I hate you Peaches. Game of Thrones Spoiler Alert

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  • I have to tell ya Peach. You spoiled the Game of Thrones season for me with your bullshit earlier this year. It all came true tonight. I have been watching the show with the family for 3 years, and reading the books along the way. I agree with 99% of the shit that you post on this board, but could you please not spoil anymore of this for us. Go Hawks!

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Re: I hate you Peaches. Spoiler Alert
Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:20 pm
  • And suddenly his ploy pays off. He did it just to garner this sort of reaction. I hate when people do that stuff.
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Re: I hate you Peaches. Spoiler Alert
Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:32 pm
  • Everybody dies in the end.
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  • Dick move all the way. Put him on ignore. The whore wont no what to do with himself


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  • That was an epic show tonight, in some ways I wish I hadn't known what was coming...so good, next week should be great as well.
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  • I did it for the lulz.

    Just for the lulz.
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  • peachesenregalia wrote:I did it for the lulz.

    Just for the lulz.


    You must have been shocked when you first heard about the Red Wedding, that makes it the best part.

    Theres a special kind of hell waiting for people who don't allow others to feel that same kind of shock and bewilderment.
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  • Folks real-time reactions to last night:

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  • I guess most who are shocked never read the books first huh?
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  • taz291819 wrote:Folks real-time reactions to last night:



    I gotta question how many of these are real reactions. Why the hell do you record yourself watching a TV show?
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  • JSeahawks wrote:
    taz291819 wrote:Folks real-time reactions to last night:



    I gotta question how many of these are real reactions. Why the hell do you record yourself watching a TV show?



    Could be someone in the house who read the books set up the video, knowing the reaction of the unsuspecting family members would be worth it?
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  • JSeahawks wrote:
    taz291819 wrote:Folks real-time reactions to last night:



    I gotta question how many of these are real reactions. Why the hell do you record yourself watching a TV show?


    Those who recorded it were book readers who watched it with non-book readers to catch their reactions
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  • I smelt shenanigans the second those doors closed. Didn't imagine it would be to that extent. Wow.
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  • Man I've been holding that ending in for years. I watch the show with people who haven't read the book. My wife said, "Ok, I'm done with this show."
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  • That episode rocked me to the core emotionally and mentally. When in doubt always assume George R.R. Martin will go the opposite route
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  • Why doesn't George RR Martin use Twitter?

    Because he's killed all 140 characters!
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  • Rose City Hawk wrote:Why doesn't George RR Martin use Twitter?

    Because he's killed all 140 characters!


    Ok, that was pretty good.
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  • OkieHawk wrote:
    Rose City Hawk wrote:Why doesn't George RR Martin use Twitter?

    Because he's killed all 140 characters!


    Ok, that was pretty good.


    Saw that (or a variation) and a lot of the immediate reactions explode onto Twitter that night, as my feed is full of book people. Priceless!
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  • And Arya's reaction:

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  • tubbs51 wrote:That episode rocked me to the core emotionally and mentally. When in doubt always assume George R.R. Martin will go the opposite route


    I'm jealous of the people who haven't read the books, and got surprised by that episode. Lucky!!
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  • twisted_steel2 wrote:
    tubbs51 wrote:That episode rocked me to the core emotionally and mentally. When in doubt always assume George R.R. Martin will go the opposite route


    I'm jealous of the people who haven't read the books, and got surprised by that episode. Lucky!!


    It's the opposite for me. I feel bad for the people who didn't get to experience this through the book. So much more emotional involvement IMO.
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  • I enjoyed the books, and remember constantly telling my wife, "You wont believe what just happened!!!" became this running joke. So yea, the surprises were great as I churned through the mountain of pages of the books.

    But all those people seem to be really blown away from the surprise on tv. Maybe I'm jealous they're experiencing it for the first time. idk

    Need to watch it with my wife and see what her reaction is, though I think she knows already, I probably told her at some point.
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  • twisted_steel2 wrote:
    I'm jealous of the people who haven't read the books, and got surprised by that episode. Lucky!!


    Why? Book readers experienced it all long ago, with the backdrop of a richer story than the show provides.

    There are several more OMG moments coming up. I don't feel jealous of people who haven't read that far yet or are waiting for it to be portrayed on TV.
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  • Riley12 wrote:
    twisted_steel2 wrote:
    I'm jealous of the people who haven't read the books, and got surprised by that episode. Lucky!!


    Why? Book readers experienced it all long ago, with the backdrop of a richer story than the show provides.

    There are several more OMG moments coming up. I don't feel jealous of people who haven't read that far yet or are waiting for it to be portrayed on TV.


    I get it though. I'd love to be able to experience it again whether by reading or watching. Although sometimes when I'm watching this show I feel like if I hadn't read the books I'd have no idea wtf is going on.
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  • Zebulon Dak wrote:I get it though. I'd love to be able to experience it again whether by reading or watching.


    Exactly.

    I watched the episode last night, pretty good. Watching my wife freak out was entertaining enough. :D
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  • Reading is stupid.
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  • CANHawk wrote:Reading is stupid.


    Your stupid.
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  • peachesenregalia wrote:
    CANHawk wrote:Reading is stupid.


    Your stupid.


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  • peachesenregalia wrote:
    CANHawk wrote:Reading is stupid.


    Your stupid.


    My stupid what?
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  • Your stupid stupidity.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:Your stupid stupidity.


    Whatever... God invented the television so we wouldn't have to read. Screw books. That's why the internet pisses me off so much. Do you have any idea how much it costs to have these recent college grads take dictation on my posts and read your stupid replies back to me? Minimum wage is wicked expensive yo!
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  • There's your inner Republican.
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