Do you mean executive producer David? Or Dan? Or a co-executive producer called George R.R. Martin? /wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
I seriously doubt any of them would claim to represent the "pervert side of the audience" or downplay ASoIaF's drama.
But, seriously, there is nothing wrong with nudity and sex if it is definitely part of the story and not only added for thrills.
Did you read the OP? Neil's whole point was that the nude scene wasn't relevant to the story or characters in any way, it was added solely because some old fat rich scumbug working for HBO wanted to see tits and vag. Utterly disgusting.
On the bright side, I think Neil's decision to have Stannis fight his way up the walls was brilliant. That was an amazingly epic scene, and it really made me root for the one true King of Westeros. I agree with Ran, I hope that Neil will be back to work on GoT again, he's a great director.
Edited by Catastrophe, 02 June 2012 - 06:34 PM.