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  1. Yeah I can see that, I read Tolkien as a kid and had never read fantasy before so it’s never bothered me that there’s little grit. The era Tolkien grew up in meant we were never going to see a scene where Sam and Pippin spit roast a barmaid in the Prancing Pony.
  2. I adore it, but each to his own. Game of Thrones, Wheel of Time etc wouldn’t exist without Tolkien though.
  3. Amazon are also doing a Tolkien related TV series.
  4. I can’t remember to be honest. Jaimie went there at one point but I’ve no idea if they had any army left. I’d imagine they were in a better state than everyone else other than the North, but maybe their new Prince (whoever he was!) was happy to remain in the Seven/Six Kingdoms rather than risk any more fighting.
  5. The Starks’s won everything because they were the only ones left with a decent army. The other Lords had the choice of doing what the Stark’s said or living under an Unsullied/Dothraki alliance. I am surprised Dorne didn’t demand independence though.
  6. Yeah that was pretty bad. It didn’t bother me too much though as I had heard a rumour that the last scene would be Sam finishing the book. I was grateful they didn’t do that!
  7. I’m broadly on LB’s side. I don’t think it was the disaster people are making it out to be. The overview of the show was all perfectly fine (with one or two exceptions). The North independent, Arya leaving Westeros, White Walkers gone, Jaimie and Cersei dead, Jon killing Dany, Targaryen’s gone, dragons gone etc etc. But the pacing of the final season (and the season before) was poor. It this had been spread over two 10 episode seasons with lots of character development then it would have all met fans expectations. As it was it felt rushed and like characters were changing personalities on the fly. Having said that, I really didn’t like Bran becoming King. That was a terrible decision. The idea of the Lords choosing a new King was fine, but Bran? Just took ridiculous. And Jon should have been killed or become King in the North. Him going back to the Nights Watch and then going to play with the Wildlings was crap.
  8. BS2 Red

    Cup Final

    It’s horrible to say but I think you are right. Man U and Liverpool “fans” probably outnumber City, Rovers, Forest Green, Cheltenham and Swindon fans combined. I doubt they’ve been to many games though.
  9. 2 places below their highest ever League finish means we had an average season?
  10. BS2 Red

    Cup Final

    I never really care much about the final, but I love the earlier rounds of the cup. Non-League minnows getting drawn at the big boys, the shock of a lower league club knocking out a Prem club and the hope that City might go on a run. By the final though it’s all a bit dull. Two Premier League clubs playing each other on telly, just like we see 100 times during the season. I’ll watch it, but I don’t expect anything other than a comfortable Man City win. Meh.
  11. Your username suggests that you are too innocent to have ever heard it.
  12. According to Wikipedia there is one footballer called Jeremy, but I have never heard of him. Lots of American football players with the name but they don't count. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremy_(name)#In_sports Jeremy Abbott, American figure skater Jeremy Affeldt, American baseball player Jeremy Bleich, American baseball player Jeremy Bloom, American Olympic downhill skier Jeremy Bordeleau, Canadian canoeist Jeremy Burgess, Honda and Yamaha MotoGP team chief engineer Jeremy Clark (defensive back), American football player Jeremy Guscott, English rugby player and commentator Jeremy Hill, American football player Jeremy Kellem, American football player Jeremy Lamb, American NBA Basketball Player Jeremy Larsen, American mixed martial artist Jeremy Lin, American NBA Basketball Player Jeremy Lusk, freestyle motocross driver Jeremy Maclin, American football player Jérémy Mathieu, French football player Jeremy Mayfield, American NASCAR driver Jeremy McGrath, American dirt bike racer Jeremy McKinney, American football player Jeremy McNichols, American football player Jeremy Reaves, American football player Jeremy Reed, American baseball player Jeremy Rees, professional lacrosse player Jeremy Roenick, American ice hockey player Jeremy Shockey, American football player Jeremy Sowers, American baseball player Jeremy Sprinkle, American football player Jeremy Wariner, American track athlete Jeremy Wilcox, Canadian volleyball player Jeremy Williams, American player of Canadian football
  13. He hasn't been mentioned as it is almost impossible to type his name without ending up writing the worst of the swear words.
  14. Rainbow was Geoffrey. Sooty and Sweep was either Harry or Matthew Corbett depending on how old you are.
  15. I don’t know Brett, but you are right about Hardy, I’ve only heard good things about him.
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