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Veering slightly from the source material, "Baelor" sports excellent performances and a bold, unprecedented climax.
Game of Thrones has proved it doesn't care much for our expectations, and only made them higher.
Wish I could say I saw that coming, but I didn't.
If this episode were truly successful, the finale minutes had to have impact even if you knew what was coming. And gods, did they.
This episode was made of sadness and shock. And watchers and even readers are feeling teary.
The tension [is] building and building as we witness one major event after another.
His [Sean Bean (Ned Stark)] presence was reassuring and comforting.
The lives of man hung in the balance throughout "Baelor," while others fell further from grace.
"Baelor" was an episode all about sadness, loss, and death.
It was brilliant.
I actually held my breath while watching that [death] scene.
Yes, there were some touching moments... but it would have been much more satisfying to have seen Jaime Lannister taught a lesson by the Stark banner men.
"Baelor" might have strayed a teeny bit from the novel, but it was a clean and epic entry with a daring, tragic finish.