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10 Pop Culture Questions Answered by Vulture This Week

Every week, Vulture faces the big, important questions in entertainment, and comes to some creative conclusions. This week, we mourned Roger Ebert, celebrated David Letterman, and spent a decent chunk of time thinking about Game of Thrones. You may have read some of these stories below, but you certainly didn’t read them all. We forgive you.

Q: What’s Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser like?
He’s a trip.

Q: How was The Walking Dead supposed to end?
Slightly differently, according to Dallas Roberts, who played Milton.

Q: How can I keep track of everyone on Game of Thrones?
You can’t. But try memorizing these mnemonics.

Q: What can modern-day blockbusters learn from Jurassic Park?
A bunch of things. Plus they can learn about DNA.

Q: What happens when Tom Hardy meets a young Bane fan?
The world collapses into itself in a massive, infinitely dense cuteness hole.

Q: How will we remember Roger Ebert?
In a bunch of ways. With his writing, his videos, and with the time he guest-starred on The Critic.

Q: How will Girls write Charlie off the show?
Mustard poisoning, possibly.

Q: Who’s got better moves: Beyoncé or Justin?
It’s close.

Q: What’s going to be on TV next season?
Comedies and dramas, of course, some of which are actually promising.

Q: Where did we leave off with Mad Men?
Right here.

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