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Game of Thrones: "The Lion and the Rose" Review (Season 4 Episode 2)

Let’s get this straight: surprising, unexpected plot developments do not automatically equate to compelling TV. It’s easy for a writer to haphazardly churn out a twist for pure shock value; success lies in making the twist fit satisfyingly into the story’s narrative.  1,304 more words

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Bran's Wierwood Vision

In “The Lion and the Rose,” Bran wargs (is that a verb?) into a wierwood tree and sees a bunch of shots that go by really quickly but are probably super significant. 804 more words

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Game of Thrones: The Lion and The Rose -Ep. 2 Season 4

I’m a couple days late on this on.  I was so sleepy Sunday night.  That’s what DVR is for.

So, I had almost forgotten about Theon.  296 more words

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Game of Thrones Recap. Season 4 Episode 2 "The Lion and the Rose."

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2 – “The Lion and the Rose.”

***Obviously, spoilers for tonight’s Game of Thrones episode***

After the first season ended with the loss of Eddard Stark ( 703 more words

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Spies in The Game of Thrones

I’m a late comer to this show. My husband’s away in Egypt and my brain quits on me in the evenings, so I took advantage of the recent watchathon to see what all the fuss was about. 440 more words

Musing

To Kill A Direwolf

In the last three seasons Game of Thrones has established that in Westeros you will certainly die if you are Sean Bean or Sean Bean’s wife or Sean Bean’s son or Sean Bean’s daughter-in-law or Sean Bean’s family dog or Sean Bean’s unborn grandchild. 691 more words

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Kristian Nairn: My Favourite Game

My Favourite Game is our monthly series in which we ask famous figures about their gaming habits. There’s more here.

Standing at six feet and ten inches tall, Kristian Nairn is the perfect fit for the role of Hodor in HBO’s Game Of Thrones. 14 more words