Game of Thrones

Merlin99

Visualize whirled peas
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I mean that one guy took that axe to the face......... :) And they did cook Wall Art zombie kid.......
Axe to the face guy doesn't really count, he's like those hundreds of guys the "killed" in the battle of the bastards, more background scenery than real characters. The Umber kid though was original though, especially how he woke up.
 
Did anyone else see the news article on the last GoT? Apparently someone left a disposable coffee cup on the dining table in front of the queen and it made airing. Internet is blowing up....
 

lucky_bee

RBF expert
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Did anyone else see the news article on the last GoT? Apparently someone left a disposable coffee cup on the dining table in front of the queen and it made airing. Internet is blowing up....
Internet needs to calm down. as someone who works in the visual arts field (with a lot of non-artsy people, mind you), mistakes happen the most when I'm rushed and overloaded. And people just loveeee to point them out. :boxing:
 

glhs837

Power with Control
How soon does Cersei snuff this dude? And in what horrible way to make up for the fact that she actually had to let him touch her?
 

Merlin99

Visualize whirled peas
PREMO Member
Really, really nuttsy cookoo

The golden company, not all they were hyped to be.

Scorpions were a lot more impressive last week.
 

glhs837

Power with Control
Graphically, great, plotwise, crapola. In the Golden Companies defense, hard to tough in the face of whats effectively a nuclear weapon.

Jon Snow - how many times has he screwed the world by what he will and wont stick his junk into?

Jamie - Impressive stamina for a guy with two 8 inch stab wounds to the abdomen.

Arya - Yeah, we coulda gotten the "Now motivated to kill the dragon lady" in about half the time.

Oh, the bells. Never heard that before. Who the hell rang them?
 

Monello

Awww, jeez
PREMO Member
ESPN ruins show by revealing program details ahead of airing on West coast.

While recapping the night’s NBA action on “SportsCenter,” which included the Raptors’ Game 7 victory over the 76ers, ESPN’s Michael Eaves spilled a massive spoiler, revealing the death of a certain character, before the penultimate episode of the HBO fantasy series aired on the West Coast.

Naturally, some viewers were not pleased and vented their frustrations at Eaves on Twitter.

“Flipping on @SportsCenter real quick before starting GOT and @michaeleaves spoils a major plot point less than an hour after it airs. Unbelievable,” one user tweeted.
I hate when people do that
 

Monello

Awww, jeez
PREMO Member
What's in a name? I wonder how red the necks of these people are on the Home Depot paint chip scale.

Since 2011, some 3,562 babies were named Khaleesi or Daenerys, according to the Social Security Administration. Five hundred and sixty little Khaleesis came into the world in 2018 alone.
damn HBO
 

CPUSA

Well-Known Member
What's in a name? I wonder how red the necks of these people are on the Home Depot paint chip scale.



damn HBO
I'm going out on a limb here...they are either lily white....or ebony...on the Home Depot paint chip scale
After all, Danaerys is the Queen of the SJWs. She is the freer of slaves, The breaker of chains, blah blah blah
Well, she was before she decided to kill everybody. You know, like a typical Progressive SJW...
 

This_person

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I'm going out on a limb here...they are either lily white....or ebony...on the Home Depot paint chip scale
After all, Danaerys is the Queen of the SJWs. She is the freer of slaves, The breaker of chains, blah blah blah
Well, she was before she decided to kill everybody. You know, like a typical Progressive SJW...
But, but, but, she was only killing them to FREE them!!
 

SamSpade

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We were a little disappointed. For an abbreviated season, we had a mix of extremely intense episodes with lots of story - and ones like this, with very little surprise, no big dramatic moments and mostly lots of talking. After eight years, we really thought the last episode would be a bang, but it seems like 3 and 5 were most of the storyline and everything else was added to tie up the loose ends.

The only surprise for me was Drogon. Without anyone having the ability to restrain him or otherwise tell him what to do, he was one of the few characters in the show that had the wisdom to just let things go. And he's an animal.

I hear a "prequel" series is in the works. I don't think I will watch. I certainly don't care about a sequel. While the show was entertaining, it wandered. With the exception of the overarching lurking menace of the Night King in the background, he was dispatched in a single episode and most of the story seemed - endless and without a planned "ending".

I will miss Tyrion. He seemed to always say the exact right thing at the right time. Even when facing execution, his first words to Jon Snow when he entered his cell was if he'd brought any wine (for those unfamiliar with his character, it was his way of saying he'd accepted his fate).
 
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