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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:53 am 
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The final scene was a hell of a visual.

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The final scene was a hell of a visual.

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I reckon Rick Grimes will save the day.

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Just saw the last episode last night. Love this series even more - swords, sorcery, boobs and now zombies! Heaven!!! :D

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Recently finished the second series, I'm still not sure if I like it or not.. I guess I must do, I was hooked but it didn't stand out as brilliant, must've been the nude scenes.

Tyrion is a great character though, best by far.

Excited for the next series too because of those weird zombie things that finally made an appearance, was a bit strange that they left the fat kid alone, anyone know why that was?

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Recently finished the second series, I'm still not sure if I like it or not.. I guess I must do, I was hooked but it didn't stand out as brilliant, must've been the nude scenes.

Tyrion is a great character though, best by far.

Excited for the next series too because of those weird zombie things that finally made an appearance, was a bit strange that they left the fat kid alone, anyone know why that was?


I suppose we don't actually know that they did leave him alone; we'll find out in the next series I suppose.

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New series started then, still loving it. It was a bit all over for the first episode as it was updating us on 90% of the characters. I'm sure it'll be a bit more focused in a specific areas from here. Can't wait for the rest.

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Definitely about groundwork - nothing really happened, but hopefully it picks up. I hope they have moe than 10 eps this season too.

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Not sure about how many, I believe each one is slightly longer than last season though.

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Definitely about groundwork - nothing really happened, but hopefully it picks up. I hope they have moe than 10 eps this season too.

Sums up last night's episode perfectly.

Does that guy that follows Daenerys around (Iain Glen's character) have any purpose other than to act as a narrator for the show? He seems completely pointless, other than his occasional "Those guys over there are this... as we believe our viewers aren't smart enough to work stuff out for themselves".

A fourth series has been confirmed!

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Good news. If they axe this show, or the good chap writing the books due so... Before its all concluded I will be annoyed beyond belief.

Agreed on the lovesick ponce who follows Daenerys around. I don't even like the way he stands, looks like superman mid sh!t.

I've read around, not many people are fans of Daenerys. Think people find her a bit annoying.. I find it a bit dull her bit, probably because she's so far removed from the rest.

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Bookwise her part doesn't get interesting until book 5 (Dance with Dragons) - that may be season 6 on TV if we're lucky.. books 3 & 4 were a lot of stories that hopefully are concurrent in the series :no:

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Here's something the TV companies would do well to consider...

Click The Link...http://theoatmeal.com/comics/game_of_thrones

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So the latest episode was a bit gutting then... Jesus.. It was really well done though.

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Wasn't too happy with series 3, maybe they're better if you read the books but I didn't find it to be great tv.. usually with series I like I will watch an episode and can't wait to start the next but I didn't feel that with these.

The ending to episode 9 (I think, the wedding?) was crazy, really shocked me that, wasn't expecting it at all until a couple of mins earlier when you could sense it wasn't going to end pretty.

I'm rubbish with names but I liked the dragon lady building up her army etc, but other than that it was a pretty dead series to me.

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Here's something the TV companies would do well to consider...

Click The Link...http://theoatmeal.com/comics/game_of_thrones

:laugh: - it's what I do tbh - even less options in the caribbean.

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 Post subject: Re: HBO: Game of Thrones
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The latest episode has a superb ending. :cool:

Can't wait for next week.

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Sure did. Peter Dingle was awesome in the last few minutes.

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You've lost me there mate, who's Peter Dingle?

Edit, never mind. Had a look on IMDB.. Peter Dinklage unless I'm missing something!

He's by far my favourite character in it, he was excellent as you say. :cool:

I was buzzing with how it ended.

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Ffs. I painstakingly spelled out Dinklage on my phone and the sh*tting thing still auto corrected it.. To Dingle?!

So yeah Dinklage.. He's tremendous. Definitely my favourite character. He better not ever die. But given that no one is safe in this bloody show I'm not confident.

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Game Of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B Weiss have promised flashbacks for season five and it’s got us all excited about which characters could potentially be returning to the hit HBO show.

The producers explained their decision to reporters in Spain this week: ‘Making the first season, we set a rule: No prophecies, dreams, or flashbacks. We already failed the first two, and this season we broke the third.

‘So yes, this season will finally have flashbacks,’ they added.

But if, like us, your mind wanders to the likes Ned Stark, Robb Stark and The Red Viper, it looks as though we’re all going to be bitterly disappointed.


Fans suspect the flashbacks will have more to do with the characters’ childhood after casting leaked for Young Cersei. EURGH.

HOWEVER, ‘flashbackS‘ suggests we can expect various trips down memory lane which is probably something to hold out for.

Meanwhile, it’s been announced that Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (best known for his role as Mr Eko in Lost) has secured a spot in the upcoming series. Details of the role are a closely guarded secret but his character goes by the name Malko and doesn’t feature in the books.

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