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Predictably I must lavish an entire Saturday TV column on my very favourite TV show, Game of Thrones , which I will furthermore concoct for the benefit of viewers who have watched up to series four episode two. If you're not quite there yet, run away
For the dedicated Game of Thrones fan, going online when you haven't yet seen the most recent episode is always fraught with danger. It's very easy to be spoiled, particularly by some of the more smug readers of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and
It's been about eight years since I first read Storm of Swords , and in rereading the chapters about the Purple Wedding, it struck me that there was one incredibly important aspect that the TV show left out: The 77 courses! Mushroom and snail soup,
For all our talk of warm-weather eating , we're about to break our cardinal food rule: forget those sunny pastas and springtime veggies -- this weekend, we feast like winter is coming. Because if there's any excuse to part with your seasonal
This story contains spoilers for the "The Lion and the Rose," the April 13 episode of HBO's "Game of Thrones." (CNN) -- So, that happened. Fresh on the heels of the infamous Red Wedding, Sunday's "Game of Thrones" served up more murderous matrimony.
The following interview with Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin discusses a major plot point in Sunday's second episode of season 4...Martin has killed a lot of characters across the 4,000-pages-and-counting Song of Ice and Fire saga.
Home Box Office Everything is going swimmingly for House Lannister. Demented Joffrey is secure as boy king of Westeros, having routed his foes. Or rather his Machiavellian powerbroker of a granddad, Tywin Lannister, has had them routed on his jerk-
Game of Thrones Premiere Introduces Recast Daario Naharis 11:03 AM ET Michiel Huisman as Daario Naharis Macall B. Polay / HBO Confused by the guy flirting with Dany during the Game of Thrones premiere? You're not alone Winter is still coming, but a
Still Sticking Them With The Pointy End HBO As it has done in previous seasons, Game of Thrones has used its first hour of the year to give us plenty to talk about. Because even after so much of the characters we love were killed off at the end of
This is speculation based on having read "A Storm of Swords" and no advance knowledge of what happens in season 4. Since HBO has spilt up "A Storm of Swords" into two seasons, season 3 was roughly the first half of George R.R. Martin's novel, we have