The Rundown: Game of Thrones - Season 2
Let's start right from the beginning, FUCK Joffrey. Cersei has turned into a walking *"girls nite(spelled this way)...much needed drinkz." with a few bottles of Moscato pictured* Facebook status. She gets sauced and puppeteers more bullshit, but she still fine as fuck; so I'm still conflicted. Judge me. The boss don Tyrion had to come hold shit down as the King's hand in attempts to give Joffrey a look at how he should be running things; to no avail. Tyrion displays his expert negotiation skills and sheer brilliance on many occasions this season, basically getting himself out of prison and assembling a team.
Sansa is paying for putting her trust into that prepubescent Ricky Hatton face geek Joffrey. While I spent most of the first season wishing she'd get what she had coming for basically betraying her family for Joffrey, I feel terrible for her now that she actually got it. Theon went from being an unofficial Stark and stand up guy to becoming a microwaved piece of badger shit. When he came back and fronted on my homie Bran I was ready to feed him to the dragons. People keep telling me I'll end up feeling bad for him as his life takes a sick turn; to them I say "TUH"..we'll see. Joffrey is in full blown spoiled brat throwing a temper tantrum in Toys R Us mode this season. He's making decisions that are ridiculous even by his standards, and that's saying a LOT. Jamie Lannister is a sneaky, sly, half hoe ass nigga, half genius. He's like if Tyrion was a sociopath and 2 feet taller. He got up out a CRAZY jam that made me respect his handle though.
Khaleesi is still perfect. She speaks with the same fire that she slept in with her dragons. The way she said "Dracarys"?? Man. This season she gets a glimpse of just how highly people think of her no matter where they're from. What they're willing to do in order to get next to her whether for her presence or her children, the dragons, she's special. Did I mention she's fine? Arya has basically found an entirely new life, under the radar to the masses, but under the tutelage of Tywin Lannister getting precious gems about life. Bran is being forced to grow up quicker than when Justin Bieber went from being 9 years old in 2009 to turning 24 in 2012.
Jon Snow might be a virgin out here, but his homeboys think he's piping every harlot moving; I respect it. You get to know him a lot better this season as they show his thought process in certain situations and how people basically fear how great he can be. Paying attention to how people look at him, talk about or to him told me that they expect more from him than the average man.
The last scene of season 2 had me going through emotions and alcohol at the same damn time. I'm starting season 3 now, so I'll be back with more stress.