20 Jun ‘Game of Thrones’: ‘Battle of The Bastards’ Does Not Disappoint [SPOILERS]
This week on Secrets of the Sire: With the blood still drying from Sunday night’s “Battle of the Bastards” we dive head first into the upcoming Game of Thrones Season Finale. Who lives? Who dies? Who hookups?
[Warning: Game of Thrones Spoilers Ahead!]
But first, fans are still relishing in one of the all-time great Game of Thrones deaths: the heinous Ramsay Bolton. Below is an excerpt from an article I just posted on Inquisitr.com.
Not since the infamous season 4 episode “The Lion and the Rose” has Game of Thrones delivered a death fans have been dying for. Back then, it was heinous King Joffrey, the spoiled arrogant teenager responsible for ending the life of Ned Stark and setting in motion the chain of events that is the Game of Thrones itself.
This time around, in Sunday night’s “Battle of the Bastards,” it’s the truly vile Ramsay Bolton who meets his maker. After tormenting, among others, Theon Greyjoy and Sansa Stark and even slaughtering his own father and step-mother before feeding their offspring to the dogs the fans got what they wanted. And while Joffrey also tormented Sansa Stark, it was in a completely different and much less sadistic manner. Ramsay’s last words to her in fact, right before he’s devoured by the aforementioned starving hounds, is that he’s forever changed her.
“You can’t kill me,” he says weakly. “I’m part of you now.” And in many ways he is, as evidenced by Sansa’s glee after setting the hounds on Ramsay.
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