The only thing missing from this episode was a concrete reveal of Prometheus’ identity.
But otherwise, it’s got it all (except Curtis’ subplot, but that’s par for the course).
I know I’ve been saying it all season, but this ain’t no Season 4, anymore. For so, so much the better.
I didn’t have any grand epiphanies about Game of Thrones this year.
Even more than season 4, season 5 felt like just another brick in the wall for what is supposed to be the world’s premier wow factor TV series.
Which means it’s becoming more like its network television lessers.
Which means I like it more now.