Game of Thrones: ‘The Queen’s Justice’ React

Episode Three of Season Seven has just aired.  Obviously, if you haven’t watched, stop reading.  There’s spoilers ahead.

The moment we’ve all been waiting for.  Jon and Daenerys.  They would be great together.  But they’re niece and nephew.  I’m not into that Lannister shit.

Davos nearly spilled the beans about Jon’s rebirth.  C’mon, Onion Knight, keep your cool.

Cersei just got her rocks off killing that Sand Snake.  I get why she wanted it.  Still hate her.

Tyron’s quotes.  He’s the man.

Did you see the look Dany gave Jon.  DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT, HE’S YOUR RELATIVE.

I’m surprised they brought Bran back into the fold.  But that was heartwarming.

Bran is creeping me out.  I don’t care if you’re the Three-Eyed Raven, you don’t need to be so creepy.

SAM DID IT.

Slughorn is not amused.  Don’t fuck with the Potions Master, Tarly.  But you didn’t fuck up.  So we good.

You’re still our little bitch.  You’re basically a freshman, but worse.

Casterly Rock is Helm’s Deep, but not as epic.

If the Unsullied are half the warriors they’re supposed to be in the book, they’ll take Casterly Rock with like ten percent casualties.

Damn, I was excited to see the Lannisters go down.  At least we know why they didn’t go balls to the walls with the battle.

Cersei made some smart moves.  This chess match will be incredible.

Queen of Thorns going toe-to-toe with Tyrion for best lines

“I want her to know it was me.”  Olenna, you’re cold. Jamie regrets letting you die peacefully.

I know that’s not a lot, but I’m new at this. Not quite as action-packed as some may hope, but the plot builds further and the story is moving.  The on-coming war will be insane.

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I grew up in Springfield, Delaware County. From about two-years-old on, sports were my thing. If I wasn't watching them, I was outside in the yard, street, park, wherever, playing them. I had an immediate love for the Flyers and Phillies and have followed both as long as I can remember. I moved to Maine a few years back, chasing a dream to work in sports. I'm still following that dream and Sons of Saxer is the perfect place for that path to continue.

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