This Is by Far the Worst Part of Game of Thrones' Final Season

Published on May 15, 2019

This Is by Far the Worst Part of Game of Thrones' Final Season

Warning: spoilers for Game of Thrones ahead.

For eight seasons, Game of Thrones illustrated the diverging paths of Jaime and Cersei Lannister with an attention to detail the series hasn't always afforded some of its other characters. Jaime begins the story as a man who thinks nothing of shoving a 10-year-old boy out of a window to protect Cersei. His motivation is his all-consuming love for his twin. There is the world, and then there is them. Likewise, Cersei takes for granted that her brother will be by her side no matter how many heinous things she does. Where she chooses power, he would choose love.

If the characters had remained static, locked in their season-one mentalities throughout all eight seasons, then their deaths in "The Bells" would ring true. After all, they're both hateful, right? And all Jaime ever wanted to do was die in the arms of the woman he loved.

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Author: Sabienna Bowman