Say one positive thing and one negative thing about The Sopranos
Could /tv/ do the unthinkable?
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First for Renly the rightful King.
What the fuck happened during this scene?
Reptile fused with some random statue and became human? Was the statue some kind of petrified dead soldier? Even if it was, why the fuck did falling inside of it give Reptile a human form?
>The new Star Trek will be about arcing storylines and space explosions instead of philosophy, sociology, and science-fiction
ITT: Characters that remind you of your dad
ITT: Actors it's impossible to dislike
What to do with Olly and Thorne edition
yfw the only time we see the white walkers this season is in a bran weirwood vision
Regal at every size edition
Damn, guys. This is a hot topic. What does /tv/ think?
>one of the biggest corporations on the planet is going to risk alienating their target demographic on one of their most popular projects to placate internet progressives
Never gonna happen and you know it.
Want to kill self but can't do it until GoT is finished edition
>following that logic then Tommen is the rightful heir because his legitimacy can't be DISproven.
But he is. After Stannis died, Tommen is 100% the rightful heir until someone comes and dethrones him. Tommen should get the fuck out of King's Landing, because with his death everything comes crumbling down. He needs to flee to Dragonstone or somewhere like that for the time being.
>3rd tier character played by a failed actor in an R-Rated movie beats the two most iconic DC superheroes, in a PG-13 movie written by an Oscar-winner
T O P K E K
You like depressing films, I like depressing films. Depressing films thread.