Game Of Thrones Recap: Season 6, Episode 2 Must-See Review

So, last week was about a good of a season premiere that Game Of Thrones has ever had.
Jon Snow was still dead. Melisandre is apparently old AF. Ramsay is still a loon. Jaime and Cersei are still pervin’, and Tyrion is still schemin’. You can check out our full recap of the season premiere here.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Episode 2 Recap for “Home”

The synopsis for “Home” was traditionally vague yet captivating.

“Bran trains with the Three-Eyed Raven. In King’s Landing, Jaime advises Tommen. Tyrion demands good news but has to make his own. At Castle Black, the Night’s Watch stands behind Thorne. Ramsay Bolton proposes a plan, and Balon Greyjoy entertains other proposals.”

For all the idiots in the room, this is a RECAP so obviously SPOILERS ARE AHEAD. Now, let’s get to it:
(Editors Note: This is a college website, so this review was written as I sat in a room with my 5 other buddies. The reactions, opinions, and knowledge – or lack thereof – are both very collective, and very genuine. The quotes are live reactions- word for word.)
So, last week ended with some seriously old box. It was gruesome, but plot wise, it was a home run. What did it mean? How old is said box? Has Melisandre lost her faith in the Lord Of The Light, or was she simply just taking her true form before bed?
The second episode of the sixth season of Game Of Thrones opens with the cackling of a raven in a dark cave. The Three Eyed Raven observes Bran as he has a vision of his father, Ned Stark. Ned is young at the time, training with his friends at Winterfel. And holy sh*t is that Hodor and holy sh*t is he talking?! His real name is Willis. The Three Eyed Raven decides that’s enough of that and bring Bran out of the vision. Outside the cave, a Child of The Forest pops up, warning Mira that Bran needs her help.
Off to Castle Black, where Ser Alliser has had enough with Ser Davos and the protector’s of Snow’s body, and begins to break down the door when BANGGGGGG The Wildlings bust in to Castle Black and assist Snow’s supporters in a mutiny.. of the mutiny? BTW, Tormund (The Wildling leader) is also one of the best characters in the show.
Now in King’s Landing where Zombie Mountain (!!!!!!!) is smashing skulls (literally) and Cersei is out staying the b*tch she is. Tommen (who is hundo dying this year) is being a different kind of pain as he whines away to Jaime. That perv who imprisoned Margery and Cersei shows up, and if anyone can tell me his name without looking it up, then I salute you.

I absolutely cannot wait to see Tommen get slaughtered. He’s just as unlikeable and an even bigger b*tch than Joffrey. He’s like a lame Justin Bieber of Westeros.

Checking in on Tyrion, that bald-dude with no package, Daenerys’ fineeeeeeee a** sidekick, and Greyworm, who decide it’s time to go so what’s good with those other two dragons that have been locked up for sometime now. So, their plan is to just stroll on down there to see what’s up

Just a small man with massive balls and a big man with no balls out here just being generally ballsy.

Tyrion tells the dragon a bedtime story, and then let’s one of them free. Then he sets the other free, and immediately makes the intelligent decision to bail the F*CK OUT BECAUSE OH MY GOD DRAGONS ARE SCARY AF AND TYRION LOOKS SO DELICIOUS.

The day Tyrion rides a dragon will be the happiest day of my life.

Over to Bravos where Arya is still gettin’ her butt handed to her like she stole someone’s iPhone, until Jaqen H’ghar (one of the low-key most annoying characters) shows up to play those weird faceless word association games with Arya.
To whatever crazy sh*t the Bolton’s are doing, where Roose Bolton receives the news has had a boy, which is great for him and bad for Ramsay, which is great, because he’s the most evil character on the show. He’s goes to congratulate his father but then nope stabs him instead whoops oh well goodbye. God, I hate Ramsay. He fuels that hate even further by feeding his new-born brother and his caretaker to his pack of rabid dogs. And he’s just so damn… casual about it. His day will come sooner or later, and I’m hoping it will be at the hands of Jon Snow.

I would literally use a month’s paycheck to for a chance to kick Ramsay in the nuts.

Sansa, Reeeeeeeek, and Brienne of Tarth are still in the middle of the wilderness, freezing their nuts off (except Reek and especially Brienne). Reek claims to be separating from the pack, but I doubt he’ll be gone for long.
Now to the Iron Islands for the first time this season. Me and my buddies were literally in the middle of talking about how boring we find this story line, until the King Of the Iron Islands gets tossed right off of a bridge. Needless to say, that adds a little intrigue.
Back to Castle Black, were Ser Davos finally finally finally asks the Red Woman for her help (took you long enough bro) where a somber Melisandre doubts her abilities. But Ser Davos, as he does, convinces her to give it a shot.
And then, it happened. After what seemed like an eternal scene, Melisandre tries to revive Jon Snow. She cuts his beard and his hair and says some weird prayer but nothing happens. Until it does! JON SNOW IS BACK. WOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Game of Thrones is an HBO American television series created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. GoT is an adaptation of George RR Martin’s fantasy novel series A Song of Ice and Fire, the first of which is titled A Game of Thrones. GoT is filmed all over the world, including Belfast, Croatia, Iceland, Malta, Morocco, Northern Ireland, Spain, Scotland, and the United States. The 6th season of  Game Of Thrones premieres Sunday, April 24, 2016.
Season 6, unlike the previous 5 seasons, largely consists of  content not from George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, but adapts material from the upcoming sixth novel in the series, The Winds of Winter, as well as some original writing from the show’s writers.
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