1. I think I said in an earlier post, "Fly really high over the iron fleet, come right down on them and burn the hell out of them." I think that happened.
2. Tyrian saying, "The city will fall tomorrow, I defended the city, nobody knows it better than me" indicates that he has told Danny and company exactly what to do. Which seems to be "fly really high, burn the iron fleet, then fly along the walls and get the scorpions, and then it's all over. In order to make that line pay off and make Tyrian look somewhat useful, they needed a scene with him telling folks what to do to take the city. That didn't happen.
3. I do kinda see why they had to equalize forces a little bit. 3 dragons plus the entire unsullied, Terrells, Dornish, Dorthraqui, etc. would have taken the city in about 3 seconds.
4. I guess the valenquar prophesy kindof came true? Jamie's hands were on Cercei's neck?
5. The whole Jamie arc is just terrible. The whole thing. @Momma There Goes That Man is completely right. He basically destroyed his reputation to save the common people, but then says he doesn't care about them?
6. I don't buy Danny burning the whole city to the ground for no reason. Sorry. I can see "mad queen" going straight after the Red Keep and going after Cercei for killing Messandei, but there's NOTHING, and I mean NOTHING in her character's arc that says she would roast innocents for the hell of it. She is the "breaker of chains" for God's sake. She rose to power by helping the people who can't help themselves.
7. I thought the way they followed Arya through the carnage was good.
8. Grey Worm just wants to kill as many people as he can for revenge, and I get that, but it looked like all the people he was trying to kill were Lannister soldiers.
9. I personally thought Clegane Bowl sucked. I figured they would both die together somehow. However fighting an undead zombie-man wasn't a fair fight, and I personally found it stupid. I wish it was just man vs. man, and let them go at it.
10. Jamie killing Euron was fitting, but really kinda like tying up a loose end. Again, another main character happens to swim to a beach after their ship is destroyed...
Was it entertaining? Yeah. But I just don't buy AT ALL the premise that Danny would burn the entire city for the hell of it, so it leaves me kindof lacking.
Sansa better damn hope Ayra/Jon kill Danny, because if not, Danny's coming for her for telling Tyrian about Jon's identity.
Btw, Varys is not a merman.
I hope GRRM finishes the books adn somebody re-does seasons 5-x with the source material, assuming it's better than this spectacle first blah-blah-blah. As long as it's not all White Walker focused, because that would bore me.
The big winner in all of this MIGHT be GRRM IF he actually finishes the story and it's good.
I also feel supremely bad for Emelia Clarke. I thought she did exactly what she needed to in both the last 2 episodes, and the writing completely let her down.
Maisie Williams is a bad ass and should have a very good career. Kit Harrington does an awesome job playing dumbfounded. As long as he sticks with that, he'll be great. Otherwise, he needs to retire and just bone Rose Leslie all the time.