Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5 Review

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After an explosive episode of Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5 we look towards the final episode and what that may bring. Daenerys has destroyed King’s Landing and we also saw the final fates of our main characters: Jaime, Cersei, Qyburn, Euron, The Hound and his brother the Mountain. Though all our enemies are gone we see that a new one may have risen.

Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 6 will air May 19th 2019 and will be the overall final episode of the series that has gone on for almost 10 years. With almost 2 hours of content this will be one of the longest episodes for a television show and will likely conclude with record breaking views for HBO. Let me know what you thought of it down below. and don’t forget to hit that subscribe and bell button to stay notified

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Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series created for HBO by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. Based on the fantasy novel series, A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin. A Game of Thrones is one of the most successful television series to ever made and continues to captivate audiences all over the world. The series is set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos, and interweaves several plot lines with a large ensemble cast. The first narrative arc follows a civil conflict among several noble houses for the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms; the second covers the attempts to reclaim the throne by the exiled last scion of the realm’s deposed ruling dynasty; the third chronicles the rising threat of the impending winter and the legendary creatures and fierce peoples of the North. Game of Thrones is set to return for Season 8.

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47 thoughts on “Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5 Review

  1. Mi ke

    There seemed to be as much thought put into this episode as Rambo IV! Death and lots of it and never mind common sense! The giant crossbows are all wiped out, most of the army's are defeated, the bells of surrender are ringing and the only thing left to do is kill the wannabe queen! No, I know, I'll kill all the men, woman and children!
    There's a saying in Game Of Thrones, you toss a coin, heads the Targaryen is mad, tails the Targaryen is seine; Danny's coin must have landed on its side!

  2. M Leightle

    yea, kinda disappointing, kinda makes what happened in episode 3 useless…everyone betrayed the moment in the end, including the mad queen, no one was listening to Jon anymore, so, all around cluster fuck and well Trump, that giant backwashed douchebag is in the white house trying to get a war with Iran going, so there are bigger more important things to worry about but Game Of Thrones didn't have to close out like this, but they allotted themselves 6 episodes to tell the rest of the tale a year or more ago, so like all series' when they coming to a close, it's done fast and messy..

  3. hillbill79

    Has no one considered that Dany might not have gone mad? Perhaps Drogon did it on his own and Dany had no control over it. She set off for the red keep, aimed straight a it, got part way there and then Drogon started BBQ'ing everything. He lost his brothers, is an intelligent animal and might have just gone full retard in the heat of the moment. After all, you never saw Dany again after she took off. For all we know, she was helpless and just hanging on? Just a thought.

  4. mjinba07

    Tyrion HAD to tell Dany. He'd tried to save Varys by pleading that he not betray Dany. He saw Jon shut Varys down, knew the vig was up, and knew Dany would piece it out. So telling Dany was an expression of his loyalty and also his only shot at surviving at that point.

  5. Paul Cassell

    Ok time to theroy craft;

    The reason why it doesn't seem to fit that Danny has become the mad queen, is because she is not a mad queen. Why didn't we see any close up's of her burning innocents in Kings Landing, because she lost control of Drogon and was fighting to control him.

    Bran had the vision of Drogon flying over Kings Landing, the Three Eyed Raven promised Bran that he would never walk again but that he would fly (maybe that meant more than Crows), Bran warged into Drogon….

    Now so far in the story Bran has only divided Jon & Danny. His reason for telling Jon about his parentage has not had any fulfillment yet. All that information has done is divide Jon & Danny and cause strife for her making her seem less and less stable. Bran even sided with Jamie when he arrived not exposing him as his attacker to antagonize Danny even more. I can't think of a single positive action Bran has carried out other than to be bate for the NK.

    Everthing that Bran has done has undermined Danny.

    She has taken the Iron Throne, yes. Will she keep the Iron Throne, no and Bran has made sure that she won't. Now I can't fully explain his motives, maybe he wants Jon on the throne, maybe he wants Dragons removed from the world after the defeat of the NK (Danny might exicute Drogon for the death he caused as she cannot control him, to try to save face with the people of the 7 Kingdoms).

    Bitter sweet ending Danny takes the Iron Throne but loses all three of her children for it, then is assainated for a war crime that she did not commit. After helping to save the 7 Kingdoms from the army of the dead and Cersei.

    Jon is crownd King crying on the Iron Throne. The Three Eyed Raven's true manipulation was to use Danny then disgard her after she had surved her purpose. Consider Bran's use of Hodor.

    It's probably not going to end this way, I'm just hoping that we have a twist like this to excused what we all fear is poor quality writing and rushed plots/ character arcs on the part of the shown runners.

    Please Carmine if you read this let me know what your think? Love your work. Paul

  6. Chris Dee

    Everyone getting so precious about Daenerys going of the rails. Its Game of Thrones ffs, it's not a Disney cartoon. Anyone that didn't expect this would happen hasn't been paying attention to the show. Her father went nuts as did her brother. Too much inbreeding or possibly coffee!

  7. Adheil

    The main issue with this season they tried to cram 2 seasons worth of character development into 6 episodes. HBO really should have pushed for 10 episodes. The way the golden company went out smh man smh, they were built up as this badass sell swords and they just get wiped out in 5 seconds. I really didn't need to see the Jamie/Euron fight even though these two hate each other I was meh. I always expected Cersi to have another out, some boat waiting for her just in case shit went super south like it did. I quite liked the ending Cersi and Jamie had they were always meant to go out together. Cleganbowl, or whatever I didn't think it was terrible, it was okay. I would have liked a continual 5-minute fight scene instead of cutting in and out. I could care less about it being on an even height playing field. In terms of Danny she has always had this madness in her.

  8. ShopAHaulique With Jacqueline Rae

    Arya- What do we say to the God of death, not today.

    Sandor has been Arya's father figure since season 4. In 5.6 the Waif beats it out of her that she cares for the Hound. His major sacrifice is not dying killing an already dead Gregor. It is sharing what little humanity he held onto pass to Arya. Don't be me, it's too late for me, but not for you. LIVE!

  9. ABhishek UPadhyay

    The episode was superb in terms of technicalities but it was
    very badly written .
    By this we can guess that in next episode:
    Dany will give a bad speech,
    Dany will be killed by Jon,
    Drogon will take her corpse to some unknown place,
    Everybody will decide who can become new king.
    Tyrion will probably die

    Most interesting thing which they can do as make Jon the new knight king after seeing all the madness in the world ,he starts hating humans

  10. PassivesAbseits

    Cleganebowl sucked. And here is why: It served no purpose. If they forced the Hound to fight the Mountain to protect or save someone we care about… like Sansa.
    The way they handled it, it literally didnt matter who would win this fight. Which means it is completly meaningless action. But yeah, it looked cool, I'll give them that.

  11. sonnat25

    Man…so many people complaining about the show. Yes, I have definitely got complaints about how the night king was handled….why on earth the show was rushed…. but….I actually really did enjoy this episode 5….yes…there are holes and weaknesses etc…..but I have decided not to take it so frikking seriously. I enjoyed it for what it is…. a story. We are not meant to take it seriously….first world problems, I guess. If you find so much to complain, just stop watching it. Just stop. No one is putting a gun to your head to continue to watching it. Nothing is more off-putting than people that just complain….and complain…and complain. But I guess that's what your channel is what is mostly about. You must be a joy to be around.

  12. Queen B

    Everyone keeps saying Dany was justified in her past atrocities, but forgot she was talked down from her original plan. She wanted to burn a city and return it to ash Tyrion talked her down to do something else. She sent Daario to kill all the masters or something and Jorah talked her down.

  13. Bonnie Yousuf

    I think it’s unfair that everyone is mad at Jon for telling the Starks that he is not a Stark (or that he is half a Stark). Daeny was selfish to ask him not to tell the Starks so she can get her throne! It was obvious that Daeny cared about throne more than the people since the beginning but she was not compelled to deal with someone who is more liked and better than her

  14. Joya Di Caela

    I totally agree with your video. Although this was the best shot episode ever. The camera work, jeez amazing! Such a shame they spend all the effort on the production/effects etc… and didn't focused more at the story line and characters, because that is what has won people hearts before and now it is missing.

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