June 03, 2013
I don't own a TV. From that we can deduce that I don't watch TV. And therefore I don't watch Game of Thrones.
I'm not likely to, either. But I'm a bit curious. Apparently last night's episode had a shocking event in it. What happened?
All I know is that the phrase "red wedding" is involved, somehow. (It was the title on a YouTube which showed people's shocked reaction to watching the event.)
(Note: the answer to my question is bound to be a spoiler. Please use spoiler tags.)
Ace won't say what happened, but he says it was handled badly in the show, shortchanged. "It was better in the book."
Dork Tower was about it, today.
UPDATE: Oh, and before anyone asks: Anime isn't TV. Anime is life. Anime doesn't count.
UPDATE: Wildassed guess:
If that's it, Dallas already did that.
UPDATE: I found this on Wikipedia:
So I guess you had to be there, as they say. It would probably be more affecting if I knew the characters and was invested in the show.
UPDATE: Pixy, formatting problem: I used to have a "quote" inside the "spoiler" tag, and it displayed in clear. I rearranged it with the "spoiler" inside the "quote" and now it's hidden.
Posted by: Siergen at June 03, 2013 05:47 PM (Ao4Kw)
Posted by: David at June 03, 2013 06:20 PM (vyRm+)
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Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at June 03, 2013 06:42 PM (RqRa5)
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at June 03, 2013 06:43 PM (+rSRq)
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Posted by: RickC at June 05, 2013 05:34 AM (A9FNw)
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at June 05, 2013 05:52 AM (RqRa5)
King Joffrey's parentage alone guaranteed that it would happen; Joffrey is Cersei Lannister's son and she's not exactly known for dealing lightly with her enemies...and at that point it was already obvious that Joffrey was beyond the Queen Regent's control. The scene between him, Arya, and the butcher's boy much earlier in season one was highly instructive as to what kind of person Joffrey was, and it seemed obvious to me what was going to happen once Ned started learning the truth of things; it was just a matter of when and how, not if.
The TV series has been enjoyable, the books a bit on the plodding side, but overall I think it's been worth my time.
Posted by: atomic_fungus at June 05, 2013 02:30 PM (aEOAA)
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at June 05, 2013 02:36 PM (+rSRq)
Regarding the books being plodding, it worked (?) for Ayn Rand and Terry Goodkind. Who doesn't like 3-page descriptions of the food at a feast, or a 6-page monologue a normal person could have gotten out in a couple of paragraphs?
Posted by: RickC at June 05, 2013 02:45 PM (WQ6Vb)
Enclose all spoilers in spoiler tags:
[spoiler]your spoiler here[/spoiler]
Spoilers which are not properly tagged will be ruthlessly deleted on sight.
Also, I hate unsolicited suggestions and advice. (Even when you think you're being funny.)
At Chizumatic, we take pride in being incomplete, incorrect, inconsistent, and unfair. We do all of them deliberately.
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