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22-06-2020, 04:52   #1
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The worst end to any story of all time.

I know it has been a year or more but I honestly think the dreadfulness of the last season, especially being so invested, is going to stick with me for my whole life
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05-09-2020, 22:07   #2
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I know it has been a year or more but I honestly think the dreadfulness of the last season, especially being so invested, is going to stick with me for my whole life
Yep, very rushed.
It deserved a better ending.
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I know what you mean. I used to watch GOT repeatedly from season 1 until around season 5 when quality started dropping. There were still epic episodes aftwrwards like Battle of the Bastards but I just can't bring myself to watch the utter ****e that were the last couple of series again.

Lost was another show with an equally crap ending, but lost its way a lot sooner. GOT had so much more potential for a great ending that did the story justice.
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It was so predictable for me the ending . Considering it was a show that surprised throughout
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Considering I have no memory of creating this thread, and the time it was created I can only deduce that I was extremely drunk at the time

May have overstated it a little but it definitely sucked hard, especially after years of reading books and getting up or staying up for 2am premieres of new episodes.

The fact that it means this or something like it is what we have to look forward to in the remaining two books is an extra kick in the nuts, but I console myself that it doesn't really look likely that they'll ever be finished now.
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Every time I see Ads on TV for "stream every episode of these epic shows" on SKY and the like, I recoil in horror at the thought of having to watch that last season again.

I never will.
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