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  1. Oh, God, cocks are hilarious! Total comedy gold. Give them another award, damnit.
  2. Um, I'm sorry. I haven't seen this episode yet, I am 5 behind....what in the hell is going on with Hodor?? Please someone tell me. And why did Summer die??
  3. Hi Elio,

    Just wanted to say thank you for continuing my tradition of the Rant and Rave thread over to the general discussion of the new season.  I started it back in season 2 and am honored that you like it enough to keep it going and help make it one of the most popular threads on the forums :)


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      My pleasure!

  4. It didn't really sound to me like she was joking in the video, but I also had no idea about their weird senses of humor until this thread. I don't really keep up with them too much, but this was strange enough for me to notice.
  5. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sophie-turner-game-of-thrones-arya-love-scene_us_573f4fa9e4b045cc9a70e53e
  6. [Spoilers] Criticize Without Repercussion

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    Anyone read about Sophie Turner wanting Sansa and Arya to have a lesbian love scene? lol, wat?
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    The general acclaim by critics of this show makes me think of movie critics. If a movie is "artsy," a documentary, a musical, or is a relatively unexplored genre, it's almost guaranteed to get praise by all critics. I can't even believe some of the movies that have 90%+ on Rotten Tomatoes and are absolute garbage. I'm not going to name them because I don't want to fight with people, lol, but yeah, that's one reason I don't like movie critics in general. I used to be a tv critic and one thing I liked about the community is that tv critics are relatively divided, unless something is unearthly good (The Sopranos, The Wire). Ray Donovan is a good example of this. It ranges from critics thinking it's absolute trash to an absolute masterpiece. However, somehow Game of Thrones has become like an untouchable show...I think because of how expensive and unique it is (huge budget show about dragons and fantasy and extreme gratuity) that it's something critics feel like they "have" to like or they'll be made a joke out of. It really annoys me because this show has clearly not been good for a very long time.
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    Agreed....if it was up to me I would cancel it without blinking an eye. Of course, it's not up to me, and will not be canceled, but yes, I would be happier.
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    Yeah, I cringe every time I read "greatest show of all time" regarding this show. I honestly can't even find it to be a guilty pleasure though, and not just because I don't like it, but because I find it boring. That's why I don't even watch anymore. It used to be at least kind of fun to watch even though I didn't like it....now it's just gotten straight-up boring. My sister and brother-in-law are soooo disappointed with this season. She keeps falling asleep during the show. After the premiere I said, "So, still like this show?" "Not after that." So I know it's not just us. I have some guilty pleasures too, but I don't pretend like they're good, lol. My worst is probably Girls. That show is so fucking horrible but I enjoy watching it for some reason. It's like a hilarious trainwreck. Dunham's "Inside the Episode" segments are sooooo pretentious too, kind of like D&D. It's not desecrating its source material like GoT though, so it doesn't make me mad. It's just funny. They should all collaborate and make something terrible together.
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    Jaime looks like such a jock....the fact that most of the male characters don't have long hair is still jarring to me. I rewatched LOTR lately and I don't understand why the GoT actors can't have hair like that. Did D&D think it wasn't manly enough or something? Oberyn having short hair really took me out of it as well, considering he's such a free spirit. I mean, Ned and Jon have long hair, but Oberyn doesn't? Maybe that sounds stupid and petty, but it really annoys me. I mentioned a few weeks ago about how this show has made me like a lot of these actors less, even Dinklage, who I just adored before GoT. I still like him, but I don't know....I just kind of hate everything and everyone in this show. Even Ramin Djawadi is getting on my nerves, lol. I have only watched the first episode of this season still, LOL. Like I said before, there is just soooo much good television to watch, I don't have the time to watch this garbage. I feel like this thread pretty much gives me all the information I need. This week - Osha dies, Ramsay is boring, Dany shows her tits and is immune to fire, Jaime is a boring pansy.....yeah, sounds about right.
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    It's sad because Iwan Rheon is sooooo talented, and he's stuck with this horrible role. There is no depth to his character at all. Like someone else said, he is just boring. He's making the most of it, but I would still like to see him in something much better than this. That's like every actor on the show, I know, but I really, really like Iwan.....I was pretty upset when he was cast, honestly, because I knew it would turn out like this.