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[TV SPOILERS] Ned's Words

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"I, Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell, Warden of the North, Hand of the King, say only one thing to Death: 'Not to' ---" *snick*

He could have survived if he followed Robert's example of using "Titles... Titles..."

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"I, Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell, Warden of the North, Hand of the King, say only one thing to Death: 'Not to' ---" *snick*

He could have survived if he followed Robert's example of using "Titles... Titles..."

Epic!

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How is a thread titled "Ned's Last Words" a no spoilers thread? Or does it not count if the episode already aired.

As per the rules, an episode aired on the main channel (e.g. not a week ahead on HBOGO) is fair game for commentary without spoiler tags/notification. So, it doesn't need to be marked as [TV Spoilers], unless it were to spoil a future episode.

Still, better to err in this direction, than the other...

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He was either saying:

"Oops I guess I shouldnt have waited to tell Jon his mother is actually-" *shhhlupp!*

Or

"my only regret is that I never got to do Roz doggy sty-" *shhhwicck*

Or

"This is the tale, of captain Jack Sparrow-" *shhhliticky splat*

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"This is the tale, of captain Jack Sparrow-" *shhhliticky splat*

haha

or "life is a box of chocolates and my name is-" *hack*

Or maybe "Well at least it's not arrows again."

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"So strange we should suffer so much over such a little prick--" *shhink!"

I love him to bits, but I swear the man have it in his contract that he's required to die in damn near everything he's in, :rolleyes:

I remember cheering when I saw he was Odysseus in Troy because I knew he'd live for a change.

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Ned's last words:

"Lord Baelish, bring me his head!"

- What an irony that the traitor kills the headsman of the betrayed, in a way - well, but it's a bit more complicated all the way, because LF betrayed so much for all the deaths, he's more than a double traitor, I think.

And while the whole ending scene was just awesome, did anyone else think the speach of Jack Gleeson was just epic? - I really think he did get really much less praise than he deserved, because just everyone hates his character.

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