She cuts his throat the same way her own mother's throat was cut, in the very same hall at the Red Wedding. The High Sparrow was a great villain. C'est la vie. Sam and Gilly popping up after disappearing was just plain random. Feast your ears! It sounded every bit as good as I thought it would. Lady Mormont for president. Yes, indeed, and perhaps the most dangerous of them all is sleeping under your own roof. Perks of being the hand of the Queen and all that jazz. For a show that boasts some of the best music on television, somehow Game of Thrones managed to up the ante even more in the Season 6 finale. There's no denying Margaery was smart. Lady Mormont is one of those people that would be great at haggling on prices. Tommen is one of the weakest characters that has ever been on the show, so I'm not sorry to see him go. 'Game of Thrones' season 6, episode 9 review (spoilers): Ramsay Bolton, meet Jon Snow. I'm not sure how I feel about this just yet. Cersei relishes her victory, going down to the dungeon where she has Septa Unella tied to a table. In the great hall of Winterfell, as the various Houses and knights and wildlings all argue over what to do, the wonderful Lady Mormont cuts through all the bickering and chastises the Lords Manderly and Glover for their shameful refusal to help Jon Snow. Dany is leaving the squalid, amoral, and dreadfully boring slaver cities for Westeros. Something about the stony expression she always wears only reinforces this more. You should never underestimate a Lannister... not even if they're your flesh and blood. Do not read unless you have watched season six, episode 10 … It felt unnecessary, like something that would have fit nicely into next season. But not before she lets him know that his sons are dead, and that she's a Stark, back for revenge. Him sitting on the Iron Throne with Sansa by his side. Even though she's as wicked as they come, it was nice of her to at least give Tommen a chance. Fear, he tells Jaime, is power. Cersei kills the High Sparrow, Margaery Tyrell, Loras Tyrell, the Lord of Highgarden himself, and her own uncle Kevan Lannister, all in one murderous moment. She's to ride south immediately, and will be executed for murder if she ever returns to the North. Brothel Worker: You got my money?Pycelle: Later, go way. Instead of killing her, Jon banishes Melisandre. When she tells Tyrion she "felt nothing" dismissing Daario, it was almost...sociopathic---like she truly felt nothing, like the inside of her soul is just a black hole. Poor Benjen, stuck north of the Wall. I don't care what anyone says about my fast-travel critique, this is just utterly silly beyond belief. Right from the first scene, and right up until the last, just about every bit was simply gorgeous. I won't dwell on it long. I want our protagonists to learn from their struggles, not just die off in big, shocking ways. There's simply no way that Varys traveled all the way to Dorne and then, for no reason whatsoever, magically returned to Meereen so he could travel right back to Dorne. Watch Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 Online, Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 Quotes, Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 Photos, About Us | Copyright Inquiry | Privacy Policy | Contact Us. Bran is the Three-Eyed Raven (Credit: HBO), Read Also: The Five Biggest Problems With Season 6 Of 'Game Of Thrones'. I'm with the chorus of commenters here and on Twitter and Facebook wondering about Ghost. I humble myself before the seven and accept whatever punishment the gods deem just. So did her own husband. She really knows what she's doing. Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. So long as the Wall is standing, the dead can't cross. He was constantly being manipulated. That's a huge hint for next season if ever I heard one. 22. The Starks and the Lannisters are on the rise. The entire thing plays out like a scene from The Godfather. And what good are the Freys to the Lannisters if every time they lose Riverrun the Lannisters have to go and win it back for them? Where is our favorite direwolf? That will be one of the more pressing questions on Game of Thrones Season 7. They're men cut from the same cloth, Frey tells him. There we have it. We learned so much tonight. All I know is that the show was looking awfully grim last season, to the point where it was starting to simply not be very fun. Updated Apr 02, 2019; Posted Jun 20, 2016 . Did she kill someone to take their face? That said, his decision to send Melisandre on her sweet merry way was just silly. It certainly feels like we're building towards the end of the show. Game of Thrones season 6 episode 10 finale review: Stories tied up to varying degrees of success. | Ancient powers dueling it out using humans as pawns rarely has cheery implications for said humans.). All Rights Reserved, This is a BETA experience. Follow him on Twitter. I did pretty good, too! That last bit---before they get better---is important. Olenna is between a rock and a hard place, so she would be wise to join forces with them. At a feast to celebrate the return of Riverrun to the Freys, Lord Frey tries to talk to Jaime. I feel like a lot of good politicking has been cut short. There's only a few strides between them, but the distance in that look was a yawning chasm. Davos joins in. 12 Crazy TV Moments That Left Us Muttering: WTF?!? But people don't fear the Freys, Jaime retorts. They're both kingslayers. Updated at June 27, 2016 5:36 am. Hit the comments below! The boy dashes out and cuts Lancel on the back of the leg---I believe the Achilles tendon---crippling the young zealot. Also, I don't think this episode was as fan-servicey as some people are suggesting, or that Game of Thrones has lost its way. Game of Thrones Season Finale Review: Winter is Here. It's also quite wonderful when he's proven wrong. That much was confirmed. This is when Jaime will abandon her, will start to become the good man that lives inside him unshackled from his wicked, ruthless sister. Of course, it was during the trial of Loras Tyrell that I first noticed just how striking the score was, so we'll follow our ears, through the city streets and up the steps, pitter patter, to the High Sept. We'll begin in... "When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die." © 2020 TV Fanatic They all go up in green flame. If Dragon's Bay is never featured on the show again, it means that we've likely seen the last of Daario and his constant whining. Spoilers through Season 6 of 'Game of Thrones' follow. I want things to get better---maybe not perfect, maybe not utterly predictable---but better. The killing of Walder Frey is something that has needed to happen on the show since the Red Wedding. So many died. That (and many other predictions) have come true, and finally (FINALLY!) She's right to tell them all to leave, to run, as fast as they can. The boy king, overwhelmed by the monstrosity of his mother's crime, undoubtedly racked with guilt at his own part in it, and grieving at the loss of his wife and all the other dead, sets down his crown and then steps out the window. Why does Tyrion believe in her? ~ Bran Stark. It just seemed like her plot had reached a natural conclusion, so her claiming the throne came out of nowhere. You may opt-out by. She's ready for death, but the Lord of Light isn't done with her yet. So with that out of the way, and House Frey brought low by one little girl, we'll fly further north still, to the snow-swept battlements of... Young Ned, young Lyanna, and baby Jon Snow (Credit: HBO). Promise me." Jaime is no fan of Lord Walder Frey. On the other hand, Cersei's move was so utterly devastating that it kind of makes up for any lost subtleties. This is a terrific moment---Lord Frey needed to go very badly, and now he can go straight to the same hell as Tywin Lannister and Roose Bolton (there's a special hell for Ramsay)---but I do wonder how Arya is doing the face-changing thing without actually being one of the Faceless Men.