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Re: Game of Thrones

#81  Postby SPMaximus » Apr 28, 2011 12:26 pm

For those longing to see some penis on the telly, you will get to see Hodors junk in episode 4 :coffee:
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#82  Postby Lizard_King » Apr 28, 2011 12:27 pm

Mazille wrote:I wasn't looking forward to this one. I knew the incident with Lady would happen in this episode. Cersei is such a cunt. I don't mind all the slaughter and everything else, but that scene is a fucking disgrace. :nono:


Yeah, that was pretty hard. :?

And regarding Cersei: We all know certain things that happen to that bitch in A Feast For Crows :evilgrin:
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#83  Postby Mazille » Apr 28, 2011 12:28 pm

SPMaximus wrote:For those longing to see some penis on the telly, you will get to see Hodors junk in episode 4 :coffee:

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#84  Postby SPMaximus » Apr 28, 2011 12:36 pm

the yogscast interviewed the dude who plays Hodor and he said that he will walk out of the woods fully revealed in episode 4, so i assume they will show the whole thing and not just his hairy arse

http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-yogpod/id304557271
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#85  Postby Mazille » Apr 28, 2011 12:40 pm

Oh, OK. I thought you were privy to some sort of internal showings of future episodes, or something.
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#86  Postby SPMaximus » Apr 28, 2011 12:42 pm

that would be nice

wish i had a big enough part in the show so i would get to watch all the episodes before they air -.-

i could have been one of tyrions whores :coffee:
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#87  Postby Lazar » Apr 28, 2011 7:31 pm

So just finished watching the first two episodes of Camelot. Interesting to compare it to GoT. A little less serious but not anywhere near as deep. Still enjoyed it. Nice to have to good new genre shows to watch.
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#88  Postby aban57 » Apr 29, 2011 9:07 am

SPMaximus wrote:that would be nice

wish i had a big enough part in the show so i would get to watch all the episodes before they air -.-

i could have been one of tyrions whores :coffee:


I wish I could see the episodes event before they're shot :)
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#89  Postby aban57 » Apr 29, 2011 9:14 am

Lazar wrote:So just finished watching the first two episodes of Camelot. Interesting to compare it to GoT. A little less serious but not anywhere near as deep. Still enjoyed it. Nice to have to good new genre shows to watch.


Camelot seems to take a weird way, in which merlin is the source of all the arthurian legends : he invents the story of the sword in the rock, and the one about the lady of the lake
This is a surprising way of seeing these legends. Surprising but original, I'm curious to see where it goes
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#90  Postby nac » Apr 29, 2011 9:18 am

This post pretty much summarizes my opinion of the first episode: http://zbb.spinnwebe.com/viewtopic.php?p=870401#p870401
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#91  Postby Fallible » May 01, 2011 10:32 pm

Lizard_King wrote:
Mazille wrote:I wasn't looking forward to this one. I knew the incident with Lady would happen in this episode. Cersei is such a cunt. I don't mind all the slaughter and everything else, but that scene is a fucking disgrace. :nono:


Yeah, that was pretty hard. :?

And regarding Cersei: We all know certain things that happen to that bitch in A Feast For Crows :evilgrin:


Ooooooh! I've just bought the two volumes of Book Three. Seems I have to wait a while longer to see some come-uppance being visited on a well-deserving young lady.
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#92  Postby j.mills » May 02, 2011 12:33 am

^ That is so well handled. And Jaime's (related) journey through the books is a masterpiece of character development.
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#93  Postby Fallible » May 02, 2011 12:34 am

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#94  Postby Lizard_King » May 02, 2011 9:48 am

j.mills wrote:^ That is so well handled. And Jaime's (related) journey through the books is a masterpiece of character development.


+ 1000

It's brilliant, really. I never would have thought something like that was possible.

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Ooooooh! I've just bought the two volumes of Book Three. Seems I have to wait a while longer to see some come-uppance being visited on a well-deserving young lady.


Two volumes of Book Three? Huh, I thought they didn't do that for the English version. In the German translation of the books, they split every volume in half, thus publishing 8 instead of 4 books so far (no freaking idea why). I didn't know they also did that in the English original version.
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#95  Postby Mazille » May 02, 2011 10:45 am

Lizard_King wrote:

Ooooooh! I've just bought the two volumes of Book Three. Seems I have to wait a while longer to see some come-uppance being visited on a well-deserving young lady.


Two volumes of Book Three? Huh, I thought they didn't do that for the English version. In the German translation of the books, they split every volume in half, thus publishing 8 instead of 4 books so far (no freaking idea why). I didn't know they also did that in the English original version.

There is one publishing house who did it to the third book (and only to that one) and another one that didn't.
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#96  Postby Lizard_King » May 02, 2011 3:08 pm

Ah, ok. Well, the third book was the longest one, so I guess it makes sense. :dunno:
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#97  Postby Fallible » May 02, 2011 3:14 pm

Yep - it is, as far as I know, only the third book of the series which has been published in two volumes over here.
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#98  Postby VazScep » May 02, 2011 9:03 pm

Fallible wrote:And where was Tywin? Hmm? Hmmmm?
He'll be there, played by Charles :dance:
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#99  Postby Fallible » May 03, 2011 10:51 am

Yeah - I'll have to see what Dancie looks like these days before passing comment on the casting there. Or it may be that like with so much else, I have decided that a certain character should look a specific way with absolutely no justification.

Edit: just looked up a picture of him in character - OK then. Das ist gut
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#100  Postby j.mills » May 03, 2011 10:16 pm

That's surprisingly effective. I was thinking he had the bearing but not the build, but he scrubs up well. :dopey:

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