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If you do the math, you will discover that we only have two episodes left to see the series come to an end and therefore we only have two and a half hours left to get to the denouement. And this is one of those episodes in which many aspects of the final battle for the throne begin to become clear.

If you need a review of the previous episodes here you will find everything related to the end of season 7 of Game of Thrones and so far of the eighth, and we also offer a guide to the 10 key episodes of the series:

And we already focus on chapter 8×04: written for HBO by David Benioff and Dan Weiss, the creators of the series, and directed by David Nutter, this episode has a very generic official synopsis that gives us little information, but we still transfer it to you: «The Battle of Winterfell is over and a new chapter begins for Westeros». Here are our first impressions:

Arranged in pyres, the crowded corpses are ready to be cremated. Arya, Jon, Dany, Sansa, Sam and Grey Worm carry torches to set them on fire, but not before Jon observes the corpse of Lyanna Mormont, Sam that of Ed the Sorrowful and Arya that of Beric Dondarrion.

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Chapter 4 is when the narrative of Life is Strange: True Colors starts to get very serious and, as such, you’ll be paying close attention to the locations, characters, and story beats as they unfold. Because of this, optional flashbacks can fade into the background and can be easy to overlook.

So you don’t miss it, we’ve compiled a complete guide on where to find all the hidden memories in Life is Strange: True Colors Chapter 4 as you attend the spring festival and engage in a beautiful night of potential romance.

When the chapter begins, you will find yourself in Alex’s apartment with ample freedom to explore. The first souvenir can be found in Pressed Rose directly above the kitchen table.

You’ll find a sticker on the window of the flower shop shed after talking to Riley on the bridge over the university. It’s a sad souvenir, dipping into her unwillingness to attend college and instead take care of her grandmother.

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Lightman and Foster investigate the son of a devout Jehovah’s Witness family who was accused of killing his teacher after he was caught fleeing the scene of the crime. At the same time Foster and Torres collaborate with the Democratic National Committee to investigate a second case in which the Chairman of the House Ethics Committee was accused of paying for sex.

Foster with Loker’s help investigates a NASA test pilot accused of intentionally crashing a $250 million plane. Coincidentally, the pilot is descended from Soviet parents, rivals of the U.S., yet he claims to love his country and NASA more than anything.

A controversial South Korean ambassador is presumed to be the target of assassination at his son’s wedding. Lightman’s entire team is sent to prevent the assassination. However, it is the son who is shot instead of his father. Lightman exposes family secrets in order to identify the killer.

Meanwhile, Loker and Torres must determine if a famous peace activist has lied about her suffering from violence in her home country, and is who she claims to be in her book. This may jeopardize their global standing, but Loker’s attraction to this socially conscious woman clouds his assessment of her.


I know, it doesn’t make sense. That she dies of anxiety every time she has to speak English and at the same time she is the best actress in her class is inexplicable. However, it’s not a matter of understanding, it’s a matter of believing.

Of course I wish I had tangible things to fall back on. I wish I had concrete answers to all the essential doubts. I would also like to have a mathematical theorem to predict the inaccuracy of patience with the precision with which the length of a hypotenuse is calculated, or to be able to go to a church, kneel before the statue of someone I have never seen, and have a ghost whisper in my ear the exact day when Hollywood will remember we exist and write.

The problem with inertia is that it dynamites the illusion of having options. After a while of doing the same thing in the same place, everything that seemed interesting and innovative ends up proving to be as deadly boring as it really is.

Maiah can’t eat at Chipotle again without feeling like she’ll end up throwing up and there isn’t a sandwich at Subway that doesn’t taste like we’ve tried them all. The same Mediterranean food place that we devoured relentlessly every noon with pleasure, now becomes all salt and grease and plastic, and even the delicious chocolate chip cookies she loved to eat in the middle of the afternoon make her sick to her stomach.