I find Jason Momoa to be one of the sexiest men on the face of the earth. He just made himself sexier.
I’m at the point where I’m not even sure if this is good news or bad news, because we all remember how much we hated the Game of Thrones finale (we do, right?), but EW is reporting the prequel, House of the Dragon, has begun casting. And again, mixed feelings
George RR Martin has been writing The Winds of Winter, the sixth book in the Game of Thrones series, for approximately 10 years, or is that 47 years? We’ve lost count. But now he’s saying he hopes the book will be ready for 2021. To which we say, yeah right.
Need more Braime fic recommendations? I’ve got your back! Since we all seem to have a thirst for Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth fan fiction, I thought I would do some more recommend lists. I’ll write a couple of different pieces, each tackling a different type or trope of
Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth were the ship of dreams, until the TV producers decided to do a rush job on the final season of Game of Thrones. Most of us may be at the point where we have blocked out the last few episodes of Game of Thrones
So, if like me, you absolutely loved The Witcher we are in for a bit of a wait until the second season premiers in 2021. Which sucks. We don’t get to laugh at Jaskier or see Yennefer being a badass. There will be no more of Geralt’s hmms….or Ciri discovering
We’re coming up on a year from the finale of Game of Thrones. While the majority of the fandom hated it and we still don’t have The Winds of Winter, it doesn’t mean we’ve given up on the best ship of the story–Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth. I’m still
The end of the year is approaching,but, before that, Christmas is practically here! On this occasion, we want to pay tribute to those BROTPs that have marked us throughout this year. Welcome to “Our favorite BROTPs from 2019″! Here we go! 1. OLIVER AND DIGGLE ~ “ARROW“ Of course, these
When it comes to ships, we live and die by them. We’ve known for a long time that you don’t choose the ship, the ship chooses you. Actually, a shit ton of ships choose you, and you’re powerless to do anything about it. But luckily, we’re all in the same
There are so many different TV shows that premiere and continue throughout the whole year. They bring laughter, joy, sorrow, and tears. The really good ones draw you in and make you connect with what they are really about. They create a vision. A story come to life. We have
Nothing is more gut wrenching that watching a beloved character die. It doesn’t even have to be someone you like. Maybe for some reason you just wished they lived or died a different way. There is a special someone on this list that fits into that category for me. Whatever
Calling all nerds and nerd lovers! You’ve come to the right place. This list isn’t for the best body, or the best smile, though it could be argued that our nerds could absolutely fit in those categories too. (Who said nerds weren’t attractive?).We’re here to shout out the brainiest, most
To say I am angry about the final role of my hero, Ser Brienne of Tarth, is an understatement. Perhaps even the understatement of the century. Now, before I begin my verbal evisceration of this real tragedy, I want to make it very clear that the only thing that I
I had many issues with the Game of Thrones finale, as I established both in my review and in the roundtable, and there are probably still a few rants in my future about how badly this show bungled GRRM’s vision, and just, in general, how they went from telling a
This is it. “The Iron Throne” is the end of an era, for better or worse. We’re done with the weekly Game of Thrones discussions, and these characters, what they are, and what they can be, are back in GRRM’s hands. Hopefully, sometime soon, we can dust them off and
Here we are, at the end, and I struggle to find words to describe what I just witnessed. Disappointing? Anticlimactic? Just plain nonsensical? Which all leads us to the question: Is this the most unsatisfying ending in the history of television? I don’t know, that title has a lot of
Oh, Game of Thrones. How I wish you were anything but what you are. Or, at least, how I wish you’d chosen another path instead of this one. Let’s call this the roundtable of disappointment. Last week we were angry, now we’re just sad to see what one of our
Ironic that I keep thinking of this phrase, one that I heard often in my childhood. Ironic because “The Bells” aired on Mother’s Day, and this was my mom’s phrase anytime we took the easy way out, which I will admit, as kids, was often, but also ironic because that’s exactly
We’re just two episodes away from the end of Game of Thrones, and after what had been a superb season 8 so far, “The Last of the Starks” was just a disappointing episode all around, one that seems to be setting up an ending we’re going to be complaining about
“The things we do for love.” Bran Stark echoed back a variation of Jaime Lannister’s own words to him in 8×02. Jaime’s arc in both Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire has always been about the things he’s willing to do for the people he loves.
Suffering does not equal strength. Period. There was a lot to hate in last week’s Game of Thrones, from the fact that they killed off the only WOC in the show, to the show-runners apparently committing to the least surprising ending ever for Daenerys, to Brienne being reduced to begging