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Also, someone spliced together the trainers/teasers into one mega-trailer.  'Tis ewoking awesome.

 

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Aha, that's awesome. I can't wait, so we will probably get our TV sorted earlier. 

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I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of boners suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly extinguished.

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I was wondering how many people changed their opinion of her. I wonder how old she is then, or whether it she is just older than she looks.

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I had a feeling that all was coming but wasn't expecting it yet.  Also, I think I know what Ramsay's gift is and I'm not going to like it.

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I was right about the gift.  However, the Tower of Joy scene was epic.

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That is the first time I've teared up from Game of Thrones.  "Hold the door."

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Annoyingly somebody spoiled it for me before I saw the episode so I was expecting it. If it hadn't have been spoiled I would have been pretty shocked though.

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HBO Nordic leaked the episode, so I knew about some of the things that happened (Hodor and Summer).  Even then, I was still tearing up.

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I wonder where Arya's story is headed now?

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Holy sith.

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That was ewoking amazing.  Also, I thought you guys got the episodes later.

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I think that is my new favourite episode.

And yeah, they advertise it over here for Monday night, but there is an unadvertised broadcast at the same time as the US airing for those in the know.

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