Best Scenes in Game of Thrones Season 5 So Far
Don’t you love it when the bad guys – or women – finally get the taste of their own medicine? You have been spending times watching the episodes where they do bad things to other people, and waiting for that revenge time? Well, this is what’s happening to Cersei when karma finally comes knocking on her door.
Game of Thrones season 5 may not feature the best episodes so far, but there are a certainly surprising twist and surprises that you make you go ‘horrray’ or go ‘blah’. But at least this season won’t go plain and boring, as there are some fun episodes that you will go cheering for. “The Gift is certainly one of the best must-watch episodes. Keep in mind, though, that you’d better have watched all the episodes from season 5. Otherwise, it is better for you to stop reading and walk away. You have been warned; I’ve told you so.
About Cersei’s thing…..well, one f the best moments of this season is probably when we see Cersei being dragged to the cell by the High Sparrow’s men. after what happened to Margaery, is it is only logical that we hope something as bad as that will happen to Cersei – or even worse. The horrific look on her face is priceless – some of her haters even revisiting that scene over and over again for the satisfaction of revenge. But as we finally get our satisfaction, aren’t you curious about the High Sparrow’s plan, after all? What’s he after and what further plan that he has in mind?
Nevertheless, there is scene between Olenna Tyrell and Littlefinger, where Baelish indirectly told Olenna about him telling Cersei about Olyvar – where Marge and Loras are being imprisoned –and then he won’t doubt doing the same thing again to take Cersei down in his attempt to help Olenna. This raises questions whether Cersei being imprisoned is totally a coincidence or the Queen of Thorns has intervened?
However, some of the fun stuffs are ‘tarnished’ with another not-so-fun scene. It seems that HBO is in favor of sex scenes so much that there is a scene where two Night Watch’s men almost rape Gilly – as if the offensive and brutal Sansa’s rape scene weren’t enough. And to make things worse, it seems that Sansa’s life is only getting gloomier and sadder from that wretched night. But strangely, it is Theon’s character that develops more than Sansa’s and it is kind of sad to see Theon betray her for his loyalty to Ramsay – although it is hard for Theon himself.
It seems that the almost-being-raped scene for Gilly is used to show Sam’s bravery – although it is the Ghost that finally saves them both as Sam is being beaten off pretty badly. Another worth-to-wait moment is when Daenerys is finally meeting with Tyrion, although such meeting hasn’t happened in the book. Daenerys seems to finally understand the role of Tyrion Lannister and his use for her – judging from the fact that he’s one of the smartest persons she has ever met so far.