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Emilia Clarke, Alfie Rage in Game of Thrones Finale Teasers
I find myself in an odd place when doing Game of Thrones posts, both because I don’t watch the show and that I’ve read the novels probably a dozen plus times (excluding A Dance with Dragons -you can check out the combo chapter-by-chapter reread of Game of Thrones I participated in - one take for those who have never read the novels, the other for those that have). It puts me in that weird position of knowing the likely end game for the plots and individual threads, but not knowing what the show would have had to cut or even expand upon. Still, let’s get to these promo images released by EW for the season 2 finale, airing tomorrow and titled “Valar Morghulis”. Also, if you done so haven’t already, check out Elisabeth’s review of last week’s “Blackwater“.
We get a look at Emila Clarke’s Dany and Ser Jorah, I’m guessing about to enter The House of The Undying. In the books this is a HUGE event seeded with so many discussion points for the future and pointing to the past. I may be interested in hearing how they pull it off, and what exactly they may not stress. In many ways it pays off Dany’s wanderings while everyone else (besides Jon) get to be more immediately involved in a geopolitical mess.
We also get a rather animated Theon. I actually understand Theon and don’t hate him outright fundamentally, but I also have a strong belief in supporting your boys that are true to you, and that was Robb Stark. What he did to the Starks doesn’t bother me. What he did to Robb specifically, does.
I don’t think I’ve seen a minute of the performance by the actor who plays Joff, but this dude is doing a good job because everytime I see an image of him I just want to smack him up. That said, like Theon, I kind of understand Joff too (I believe I get into that in the reread chapters I noted above).
I’m assuming that’s Sam (fat) and some men of the Night’s Watch, and I don’t know who the girl is but she’s as cute as it gets for someone looking like they may be about to cut somebody. Is that Osha?
After tomorrow Game of Thrones fans will no doubt begin withdrawal symptoms until the third season, but at least can ponder the list of new characters coming our way in Game of Thrones season 3 – a list I talked about yesterday - that fans of A Storm of Swords (one of the best books ever!) are salivating to see come to life.