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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Napoleon PhoneApart, Jan 6, 2013.
I liked the little shout-out to Elric of Melnibone near the beginning of the episode.
I've loved Diana Rigg since I was a kid.
That's it. My attitude toward future wedding invitations:
Don't let George R. R. Martin plan your wedding.
Somehow I was expecting something more gruesome but that will do just fine.
at least he had time to realize what was happening to him, although the arrogant little prick probably never thought it was ultimately his own actions that caused it to happen. I haven't read the books, but I'm wondering if he survives in a vegetative state - they didn't show him actually die.
I think that was a pretty clear-cut death. Jack Gleeson nailed it and the makeup/effects people did a spectacular job. You could see nasal and eye hemorrhaging as he was dying and then he turned blue, went limp and stopped breathing. There's no way they could bring him back from that without modern medical treatment. That was the best death scene I've ever seen on television.
He was truly evil, but I loved hating him. So in a weird way, I'll miss his character and scenes.
Joffrey the vegetative zombie king.
I lost it when I got to Theon.
I'm sad. Now I'm thinking about Dead Joffrey.
Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin types his novels on a 30-year-old DOS-based computer using Wordstar 4.0. There is no spellchecker and the computer is not connected to the internet. Good for him, eliminating the chance for both viruses and distractions.
Make this happen.
they are quite the pair. definitely my favorite storyline in the show.
Same here. Great chemistry.