Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 6 Reaction & First Impressions

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  1. Everything youtube on

    Evryone got what they wanted but not Jon , Jon killed the person he loved just to get fucked over and sent away. Can we plz comment on the fact that no one mentioned him being the heir. Evryone got a good ending apart from the person who saved everyone

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  2. R.K on

    I liked that bran took the throne because hes emotionless and to take the throne you have to be logical and i think emotions take a huge toll on making decisions

    Dany went mad
    Jon is too loyal
    Cersi is evil

    No one can be good enough to take the throne than bran can.

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  3. RampageMad12 on

    Anyone just going to forget about the prince who was promised? Did anyone forget that Jon was the real heir? But you know what they didn’t forget to hide? Is the fucking water bottle in this last scene
    🤦🏽‍♂️

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  4. J. de Bock on

    Am I the only one who – for the first time after some bad episodes – truly felt satisfied about this ending episode?.. I think entering a democracy into Westeros gives a meaningfull ending in terms of the battle for the throne and all the bad things which repeatedly come with it. About all the endings in terms of characters.. just go with the flow, just like you did in all the other episodes. It's not a Hollywood show which offers you all the cliché endings and outcomes, and that's why I always loved the show for the last 6 years and I always will. For everyone who is trying to be a professional Tv-series reviewer, go ahead! I'll pass on that.

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  5. J. de Bock on

    Am I the only one who – for the first time after some bad episodes – truly felt satisfied about this ending episode?.. I think entering a democracy into Westeros gives a meaningfull ending in terms of the battle for the throne and all the bad things which repeatedly come with it. About all the endings in terms of characters.. just go with the flow, just like you did in all the other episodes. It's not a Hollywood show which offers you all the cliché endings and outcomes, and that's why I always loved the show for the last 6 years and I always will. For everyone who is trying to be a professional Tv-series reviewer, go ahead! I'll pass on that.

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  6. Jasbinder Singh on

    A pathetic ending to a great story. So…Sansa plotted and took the North, not for Jon but for herself. All of the so called westerosies who Dany saved, suddenly take her kingdom and the Starks turned out to be the biggest traitors stealing the kingdom for themselves. This was a travesty of an ending.

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  7. Sumama Amjad on

    Tbf, they ONLY had 6 episodes, in six episodes there's only so much you can do especially in a final season. If they had 10 maybe it would've felt less rushed and maybe the choices the writers made with each characters fate would've made more sense because them extra episodes would fill us in with extra info and the true nature of some of these characters. For me the writing wasn't the problem it was the amount of episodes. Nevertheless still one of the best TV series ever made.

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  8. M D on

    Bran the buttfucked probably did just that with those dsl 🤢🤮 john snow did all the heavy lifting but it was about sansa hearing queen of the north 🤣 that's how feminism ruins shows…a real warrior princess would have fought for her brother that DID ALL THE HARD WORK…now his little lady sister is going off into uncharted lands 🤣🤣🤣 and the gay cripple rules all…ya the lgbtqp council, trans, queers, pedophiles, didnt have anything to do with that plot scheme…horrible should have shown arias true elite rogue skills, donares dying in battle I think it was, sansa showing that any of the starks are true rulers etc…fairytale fuckers killing the TV shows

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  9. Truth Hurts on

    I swear those F-ING D&D did a 'Cersie-Dany'. Just because they were not commissioned to do the spin-offs AND are off to do Star Wars they were willing to kill off an ENTIRE storyline and 'BROKE' ALL OF THE CHARACTER ARCS! THE S***** ENDING EVER FROM THE S**** WRITERS EVER. YOU KNOW NOTHING D&D!!!!

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  10. Coco Rosay on

    Hmm nice reaction video Carmine! I usually only agree with about 80% of what you say in your videos half the time but i gotta say, i agree with 100% of everything you said in this one bud. Touche my friend, Touche!!

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  11. Jaqen H'ghar on

    So they shat on the last season of GOT and rushed it so they could go make Star Wars movies? I understand the hate those two hacks D & D get now, I hope Disney notes this

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  12. LA Clippers on

    Dany was never really meant to win the throne. The Iron Throne acted as the McGuffin. Once Dany started telling everyone to bend the knee to her and killing POWs like Randyll & Dickon Tarly, we knew her thirst for power had already consumed her.

    There was already some Adolf Hitler in her. Some Michael Corleone from The Godfather Part II and obviously Anakin Skywalker in Revenge of the Sith. As Arya said, she can recognize a killer. The writers didn't really "wrong" her character if that was the plan all along.

    I never saw a real difference between Cersei & Dany's ruthlessness. Except one had dragons and the strongest armies in the world and other didn’t. Not even elephants! Cersei just comes off more of a cunt but actions speaks louder than words. Words can hurt but actions can kill.

    Dany was meant to be written as the tragic figure to all this. If there was a real life Superman, wouldn't we feel threatened if he turned evil? We would be in awe at first but what if he wanted to rule the world? That's real life. The most powerful people will always be threats to any society.

    The Bran pick was the right move. Nothing malicious or vindictive about him. The surprise pick but the most fitting. Ned, Cat, Robb, Theon, and Hodor are smiling down from up there. And I'm happy the one who never wanted it ended up getting it. Some thought he was The Night King when he ended up The King all along.

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  13. Drew Kosonen on

    Sigh… everybody is saying "Jon was a Targaryen for no reason." YOU'RE MISSING THE POINT PEOPLE.

    Just like the prophecies, John was a Targaryen because it was yet another reason why he was The Perfect King. Not only was he the perfect guy with the perfect experiences to be a great ruler, but he even had the most legitimate claim to the throne. But the whole point of the show is that the Iron Throne is melted, "the wheel" is broken, or at least turned upside down. If they had just decided to put the guy with the "best claim" on the throne, nothing would have changed. The biggest victory for Westeros was abolishing hereditary monarchy.

    I really think that when all of the initial furor dies down and people think about it a little more, they'll realize the ending wasn't as baffling and terrible as they thought. I'm about to start the whole thing over just to see everything in context again.

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  14. Sir Doge (DK) on

    Honestly choosing Bran as the new king was the stupidest choice of all time. The series just does not build up to that in fact everbody wanted and bet Jon Snow who is the most legitimate character for the thrones to be the king. His bravery and kind heart is known to everyone in Westeros and he also is a Targaryen and Stark mix. He has the full capability of eventually uniting The North to 7 kingdoms. He comes back from dead to defeat the dead and yet Bran takes the throne.
    So disapointing…

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  15. Scott Dudzinski on

    Do you think that the HBO series is actually a long con perpetrated by RR Martin in order to sell more books? Make the ending so bad that non book readers will jump into the next 2 books….

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  16. jbee on

    “Bran should be King, he knows everything that happened. His wisdom will be useful.”
    Once the first meeting actually starts: bye guys!

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  17. Henrik G on

    It should NOT have been Bran. The Westerosi lords should have contended that Jon was the one to rule, and after even more bloodshed, Jon should have to walk away from it all by his own free will. The throne should've gone to number three, which is Gendry. But definitely not Bran. He's the Three-Eyed Crow whose purpose was to find a weakness in the Others (or being something nefarious) , but never did.

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  18. Scumspawn ***** on

    So they couldn't write a scene giving a decent explanation as to why Greyworm and the Dothraki didn't render Jon limb from limb for killing their queen which would have been the real consequences not just locking him up for awhile.
    So they said .."you know what we just wont bother it's a pile of shit episode anyway one more turd won't make a difference".
    Well at least we know to avoid the Star Wars they are going to ruin next.

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