Every Game of Thrones Episode Ranked — The Wojcicki Cut
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GoT is eating the greatest tub of ice cream you have ever had and then finding a dead rat at the bottom.
When Grenn recites the oath during his last stand against the giant it gives me chills every time. He knew he was going to die, but he held the goddamned gate.
Regarding the Red Wedding, I have to praise the book-reading community for not giving up the game beforehand.
im glad Ned's death is appreciated for how shocking it was. When I first saw the episode, I remember thinking, "alright, this is stupid. I know we want the stakes to be high, but how can he possibly get out of this situation without it being super forced?" and then he just... doesn't, and it changed the way I saw the show completely.
People don't like Ygritte's death? Damn, it definitely makes my top 5. That shot of Jon cradling Ygritte as the camera pans away, the battle continuing on behind them as no one even notices whats happened, gets me every time. And the fact that Olly was the one who killed her, a kid who neither Jon nor the audience can even be mad at considering his established motivation, showcases that nuance the first couple seasons did so well.
I think that too often, Charles Dance is given the undisputed title of "Best character performance in GoT", and while I don't deny it's an amazing performance, Mark Addy's short-lived, bombastic, and memorable performance as Robert Baratheon deserves more than an honorable mention; he should be a damned contender. He had 7 episodes to work with, and he made brilliant use out of every second. He could be jovial, brotherly, argumentative, proud, wrathful, sympathetic, vulnerable, pensive and belligerent.
As a character, he hit more emotional beats than most characters do in the entire show, and did so in less time than most of them had. And Mark Addy nailed every scene of it. GoT's portrayal of Robert Baratheon is one of the most fully realized, well-rounded characters in the show.
"Hodor had remained a fan favourite this far into this series in no small part due to the writer's inability to make him say terrible dialogue."
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"Ned's death may be the defining moment of game of thrones, it's either that or..." I love how literally every single person watching this knew what was coming as you said that. Well played.
SPOILERS (...i guess)
3:23 - 73 - The Bells (S08E05)
5:11 - 72 - The Iron Throne (S08E06)
8:10 - 71 - The Long Night (S08E03)
11:00 - 70 - The Last of the Starks (S08E04)
12:51 - 69 - The Dragon and the Wolf (S07E07)
15:36 - 68 - Winterfell (S08E01)
18:11 - 67 - Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken (S05E06)
20:04 - 66 - Beyond the Wall (S07E06) (with Alt Schwift X)
24:21 - 65 - The Spoils of War (S07E04)
25:53 - 64 - Stormborn (S07E02)
27:43 - 63 - The Door (S06E05)
30:16 - 62 - Battle of the Bastards (S06E09)
32:43 - 61 - Eastwatch (S07E05)
34:21 - 60 - Book of the Stranger (S06E04)
36:33 - 59 - Dragonstone (S07E01)
37:53 - 58 - No One (S06E08)
39:31 - 57 - The Queen's Justice (S07E03)
41:37 - 56 - A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms (S08E02)
43:40 - 55 - Home (S06E02)
45:04 - 54 - Blood of My Blood (S06E06)
46:38 - 53 - Oathbreaker (S06E03)
48:18 - 52 - The Broken Man (S06E07)
49:52 - 51 - The Winds of Winter (S06E10)
52:53 - 50 - The Dance of Dragons (S05E09)
54:38 - 49 - The Red Woman (S06E01)
56:12 - 48 - Sons of the Harpy (S05 E04)
57:40 - 47 - High Sparrow (S05E03)
59:12 - 46 - The Gift (S05E07)
1:00:34 - 45 - The House of Black and White (S05E02)
1:01:56 - 44 - Breaker of Chains (S04E03)
1:03:35 - 43 - The Children (S04E10)
1:06:01 - 42 - Kill the Boy (S05E05)
1:07:27 - 41 - Mother's Mercy (S05E10)
1:09:13 - 40 - Oathkeeper (S04E04)
1:11:11 - 39 - The Wars to Come (S05E01)
1:12:42 - 38 - Hardhome (S05E08)
1:14:57 - 37 - First of His Name (S04E05)
1:16:17 - 36 - And Now His Watch Is Ended (S03E04)
1:17:47 - 35 - The Old Gods and the New (S02E06)
1:18:36 - 34 - Garden of Bones (S02E04)
1:19:42 - 33 - Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things (S01E04)
1:20:45 - 32 - The Night Lands (S02E02)
1:20:52 - 31 - Mockingbird (S04E07)
1:22:22 - 30 - The North Remembers (S02E01)
1:23:21 - 29 - Dark Wings, Dark Words (S03E02)
1:24:28 - 28 - Two Swords (S04E01)
1:26:06 - 27 - A Man Without Honor (S02E07)
1:27:33 - 26 - The Climb (S03E06)
1:29:01 - 25 - The Prince of Winterfell (S02E08)
1:30:27 - 24 - The Laws of Gods and Men (S04E06)
1:31:40 - 23 - Mhysa (S03E10)
1:33:26 - 22 - Second Sons (S03E08)
1:34:27 - 21 - Lord Snow (S01E03)
1:35:23 - 20 - The Mountain and the Viper (S04E08)
1:36:53 - 19 - Winter is Coming (S01E01)
1:38:13 - 18 - Valar Dohaeris (S03E01)
1:39:21 - 17 - The Ghost of Harrenhal (S02E05)
1:40:43 - 16 - The Kingsroad (S01E02)
1:41:49 - 15 - The Pointy End (S01E08)
1:42:47 - 14 - The Bear and the Maiden Fair (S03E07)
1:44:08 - 13 - What is Dead May Never Die (S02E03)
1:45:35 - 12 - Walk of Punishment (S03E03)
1:46:58 - 11 - Valar Morghulis (S02E10)
1:48:48 - 10 - You Win or You Die (S01E07) (with RedTeamReview)
1:50:43 - 09 - A Golden Crown (S01E06)
1:51:45 - 08 - Kissed by Fire (S03E05)
1:53:40 - 07 - The Lion and the Rose (S04E02)
1:54:48 - 06 - The Wolf and the Lion (S01E05) (with Alt Shwift X)
1:57:27 - 05 - Baelor (S01E09)
the actual best episode ok
1:58:35 - 04 - The Rains of Castamere (S03E09)
2:00:23 - 03 - Blackwater (S02E09)
2:02:09 - 02 - Fire and Blood (S01E10) (with Preston Jacobs)
2:05:30 - 01 - The Watchers on the Wall (S04E09)
I realized this on my most recent watch through.. Miranda’s father is the kennel keeper. So that means if Ramsay is feeding her good meat to the hounds… her dad is going to have to butcher his own daughter and watch her be consumed.
He’s even more of a monster than we realized!
Going worst to best is such an emotional catharsis. I spent the first 30 minutes of the video wanting to abandon this world and never watch another asoiaf theory video. By the end I wanted to rewatch the first 4 (or maybe 5) seasons and finish the books.
I don’t want to imagine what D&D would have done to Tywin if he didn’t die in S4.
Red Wedding is so powerful every show started copying it and none reached the level of impact Red Wedding had.
"No One" is the episode that snuffed out any remaining hope I had for the show.
Specifically Arya's storyline. The whole point of the faceless men's training is to erase any personality of the trainee, creating "no one," a person that can become anyone. All of that had been clearly established at that point, so it was extremely fucking baffling when Arya, despite literally blatantly rebelling against the training, is declared to have "become no one" by Jaqen H'gar. What makes it even more insulting is that when she walks out on him (despite apparently succeeding in her "no one" training) he literally just *lets her*. She has intimate knowledge of the inner workings of one of the most powerful and secretive organizations in the world AND HE JUST LETS HER GO ON HER MERRY WAY WITH NO REPRECUSSIONS. What a fucking joke.
The thing that's incredible about the Red Wedding is how rewatchable it is, i watched it 3 times and it made me shocked everytime, how they made the wedding so fun, so wholesome and heart warming seeing chadmure being happy about his wife and the jokes they told eachother sometimes even make you laugh, Until that door is closed..... And then it turns into an absolute fuckfist of a wedding, you can see how robb got broken from the betrayal, the last scream of caitlyn haunts some of us to this day
I got very upset around Battle of the Bastards about people saying Rickon should have zig-zagged. Like YEAH that's one of the more minor things to complain about but also it actually makes sense that in that bullshit scenario, a small child would run in a straight line to his brother.
Im glad actors like Faye Marsay who plays the Waif was able to get another chance to show off her acting chops in Andor. The difference between those two performances really shows you how long of a way actual good writing can go
it is fascinating to see how vastly different the show became in the later seasons, its like seeing 2 100% different series
The way they did Meera will forever scar me. She did so much and they just threw her away.
For me, it's "Fire and Blood" because it understands, on a fundamental level, how it's the character dynamics that make the show, not the flashy moments, and how well it handles those character moments. Ned's death is a hugely impactful moment and a lot of "Fire and Blood" is basically just saying "alright, this massive world event just happened - how would the main characters react?" It provides such good character defining moments that kickstart the show past its first arc along with the big moments like the dragons or the King in the North scene.