Zusammenfassung der Geschehnisse in der achten Episode "Niemand" (engl. "No One") der sechsten Staffel "Game of Thrones" und die Hintergründe in. Vorschau auf die achte Episode "Niemand" (engl. "No One") der sechsten Staffel von "Game of Thrones" - ab Juni um 21 Uhr auf Sky Atlantic HD. Der Mittelpunkt des “Game of Thrones” Universums im Film! In S6 E8 trifft Sandor Clegane ab auf die Bruderschaft ohne Banner, die gerade die 3.
Gay Of ThronesGame of Thrones – Regarder la TV et enregistrer gratuitement en ligne – Die verschiedenen Seiten versammeln ihre Verbündeten um sich. S6 E8 • Niemand. Zusammenfassung der Geschehnisse in der achten Episode "Niemand" (engl. "No One") der sechsten Staffel "Game of Thrones" und die Hintergründe in. Ness recaps episodes of Game of Thrones season 6 using his unique brand of panache, flair, and fabulousness. Gay Of Thrones S6 E8 Recap: Know Cum.
Game Of Thrones S6 E8 The Broken Man VideoGame of Thrones season 6 episode 8 Daenerys Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 8 – No One Recap Posted on June 13, by Sue the Fury · Comments In tonight’s new episode of Game of Thrones, the siege of Riverrun came to an end, and no one was safe. "No One"is the eighth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones. It is the fifty-eighth episode of the series overall. It premiered on June 12, It was written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and directed by Mark Mylod. 1 Summary 2 Plot In Braavos In the Riverlands In Meereen. "No One" is the eighth episode of the sixth season of HBO's fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 58th episode overall. It was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Mark Mylod. Game Of Thrones, Season 6 Episode 8 Recap: A Girl Is Someone. Anne Cohen. Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO. Warning: spoilers ahead! "No One" is a misnomer. This episode is all about identity. As we inch. Directed by Mark Mylod. With Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke. Brienne arrives at Riverrun. Arya seeks shelter. Jaime meets with Edmure Tully.
Will it work? Hopefully…Arya and the Hound had some of the best scenes so it would be nice to see Arya return to her older personality or run back into the Hound…but that perhaps might be too much fan service.
Actually, fan service would be Arya finding Gendry again, right? I still think we might be seeing Lady Stoneheart by the season but we shall see! Oh, and we also get to see the Slavers come back to Mereen…only to have Dany show up in the middle of a siege.
Hooray Game of Thrones! You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Episode cast overview, first billed only: Peter Dinklage Tyrion Lannister Lena Headey Cersei Lannister Emilia Clarke Daenerys Targaryen Kit Harington Jon Snow Sophie Turner Sansa Stark Maisie Williams Arya Stark John Bradley Samwell Tarly Hannah Murray Gilly Kristofer Hivju Tormund Giantsbane Alfie Allen Theon Greyjoy Nathalie Emmanuel Missandei Tom Wlaschiha Jaqen H'ghar Michael McElhatton Roose Bolton Iwan Rheon Ramsay Bolton Iain Glen Edit Storyline In Braavos, Arya is learning slowly and is regularly tested.
Edit Did You Know? Faye Marsay, who portrayed the Waif, spoke about her participation in the episode, and leaving Game of Thrones after several seasons, saying "As much as I'm sad that I'm now off of the show, I think that storyline needed to be concluded that way.
I'm rooting for Arya and Maisie as well. Even though I won't be able to hang out with everyone again, I think it was done right and done properly.
I think Arya deserved to rip off her face and stick it on a wall. In the first scene featuring Sandor "the Hound" Clegane, comedian Steve Love was cast as one of the Brotherhood members killed by the Hound.
Love previously had become known for his impressions of various Game of Thrones characters, uploading the video to YouTube , which ultimately resulted in his appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Following the appearance, Love stated that he had received an email from Benioff offering him a part in the show, saying "I broached the subject by sending them an email back saying 'Listen I don't know what your plans are for me but it would really mean a lot to me if I could have one of those trademark Game of Thrones gruesome death scenes, and they wrote back saying 'Actually Steve, that was exactly what we had in mind for you.
Mylod previously directed the fifth season episodes " High Sparrow " and " Sons of the Harpy ". Mylod also directed the previous episode, " The Broken Man ", for the sixth season.
Mylod additionally spoke about filming the final scenes of the episode, the foot chase between Arya and the Waif, in the behind the scenes featurette published by HBO after the airing of the episode.
Mylod stated that he did extensive research in order to create the foot chase, saying "I devoured every foot chase in the history of cinema, but trying to take from that something that would fit into the blueprint of the Game of Thrones visual style, which is not necessarily the same kind of kinetic, handheld feel that you find in many contemporary thrillers.
It's a much more classic frame. It was actually a conscious choice in the writing and I think, for me, a very elegant storytelling beat as to get that reveal a few seconds later.
In an interview, Maisie Williams described the thought process behind Arya's scenes, as well as the process of filming saying "We wanted people to think this could be the end, or the start of the end.
Like maybe her wound is going to fester — like The Hound. Arya's been very lucky with the people she's encountered so far. The whole time she was with The Hound she took a back seat because he was really good.
So I wanted her to look like she was struggling. I got on set and they were going to have Arya rolling around, and diving, and I was like, "That looks amazing, but no.
She'd just duck under here and just get out. And I felt awful because the job of the stunt guys is to make everything look as crazy and cool as possible.
But I know Arya now. In the beginning it was a lot of guesswork and now I've figured her out. Faye Marsay, who portrayed the Waif, spoke about her scenes and filming with Williams, saying, "I think we did a month in Belfast before we started shooting.
We went into the stunt tent and lived there. It was choreographed like a dance. Maisie is so well coordinated and good at what she does.
I'm a little bit less coordinated and easily pissed off. I would drop the stick down and go, "I can't do it! She's so supportive. We did a month, and then the day before the cameras turned on, we would go through the moves a couple of times so we wouldn't hurt each other.
There were a few times we clipped each other. I remember getting her in the stomach really bad one time, and she nearly cut my ear off at one point.
We open at the farty play with Lady Crane as Cersei again, giving her speech as warty-cocked Pretend-Joffrey dies, but with the added anger suggested by Arya.
It's all very moving, I'm sure she'll die super soon. Or no, Arya's found her way back to seek help of her own.
Have we even mentioned the glorious Richard E Grant as Tywin? Almost Hudson Hawk level greatness. Lady Crane stitches up Arya's wounds, explaining that she liked to poke holes in her boyfriends what liked to poke holes in, er, ladies of the evening, so she would feel bad and stitch them up.
I'm skeptical, because The Waif stabbed Arya three times in the gut, twisting after the third. That doesn't look like a couple of stitches on the outside kind of problem.
Lady Crane asks Arya to come on the road with them, she could understudy, since Bianca the murderous Sansa double who presumably hired the No Ones to kill Lady Crane wouldn't be doing any more acting jobs, after what Lady Crane did to her face.
I'm just going to throw it out there that I don't remember Bianca's face The Lady drugs Arya with consent! Four unkempt gentleman are discussing kissing techniques, ending in a really uncomfortable-making jab at someone's butthole and all I have to say is if he thinks that smells like vagina, he's been doing it wrong for a very long time.
Anyway, the one whose bum was almost violated looks like a young Jamie Dornan, but he's not the get, we see The Hound coming and everyone else is smart enough to get gone.
I did not watch, but it was awfully splashy and gurgle-y with all kinds of whooshy noises. Isn't it funny, I thought the other one could pass as a young Benedict Cumberbatch!
The one with the Unsullied butthole, I mean. Tyrion and Lord Varys are walking aboot watching the re-invigorated city bustle, it seems Varys will be traveling to Westeros to get some ships for his Queen.
Looottta people bringing Dany boats, hey? The Ironborn too, I wonder how they're doing? Whatcha got? Lancel is at the head of the charge, telling her the High Septon requires her presence, chop chop now.
She refuses, and then the lines are drawn and we get the quote of the season from Cersei:. The first of the Faith buries his axe in The Mountain's chest, then has his head ripped off for his trouble.
Lancel and the others all run like little girls to the other side of the Keep as Cersei smiles that cold smirk of hers: His Holiness is welcome to visit her HERE whenever he likes.
We get Brienne!! Oh and she's staring at Jamie, pity. I know he's pretty, but he's kind of an incestuous rapey-ish bastage. Tormund's adorable!
So is Podrick, for the record! I'm not even gay and I would absolutely fcuk Brienne, full stop, Bronn, I get whatchyer saying, even if most of it is completely un-transcribable.
He's had it with the way women look at Jamie, it's frankly irritating, hahahaha, but really, I'd sooner Bronn any day.
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Archived from the original on September 10,"No One"is the eighth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones. It is the fifty-eighth episode of the series overall. It premiered on June 12, It was written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and directed by Mark Mylod. 1 Summary 2 Plot In Braavos In the Riverlands In Meereen In King's Landing At Riverrun 3 Appearances First Deaths 4 Production Cast 6/13/ · Veronica's back!!!! Yay!!! So that means our recap for Game of Thrones S6:E8 No One will be Call and Answer style again! YAY!! Rolling after the break. So. Last time we FOUND THE HOUND!!! And left Arya lurching all over the place after being stabbed in the belly by The Waif, when can we get these two back and wandering aboot the countryside together again? 6/13/ · Game of Thrones S6:E8 “No One” But apparently, people from the Riverlands haven’t watched season one of Game of Thrones, because they have not learned the hard lesson of Ned Stark: unwavering honor and righteousness will get you killed. Is there really no procedure for commands given by a liege lord under duress? Brienne konfrontiert Jaime während der Belagerung von Schnellwasser. Der wägt daraufhin seine Möglichkeiten ab. Währenddessen reagiert seine Schwester, Königinmutter Cersei, entschlossen auf eine Bitte. Tyrion Lannisters Pläne nehmen Gestalt an. "Niemand"1 (im Original "No One")2 ist die achte Folge der sechsten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Zusammenfassung der Geschehnisse in der achten Episode "Niemand" (engl. "No One") der sechsten Staffel "Game of Thrones" und die Hintergründe in. Vorschau auf die achte Episode "Niemand" (engl. "No One") der sechsten Staffel von "Game of Thrones" - ab Juni um 21 Uhr auf Sky Atlantic HD. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The episode also featured the deaths of several recurring characters in the series. Hull Fc some of them accept the offer of land in the south, many do not. Technical Specs. Unfortunately, bureaucracy prevails and the guard lets him in, Aufregend Französisch "He's my lord, my lord.