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Jon and Samwell are on duty on top of the Wall. Ygritte wants to be the one who kills Jon Snow. A petrified Gilly returns with her baby to Castle Rock, reporting about the wildling attack at Mole's Town. The Nights Watch prepare for battle. The wildling army attack the wall in the night, with giants riding mammoths. Jon sets out on a dangerous journey to help set things right. —Shuvam Nandi
One of the Best Episodes in the Entire Series
Oh man, this one is certainly out of this world. The cinematography and choreography are on their own level, man. They're breathtaking, seriously jaw dropping. There are so many highlights regarding this episode, from its emotion to the battle scenes to its ending to the action-violence mayhem, some great dialogue, visuals, writing/plot, structure, and great directing, it makes for a strong and promising episode. Some scenes are particularly sad and heartfelt and captures its dramatic and melancholic essence so well. The battle between the Men of the Night's Watch and the Wildlings is utterly superb, seriously its own level of awesome. If you thought Blackwater was great, which it is, then this is just as good if not better. Acting is solid and there are some great scenes with chemistry between Sam and Jon, Jon and Ygritte, etc. Ollie has to ruin everything the idiot. This might be my joint favourite episode of the season and it's in my top ten Game of Thrones episodes. Ever. Jon Snow truly shines and stands out as the best in this one, heroic and strong. Up until this episode alone, this is a top five in the series. You gotta see it, even just for the last 20-25 minutes alone because it's bewildering entertainment. Truly epic.
- Dec 13, 2019
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