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I see what you did there. :p

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Acceptable reactions to last nights episode:

 

* Holy sith

 

* Holy ewok

 

* Holy ewoking sith

 

* Holy mother of God

 

* What the ewok?

 

* What the hell?

 

* Are you ewoking kidding me?

 

* Jesus

 

* Jesus Christ

 

* Jesus H. Christ

 

* Jesus ewoking Christ

 

* *Stunned Silience

 

* *Uncontrollable sobs*

 

* *Your best impersonation of Arya's laugh.*

 

* *Barfing*

 

* *Screaming*

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Also a face like this: D:

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Yes, very bloody scene. 

 

Should that episode be retitled as:   Road Kill       or

                                                   

                                                    Guts on the grill

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Yeah, so... Anybody got a mop?

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Lol!

More like, should someone call hazmat??

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Just found out it's airing at 2am Monday morning here with no adverts. Woop!

 

Wait, so it normally airs with ads there?  Here, it airs for an hour straight.

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Just found out it's airing at 2am Monday morning here with no adverts. Woop!

Wait, so it normally airs with ads there? Here, it airs for an hour straight.

Yeah, however there had been a lot less ads in the series this year compared to other shows.

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so, what did you think of this last episode pertaining to nothing but the Wall?

 

It was awesome to see how HBO fleshed out those battle scenes.

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I liked it, even though I was kind of itching to see what was going on in King's Landing...

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Season finally was really good.

 

They wrapped up the strings on what was going on during this second part of the season.

 

So, I guess they did answer that age old question .....

 

"do Lanisters really.... uh-hem....poop gold???"   :question:

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Yeah it was a good finale, bit I want the next series now!

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Yes, it's going to be harder to wait for this next season.

 

I think I am more excieted to start in on book 6 though!

 

I wish he would get it out there already!!!

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Yeah I'll have forgotten what happened in the last one by the time it's out lol

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Found this amazing fan trailer on Youtube:

 

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Freaking awesome!

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Holy ewoking sith.  That was insane.

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I take it they broadcast GoT on a Sunday night over there then? It's Monday night here, can't wait for tonight!

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Well I just watched it. 

Oooooh, sith.

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Seriously, ewok Stannis.

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Seriously, ewok Stannis.

​I agree with this sentiment. 

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I hope Davos runs a sword through him.

That was a book spoiler as well, by the way.

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Three more days...

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:eek:

We need to renew our NowTV subscription so we can get Sky Atlantic back. Stupid subscription channels... 

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You need to hurry the ewok up, dude.  They say something happens in episode one that is a holy sith moment.

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