Joffrey's "a very, very dangerous and tricky human being."
Game of Thrones 101 is a required course at our University.
After three hours of listless flitting, Game of Thrones let fly last night with a tight, rip-roaring belch of fiery goodness.
Dinklage loves scarves as much as Tyrion loves whores.
"You can't eat gold."
Anecdotes by superfans who found themselves breaking bread (and partying) with the best-selling author.
"Don't text and go about your private business. In armor."
This episode was all over the place — until that very last scene.
Guess which one is actually blonde?
Sure, why not?
"He's a tough old bird."
We catch up with everyone else and Diana Rigg shows up as the Dowager Countess of Westeros.
He and Drunk Uncle are the best.
Distinguish Bran from Bronn from Brienne.
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One part angry swan, one part Jurassic Park.
Literally zero people are even mildly surprised.
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Who's more messed up: the Starks or the Bluths?
And so begins season three.
With this many people running around Westeros, it helps to be introduced in advance.
"My favorite theory is that Dany wins."
And we mean speedy.
Unlike Boardwalk Empire, Thrones has fun with its relentlessly propulsive pile of plots.