I could live with that, since I think Tyrion would be a decent King. But I'm not sure any scenario that ends with a Lannister on the Iron Throne would sit well with many GOT fans.My vote is Jaime kills Cersei. Tyrion on the Iron Throne at the end of it all.
He's told that Euron ambushed the fleet, captured Missandei, and Cersei ultimately had her executed. The assumption is Dany will unleash hell on King's Landing as a result, so the assumption is Jamie is going to try to stop it or protect Cersei.Watch this at 4:08
That's funny how they say Jaime loves Brienne but suddenly goes back to Cersei. Misdirection?
Please tell me what happened in the episode that made Jaime go back to Cersei? I didn't quite get it. He heard that she did something... what?
Based on what many of my coworkers and I have said they fully do not understand their audience. Several called the failure to show their response the biggest fail of the episode.In a ... telephone interview with IGN, "The Last of the Starks" director David Nutter explained why the episode didn't show Sansa and Arya's reaction.
"I think that David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] know very well that you don’t need to repeat what’s been said once, you want the audience to take it themselves and let the audience have an interpretation and then find out if your interpretation is correct," Nutter said. "So that’s, I think, a better way to tell a story where you’re not force-feeding the audience information they already know."
Nutter added that the audience knows that "[Arya and Sansa's] reaction will be less than stellar, but it’s more interesting not to say it and it will obviously then help provide more suspense in the story being told."
I'd be OK with it for no other reason than it goes against what we've come to expect from the show runners since they ran out of books for inspiration and pretty much went predictable, safe, and cliche', with a strong leaning into fan service.Has anyone actually considered that Cersei may win?
How crazy would that be??