The Gift

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Finally, a match that everyone can be proud of: Tyrion and Dany meeting.

Oh yes, there was that little something extra about Cersei.

You see, there comes a time in everyone's life where Karma may come back to get them. If you have been a good person, have tried your best, hurt no one, been a loyal friend and/or family member and tried your best to live a good, productive life, then good Karma usually smiles on you.

However, if you have done nothing but lie, cheat, scheme, plot, betray, act violently or viciously towards other people, have used your power and wealth to get people abused, hurt, shamed or killed, well, then it stands to reason that eventually all of you bad deeds will come back to haunt you.

It usually happens when you least expect it. Say, when you frame your ex-fiance and his sister, who just happens to be your daughter in law, and have them tossed into jail. Say, when you sleep with your brother for years and the end result being three pregnancies, and you hide the fact that those children are not the offspring of your lawfully wedded husband and King. You know, when you commit incest with your brother. Oh, and with your cousin. Oh, yes...and get your cousin to ply your late husband with enough wine on a boar hunt to get him killed.

And conspire to have one of the greatest knights and fighters banished from your kingdom, because you are an idiot. And abuse and torment the daughter of your enemy. And constantly undermine and scheme to get rid of your younger brother. Let's also throw into the mix that you had relations with three other men of the Kings guard. The Kettleblack brothers.

Yes, these things have a tendency to come to light because you are an evil, sociopathic monster. You deserve everything that is coming your way.


Strip her of titles. Of wealth. Of power. Of protection.

She needs to be humiliated and dragged through the mud and be thrown to the wolves (yes, that is a nod to House Stark).

I feel no pity for a woman who has done nothing but bodily harm and acted incestuously for years, sowing the seeds of jealousy and hatred.

Oh, you're going to get yours, Cersei. And how poignantly the High Sparrow put it:

"What will we find, when we strip away your finery? A young man came to us, not long ago, broken in body and spirit. He had so much to strip away. So much weighing him down. But piece by piece, he unburdened himself. Let go of vanity, pride, sin. Now his soul is so light. He will float through the seven heavens like a bird... 

He has much to say about you...."

BOOM!!!!! Did you hear that? That was the sound of Karma exploding onto the scene!

Sansa.....and Ramsay?!

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WTH were you thinking, DB and D?!

REALLY?!?! Shame on you, using violence and assault on a character who has been abused and psychologically damaged for three seasons. Season Four was about her becoming smarter and learning survival skills at the hands of a master manipulator.

Yeah, stay classy, D & D.


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Book readers aren't too thrilled with some of the changes that have been taking place on the HBO series.

Let me reiterate that I understand it's a huge challenge to include every single character and every single plot line from book to screen play adaptation.

However, I think it's kind of silly when they don't include ones that fans were strongly hoping for (Lady Stone heart) but end up throwing characters together for the sake of another plot twist (placing Bronn and Jaime together, in order to go to Dorne, which does not happen).

I will concede that getting rid of some of the long winded plots (the endless travels and shenanigans that Tyrion has to undergo in order to get to Daenerys Targaryen) were a solid move. The faster Tyrion is on the move and gets into Dany's inner circle, the better. Same with Margaery and Tommen getting married and making Tommen older on the show. That was a good move. I also heartily approve of Tyrion and Jorah together, as well as placing Podrick and Brienne together. We need some comedic relief and some serious dramatic monologues, and those four are great with both.

BUT REALLY?! SER BARRISTAN and MANCE dying?! David and Dan, what on earth are you thinking?! And you wonder why fans are getting ticked off?!