ABSOLUTELY DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU PLAN ON WATCHING THE FINALE YOURSELF
I'd like to preface this with the fact that I really do love GoT. I think it was an incredible show and top marks to the cast and crew for visualising such a fantastic world.
That being said, for me the ending of Game Of Thrones wasn't satisfying. The death of Dany was justified, but Jon going back to the Night's Watch is incredibly stupid. Considering he is the true heir, he should've taken the throne. Moving past that, Bran becoming king makes very little sense when you take into account that the Three-Eyed Raven isn't supposed to lead the people of Westeros. Why take the most consistently disliked character and make them the overall hero? It's a sure-fire way to anger fans. Sansa and Arya going their separate ways was understandable if a bit predictable. I think everyone knew that Sansa would become Queen in the North, and that Arya wouldn't stick around to be a Lady. Everything with Tyrion seemed pointless, considering he's locked up and striped of his position only to be freed and given the position again 30 minutes later. The Unsullied leaving seems foolish, surely Grey Worm wouldn't depart Westeros so quickly after all that has happened, especially since they are effectively the only military in the 6 kingdoms.
I know this is very rambly, and that a lot of people will disagree. I'm not saying that there weren't high points of the episode. Despite Tyrion's scenes being useless, they were so well acted, probably the best acted scenes of the episode. Podrik becoming a knight was great, and Drogon is always awesome to watch.
To me, the whole episode seemed to flip-flop between scenes, rushing to a conclusion that left a bad taste in the mouth, and made me feel disappointed as the credits rolled. But I open this to you guys, what do you think of the finale episode? Was it satisfying? What could have been improved? I'd love to hear your thoughts!