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Old 06-08-2012, 03:47 AM   #113
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Originally Posted by EnriqueIG8 View Post
She even wrote this song about him in 2007, about him being lazy and useless.
Omg that's so freaking cute. This made my day.

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Yes, that speech and knock out was awesome and hilarious.

It would be awesome if Alfie got nominated for an Emmy because he really deserves it, if I had to choose it was probably my favorite performance from this past season. That scene between Theon and Luwin in the finale was both heartbreaking and hilarious at the same time with the horn blower. However, I think a repeat for Peter Dinklage is probably the only acting award the show will get.
I agree - the Theon/Luwin scene was fabulous. I spent the whole season hating Theon and that was the first time he came across as sympathetic. Peter Dinklage is awesome; Tyrion is my favourite character by a mile. He steals every scene he's in for me, aided, no doubt, by his character's hilarious lines.
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