> "Finally, I truly became the Game of Thrones."
What did he mean by this?
>the real war is over uncle. this is nothing but a Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin
Would Drago have faced any charges for killing Apollo in real life?
NOPE, when a fight is sanctioned by the state boxing commission, if someone gets hurt the other party cant be held liable. however it was supposed to just be an exhibition match so that might make it more complicated, also he is from a different country so that makes it even harder..
Rewatching this. What went so right? why did the sequels suck so much? and how would you girls rewrite them?
What are /tv/ things that Tick you off, /tv/
Did Ramsay fuck her in the ass?
Are they gonna make a movie about Donald Trump's candidacy? Who will play him?
I've literally never seen a thread on this board about this show. Why?
Is this the most quotable show ever?
Has capeshit gotten better or worse?
ITT we watch Tremors and talk about it
How did such a low-budget movie have the greatest creature design of all time?
It totally looks like it could be a real animal.
Why didn't Walt simply marry Gus?
seriously. he could have married gus for his excellent health insurance through los pollos hermanos. under new mexico law he could not be denied as a homosexual partner of gus fring.
When Gus invited Walt over for dinner at his house, I actually kind of expected him to pull out a bucket of Los Pollos Hermanos along with some fries
Can peltposting be the new Bane posting?
Evil Businessman/Corporation/Politician kills me. That is the laziest way to write a villain.
Exhibit A: Iron Man 3. God forbid you try a different type of villain, just do what the other movies did.
Heavily overlapping with this one:
>The fanboy/fangirl character who points out tropes as they happen, and uses memes in their dialogue
This was nowhere a few years ago, but very recently it's exploded and now it's fucking everywhere.
Anyone else mad at how they basically turned him into a woman beating racist in the last 30 minutes to make him seem more villainous?