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Game of Thrones Star Reacts ('Oh God') to That Episode 6 Dragon Reveal
29 minutes ago
Warning: This post contains major spoilers for Sunday’s Game of Thrones.
Remember when we thought the worst thing a White Walker could do was turn a human into a scary, extremely dangerous, blue-eyed footsoldier of the dead? How quaint.
Sunday’s Game of Thrones (read full recap here) seemed to give the Night King’s forces the ultimate weapon when it revealed that Daenerys’ dragon Viserion — killed by a frozen spear thrown by the undead head honcho himself during the battle at Eastwatch — had been turned into a wight.
A really gigantic, flying, even-more-lethal-than-normal wight.
Jaime Lannister wasn’t even in the hour, »
Game of Thrones Recap: Iced, Iced Baby
29 minutes ago
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Well stick a frozen spear in me and call me a zombie dragon… because that’s pretty much exactly what Game of Thrones does in this week’s episode.
The hour finds Jon and his band of severely cold brothers wildly outnumbered north of The Wall, as multitudes of the Night King’s forces descend upon the raggedy band of fighters. And when Daenerys and her pretties ride to their rescue, the Night’s King hoists a magical icy projectile of horror and sends it into Viserion »
Teen Wolf Recap: Evil Shows Its Face(s)
41 minutes ago
I hope you’re a fan of fake-outs, because Sunday’s (second) episode of Teen Wolf had ’em in spades!
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The hour began with Theo — fake-out No. 1, he’s not dead! — being tortured by a hunter alongside a pair of wolves from Satomi’s pack. Things looked pretty bleak for the three captives, until Theo discovered that he could break free of his chains by goading the hunter to crank up the electricity, thus melting the metal and enabling him to bust loose.
In true bad-ass fashion, Theo left the hunter tied to the electric fence, »
Power Recap: Only the Good Die Young
42 minutes ago
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Noooooo, Power! Not the good twin!
Alas, despite Tariq’s cascade of increasingly bad decisions as of late, it’s his twin sister, Raina, who pays the ultimate price in Sunday’s episode: While bravely standing up to a dirty cop who’s literally gunning for her brother, she is shot in the chest and bleeds out while a shocked Tariq looks on.
How did we get here? It begins with Tariq’s plan to evade Brains and the other guy who are looking for him after he fled »
Teen Wolf Recap: Public School Enemy
1 hour ago
It took Teen Wolf a few years, but Sunday’s (first) episode finally delivered a scene more disturbing than that time Jackson pulled a snake out of his eye.
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The latest gross-out moment came during the episode’s cold open, when Aaron sauntered into the morgue and puked a bunch of spiders onto the yet-unnamed villainous corpse — the one Ryan Kelley refers to as “Pulpy” — and brought it back to life. I think. (Honestly, I’m not going to pretend I know what’s going on here, and neither should you.)