The Sport of Thrones season eight premiere had many nice moments, reunions and foreshadowed a implausible remaining season, however there was 1 factor they didn’t nail.
After 20 months of ready, Sport of Thrones lastly returned with its season eight premiere that noticed the Evening King make a giant kill, a number of nice and ugly reunions in Winterfell and Cersei rebounding with Euron Greyjoy. It lived as much as the hype. Nonetheless, there was one factor to the premiere that was cheesier than a bowl of grandma’s mac and cheese.
Jon driving a dragon was one thing many followers anticipated this season, however did followers actually need to see a couple of minutes of he and Daenerys having a high-speed chase on dragons via the mountains of Winterfell?! It felt just like the scene wouldn’t finish, and whereas it’s a reasonably badass factor to experience a freaking dragon, the place was the sense of urgency contemplating the Evening King and his military of the useless are closing in on them?
I’m sorry, but when the military of the useless was marching on my doorstep, I’m not going to go gallivanting with my dragons and my beau. There are extra essential issues to be accomplished and a romantic kiss overlooking a waterfall is neither the time nor the place for such tacky romance that needs to be stored to books with Fabio on the duvet.
Look, it was an superior premiere and I’m already counting down the times till subsequent Sunday, however each minute is valuable and now there are solely 5 extra left. If there are any extra scenes of Jon and Dany having a picnic within the park or getting misplaced in one another’s eyes, I’m going to lose it.
Had this occurred in season 7 or if season eight wasn’t the ultimate season, I might be the primary one cheering from the peaks of the mountains that Jon and Dany are k-i-s-s-i-n-g however there’s no time for such foolishness now. The destiny of the realm rests on the shoulders of Dany and Jon and in the event that they’re not on the highest of their video games, they’re going to get everybody killed.