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'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Episode 2 Recap: "The House of Black and White"

Excluding a minor check-in with Tyrion and a not-so-minor interlude at the Wall, “The House of Black and White” centers on Game of Thrones’ women. Each is involved in a microcosm of the struggle that defines their lives in this man’s world of violence and bored rock-skipping during discussions of wedding logistics: asserting control over both themselves and others, an enterprise that’s doomed to fail, or at least not entirely succeed. 993 more words


Enjoy 'Game Of Thrones' While You Can Because The Show's Creators Say The End Is In Sight

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss already know how Game of Thrones will end. Now they might also know WHEN it will end. The screenwriting duo… 660 more words


'Game of Thrones' Creators: We Know How It's Going to End

It’s nearly impossible to quantify the ways in which HBO’s “Game of Thrones” has reinvented the fantasy genre on television. Now in its fifth season, the HBO juggernaut has garnered massive ratings and millions of fans worldwide. 2,412 more words


Too epic for words

How I feel about the ‘Game of Thrones’ television series surpassing the novel saga

By Elliot Chan, Opinions Editor
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Musings on "A Song of Ice and Fire" vs. "Game of Thrones"

WARNING: This post will discuss George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series in varying degrees of detail, often in direct comparison with its TV adaptation, HBO’s “Game of Thrones”. 6,254 more words


‘Game Of Thrones’ Showrunners David Benioff & D.B. Weiss Break Down The Mountain vs. Viper Fight For Us

Game of Thrones is a great show with even greater individual moments.

Ned’s beheading, the Red Wedding, the Purple Wedding; these are all instantly iconic scenes that will inspire YouTube reaction videos for years to come. 907 more words


In Its Fifth Season, 'Game of Thrones' May Finally Surpass the Books

There are two equal and opposite forces at work in the fifth season of Game of Thrones, which HBO will unleash on our DVRs —  977 more words