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The Small Council: What was the best episode of Game of Thrones Season 5?
Game of Thrones Season 5 had a well-defined structure to it. The first several episodes were slow and heavy on setup, while the last few were action-packed to an almost dizzying extent. This week, the writers at Winter is Coming debate which of the ten episodes did its job best. Let us know what you think in our poll!
RAZOR: Come on, this is a no-brainer…Episode 8, “Hardhome.” Or is it? Honestly, the very first episode of the season is my favorite this time around. Episode 1, “The Wars to Come” sets into motion events that would run through the entire season. Plus, how much weight should you give the show’s first ever flashback? I say a lot! Although Maggy the Frog wasn’t green and wart-covered like she was in the books, I still enjoyed seeing her interact with a perfectly cast young Cersei Lannister.
That flashback scene clarified that Cersei has always been a nasty and entitled little shit, which is how she acted in Season 5 until the High Sparrow fed her a heaping helping of comeuppance. Watching a snooty young Cersei, with her whole life ahead of her, cocksure that she would always remain beautiful and in power, threaten Maggy, only to be told that her life would be turned upside down in her older years—or as Tyrion so eloquently put it in Season 3, “Your joy will turn to ashes in your mouth and you will know the debt is paid”—really hit home as I watched her take her walk of atonement in the finale. The lioness of House Lannister finally had her mane shorn, her finery stripped from her, and her sins laid bare for all to see, and it was all setup in Episode 1, “The Wars to Come.”
KATIE: Episode 503, “High Sparrow,” lit up the screen with rays of hope—many of which were blotted out in episodes to come—but for one blissful week I could rest somewhat easy. Jaqen dropped a little Syrio panache when he told Arya that “There is only one god.” Both Arya and Sansa were well on their...Source: Winter is Coming
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