I have come so many thousands of leagues, and for what? Who have I served? I have lost my daughters, Robb does not want me, and Bran and Rickon must surely think me a cold and unnatural mother. I was not even with Ned when he died … Catelyn had not eaten today. Perhaps that had been unwise. She told herself that there had been no time, but the truth was that food had lost its savor in a world without Ned. When they took his head off, they killed me too.
Do you ever worry that maybe they DID go too far by having Kylo Ren kill Han Solo, if redemption is their ultimate story goal for him? Personally, I think it adds all the right gravitas and conflict to the story, but it seems like there are so many people who vow that he can't come back from that that it makes me nervous sometimes. Do you think that's what they wanted the audience's reaction to be? Or do you worry that they took a narrative leap and that it might have been too much for people?