The best and worst of the season of Game of Thrones season 6

The season is well and truly here, and with its final moments, Game of Throne season 6 is already a big ol’ pile of shit. 

For all of us fans, though, this is probably the most depressing part of the whole ordeal: it’s almost entirely because the show is so awful that people aren’t going to stop watching. 

If you don’t think this is bad, you’re probably not watching the show. 

That’s not to say that there aren’t any redeeming moments, like a couple of scenes in the Season 6 finale where Daenerys and her dragons are trying to make their way to Meereen, or Jon Snow and the Night’s Watch riding their horses through the streets of Winterfell. 

The show’s pacing, too, has never been better, with all the scenes you’d expect to see in a TV show, but the quality of the acting and direction make them so much better than they would be on a show like The Walking Dead. 

But the worst thing of all is how it all ends. 

And it’s not just that there’s no more episode, or that we never get a resolution. 

It’s that even the best of seasons never get the chance to end. 

There’s nothing good about a series that doesn’t end with a bang, and that’s because every single one of these shows has a “final episode.” 

The Season 6 ending was probably the worst in Game of War history, and it’s probably the one that will be remembered for years to come. 

Game of Thrones fans, if you’ve enjoyed any of the above, it’s time to move on. 

You deserve better. 

 Game 7: A Storm of SwordsA Storm of Sword is not the best season of Thrones yet, but it’s a welcome departure from its predecessor. 

In Season 6, we got a few new characters, some big new twists, and a new character to love. 

We got to see the Lannisters fight a great big war, but we got to know a lot of the new characters. 

Season 7 is where things really start to take off, and we get to see more of the major new characters and the show goes all out in its pursuit of drama and intrigue. 

One of the main things that struck me as being in the right place with A Storm is that the characters don’t really have any sort of relationship with each other. 

They’re not all in the same position. 

What’s really nice about this season is that we get a lot more to see of the characters and how they’re trying to deal with the challenges that come with it. 

I’m not going to go into too much detail about how they do it, because it’s such a major part of A Storm, but for those of you who have been following the show for a while, this should really get you excited. 

This season is a lot darker and more complicated, and there’s a lot that we haven’t seen before, but I still think that it’s going to be a fun ride. 

A Storm is not necessarily a bad show, because there are definitely some great performances and the writers keep the drama up and the pace up. 

However, I have a feeling that the series might have been more successful if they’d had a more consistent end to the season, instead of having it go on for so long. 

As a result, A Storm will probably be remembered more for its ending than its first episode. 

“A Storm in the North” is available now on Netflix, and will cost you an average of $4.99 on its initial release. 

Stay tuned for Part 2 of this review.