“THIS HARMLESS BIT OF FLUFF MAKES ME SO ANGRY!”
Short, sweet, and to the point. She tagged Williams in it too, making the trolling all the better. No word yet on what Williams thinks, but they like to rag on each other, so odds are she’s raising her own glass to the bit.
You’re confused. Sansa is just a character, Sophie Turner is the actress (and powerful psychic Mutant possessed by a cosmic entity with godlike powers) who plays her.
I guess everyone is saving The Wire in case there is a Q&A on the strongest 60-episode run.
I liked this when it came out...but I didn’t truly appreciate it until I saw the Lindsay Ellis video on it.
Because I think you meant Madds Mikkelsen.
The last time the House pursued impeachment, the Vice President would have won the next presidential election were it not for the Republican nominee’s brother running the Florida election and his family friend on SCOTUS deciding that he won after the brother fucked it all up.
I was hoping it would have been “Dormammu, I’ve come to bargain...” since it’s a rare finale that shows the hero using his wits and ingenuity to defeat an opponent, rather than their power/strength/skill.
In hindsight they really shouldn’t have stoked Queliot at the end of ep 5, and then never address it or give them a scene after... cause damn.
Hearing Matt Berry say “fucking” is like opening a Christmas present.
Seriously? You abandon reviews on the show, but decide to come back just to spoil the season finale above the lede? Bullshit, AVClub.
It’s pretty accurate, except the people are sadder and creepier. My mom bred and showed Dalmatians. I went to a lot of dog shows and was briefly a handler myself as a kid. We quit doing it after a few years when we learned that most breeders are inbreeding dogs to a disgusting degree. People breed dogs solely for the…
PT shouldn’t feel bad. Even if he wasn’t Hollywood, Kubrick was most definitely an asshole.
Can’t wait for the Battle of Winterfell when Dee is suppose to be playing a slaughtered commoner but she keeps repositioning herself to look directly at the camera.
The ocular pat down fails once again.
The backlash to his cameo was...unseemly.
I really hope they keep leaning into everybody just being weirded the fuck out by Bran. Dragons flying around and zombies on the march and nothing makes people more uncomfortable than the home schooled kid who cuts his own hair.
Which is not to discount Glover’s talents as a musician, so much as to highlight how clearly he has grasped the core of the current Coachella experience: Give the people a spectacle that’s simultaneously grandiose and extremely personal, and everything else will fall into place.
No? It’s a trivial amount of weed and he does puff on it. Let the man enjoy the moment, damn. That’s the great thing about weed, none of that ‘party foul’ culture that alcohol gets. Enjoying the moment, having fun, and being laid back trump any party rules like ‘don’t waste a tiny bit of that.’
Eh, I feel like that’s just a poor way of framing it.