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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Wow dream come true!! I see HBO did something with the supposed gay relationship of Renly/Loras.

    And Renly is hawt as hell!!

    Hurry up and get on Netflix already GoT, cause I dont have cable at all!!!

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    I love Renly Baratheon.

    There. I said it.

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    Two gay guys on it last night,plus Alfie Allen,lily's brother naked full-frontal, huge fat dick looks about 7 inches soft so must be magnificent when hard.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    Two gay guys on it last night,plus Alfie Allen,lily's brother naked full-frontal, huge fat dick looks about 7 inches soft so must be magnificent when hard.
    I noticed THAT too!

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    Loras/Renly the gay scene






    HOT!

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    A very serious program. I've become intrigued...

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    Thanks for the clip jazzhands! Not having HBO - I've only seen the stills.

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    Oh you are welcome. There are a few sites out there that you can watch it online just so you know.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    im digging this thread up, just to say that nikolaj 'jaime' coster-waldau and co are fine, but the most doable guy on the show is mark 'grenn' stanley:



    what a dream!

    also, the show kicks ass and im reading the 2nd volume now.
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    ^ actually from Jon's clique, for me, Pypar (Josef Altin) is the hottest!






    but Grenn (Mark Stanley) isn't too bad, either:
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    im digging this thread up, just to say that nikolaj 'jaime' coster-waldau and co are fine, but the most doable guy on the show is mark 'grenn' stanley:



    what a dream!

    also, the show kicks ass and im reading the 2nd volume now.
    Agreed. He is dead sexy.

    Although I admit to watching the show for Tyrion. I LOVE this dude. I haven't read the books yet, but since all of my friends are fantasy nerds like myself, most of them have. I'm intrigued by The Hound for some reason I can't quite put my finger on yet also.

    Am I the only one who feels/felt bad for Robert?

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Robert is the architect of his own doom. So no .. I don't really feel bad for him. Just a bit of pity.

    Peter Dinklage/Tyrion is outstanding. I sincerly hope he receives an Emmy for this role.
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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Hmmm...Not to spoil anything, but I just finished the 4th book and I have to say I am a little disappointed. It just seems like nothing is ever wrapped up, and this really could have just been one long book. I can't believe that it has taken 10 years for him to release all 4 books. Oh well, I will still read the 5th book coming out in July.

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    Up to episode 7 here and i'm seriously considering giving up on it.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by Ohiospeedo View Post
    Hmmm...Not to spoil anything, but I just finished the 4th book and I have to say I am a little disappointed.
    Many people are. But the sage isn' t finished yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    ^ actually from Jon's clique, for me, Pypar (Josef Altin) is the hottest!




    but Grenn (Mark Stanley) isn't too bad, either:
    It would be hard to remain celibate on the Wall

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    I love, love, love this show. I have been entertained and wowed every single moment.
    I think you mistake me for someone who cares.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    Up to episode 7 here and i'm seriously considering giving up on it.
    Why would you want to give it up? Now is when it is starting to get good, I understand the first few episodes have been slow but they had to set up the storylines. Trust me when I say that it is going to get interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    Robert is the architect of his own doom. So no .. I don't really feel bad for him. Just a bit of pity.
    Point duly noted. In retrospect, I probably should've used pity as a descriptor instead. He's caused me to do a couple of facepalms so far, so I definitely have to agree with your assessment of his situation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    Peter Dinklage/Tyrion is outstanding. I sincerly hope he receives an Emmy for this role.
    Honestly, I don't see how he can't.

    -----------------------------------------------------
    I've begun to hear rumblings of anxiety from my friends as well about book 4 as we discuss the series more. Needless to say, it takes all of my self-control to remove myself from the situation when they begin to cross the line into spoiler-ville.

    Having said that though, just be glad this guy doesn't have Robert Jordan's (R.I.P.) long-winded, redundant writing style...or I'd be 80 by the time he finished his series.

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    My favorite character is Jon Snow, such a charming guy
    and with that smile



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    Jon is a bit too "emo" for me. But he is growing on me, too. The last scene with Master Aemon was great.

    Also Robb and Bronn are getting better and better.

    But Shae? I am a bit disappointed
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    This last episode was again riveting and horrifying in it's conclusion. Completely unexpected and made my heart beat faster and anxiously. This is superior tv with exquisite performances. Every single person is just great.
    I think you mistake me for someone who cares.

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    ^ I am glad that you feel this way. I have read a few comments of people who have not read the books and are very angry about Ned's death and swore to never watch the show again.

    Thumbs up for HBO for having the courage to go through with a show like that. I don't remember any other show where a main character that you identified yourself with, THE hero is killed of within the first season.
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    I've been really, really, really enjoying the reactions of people who haven't read the books to recent events. Even more fun than the predictions.

    (Can we get some spoiler tags up in this thread by the way? [ spoiler]Yourtext[/ spoiler])

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    jon is cute enough, but not really my type (the actor), and him and his wall storyline always put me to sleep.

    i didnt really notice bronn in the book, but in the series hes awesome. i could watch a series about tyrion, bronn, and shae alone. the chemistry between these three is amazing. i did imagine shae a little more girly and a litte less skanky, though (if it makes sense to say that about a prostitute).

    this ep, for the first time i looked at robb and though: 'hm, hes kinda hot.' did they style him differently? or is my mind playing tricks, now that his character finally has something cool to do?

    also kinda hot: jorah mormont.

    (because the best way to discuss this amazing, acomplished, artfull, intricate, multi-layered show, is to point at guys and say:'kinda hot'. sorry guys.)

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    ^ that's why we discuss it here and not in some ASOIAF forum

    and i agree with you .. Robb kinda looked different. Maybe they made him look a bit older with make up? he seemed darker? probably to show off how he has grown and is now more mature or so. stuff that usually cat observes, but since we don't have her POV ..

    about the spoilers .. I put up a warning at the first page now. Since this is a developing series, I would assume people are smart enough to not read the thread until they have seen the latest episode. At least that's what I do, although I know what will happen

    I would highly recommend [spoiler] tags for spoilers from the book though!

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    sunday night's episode - I'd say riveting, and that ending holy shit!

    Sean Bean topped his death scene from LOTR as Boromir

    I just started reading the 1st novel - but I'm staying behind the action of the HBO series

    after this sunday, I'll catch up with all the books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    ^ I am glad that you feel this way. I have read a few comments of people who have not read the books and are very angry about Ned's death and swore to never watch the show again.

    Thumbs up for HBO for having the courage to go through with a show like that. I don't remember any other show where a main character that you identified yourself with, THE hero is killed of within the first season.
    No doubt. My best friend's girlfriend just looked at the TV with an eerily blank face and simply said "This show sucks. I'm never watching it again." No anger. No excitement. Nothing. Just the icy calm of emptiness. Mind you, this is the same woman who leaves the room whenever an animal is about to be killed in horror (in her defense, and I love her dearly, she is a vet tech). And I think she meant it.

    We spent an hour and a half after the show trying to explain why Ned had to die. My boy from the perspective of a reader of the series and myself from the perspective of a fantasy geek following the trends of fantasy literature in general. I think she kinda got it after awhile, but she was still speaking like she had lost all emotional attachment to the show.

    He doesn't think she'll watch with us on Sunday. I think she will...haha. As a last resort, I appealed to her abject hatred of Cersei and Joffrey to see them get their come uppance. Only time will tell if that works.

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    Revenge .. that's actually what initially MADE me want to read more. Of course everything happened a bit different ...

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    but eventually that brat got what it deserved
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    @zoltanspawn:
    still disagree with the casting of Tyrion?
    I recanted in post 42. He's amazing. A friend of mine has done some work with him professionally and relates that he's not just fantastic on the screen, but tremendous behind the scenes, too.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    that shit is hilarious

    franky, im a little baffled at some of the reactions. not just that video, but generally across the net. have those guys never seen a plot twist? yes its pretty shocking, but why would it make you want to stop watching the series? the stakes just got that much higher!

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    The thing that I like about Jon Stark is that, sometimes he seems so intelligent and other times he acts stupid

    (because the best way to discuss this amazing, acomplished, artfull, intricate, multi-layered show, is to point at guys and say:'kinda hot'. sorry guys.)
    Most of the time, what happens is that if we discuss more about the story line rather than the hot guys is that we end up having a lot of spoilers and that would literally kill me for 1 year because I guess next season will be next year. That's why its much better to comment in this forum rather than the others because if we post a picture of the character we like, it will end up us being bashed by those conservative guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    that shit is hilarious

    franky, im a little baffled at some of the reactions. not just that video, but generally across the net. have those guys never seen a plot twist? yes its pretty shocking, but why would it make you want to stop watching the series? the stakes just got that much higher!
    I know, right? Maybe it's something about just watching it as a television program? Nobody I know who read the books....stopped reading them when, um, various events transpired. I find that sort of thing dynamic and exciting.

    Also, I can't stop laughing.
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    That poor man has no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joesman View Post
    This last episode was again riveting and horrifying in it's conclusion. Completely unexpected and made my heart beat faster and anxiously. This is superior tv with exquisite performances. Every single person is just great.
    What he said....

    And I'm one who hasn't read the books, which I think is a good thing since so many great books become mediocre films. However, that's not the case here.

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    I just watch for the eye-candy and hot bods. There, I said it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    I know, right? Maybe it's something about just watching it as a television program? Nobody I know who read the books....stopped reading them when, um, various events transpired. I find that sort of thing dynamic and exciting.

    Also, I can't stop laughing.
    I don't generally read sword an sorcery stuff - but my partner does. Generally because it usually is pretty black and white and two dimensional. But he got me to read the first book, which was no mean feat because these books are not so much books but tomes, but after I got to that point, I was reading for several pages thinking "...did that just happen..." it made me want to read more just to see what the fuck else was going to happen.

    I haven't watched the show, frankly if they've managed to pull off what the author has that's also no mean feat. His characters are really well done, Tyrion is my favorite, well rounded, believable motivations, almost all of the characters are well done, I actually started sympathizing with the King-slayer at one point - despite the evil shit he pulls. I like the way the author has rounded out his antagonists to the point where it's possible to understand their point of view. Cerseri's descent into madness is fascinating to follow, Arya is a great Character - major cliffhanger there. I also have this morbid affinity for the late Lord Walder Frey.

    The other point where I was asking myself if "...did that just happen..." is the most famous wedding in the books. I'll leave it at that. If you've read the books you know what I'm talking about, but that will hit people even more than the other, and just underscores that all the rules are out the window and God only knows what's coming next. Throw in some truly creepy supernatural evil, and some flesh crawling villains and you've got one hell of a story.

    Oh and yeah, the guy playing Jon Snow is smokin' hot.

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    My favorite character is the youngest Stark daughter Arya. It's a fabulous show with great characters to both love and utterly FRELLING despise.

    But Arya rocks them all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post

    Even if it is staged, that is very funny. Great clip!

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    That was one hell of an ending to the season! I knew what was gonna happen before hand from reading the synopsis on Wikipedia lol, but it was still so entertaining. I loved this show from the beginning.

    I loved how Sansa grew some balls and stood up to Joffrey when she said maybe her brother will bring her his head. I hate that Arya got separated from everybody but she is a survivor. I thought Jon was gonna leave the Night's Watch but I guess he might later to help his family out.

    I hated to see Drogo die too because Jason Momoa is so damn sexy lol. I can see Daenerys is gonna be a force to be reckoned with being impervious to fire and having 3 new dragon hatchlings that she'll probably ride and control! I can't wait for season 2 to start and I hope they started filming already!

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    Yeah that was a great show. Can't wait for season 2.

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    I gave up on the show after ep 2 aired. I decided to pick it up again this week.

    Marathoned it. Loved it.

    I'm glad I stuck with it and, although I think this show alienates it's female viewers sometimes, it's pretty awesome. I am thinking of maybe picking up the books. Can't wait for S2.

    Dislikes:

    1) A lot of the stuff about the ~universe~ that the story is taking place in is really not explained well, imo. As someone who hasn't read the books, this makes it sort of confusing to watch at times. Also, for the back-stories of a lot of the characters, I had to resort to Google to help me make sense of them. Maybe it's too complex to adapt to tv? Because that is kind of a fail.

    2) The RIDICULOUS amount of gratuitous female nudity. Like, wtf is with incorporating nude women, whores and brothels into so many damn scenes? The breaking point for me was The Littlefinger scene in which he's coaching the two prostitutes. It made me want to throw things at my tv. If we have to put up with so much of it, at least give straight women and gay men an equal amount of male nudity. And I don't mean full-frontal shots of ugly dudes like the pale giant guy. My eyes bled from that. lol

    This article about it in the LA Times cracked me up:

    HBO: Nudity on HBO's 'Game of Thrones' points to a larger problem

    3) Not enough supernatural stuff. For a fantasy show, it barely had any.

    p.s. Does Littlefinger continue to play a minor role in the books? Or does that change? This character is one of the most fascinating ones on the show. I love evil characters like him. I want more of him.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    - the silly "filler" nudity, and especially that whorehouse-teaching scene were heavily critised by the fans, too. especially since it is NOT in the books

    - there is a lot missing for the characters backgrounds, and a lot of scenes are missing, too. the books are written from the PoV of another person each chapter. so you get to know them pretty closely. they could have explained a bit more background (like the religion) with voice overs .. or just some text coudl have helped for example to make clear that winterfell - king's landing is a few weeks of travel time.

    - supernatural stuff .. well .. you have to wait as well as for more littlefinger

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    oh and i was meaning to add:

    a lot of the "supernatural" stuff in the first book comes from the dire wolves. sadly they are very underrepresented in the tv adaption. they say they had severe problems training them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    oh and i was meaning to add:

    a lot of the "supernatural" stuff in the first book comes from the dire wolves. sadly they are very underrepresented in the tv adaption. they say they had severe problems training them.
    That's interesting, do you remember where you saw that?

    Working with animals can be hard enough, let alone an animal that's only semi-domesticated. If I had been in charge, I think I might have simply introduced a Husky to a clever costumer...

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    - supernatural stuff .. well .. you have to wait as well as for more littlefinger
    Woohooo. I am excite. Very excite.

    And I'm so clueless, I didn't even realize the dire wolves were supposed to be supernatural. lol Fail.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corny View Post
    i recommend that you read at least the 2nd book. although before the 2nd season you probably will have read them all.
    LOL. I was thinking I'll read the first and second books to tide me over.

    But you're right. I'll probably end up having read them all.

    Thanks for all the info/help. /n00b

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    Quote Originally Posted by navidzurender View Post
    My favorite character is Jon Snow, such a charming guy
    and with that smile


    I LOVE Jon too.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    My problem is that I started watchging it mid season. I'm gonna have to go back now and watch from the beginning.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Abso-freakin-lutely ADDICTED to this show. By the seasons end, I was so emotionally invested in the characters and backstabbing and brutal, royal scheming, I hightailed it to Barnes and Nobles to get the series and get myself lost and deep in the guts of the story and the Seven Kingdoms.

    Nearly threw a tantrum at the manner in which Khal Drogo's, My Sun and Stars, story wound up. What a mesmerizing character, one of faves ever.

    Can't wait til season two. Ready to see the Starks fuck shit up!

    Best series I've seen in years.

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    Re: A song of ice and fire: HBO's Game of Thrones

    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    Woohooo. I am excite. Very excite.

    And I'm so clueless, I didn't even realize the dire wolves were supposed to be supernatural. lol Fail.
    Don't get tooo excited He is never a major character, BUT he is a major player

    The dire wolves are not supernatural per se. But they are "mystical", not usually found in Westeros except beyond the wall. They are fucking HUGE with huge heads - a grown dire wolf is as big as a pony. And the Stark kids have those mystical monsters as PETS. Everybody around them is terrified of this, even Cat doesn't like it at first. They are supposed to be puppies at the beginning of the series, but by the start of the Stark rebellion they should be almost grown up. Grey Wind rips apart horses and men alike in the Battle around Riverrun - the whole battle was not depicted on screen though, it is the one where they capture Jaime Lannister.

    It is said that in season 2 they will use a CGI effect for the grown up wolves.


    Quote Originally Posted by elvin1 View Post
    My problem is that I started watchging it mid season. I'm gonna have to go back now and watch from the beginning.
    Oh yes .. totally. There are a bit too many characters for a tv show anyway (and some of them are there in the show, but totally get lost and are rarely ever named), you really need to see the beginning.
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