HBO’s dense Game of Thrones series can be hard to keep track of. The first season started with some hefty exposition, followed by less-hefty sexposition, and then dozens of deaths. There are made-up languages and intense power struggles and incest and armor and hair-braiding and oh boy. But as we ready for Season 2 (which premieres Sunday), Vulture is ready to lay it out for you in clear, concise, mathematical form: Here’s Game of Thrones’ first season, strictly by the numbers — the number of bare breasts and murders per episode, the demographic breakdown of its fandom (Lord of the Rings fans vs. Harry Potter fans vs. poli-sci majors), and much more. How do you say “fun with pie charts” in Dothraki?