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    Anyone saw this TV show? Just finished the 5th episode and if you like TV show than you should see this one. Its starts off pretty lame but after 2-3 eps it gets better!

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    I liked the 1st season. I'm waiting for the 2nd season to come out soon.


    • #3
      finished the first season, super pumped for the second season. great, in depth plot lines for all characters.


      • #4
        ...still mad they killed off Eddard Stark...Bean is an amazing actor and perfect for these types of roles.


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          this stuff is popular again?
          what sort of magazines might someone read (if they did) who likes this sort of thing?

          Originally posted by bolsen
          Whatever you do, don't take a screenshot and post that pm...


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            GAME OF THRONES Season 3 Will Feature An Extra Episode...Sort Of!

            According to EW, HBO's Game Of Thrones is gearing up for a "super-sized" third season. Fans have been hoping that as the series progressed, the seasons would run a little longer - in keeping with the ever expanding volumes of George R.R. Martin's Song Of Ice And Fire saga. Well, there will still be only 10 episodes for season 3, but those familiar with the largest novel in the series, "A Storm Of Swords", will be happy to hear that they will be able to cram in a little more from that third book thanks to longer episode running times..

            “There’s almost another full episode’s worth of extra minutes spread across the season,” says Dan Weiss. “One of the great liberties with HBO is we’re not forced to come in at a specific time. We can’t be under 50 minutes or over 60, but that gives us a lot of flexibility.” David Benioff adds, “A super-sized season, as befitting Storm of Swords. Last year we had a lot of 52-minute episodes. This year is a lot of 56, 57. So for people clamoring for another episode, it’s in there, It’s just been cut into tiny pieces.”

            Apparently the team had to request special permission from HBO to have the season 3 finale run over an hour, something unheard of for the network until now.


            • #7
              Don't normally like stuff like this but I thought the first season was bloody good.

              Especially the lesbian scenes.


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                George R.R Martin Reveals A Chapter From THE WINDS OF WINTER

                Since the shocking resolution of A Dance With Dragons, fans have been eagerly awaiting the next, and penultimate, novel in the Song Of Ice And Fire saga. Martin is notorious for taking his sweet time on these books - understandable given the quality and sheer density of each one - but it does leave fans a little impatient. Well, Martin has now posted pretty much a full chapter of The Winds Of Winter to his blog. It doesn't offer up much in the way of spoilers, nor does it bring us back to The Wall to see what's happening with Jon Snow (obviously) but it does give us a glimpse into the lives of the Martells of Dorne, as young Arianne prepares to leave to discover what became of her kin. Below is a short passage, be sure to click the link at the end of the article to read the rest.

                On the morning that she left the Water Gardens, her father rose from his chair to kiss her on both cheeks. "The fate of Dorne goes with you, daughter," he said, as he pressed the parchment into her hand. "Go swiftly, go safely, be my eyes and ears and voice.. but most of all, take care." "I will, Father." She did not shed a tear. Arianne Martell was a princess of Dorne, and Dornishmen did not waste water lightly. It was a near thing, though. It was not her father's kisses nor his hoarse words that made her eyes glisten, but the effort that brought him to his feet, his legs trembling under him, his joints swollen and inflamed with gout. Standing was an act of love. Standing was an act of faith. He believes in me. I will not fail him. Seven of them set out together on seven Dornish sand steeds. A small party travels more swiftly than a large one, but the heir to Dorne does not ride alone. From Godsgrace came Ser Daemon Sand, the bastard; once Prince Oberyn's squire, now Arianne's sworn shield. From Sunspear two bold young knights, Joss Hood and Garibald Shells, to lend their swords to his. From the Water Gardens seven ravens and a tall young lad to tend them. His name was Nate, but he had been working with the birds so long that no one called him anything but Feathers. And since a princess must have some women to attend her, her company also included pretty Jayne Ladybright and wild Elia Sand..



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                  Pic of Emilia Clarke from last night's Golden Globe awards:



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                      One of the few shows the wife and I enjoy watching together (along with Walking Dead). Absolutely love it


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                          Nikolaj Coster-Waldau On GAME OF THRONES

                          Nikolaj Coster-Waldau discusses what initially drew him to the role of Jaime Lannister and abstractly hints that Season Three will begin a quasi-redemption for the disgraced Lord Commander of the Kingsguard.


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