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I think they got away with it this time because the Hodor scene was so emotionally powerful, but if it becomes too central to the story to the point where it is the story, then I think people are going to get turned off (and will turn off) the story. Martin has talked in the past how he’s afraid of pulling a “Lost” and not sticking the landing. If he goes all in on Bran being responsible for so many things, I think that’ll be the road he’s on. Cersei is on her list and the play is a reminder of who she is. And the actress sort of resembles her mother as a brunette. Final test maybe? Or its on the up and up as assassinations get. The waif, AKA Stick Bitch, is training Arya to be badass. It’s like Navy Seals Hell Week at the House of Black and White. I think many of us are just sick of Arya getting wacked up side the head with that damn stick. It is interesting that she’s tasked with killing “Cersei” (who’s on her “list”) though, and I’m wondering what’s gonna come from that. I don’t mean that in a rude way, it just impacts how best to respond. I suspect she’ll flee back north when she finds out (from Jaime) what LF is up to and also that the Tullys can’t help. But she’ll perhaps be ambushed on the road and hung for collaborating with the Lannisters- in which the sword will serve as proof. At the last minute, Brienne changes her mind and chooses the sword. When it comes down to it, I don’t think Brienne will be able to kill Jaime, but she’ll be breaking her vow in doing so. She may even take down LSH, the lady she had sworn herself to. I wasn’t following those spoilers too closely but I thought I read he was going to be at odds with her after getting fed up with her crap.

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