If you didnt know she was crazy 2 seasons ago, you werent paying attention imo.
@Dolorous Fvcking Edd, Yeah, they've been building up to that for ever now.
@Dolorous Fvcking Edd, She burned the witch and herself alive at the end of season 1. Let’s be honest, she was always crazy.
Daenerys Targaryen, burning folks alive circa season 1.
@TheLaaaaaaaaazyEye, honestly. She has been power hungry and ruthless under the pretense of getting the iron throne ever since she learned she was 'the last dragon' and basically disowned viserys
@TheLaaaaaaaaazyEye, Daenerys the burninator. Burninating the countryside.
@aminalFacks, and she comes in the NNIIIIIIIIIIGGHHTTT!!!!
@Dolorous Fvcking Edd, her being crazy is the reason I never really liked her character to begin with
@Dolorous Fvcking Edd, Bless this app, I can always count on you guys to make sense while the rest of the internet”rrreeeeesssss”
@Dolorous Fvcking Edd, If you think she would randomly burn everyone in kings landing then it’s you who hasn’t been paying attention, at all.
@agent339, wouldnt exactly call it random. Id call it a mental break. They happen. Everyone thinks its irrational because it is. Thats the point.
I actually liked the newest episode. It's far from perfect but it paid off some things from past seasons
This seasons breaking my heart with how bad it's been
@InsaneWorm, The first few episodes pacing was bad, but last weeks was good. Let's hope it's still good this week.
Edit: I love how some people want to be mad so much. What in my comment deserved downvotes?
@Weird Porn Stash, I think the only issue has been pacing. People are just making a massive deal out of it because the characters make choices they didnt like.
@Dolorous Fvcking Edd, Up until the last episode, the only thing I did like (other than the score and cinematography) was the characters' decision making. Dany, Sansa, and Jon in particular all seemed to have complex motivations that made sense given their development, with none of them being 100% wrong or 100% right. Dany came off like the Mad Queen but was really just making the same ruthless decisions any ruler (including Need Stark) has to make, Sansa had genuine reasons to be concerned about a foreign power with no allegiance to the North but was also being paranoid, and Jon's decisions to be a more passive leader and take the role of mediator had consequences he didn't predict (as usual for Jon).
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Then the last episode is like, "lol no, Dany mad, Jon wrong, Sansa right, Sandor want revenge (even though that's never been his motivation)." It's not the decisions themselves, it's the black-and-white absolution of them that's plagued the show ever since Season 5
@SimonPetrikov, All the black and whiteness had to come to a conclusion eventually, danys fall has been happening for a long time, and the hound has always wanted to kill his brother.
She's not even wearing it
@A pet named Steve, oh it says 'tomorrow'. My bad. *Lights self on fire in shame*