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Old 04-25-2012, 12:15 PM   #75
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Default Re: HBO game of thrones - anyone watching?

You're clearly a troll but - the thread is called HBO Game of Thrones, i.e. it's dedicated to the TV show. If that's too hard for you to grasp...

...oh wait, doesn't really matter, you'll be banned soon enough.

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Originally Posted by hat__boy View Post
Yes, I jest. It's all about Tyrion.


Lembras, if it's too difficult for you not to be a prick, fuck off.

If you want to discuss the novels, open another thread.
I love Tyrion too. He gets the best lines.

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Originally Posted by Pirata. View Post


Surprised HBO didn't submit Jack Gleeson for a supporting actor nomination at the Emmys, but submitted Kit Harrington who plays Jon Snow. No offense to Kit, but Jack's portrayal of Joffrey inspires so much hatred in people, it's absurd, and it's insane he didn't get chosen.

Speaking of Joffrey, that horrible, sadistic scene with the whores
Jon Snow barely made an impact apart from his looks. That's an odd choice.

Yeah that scene with the whores - It was so sick.
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