when evil has nothing to lose,
it creates destruction and chaos in order to get its way.
it doesn’t care about who gets harmed in the process.
i learned that in season 6 of “game of thrones“,
a show that mirrored what those will do to achieve power.
good characters turned bad for it.
folks you thought behaved badly redeemed their characters.
when cersei lannister lost everything and was about to go to trial for her sins,
ultimately stripping her of power,
she gathered her competition and each of her enemies in one room…
*i just sold “game of thrones” to a friend of mine.
now that she has free time,
she is thinking about watching that epic series.
i try to keep in mind that the final season didn’t happen,
but she didn’t need to know that.
i’ve been thinking a lot about that show tho,
especially “the starks” storyline.
for those who watched,
did you notice (light spoilers) that if…
^this is how i knew it was gonna be a shit show on “game of thrones“.
the moment a damn starbucks cup wasn’t cleared out of editing,
that is the moment i knew it wasn’t gonna end well.
everyone was talking about this show today.
on the final episode,
another recyclable made its way into a scene…
so “game of thrones” watch has ended.
as you know,
the finale was tonight.
Continue reading “so i watched the “game of thrones” finale and well…”
don’t read until you watch tonight’s episode
we want to see our enemies suffer.
i know that’s not of “God”,
but it’s normal to want retribution.
i know i’ve desired it with everyone who has done me wrong.
that’s what we all wanted for cersei tonight in “game of thrones“.
we didn’t really get that.
after the show was over,
and i had time to unpack,
i came to a conclusion…
*the entry has light spoilers
i always was fascinated with the “behind the scenes” of tv shows and movies.
when we watch,
we are often taken to a whole other world.
on set tho,
it’s a bunch of tents,
and a few hundred stagehands.
i was an extra in a movie and reality show once…