have more prehistoric wheelchairs to look for I suspect You should get used to that kind of response guys for sure, so Jon's reward for saving the whole world is that he's forced to join the Nights Watch again because the gray worm and the imma culados really have some pooling power in this what the hell do the Night's Watch like they're still a thing why the White Walkers have already been Ryan Johnson and the wildlings are now your allies what exactly are they supposed to keep an eye on are you doing these things Get your asses off now, won't you guys?
So Jon says goodbye to Sansa and Arya's son says that she's not the Queen of the north because why not? kill she leaves so she will sail west and just see what happens. I'm not kidding, this scene actually made me laugh because it's so forced and contrived that even the actors don't seem to know what's going on in a character whose entire identity is based on being a killer out of nowhere decides to become Dora the Explorer. It would be like John Wick deciding that he wants to work at Starbucks. No, whatever. of coin I literally can't think of anyone less suited to the tasks anyway, Tarly presents Tyrion with his story of everything that's happened up to this point and calls it the Song of Ice and Fire, well I'll never see that coming . a bit embarrassed that it's not mentioned in it then Bran shows up and leaves again and they get down to business and start arguing in a joking way and the scene ends like a moat gutter or cheesy 90s adventure series so John goes back to Castle Black and meets up with Ghost so Marla can stop complaining about it, then he heads north beyond the wall with the wildlings to do something I don't know if he's the King beyond the wall now he's making a new life with them, is there any other Nights Watch going with him now, whatever, who cares inthis point and that's the plot of this episode and the end of Game of Thrones what a mess it's hard to know where to start when it comes to analyzing this episode without just repeating the same criticisms that I've leveled at the rest of this series all what was bad in the rest of season 8 is so much worse here, be it the insane plot decisions that would never before have been contemplated as saved by being named king of Westeros to the outright character betrayals like Danny's Great Dictator speech and the ridiculous death scene or Jon being an exile right where he started in Nights Watch or maybe it's the fact that hat other characters just get shuffled right out of the story with no explanation because the writers were too dumb and lazy to think of a proper resolution for them so Aria goes off to explore the world huh yeah that's what makes sense given that she's done it up to this point do it mo master bronze neda no why not i can't see him abusing his position some tarly is grand master when he's barely thirty and completely inexperienced sure i can't imagine anyone objecting to the gray worms going off to make a new life with the unsullied even though he wants john dead now who cares everyone just accepts that Brienne is a gentleman now because Jaime got drunk one night and turned her into one now everything will be fine this whole episode smells good , we had to give them something to build the world. the character consequences have gone completely out the window people say and do things that they would never have contemplated two or three years ago accept decisions and suggestions that would have been left out of the room in In previous seasons, the emotional tone of this episode is Everywhere: One minute we were looking at the horrific aftermath of the destruction of King's Landing and dealing with the sudden death of one of the most important characters in the entire show. laughing at a pompous idiot who trips over his or the little council's sword joking as if they hadn't just lived through the most apocalyptic conflict in history.
The best of Game of Thrones gives us a window into a world that felt Real, well-informed bad decisions often had far-reaching consequences, and characters who acted without considering the broader impact of their choices often paid a heavy price for their mistakes. Truth and honor were not always rewarded. Cunning and treachery were not always punished. The characters of the program They lived in a world that was as harsh and unforgiving as it was rich and varied, and they had to learn and adapt quickly if they hoped to survive when you thought. If you had discovered it, you would learn that there is always someone smarter, more ruthless, more prepared than you.
There was a feeling that everyone knew a little more than they were letting on. They were a little smarter and more capable than they wanted. that you think made them compelling, made them interesting, made them real and human, but in this season the values ​​were finally lifted and the truth was out and the simple truth is there's nothing behind it, these characters are just as smart as Weiss and Benioff. they were able to do them and it turns out they're not grand master conspirators like Littlefinger Tyrion and Varis became mostly irrelevant once the show's focus shifted from political intrigues, alliances and betrayals to overly flashy staged battles and while Tyrion managed to get to ending her probably because dinklage was too popular to kill him off, but honestly, his real character died in season 6, Danny, who went from sympathetic refugee to god-like messiah. o Violent Conqueror suddenly becomes a Killer but lets his biggest and most dangerous rival plunge a knife into his chest because he still believed he could win it is careless is lazy is horrible and the character deserves much more destruction of resources Military and buildings mean nothing, though armies that should have been crippled by overwhelming losses can be reformed into highly effective fighting units in the space of a single episode, castles that have been crushed and destroyed by dragonfire in a episode are shown with only light damage below, it's utterly insane and destroys all sense of consequence and impact, ultimately Iron Throne is the final humiliating nail in the coffin of a season that simply runs out of creative steam, it destroys what's left of the show's integrity, cheapens and dumbs down every character it touches, and in a very real sense tarnishes the show. or that it should have been a brilliant legacy as one of the greatest shows in television history, people don't always remember how a story begins, but they do remember how it ends, especially if it ends badly and the fact is Game of Thrones ended badly. the most disappointing way possible, but now it's over and it's time for everyone to move on. go on and forget the last eight years ever happened i know i will i have just what i have oh and that's all i have for today leave now

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