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Game of Thrones Episode 210, Valar Morghulis

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After the explosive battle and brilliant writing of last week’s Battle of Blackwater, season two of Game of Thrones ends with…a flaccid anti-climax, the result of juggling too many plot lines and adding a few meaningless ones for good measure. It’s not that this episode didn’t have some cool moments, and it’s not that I […]

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Game of Thrones Episode 206, The Old Gods and the New

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In this week’s episode, nothing terribly unexpected happened, unless you count all the drastic (and sometimes bizarre) ways the series is starting to diverge from the novels: random nurses, kidnapped dragons, and slightly less rape. Things start off with Theon Greyjoy’s brave storming of Winterfell, sneaking over the walls in the night and wrenching it […]

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Game of Thrones Episode 204, Garden of Bones

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This week’s Game of Thrones propelled the story forward in leaps and bounds. Robb Stark waged war, Joffrey revealed the depths of his cruelty, Daenerys got out of the desert, the brothers Baratheon vied for the crown, and Davos Seaworth helped Melisandre enact one of the most bizarre incidents in the entire Song of Ice […]

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Game of Thrones Episode 202, “The Night Lands”

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In “The Night Lands,” we get Game of Thrones’ most pornotastic episode yet. As everyone’s expectations are shattered or shifted, we find out one thing I’ve suspected all along: Melisandre goes commando under those crimson robes. At a rough count, there are nearly 10 different intertwined plot lines in this episode alone. This week, Robb […]

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Game of Thrones Episode 201, “The North Remembers”

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The second season of Game of Thrones has finally arrived. The first episode prepares us for the Clash of Kings to come, setting all the major players in their corners and drawing the lines of battle, soon to be crossed. Imagine a ring announcer shouting, “Let’s get ready to rumble!” in an overwrought British accent. […]

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