Totally agree! The entire bit about Sam's daily routine was extremely gross, but I loved how it contrasts what Sam was expecting to do at library of Citadel, and what the reality turned out to be.
A good episode - a little underwhelming, but I understand they are setting up the pieces. One thing I was thinking about: Euron Greyjoy tells Cersei that she might enjoy the feeling of killing her brother. Something tells me this is foreshadowing of Cersei killing Jaime, not Tyrion. I say this since Cersei only seems to be getting more disconnected from the reality, and is beginning to resemble a mad queen - she blames Tommen for killing himself, and I’m sure this is not going well with Jaime. I see a setup where Jaime turns against her, and attempts to kill the mad queen — that would be an interesting development. What do you think?
It would be nice to include a tutorial/overview of what all web technologies you are using to make Commonlounge itself and why you chose them. That way, we can get some insight into how to build a web app like this. Thanks for putting this together!
Hahaha! Yeah, I totally expect that from Frank. I'm sure he'll break the fourth wall right after killing her, and say: "You didn't think I'll go that far, did you?"
Oh I see. I think yes, it will become the main way to interact with devices is most areas. Reading a bunch of text and clicking buttons seems much more unnatural than just speaking. Touch won't go away, since there are times you want to get something done privately, or it might be inappropriate to speak aloud, or the task might be more visual.
But in most cases, people will just speak normally. Same way that most of the time two humans are talking to each other, they do so verbally.
I really liked Yates' reference to sitting and hiding for 13 hours straight — seemed like a meta reference to us viewers, sitting and hiding and watching this for 13 hours straight!