Game of Thrones: Season 8 Episode 3 (Spoilers Review)

A brief review of the Season 8 Episode 3, The Long Night, including top 5 moments, the best kill, best quote, criticisms and a final score. Based on the series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin.

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Written by: GoT Academy, Civilization Ex, Because Geek, Secrets of the Citadel, Gray Area, Ideas of Ice and Fire, History of Westeros, and Smokescreen

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0 thoughts on “Game of Thrones: Season 8 Episode 3 (Spoilers Review)”

  1. My expectations in Game of Thrones hasn’t been high since the beginning season 7. Characters surviving impossible circumstances by luck or the stupidity in war and political strategies, they all have taken a toll on the show. This episode similar to the fist of the first men was dreadfully disappointing. There’s only so much stock value that people can take without suspending logicality, realism, and the rules established in the story.

  2. Hell yeah, thanks for keeping it real man.
    I can’t ignore how amazing the production value was of the episode and definitely admire it for that, but I also can’t ignore the fact that for 70 episodes the show has been building up to a final climactic battle against the Night King.
    I was led to believe that the show was about one thing: the living vs the dead. I thought the lesson was that all the little squabbling between houses ain’t shit and the only battle we ever truly need to be ready for is the one against death. But now that he’s dead, it’s no longer about that. It’s about the squabbling houses.
    Also, Jon didn’t do SHIT. What the fuck?! I don’t mind Arya killing the Night King, but I do mind a huge waste of Jon -fucking-Snow in an episode called “The Long Night”. Makes no damn sense.
    Also, like 3 more main characters needed to die. Definitely took me out the episode.

  3. What if Azor Ahai has this whole time been a metaphor, and was actually a legend about a generation of heroes rather than an individual hero?

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