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Game of Thrones Feedback: Book of the Stranger | Season 6, Episode 4

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  • GeekFurious

    Cersei’s plan with the Tyrells feels off… unless she’s planning on betraying them. Maybe she found out her son was killed by them… and she’s going to get her revenge. If so, her plan will definitely not go perfectly, because Cersei is her own worst enemy who never learns from her mistakes.

    • Brendan Fitzpatrick

      They way i see it, is that she (Cercei) knows it will go terribly wrong and is hoping it results in if not one, both of Loras and Margery’s deaths, keeping her in power over Tommen, and ousting the Tyrells from KL rule.

      • GeekFurious

        Except Tommen won’t react well to that. He’s madly in love with his queen.

        • @Wharfrat1625

          To your earlier point she’s her own worst enemy and will likely ostracize Tommen as the whole thing backfires on her.

    • The way she will take revenge on the Tyrell is to involve them directly and exclusively with the massacre that is to come, when the Tyrell army will kill the High Sparrow and his fanatics. That’s why she asked her uncle to stay away from the conflict. She’s diabolic.

  • Shevek

    Benjen Button was Ollie!

    • Shevek

      I think it’s more than a 0% chance it was Sansa. But Petyr seems more likely.

      • Shevek

        Wait yeah, Sansa probably wouldn’t know about Rickon…what am I thinking?

        • Shevek

          Maybe the Night’s King sent the letter?!

  • Kolohe

    Re: going in the past and changing things

    Even if Ned would have declined the offer to be the Hand (or was never given that offer in the first place), wasn’t Sansa the most likely bride for Joffrey anyway?

    Sansa goes down the King’s Landing, marries Joffrey (while King Robert) is still alive, the Lannisters knock off Robert to put Joffrey on the throne, and then a civil war happens anyway, instigated by Joffrey treating Sansa really badly.

    • Jasper Stone

      Why does Robert have to die in the Starks stay in Winterfell history change? Wasn’t Robert mainly killed off as a way of preventing Ned from telling him that Joffrey isn’t his kid? If you hire a dumb or non caring hand then Robert can still remain as king for the rest of his likely short natural life, and Joffrey still becomes king, just without starting a war.

      Unless the Starks quickly figure out that it was Jamie who pushed Bran out the window, there shouldn’t be a war.

  • NatalieKuchik

    I just watched season 3 over again last week, so I was laughing so hard while walking around my neighborhood listening to the part of you all discuss Littlefinger’s comment about “joining the fray.” It has nothing to do with the Frey’s.
    At the end of season 3 Littlefinger makes a comment about how the Vale stayed “out of the fray” when Cat asked for help from her sister, and because she refused to help, the Lanister’s have control of King’s Landing.
    I think his comment about “it’s time for us to join the fray” is a throwback to his “The Vale stayed out of the fray” comment in season 3 episode 8.