>Ned, take my son and claim he's yours. I want you to ensure that he's not legitimized as a Stark despite it being easily within your power to ask that of Robert without telling him the truth. Make sure he eats at another table so that he'll feel ostracized and alone for the rest of his life. Try to find time to give him a romanticized view of what is essentially a prison for rapists and murderers without ever telling him how awful the Wall is. Finally, and only if there's time, make the question of his parentage some kind of grand mystery that he can never answer instead of just saying you fucked a whore and she died in childbirth. I want him wonder that for the rest of his life, so don't tell him the truth of his parents, leave him a note in case you die early, or tell anyone else, especially your wife whom you trust and who hates Jon only because he represents your perceived infidelity and so would accept him if she realized the purpose of the noble lie I've asked you to tell the Kingdoms. Also, tell everyone you defeated Sir Arthur Dayne in combat instead of just admitting that he got shanked by a nobody.
>It's a "reposting this thread after getting thoroughly BTFO in the previous one" episode
>make sure he eats at another table so that he'll feel ostracized and alone for the rest of his life
lmao you fell for the D&D jon always sat alone when it was actually just a one time thing that happened when robert came to winterfell meme
What did /tv/ think of this?
Thought it was interesting visually but not much of a story. 7/10-ish
I used to be obsessed with this movie, seen it up to around 100 times now. It's quintessential all style and no substance but it helped me discover so many amazing films and made me appreciate film in general more.
What is the best gay couple in the history of television
So they're going to fuck, right?
This show got so shitty when Adam and Jimmy left.
Name a better capeshit movie than this.
What's next for her career?
>"Bruce! I need you to listen to me! We are not enemies"
>knocks him off
>punches him in the face
>"It's Lex Luthor!"
>sends him flying over 10 meters away
What did he mean by this?
Refer to the conversation he had with the prison guy's girlfriend, "a guy like that words won't stop him, only fists", after Bruce starts with the Kryptonite (after Superman put him through a fucking building and told him to stay down) you can see the understanding in his face after the beating when they drop through the ceiling
"this fucking idiot won't stop unless I put him in traction"
Didst thou enjoy The VVitch?
>It's a Ukip family has to be heavily edited to mask thier racist views episode
Who else /hyped/ for Mel Gibson's upcoming war flick - Hacksaw Ridge?
>WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people and becomes the first Conscientious Objector in American history to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Why do people blame "bad marketing" for Dredd's failure?
Can't people just admit that they were tired of seeing more capeshit at the time?
People don't like the character because they're all smartasses who say "He's just satire of the american justice system" and think they've somehow outsmarted the entire franchise and should now hate it for no other reason than they've figured it out.
I don't understand this phenomenon.
>comes home late in the night, almost morning
>he freezes between his car and his brick wall
>a shadowy figure sits behind the wheel
>"Our franchise is dying. You must be sacrificed for the good of others."
>Next morning found dead.
Does this make sense?
Is horror the plebbiest genre?
>HEY BUTTHEAD, DID YOU KNOW LIKE, WOMEN ARE PEOPLE TOO AND STUFF? MHEH-HEHEH
Not your mom, she's a slut.