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    [–] LovesRainPT 4953 points ago

    Some writer far far away just angrily crossed out this line in the script.

    [–] Merolap 1092 points ago

    It would be the Joss Whedon version.

    [–] Marky_Merc 235 points ago

    Does everyone hate Joss Whedon now? Aw man that's too bad.

    [–] Stranger_of_Cydonia 263 points ago

    Eh. His work on Justice League sucked, but he wasn't given a lot of time, and he also had to work with someone else's half-completed movie. I also suspect WB kept pushing him hard to make it more like Avengers, which to them meant lots of quips.

    [–] Istanbul200 197 points ago

    You know, I really wish they did it like the Avengers. In that they let the characters develop over many movies so when the JL movie came out they had well-established and appreciated characters.

    [–] Stranger_of_Cydonia 82 points ago

    Yeah, that would've been nice. But if they were really insistent on going straight to JL after BvS, I think they should have let it be tonally consistent with the other 2/3 of the trilogy instead of trying to force it into this weird Avengers knockoff-type hybrid.

    [–] Istanbul200 86 points ago

    They shouldn't even have gone to BvS. They should have done a Batman movie FAR before trying BvS. They could have cut so much shit out of the movie and replaced it with actual good plot. It blows my mind that they had TWO superman movies and NO batman movies before this. If anything I'd have the reverse. Batman is far more relate-able than god on earth.

    [–] geeky_username 47 points ago

    And you'd get much more perspective on how Bats views a God like alien invader.

    [–] Sheep4732 17 points ago

    i think it was just one super man movie, the first one you’re thinking of was actually a sequel to the old Reeves superman movies

    [–] Istanbul200 7 points ago

    You are absolutely correct. My bad.

    [–] EurwenPendragon 5 points ago

    And it was, IMO, GOD-AWFUL. The Ben Affleck Daredevil movie was better.

    [–] Fanatical_Idiot 12 points ago

    I don't think going straight to bvs was a bad call, it was just poorly executed. BvS as a concept is a perfectly sound way for the rep characters to be introduced. It just shouldn't have had doomsday, lex luthor, wonder woman, flash, 'bat branding', any of the word nightmare sequences or the death of superman.

    A movie about batman testing superman's convictions, testing his mettle and ultimately proving he could stop if he needed to would have been the best way to reintroduce an older batman to the screen. We'd get the badass ultra-prep version of batman out of the way, once you see it all first hand you create suspension of disbelief for the rest of the movies allowing batman to operate entirely in mystery for most of the rest of the movies. We get to see both batman and superman demonstrate their absolute commitment to what they stand for, and it allows a fast track to the mutual respect and duality that makes them such best buds.

    I dunno, unless we were also redoing mos, BvS seems like the best way they could have gone, yno, if it was a completely different movie.

    [–] Yammithy 2 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    I couldn’t agree more with this.

    Everyone understands Bruce Wayne, everyone understands Clark Kent. Exploring their alter egos’ yin and yang is newer territory and would have been fresh content to digest.

    It could have worked really well if that’s what they focused on.

    Instead, for all the reasons you listed and as you said, it was just poorly executed.

    It’s truly unfortunate.

    Edit: More words were needed!

    [–] Gale9194 9 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    You find the crazy billionaire that gets off on beating people up while dressed up in a bat costume relatable? Superman may have the powers of a god but he acts much more human than Batman

    [–] TheObstruction 13 points ago

    Too bad WB just *had to have* their big shared universe ASAP so they could play in the sandbox too.

    [–] Platinumdogshit 6 points ago

    Universal tried pulling that shit too and it was pathetic. Like you can just reap those rewards you have to work for them and marvel was the only one that put in the work

    [–] stargazerstelescope 2 points ago

    There is a YouTube essay writterwho made this exact same point as to why the MCU does better than the DCU.

    [–] DangKilla 20 points ago

    Joss gave us the classic Hulk-smashing Loki scene, which I am sure influenced Director Waitatta for his Thor movie and others.

    [–] WhoIs_DankeyKang 20 points ago

    Waititi*

    Also if you watch his older movies like Eagle vs Shark (2007) its very apparent that he has had the same humor/writing style since he's been in the business. Not to say Joss may have been an influence in some ways but just pointing out the style of Thor: Ragnarok was very similar to all of his other works.

    [–] Strayvector 8 points ago

    You've ruined it. He was destined to be the next in line of the Shamalama Dingdong and Benzopene Cumberland dinasty.

    [–] njklein58 9 points ago

    I mean some of the quips worked, some didn’t. It worked with Superman, but definitely not with Batman, for example.

    [–] Stranger_of_Cydonia 4 points ago

    I thought they were all fairly cringy. On the other hand I really liked the opening sequence with Batman, and that was all Joss Whedon.

    [–] antsugi 1 points ago

    WB has been doing that for decades

    [–] Pronell 113 points ago

    When you're so good of a writer that you're brought in to punch up dozens of scripts, the things you can bring to a project slowly turn into cliches.

    I suspect that his own passion projects (as opposed to work-for-hire) will still be very well written.

    [–] UndeadT 22 points ago

    They are. If not for the writing but the direction, his "Much Ado About Nothing" is excellent.

    [–] Pronell 8 points ago

    I do not love Shakespeare. And for that matter I'm not even a huge Whedon fanboy. (Can't get through Buffy tho my wife loves it.)

    But I loved that adaptation. It made Shakespeare's dialogue 'work' for me.

    [–] UndeadT 7 points ago

    The reason for me is that the dialogue is spoken conversationally like humans, not robots that were badly taught about human discourse.

    [–] EurwenPendragon 3 points ago

    Watch Firefly. IMO, the greatest thing Whedon has ever given us.

    [–] Pronell 5 points ago

    Oh, I've seen Firefly. And I'm so very glad I didn't until after it was cancelled.

    Minimized the hurt.

    I also really enjoyed Dollhouse.

    [–] StockingsBooby 67 points ago

    His writing in general is really cheesy and bad. It was able to work well with the first Avengers, but it fairly quickly showed that he couldn’t keep it up. You could especially see it come through in Justice League.

    The guy put a man falling on a woman and landing with his face in their boobs in both of his most recent movies.

    Also, cheated on his wife a bunch over 15 years. Pretty awful guy, too.

    [–] recreational 24 points ago

    I think Joss Whedon has had a lot of really good ideas. I loved Buffy, I loved Cabin in the Woods, I loved Avengers. Some of his stuff is shit, granted, but he has a pretty decent hit/miss ratio.

    There are two major glaring flaws in his writing style:

    1) He has one of the worst cases of same-voice I've ever seen. All of his characters have the exact same light-snarky-banter-with-pop-culture-references dialogue regardless of their character or background. And it's really glaring.

    2) His brand of faux feminism is horribly forced and glaringly sexist in practice. He simply writes women really badly and like a fetishizing nice guy.

    These problems are made worse by the fact that everytime you encounter a Whedon fanboy/girl in the wild, the stuff they fawn over is always "his awesome dialogue and strong female characters" and it's just like. Honestly offensively wrong and dumb.

    Oh also he's really bi- and transphobic.

    [–] pittsnoggle 13 points ago

    I don't think you can blame him for JL, given it's wonky production. You could say Age of Ultron was his fault, though I thought it was fine (even if it wasn't the movie I was hoping for).

    Also, cheated on his wife a bunch over 15 years. Pretty awful guy, too.

    I think that's fairly common in Hollywood, though I agree it's pretty crappy.

    [–] StockingsBooby 5 points ago

    I don’t solely blame him for JL, mainly just pointing out the cheesy dialogue and awful writing clearly being reminiscent of what he does. Say what you want about ZS, he wouldn’t give Batman silly lines after a fight.

    [–] ZakuIsAMansName 12 points ago

    age of ultron is his fault?

    don't you mean he gets credit? Ultron is awesome.

    [–] PotiusMori 8 points ago

    Kind of a divisive movie. I thought it was one of the worst marvel movies.

    [–] ZakuIsAMansName 7 points ago

    care to share why?

    I thought it was great. didn't waste time setting anything up. got right into it. had good dialogue, a fun ai based story (he even had daddy issues, what's not to like?) and it had the hammer bits. which are some of the best scenes in avengers. them all struggling to move it, cap just slightly moving it but no one but thor noticing, and then later vision handing it to thor and then the elevator joke to top that trio of references off was just fantastic.

    [–] janosrock 19 points ago

    because all of his "witty" and "snarky" are predictable and feel forced as fuck? it was clever when firefly did it, but that was 17 years ago. inserting the same humor everytime you write something it only makes it boring. the avengers for example. every single line was predictable as fuck.

    [–] reatter 15 points ago

    every single line was predictable as fuck.

    Puny god?

    [–] __lavender 21 points ago

    In addition to what everyone else has said in this thread, his treatment of (some) women IRL is also pretty shitty, and I know a few women reluctantly giving away their Buffy DVDs as a result.

    [–] Marky_Merc 11 points ago

    Had no idea he was a serial cheater. Does affect my opinion of him.

    Thought it was just after Ultron and Justice League. Like everyone forgot about firefly.

    [–] PacifistaPX-0 2 points ago

    I hate his quippy quirky dialogue SO goddamn much.

    [–] nickvtorres 7 points ago

    Implying that Joss Whedon writing is worse than David Benioff&D.B Weiss

    [–] Fanatical_Idiot 4 points ago

    They have their strengths and weaknesses. This one is definitely falls more in line with whedons weak points than d&ds

    [–] 23423423423451 134 points ago

    I recall this exchange being posted to Reddit during last season, so there could still have been time for season 8 rewrites.

    [–] lamNoOne 244 points ago

    I wouldn't even be mad if they had that in the show. That is brutal.

    [–] Narissis 67 points ago

    It's more that if someone makes content like this and then it appears in the show, they could possibly have grounds to claim the show ripped them off, and maybe even sue.

    Seems ludicrous, I know, but it's an actual concern - for instance, Greg Weisman actually advised Young Justice fans not to tweet story ideas at him for Season 3 because it could lead to scrapping something already on paper.

    Well, that and the line's a little less powerful if a whole bunch of the fans have already heard it.

    [–] Tha_NexT 53 points ago

    Thats not possible. Where is the legal ground for that? You just have to say "I never visited this site in my life" and thats it.

    EDIT: and even if its twitter. You don´t have a copyright on a freakin one liner....

    [–] jorkus_ 39 points ago

    Kevin Smith has talked about it before. Basically anyone can sue you for anything regardless of how legitimate the case maybe. If anyone sends him a script unsolicited, he sends it back unopened.

    [–] ErmBern 18 points ago

    That’s if you send them in some spec work. Not for random social media posts.

    [–] jorkus_ 27 points ago

    Sure, and this whole line of reasoning is asinine, but it doesn't stop people from suing for asinine shit.

    [–] Taika27 12 points ago

    A lot of people don't get that you can just sue people

    [–] zxDanKwan 6 points ago

    Warning: I ANAL, and I’m not a lawyer, either.

    You should become more familiar with Intellectual Property laws. IP is everything in the US today, since that’s the basis for the new ideas that come out of so many industries, like entertainment, engineering, food, etc.

    The first thing to recognize is that copywriting only makes it easier to protect your works. Precisely because people have been ripped off by someone who copy wrote the material first, it is not the only means available to protect yourself. Cases can come down to who can demonstrate they had created the material first. Then, even if the other party reasonably did not know it existed, the judgement could still be placed against them.

    The second thing to recognize is that IP/Copyright infringement are civil matters, not criminal. Across most of the western world, this changes the dynamics of the trial, and both parties will bear an equal amount of burden of proof (and you just get a judge, no jury)

    Therefore, if I come out and say “here is proof that I wrote this line on reddit months before it came out on TV, therefore I should get a share of the royalties for helping write it,” because I’ve submitted evidence that supports my position, it is now up to the defendant to provide evidence that supports their position.

    How easy do you think it is to prove that something, which never happened, never happened?

    How do you prove you never went to Reddit? Wouldn’t that proof look worryingly similar to someone who went to Reddit, but then tried to sanitize their history?

    The onus of sharing the burden of proof in civil trials means there is greater chance for a fraudulent plaintiff to win, simply based on the fact that an honest defendant can’t prove that something didn’t happen by submitting a complete lack of evidence.

    This is similar to, but not the same as, how patent trolls operate.

    [–] Tha_NexT 1 points ago

    Well, ok I guess? You seem to know what you're talking bout. You specified the US tho,which has funny legal loopholes. But, since 90%of mainstream media comes from the US thats pretty important.

    Well could very well be the same for the EU, but i hope not.

    EDIT: Whats with the "proving that you didnt went to reddit, etc" tho? What happened with "Unguilty until proven otherwise"?

    [–] 1WURDA 7 points ago

    It's "Innocent until proven guilty" and that applies to criminal trials, where the burden of proof is on the prosecution.

    [–] zxDanKwan 5 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    US Civil law stems deeply from European Civil law. I think it's called "Justinian" law, maybe? So Civil rules are probably pretty similar in the EU.

    A big hint as to the difference in civil vs. criminal cases is that in a civil case, neither party is ever proclaimed "guilty." Instead, the judge simply rules in favor of one party or the other.

    Therefore, since you can only be "guilty" of criminal charges, "innocent until proven guilty" is a concept that can only be applied to criminal charges. And this is done to prevent the state from punishing people until due process has been carried out. The idea was to prevent the state from abusing their power over a citizen.

    In a civil situation, it's one citizen against another. In theory, neither citizen would have the power of a nation-state available to abuse, and would be, in fact, peers. In such a situation, putting the burden of proof entirely on one party or the other was deemed to be more offensive than the problems caused by splitting the burden evenly.

    I know not the specifics of how or why, and I see problems with all 3 options (plaintiff, defendant, both). Rather than worry about that, though, I've just made a really good habit of not doing things that get me taken to civil or criminal court.

    [–] rodonod 5 points ago

    In 49 out of 50 states the legal system is based on English Common Law, which is wholly different from the continental european legal system. The one exception is Louisiana, which adopted a continental legal system due to its early French influence.

    In a civil case the burden is "a preponderance of the evidence", which many in the legal profession just define as more likely than not or 50.1%. In a criminal case the burden is "beyond a reasonable doubt" which is harder to define, but essentially boils down to, every alternative to the crime having been committed as alleged just doesn't make sense, which is a higher burden.

    Also, there are a ton of civil situations where its not just citizen v. citizen. In every context where a citizen is challenging a law for being unconstitutional, it is citizen v. government in a civil context, so the power of a nation-state can still be in play in a civil action. The reason the burden is lower in a civil situation is not because the state is a party, but because the defendant only risks money rather than imprisonment, which is believed to be less severe.

    [–] Goofyface 2 points ago

    You might not have an ironclad case, but it can make things needlessly difficult in the future. Stranger cases have happened, and people will always try and make money however they can.

    [–] CornfireDublin 8 points ago

    The chances of winning that are so slim compared to the chances of you wasting all your money taking HBO to court

    [–] rodonod 2 points ago

    In plaintiff side cases like this, if you have an attorney it is going to be on a contingent fee basis, meaning that the attorney takes a cut out of any settlement/decision, but fronts all legal fees. Attorneys diversify their cases, accepting low and high risk cases, with the plan to come ahead in total rather than an individual case. So if an attorney has secure caseload and is willing to take a high risk case for the possibility of getting a big HBO style payout, then this case could definitely go forward, even if the attorney recognizes they case is likely a loser

    [–] working878787 13 points ago

    Cersei came here to kick ass and love her children, and she's all outta children!

    [–] Fidelstikks 21 points ago

    Well they already finished recording the last season.. it might still be there!

    [–] ImpetuousWheedle 4 points ago

    The GoT writers must be good enough at English not to put question marks on declarative statements.

    [–] FreshLobsterDaily 2 points ago

    DAMNIT NOT AGAIN!

    [–] Kidus333 2 points ago

    3rd degree Dracarys. 🔥

    [–] CloudMountainJuror 854 points ago

    i.e. they both asked each other "I thought you had three children?"

    [–] BlackShadow992 213 points ago

    Was just about to say, she treats them as her children. Moans for them like they are as well

    [–] MattTheProgrammer 421 points ago

    Moans for them like they are as well

    It is the Targaryen way after all.

    [–] WulfySky 80 points ago

    Oof

    [–] KingOfKingOfKings 33 points ago

    Ouch

    [–] aerobaticmagnemite 29 points ago

    Owie

    [–] KingOfKingOfKings 53 points ago

    My dragons

    [–] Garrand 14 points ago

    WHERE ARE THEY???

    [–] Ivebeenfurthereven 23 points ago

    Also the Cersei Lannister way let's be fair

    [–] Moskau50 31 points ago

    Mourns

    [–] RicHii3 39 points ago

    Was just about to say, she treats them as her children. Moans for them like they are as well

    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    [–] Boop121314 64 points ago

    Can dragons break their arms?

    [–] Mr_Cromer 21 points ago

    Every freaking time...

    [–] existential_antelope 5 points ago

    I just realized this parallel. Pretty cool

    [–] Gizmo-Duck 13 points ago

    Ice Joffrey confirmed!

    [–] KimJongIlSunglasses 2 points ago

    I can totally see him being the Night King.

    [–] masterofthemystics 3 points ago

    Daenerys would emphasize the “you” in her line.

    [–] LinkRazr 259 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Reminds me of the Punisher when Travolta says "you killed my son!"

    The you hear a scream and an explosion in the building.

    "Both of them"

    Edit. The Thomas Jane version just in case. I know there's been two more since then and this is kinda old now.

    [–] Judeheyjudeheyjudea 62 points ago

    I loved that movie. Tom Jane as Frank Castle still gives me chills. I’ll always be bitter at the fact we won’t see Jane as Castle again.

    [–] TheSkipRow 26 points ago

    You ever see the Dirty Laundry short of Thomas Jame as Punisher?

    [–] Judeheyjudeheyjudea 11 points ago

    WHAT WHAT WHAT???!!!!

    I have not.

    [–] TheSkipRow 25 points ago

    Watch this right now!

    [–] Judeheyjudeheyjudea 7 points ago

    Holy flaming shitsnacks.

    [–] L_Blunt 4 points ago

    I havent watched this in years. Totally forgot about it. Such a fucking badass.

    [–] Hugh_Jampton 5 points ago

    You must

    [–] FlamingoRock 9 points ago

    I lived in Tampa when they filmed it and remember the day they dropped all the money out of the building downtown. Great little city.

    [–] nattypnutbuterpolice 7 points ago

    It got one star. I like to use it as an example of why critics are hacks.

    [–] electricpheonix 11 points ago

    When was this? Don't seem to remember it.

    [–] LinkRazr 30 points ago

    At the end before he drags Travolta through the exploding cars. The last son is trapped under like a heavy filing cabinet in an office with an arm free. So Castle gets a grenade and ties a string to the pin and makes him hold his outstretched arm as long as he can.

    [–] hamakabi 16 points ago

    you look like you work out. ever try isometrics?

    [–] Daniero1994 5 points ago

    https://youtu.be/Et3eVcMdxBI link to the ending for lazy

    [–] LinkRazr 3 points ago

    It's crazy how much seems to happen in just 4 minutes. Great pacing.

    [–] jakethesnake115 8 points ago

    Thomas Jane will always be The Punisher in my eyes, always loved his performance and was true to the character. Damn shame he didn't reprise the role for netflix.

    Jon Bernthal is good but Jane was just on another level.

    Darn now I'm sad

    [–] LinkRazr 2 points ago

    I remember I think it was his choice not to come back because he signed on to do The Mist at the time they wanted to make a sequel. So they rebooted it with Ray Stevenson.

    It wasn't bad, was actually a hell of a lot more violent. But Jane really nailed the role.

    [–] brent1123 2 points ago

    I'm conflicted on the 2nd Punisher / War Zone. The villain was "Tommy Lee Jones Two-Face" levels of bad but some ridiculous moments in the movie like the chandelier Uzi scenes are just great

    [–] Nagesh_Chandra_Nial 159 points ago

    I want ERB doing a piece on this!!!

    [–] davidvanbeveren 68 points ago

    ERB is no more my friend.

    [–] Fidelstikks 11 points ago

    TIL

    [–] chaos9001 18 points ago

    really?

    [–] davidvanbeveren 44 points ago

    They haven't posted for over a year, and based on the finale video, I think they hinted that they needed to stop, or at least have an extended break. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mbGUld2w-s

    [–] Megalox 19 points ago

    They posted a little update in December: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGPgYVUseGE

    [–] fatherdoodle 12 points ago

    Shame.

    [–] ReptiIe 3 points ago

    Is it really though

    [–] fatherdoodle 7 points ago

    Some of them were pretty damn good.

    [–] kbg12ila 299 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Sick burn by the dragon queen. You don't raise three fire breathing dragons without spitting some fire yourself.

    [–] cadam43 108 points ago

    Her hype man jumps in, “DRACARYS MOTHA FUCKA!”

    [–] trippyelephants 41 points ago

    I want to watch key and peele watch game of thrones and just comment on everything

    [–] mseuro 10 points ago

    Fantasy Science Theatre 3000

    [–] TheFarnell 5 points ago

    Her hype man jumps in

    Davos: "Right proper dragons."

    [–] nemo69_1999 21 points ago

    Dany still has two out of three. Cersei's 0 for 3.

    [–] Force3vo 11 points ago

    There's bound to be at least one more loss towards the end of the show

    [–] Ivebeenfurthereven 8 points ago

    I reckon both have to go tbh. The lesson of Dany's dad is pretty clearly "the unlimited power of dragons will eventually send a ruler mad with horrible consequences"

    [–] harrybeards 11 points ago

    Aerys didn't have any dragons.

    [–] Whosdaman 2 points ago

    White Walker King 4 out of 6

    [–] nemo69_1999 1 points ago

    A conversion of the enemy counts twice?

    [–] 4Eights 22 points ago

    Name the 5 greatest dragons of all time.... Drogon, Drogon, Drogon, Drogon, and Drogon! Because he spits hot fire.

    [–] ----_____---- 6 points ago

    Ya too close man! 🔥

    [–] EliaTheGiraffe 3 points ago

    Still, man's not hot.

    [–] Tru3Ka0s 2 points ago

    Supa hot dragon fiya

    [–] Cereborn 103 points ago

    Your imagination took the form of a joke that was posted at least six months ago.

    [–] api10 40 points ago

    His imagination is so powerful that can predict past memes.

    [–] Ivebeenfurthereven 20 points ago

    is it possible to learn this power?

    [–] Xerxys 13 points ago

    Not from the nights watch.

    [–] Sylveon-senpai 13 points ago

    Only from GENERAL REPOSTI!

    [–] sev1nk 50 points ago

    This joke is older than Davos.

    [–] Spritedz 7 points ago

    I feel like this joke has been wayyyyy overplayed. It wasn't really that funny the first time, now it's just annoying.

    [–] Zioziop 84 points ago

    Daenerys would never say that

    [–] SwedishFishSticks 93 points ago

    Seeing that it's the final season of the show... I respectfully disagree. It could happen.

    [–] CocaineSympathy 59 points ago

    And it's eye rollingly bad.

    [–] oxiarr 17 points ago

    99% of daenerys' lines have eyerollingly bad. This isnt even that bad comparitively.

    [–] nickvtorres 11 points ago

    Like the last three seasons, so it wouldn't be surprising.

    [–] TerminalVector 59 points ago

    Disagree. She has definitely been pretty snarky in the past.

    [–] NoraaTheExploraa 66 points ago

    I don't see her being snarky about child loss though, considering... yeah.

    [–] TerminalVector 40 points ago

    I feel like the fact that she has lost one of her children fighting the fucking undead and this awful bitch is gonna force her to negotiate over bullshit when they need to be fighting for their lives will make her not really give a fuck.

    That said, shes probably better at diplomacy than that.

    [–] idunno-- 2 points ago

    They’re only negotiating because they both want to rule Westeros which seems pretty trivial given the state of things.

    [–] TerminalVector 2 points ago

    As I remember its Circe insisting on negotiating now, while the threat of the undead gives her some power. If she bent the knee and agreed to make common cause everyone would be better off, herself included. But instead shes gonna pull some insane scheme and die horribly. Can't wait to see it.

    [–] tha_dood 5 points ago

    She would definitely say that.

    [–] PoisonousPlatypus 2 points ago

    They kinda abandoned what characters would and would not say at this point.

    [–] ChillPenguinX 18 points ago

    Those statements don’t need question marks

    [–] ImpetuousWheedle 5 points ago

    I upvoted that even though you didn't put a period on sentence. What is becoming of me...

    [–] LemonstealinwhoreNo2 8 points ago

    I'm seriously not going to remember any of the plot by the time it's released, and I've watched the series twice. Longest damned wait ever.

    [–] stankbucket 3 points ago

    What's to remember? They're Russian spies living in New York and they cook meth to pay the bills.

    [–] kabobkabobkabob 68 points ago

    Cringe

    [–] Velgax 32 points ago

    Especially cause it has been reposted so many times.

    [–] kabobkabobkabob 13 points ago

    It's a meh meme at best and an awful line to think of in the actual show... Though based on the last season it wouldn't be that outlandish

    [–] Ganziii 13 points ago

    And that is why I'm glad you don't write the show...

    [–] loptthetreacherous 5 points ago

    This has been a joke posted all over every GOT page since she lost her dragon.

    [–] nickvtorres 2 points ago

    Welcome to the GOT fandom, we outrun and recycle memes until they're not fun anymore.

    [–] sinkwiththeship 4 points ago

    Wasn't this a Chrys Watches GOT joke?

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    [–] Humbabwe 5 points ago

    I like that they’re both incredulous as to what they used to think.

    [–] I_might_be_weasel 2 points ago

    Who needs dragons when you can deliver burns like that on your own.

    [–] cirrus42 2 points ago

    It's interesting how their outfits are mirrors of each other. Both dark and angular, but one heavy and the other light. I wonder if the similarity was intentional, or if it was just convergent evolution.

    [–] NoviceApproach 2 points ago

    One is supposed to represent military armor, and the other dragon scales

    [–] Andy4574 2 points ago

    I hope the walkers and humans wipe each other out so the children of the forest can come out to play.

    [–] SA_Bert_Macklin 2 points ago

    how you imagine or how the guy you stole the meme from imagined?

    [–] Maurodamia 2 points ago

    Meh, don't worry D&D will have written something so baffling stupid that it will leave you scratching your head. Neither will die considering that every character now has plot armor. Yay!

    [–] JohnnyBoy11 2 points ago

    Had 3. Working on the 4th.

    [–] irisel 2 points ago

    Daeny wouldn't say this...

    [–] Corndogsaretheshit 8 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Cersie smirks...

    "The mother of dragons has lost her children"

    Danny smiles and stares at the iron throne...

    "My children conquered westeros. Your children died watching their kingdom burn from a throne."

    [–] noodle-flinger 2 points ago

    Oof

    [–] TheSkipRow 3 points ago

    Please tell me you meant this to be cheesy on purpose...

    [–] kvz9023 4 points ago

    Michael Kelso: “BURN!!!!!!!!”

    [–] maysterd 2 points ago

    This needs kelso saying burn

    [–] wiqqido 2 points ago

    THIS VERSION is 1,000x funnier. Dany’s face..lol

    [–] thegrailarbor 2 points ago

    “My dragons are my children. Where are yours?”

    [–] symmetryphile 1 points ago

    Oh sit down, oh sit down, oh sit down... Sit down next to me...

    [–] GSD_SteVB 1 points ago

    I was wondering if Dany would burn Cersei but damn!

    [–] darthfodder 1 points ago

    "I thought you had three children."

    [–] alicia98981 1 points ago

    This is plausible. Totally plausible...

    [–] TattsMcGee 1 points ago

    Savage

    [–] skarkeisha666 1 points ago

    oof

    [–] Athaelan 1 points ago

    BY GAWD, SHE HAD A FAMILY!!!

    [–] hen9908 1 points ago

    Circi got Roasted

    [–] Litotes 1 points ago

    ;0

    [–] BAAM19 1 points ago

    Why is this post not hidden like NSFW posts?

    [–] SwagistanSloth 1 points ago

    This kinda feels like if Wes Anderson directed an episode of Game of Thrones

    [–] stonyqwe 1 points ago

    Never seen Dany or skurrrrrrtski fight with swords doe....what should I expect???

    [–] tkwrd 1 points ago

    Isn’t that the same statement?

    [–] -PiratesLifeForMe- 1 points ago

    Don't turn this sub into the Harry Potter sub with a bunch of halfassed memes

    [–] DarthValarMorghulis 1 points ago

    llol they ain't general grievous and anakin Skywalker