I Could Hear the Bells From Miles Away (Game of Thrones series critique)

The use of LOTR imagery is hardly accidental
GAH
This has nothing to do with anything, but it was too funny not to use.
Honestly the first thing that came to mind when I saw this specific episode of GoT.
One of the few exceptions. Now THIS was a subversion of expectations.
The difference being that likely nothing of interest happened during those travels.

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Interpreter, translator, podcaster, gamer, geek. This is where I talk (rant?) about my hobbies. My opinions are strictly my own. Expect updates to be infrequent

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