"I got a card from HBO saying, 'Congratulations on your fake wedding day!'"
Weddings, for all their joy and spangle, have a way of bringing out the worst in people.
If its third season can’t help the fantasy genre lose its stigma, then nothing can.
"It's flattering, but a little bit weird at the same time."
Plus: Star Trek, dubbed in Spanish by Chris Pine, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Love unspools in many ways in Westeros, as last night’s episode made clear.
Even when winter is coming, a mom is still a mom.
Even when winter is coming, a Mom is still a Mom.
Also, could Arya and Gendry get together? “I think it’s possible, definitely.”
Or a pit. It's one of them.
"I'm playing an eagle?"
Last Sunday's episode was a very ass-heavy one. So whose butts have we seen up to this point, then?
A first time for everything! And everyone!
Last night’s episode was tied together by some key visual motifs: flames and, uh, butts.
It was about time, no?
Warning: sharp tongues ahead.
Plus: The first thing AJ Clemente, the disgraced potty-mouthed anchor, did after he got fired, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Embrace your inner Liberace, Joffrey!
The way you (and Jorah) pronounce Khaleesi makes him crazy.
And slow clappers from movies past gathered to (slowly) join in.
Joffrey's "a very, very dangerous and tricky human being."
Game of Thrones 101 is a required course at our University.
After three hours of listless flitting, Game of Thrones let fly last night with a tight, rip-roaring belch of fiery goodness.