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Jon is boring

Sansa> Arya imo.

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Sansa> Arya imo.
You mean the actress is better or the character is better?

Jon in the book is more interesting than he is in the series — part of the reason is the way they changed things around in the series. Maybe they had to dumb things down for this actor.


Mel — I’ve started the 4th book too. It’s interesting to see how some key things have been changed in the series that make me wonder how they are going to manage some of the important scenes later on. Some of the characters seem to have a different slant in the book than they do in the series too.
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I mean the character. The actresses are both quite good.

Yeah, Jon gets better in the book especially in Books 4 and 5. I am interested to see how the actor will manage the transition.

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I mean the character. The actresses are both quite good.

Yeah, Jon gets better in the book especially in Books 4 and 5. I am interested to see how the actor will manage the transition.
He will convey the complexities with his universal expression.
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Isn't it confusing to do both the books and the TV show at the same time? Or - how do I put it - is it really worth it to do both?

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Isn't it confusing to do both the books and the TV show at the same time? Or - how do I put it - is it really worth it to do both?
Well, worth it?

I started the books because I had a big period of dead time, and needed something to fill the space. Also, since I only half pay attention to the series, and sometimes fast forward through parts, all the side characters seemed to blend. So, it’s not confusing, but it’s interesting to see where and how they changed things for the series. There are so many characters, I guess they had to simplify. But, some of it seems to be done just for the hell of it or to make it spicier or make the women seem more than they are in the books. I don’t want to spoil anything for people here who haven’t seen all of season two yet. In the books Jon and Rob are teenagers as is Daeneris. She was 15 when she gave birth, and probably that wouldn’t get past the censors.
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I don’t like black tennis shoes. I remember Fed used to wear black tennis shoes in his youth. That was one of the reasons I could never warm up to him early on.

But I knew there would be Nike ridiculosity following this wimby win.

Ha! autocorrects wimby to wimpy.
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please dont be jealous of Fed's ballet shoes
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