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What It’s Like to Live Spoiler-Free Post “Game of Thrones”

In a world of shocked Social Media Enthusiasts determined to ruin it for you. Last night marked the grand finale of the fourth season of “Game of Thrones” and, according to the World Wide Web, it was a shocker. As for this writer? Well, I’m comfortable assuming it was chock full of those classic George R.R. Martin induced “WTF Moments.” But I can’t technically say that I know with any certainty. Because I haven’t seen that last four episodes of the season. Because  reasons. But…

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Father’s Day is Sunday…And So Is The Game of Thrones Finale

HBO wants to wish Dad’s everywhere a Happy Father’s Day, and also: don’t forget to tune in for the grand, sweeping season finale of Game of Thrones.

Like we really needed the reminder.  As season four of the epic fantasy series wraps up,  show creators Dan Weiss and David Benioff have been persistent in letting people know that this finale is the “best finale [they’ve] ever done, bar none.” In fact, the episode in question — chillingly titled “The Children” — has been submitted for two Emmy’s: Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series and Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup. Though every episode of this phenomenal season has set a new viewing record every week, “The Children” is the first ever submitted for Emmy consideration.  Clearly, Weiss and Benioff are fairly confident that the cast and crew have truly outdone themselves this time.  In a statement, the duo praised the hard work of everyone on set saying, “The performances from our cast, the direction from Alex Graves, the VFX work, the new cues from Ramin Djawadi – all of it came together in perhaps the finest hour we’ve produced.”

All this to say, get your Father’s Day priorities straight and be ready to tune in for the 66 minute finale, this sunday on HBO at 9pm/8c. Happy Father’s Day…Winter is Coming.

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Math Teacher Keeps His Class in Order, One Game of Thrones Death at a Time

When pushed to the brink, one particular teacher found an ingenious and simple solution for keeping the classroom in order. They talk too much: he reveals the next Game of Thrones character to die. On Dans Ton Chat, the french equivalent of Reddit,  one student detailed the genius method devised by his math teacher for keeping 100 students under control. “My math teacher is a genius…Basically, the class was being really noisy and after several unsuccessful attempts to censure us, the teacher told us to shut…

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A Song of Ice and Fire, The Movie?

Since George R.R. Martin spoke with The Hollywood Reporter, speculation persists the Game of Thrones series will end not with a final season on HBO but a movie (or movies) instead. Since the publication of that infamous Vanity Fair article, emphasizing how the show was quickly catching up with the (as-of-now) unfinished series, discussion has exploded all over the internet.  What will show creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff do if (when) they begin to surpass the story which George R.R. Martin has published?  There’s a lot…

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HBO Taunts Game of Thrones Fans With a Stunning Sneak Peek of Season 4

If this year’s late premier date for Game of Thrones Season 4 means anything, it’s more teaser content shot just right to leave you counting down the weeks until Sunday, April 6th. HBO’s latest sneak peek at the new season for GoT was a thrilling fifteen minutes which, you guessed it, left us begging for more. Masterfully shot, the trailer (aptly titled, “Game of Thrones Season 4: Ice and Fire: A Foreshadowing”) features crew commentary as well as a twitter-fueled Q&A session with cast members.…

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Brace Yourselves, This Season Premier Is Going To Be Epic

Recap: Game of Thrones. Season 4. April 6, 9pm/8c. Has everyone checked out the Game of Thrones trailer for season 4 yet? Everyone properly enthusiastic about the season premier? Good. Any fan of the books has an idea of what’s coming this season, though inevitably, the screen adaptation always switches things up a hair (or two).  Some changes to expect this season include new casting for Tommen, Joffrey’s younger brother — presumably they needed a slightly older actor, no big deal. More interesting, the actor…

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