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January 4th, 2015

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) In a moment of rare tenderness, Shae (Sibel Kekilli) suggests the two run away and live their lives doing what they do best. The plan sounds ideal except for the fact that Tyrion has finally found his place in the world: it’s not lazing about drinking and fornicating – it’s participating in the process that recently spat him out. It seems, for the time being, Tyrion has no plans to run from King’s Landing.

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) Arya is barely touched upon, but she, Gendry (Joe Dempsie) and Hot Pie (Ben Hawkey) have successfully escaped Harrenhal, thanks to Jaqen H’ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), who offers to teach Arya the way to cross those names from her special list. Tempting as the offer must be, she turns him down, but Jaqen gives the girl his version of a business card – just in case she needs his services at some point down the road.

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WATCH FULL EPISODE HERE >===>> http://www.watchonweb.us/?page_id=1552

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(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) Jon Snow’s journey is also just beginning, after he slays Qhorin Halfhand (Simon Armstrong) in an effort to convince the Wildlings he’s a traitor to the Night’s Watch. Rattleshirt (Edward Dogliani) recommends they burn Qhorin; as he’s not one Jon would likely enjoy seeing walk the earth again. And on that ominous note, Game of Thrones ends with the sight of hundreds of reanimated corpses at the command of the White Walkers march on the Fist of the First Men, where Sam Tarly and the rest of Lord Mormont’s Night’s Watch battalion are stationed .

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) This Blu-ray is rich with fascinating looks into both the creation of the show and into the imagined world of George R. R. Martin's Westeros. "Creating the Battle of Blackwater Bay" is a must-see for those interested in the technical aspects of the creation of film and television. The commentaries provide great insight into the production of the series with details about the structure the story, the choices that Weiss and Benioff made that differ from the novel and why certain sequences needed to be cut.

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) The guides, both in and out of the episode, are highly beneficial for those viewers who are fans of the HBO series, but may not have read the books. Game of Thrones is a complex show set in an intricately crafted universe, and occasionally viewers may get confused about how people relate to one another and be in need of a refresher - these guides are perfect for that. I've only unlocked one "Dragon Egg" to date, but it was a sweet little scene between Varys and Littlefinger that I'm happy to have seen.

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) Here, the sheer size of Westeros and the number of characters contained therein could have proved a logistical nightmare for David Benioff and D.B. Weiss – taking into account they had but 10 (or so) hours to tell multiple intertwining (and sometimes disparate) stories and make them work as a cohesive whole. In doing this, the writers crafted a solid second season that united its characters and their various story lines through the omnipresent threat of conflict.

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) In a moment of rare tenderness, Shae (Sibel Kekilli) suggests the two run away and live their lives doing what they do best. The plan sounds ideal except for the fact that Tyrion has finally found his place in the world: it’s not lazing about drinking and fornicating – it’s participating in the process that recently spat him out. It seems, for the time being, Tyrion has no plans to run from King’s Landing.

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) Arya is barely touched upon, but she, Gendry (Joe Dempsie) and Hot Pie (Ben Hawkey) have successfully escaped Harrenhal, thanks to Jaqen H’ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), who offers to teach Arya the way to cross those names from her special list. Tempting as the offer must be, she turns him down, but Jaqen gives the girl his version of a business card – just in case she needs his services at some point down the road.

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) The anecdotal stories are often equally entertaining, though it should be noted that frequently when the actors are providing the commentary they get caught in a loop of repeating the phrase "he or she is amazing" about their cast-mates until they get to the scenes they are actually a part of. It's true that each member of the cast in remarkable, but that said, those portions of the commentaries tend to be slightly less revelatory.

(Waterloo Road Season 10 Episode 11) Gorgeous, hybrid computer and pencil animation is utilized to create what is essentially several short films delving into the mythology of Westeros and Essos - as told from the various perspectives of the characters themselves. If you're familiar with the Animatrix, these features have a similar feel in that they add an enriching context to the overall mythos, but are also fascinating and entertaining bite-sized tales in and of themselves.

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