More on that reality thing

Having some trouble with that reality thing or are they within their rights, as those deserting Doctor Who were?

During a behind-the-scenes video about the making of the episode, Clarke herself tried to explain Daenerys’ motivations for the surprise attack.

‘Every single thing that’s led her to this point, and there she is, alone. We’ve all got this part of us, that part that goes, “I’m gonna put that chocolate cake down.”[Laughs.] “And I’m going to walk away,”‘ she began.

‘We can’t be getting into these moral conundrums all the time. I’m not saying chocolate cake is a moral conundrum—eat as much f***ing cake as you want—but those things that you wrestle with in yourself,’ she concluded.

Don’t like it when females see the need to be potty-mouthed – militates against their core value in society.

[H/T Chuckles]


Had it explained to me yesterday. When she had sex openly onscreen in episode three or whatever, it was with her brother!

Now I see why the ending is so bad and why her lame excuse above is so bad. Woman must not have total power of that kind, in her case conferred by the dragon. Not capable of using it, just as with Bad Wolf in Doctor Who.

The male fans lap her up and defend her, sigh, but don’t forget that my RL exes were also of the type – small, round-faced, cute, cuddly, so I’m just as susceptible to her charms as you are – but such girls are not good with absolute power in their hands.

3 comments for “More on that reality thing

  1. May 20, 2019 at 13:40

    It ain’t just girls. No man is safe with absolute power either. Or having Dragons. I rather likes Danae but she had to go: she could only keep the nasty girl inside held back for a while.

    So it didn’t end to the satisfaction of some. C’est la vie. Life’s a bugger and then someone you love shoves the knife in. Nice tits though.

  2. James Strong
    May 20, 2019 at 17:43

    Emilia Clarke did not have sex with her brother. You know that.

    The character Daenerys Targeryan had sex with her brother. The actress Ms. Clarke did not write that scene or that part of the plot.

    You are a clever man; why have you conflated the two? You don’t think Anthony Hopkins is a serial killer. You don’t think Michael Caine was an army officer before becoming an international bank robber.
    You don’t think Judi Dench is a long-term Soviet spy.

    • May 20, 2019 at 18:10

      She took the role. No one made her, many actresses have maintained their virtue, she did not. She also went along with the ending of the series. Whichever way you slice it, she’s indefensible.

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