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It's just a bunch of stuff that happens, in the words of Homer Simpson. Still, it's a compelling bunch of stuff that happens.
Valar Morghulis had to give us a little of everyone to tide us over until next year, but it also accepted that not everyone was going to get epic closure of a season-long arc.
"Valar Morghulis" felt as much like a premiere as a finale... Rich, sweeping, and surprisingly emotional, it managed to be the best episode of the show to date.
The Game of Thrones season two finale begins the way 'Lost' began -- and ended, for that matter -- with an eyeball, real close up, looking around.
Tonight's finale is full of surprises - even to devout readers of George R.R. Martin's novels.
God, I'm going to miss this show until next year. It's the biggest clich in the world, but there honestly isn't anything like Game Of Thrones on television.
It looked like "Valar Morghulis" was going to have a tough job topping the spectacular "Blackwater", but in the event was perhaps even more satisfying than last week's battle for King's Landing.
There were some wild divergences from the novels, yet I found them all quite satisfying and well done enough that they're actually welcome.
Game of Thrones finally came to its thrilling finale, tying up some loose ends but unravelling far more for us to ponder over until next April.
I enjoyed it and felt some parts were completely awesome, but I could feel the rush to visit each character and wrap up storylines.
Valar Morghulis suffered from having to follow the tightly focused "Blackwater"..._ _But in a few individual moments, "Valar Morghulis" was completely, utterly, powerfully honest. And I'll try to focus on moments like that.
Game of Thrones doesn't feel like a bunch of actors playing at fantasy; it feels like a world inhabited by real people. And that, after two stellar seasons, may prove to be the series' biggest attribute.
This episode had three impressive closing shots back-to-back-to-back to cement our major story lines.
Still, much to chew on from this season finale of this fantastic second series, even if it didn't quite hit the heights of episode nine.
Not only do I feel the episode did justice to nearly every character and subplot, but it tied them all together under a unified thematic umbrella that gave significant weight and meaning to every part of this vast, wide-ranging fantasy epic.
After "Blackwater" and this, has the show ever been better?
Season 2's final episode reminded us that maybe we should be paying more attention to what's happening north of the wall: That is, will any of this Lannister vs. Stark fighting matter when The Others attack?
Excellent, excellent episode. One of the most satisfying in its telling, with outstanding writing, especially with regard to the theme of this episode (despite its death-themed title): the pendulum swing between ice and fire.
Season 1's finale promised dragons. This time we get a legion of the undead.
And so a fascinating if flawed season came to an end with well-paced final episode that left us with the feeling that this story is really only just beginning.