Houston Chronicle Published 5:33 pm CDT, Sunday, May 12, 2019 Source: Reddit Source: Reddit Photo: File/Reddit Photo: File/Reddit Image 1 of / 20 Caption Close Image 1 of 20 Source: Reddit Source: Reddit Photo: File/Reddit Memes, reactions to 'Game of Thrones' season 8, episode 5 1 / 20 Back to Gallery The Battle for King's Landing is finally here, but some fans are already gritting their teeth as "Game of Thrones" nears its end. Critics are a bit furious at how things played out in the previous episode "Last of the Starks," and their displeasure is being heard loud and clear in plenty of memes and jokes at the show's expense. The runtime for the fifth episode clocks in at 78 … [Read more...] about Memes, reactions to ‘Game of Thrones’ season 8, episode 5
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And Now Our Watch Is Ending Text by Isaac FeldbergDesign and development by Patrick GarvinPhotos courtesy of HBO April 10, 2019 Asking a “Game of Thrones” fan what’s happened so far on the HBO fantasy epic is like asking a Christian what you missed in both the Old and New Testaments. Yes, the short and correct answer is just “fire, sex, murder, and the occasional resurrection,” but let them elaborate any further than that, and you’ll be there all day.As “Thrones” enters its endgame Sunday, even die-hard fans could use a refresher on the past seven seasons, to remember who killed who, which alliances are going strong, and whose flings wouldn’t fly in all but three U.S. states (hint: most of them).Some background: 17 years ago, Robert Baratheon rebelled against the Targaryen dynasty, seizing control of Westeros and exiling Daenerys and Viserys Targaryen across the Narrow Sea. When Robert’s adviser Jon Arryn dies suspiciously, … [Read more...] about What happened on ‘Game of Thrones,’ seasons 1-7
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Television | ‘Game of Thrones’ Is Ending. But You Can Still Visit Westeros. Advertisement Supported by As the spiritual and production home of HBO’s sprawling fantasy drama, Northern Ireland has been transformed by the show. We take you there. ByJeremy Egner April 5, 2019 CUSHENDUN, Northern Ireland — The many marvels dotting the dramatic Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland include a cluster of eerily beautiful caves in this tidy village, around 45 miles north of Belfast. Formed by 400 million years of shifting red stone and the surging slate-blue Irish Sea, the caves inspire awed reflection upon the raw power of nature and the irresistible imprint of time, among other musings on the mystic. A voice whispered into my ear: “That’s where Melisandre gave birth to the shadow … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’ Is Ending. But You Can Still Visit Westeros.
Travis M. Andrews, The Washington Post Published 10:30 am CDT, Thursday, April 4, 2019 Remember Dorne? Unfortunately, we do, too. Here, a Sand Snake and her mother embrace - not that anyone cares. >>See photos from the Season 8 red carpet premiere in the photos that follow... Remember Dorne? Unfortunately, we do, too. Here, a Sand Snake and her mother embrace - not that anyone cares. >>See photos from the Season 8 red carpet premiere in the photos that follow... Photo: Helen Sloane, HBO Photo: Helen Sloane, HBO Image 1 of / 70 Caption Close Image 1 of 70 Remember Dorne? Unfortunately, we do, too. Here, a Sand Snake and her mother embrace - not that anyone cares. >>See photos from the Season 8 red carpet premiere in the photos that follow... Remember Dorne? … [Read more...] about Five horrible ‘Game of Thrones’ story lines that made us want to add our bodies to the death count
Carlos Monarrez Detroit Free Press Published 3:18 PM EDT Mar 21, 2019 A Coney dog egg roll, the end of paper tickets, a new bag policy and “Game of Thrones” Ron Gardenhire bobblehead are among the new things you will experience during Tigers games this season at Comerica Park. Opening Day in Detroit is at 1:10 p.m. April 4. Gates will open at 10 a.m. Here’s a quick look at some of the new stuff you can expect, courtesy of the media preview the club hosted Thursday at the stadium with various fare and wares on display. As usual, the food took center stage, with more than a dozen new items available under the creative eye of Comerica Park chef Mark Szubeczak. The Coney dog egg roll is exactly what it sounds like: A crispy egg roll filled with a Coney dog. The Bahn Mi, a sandwich of thick-slab bacon topped with Asian slaw and sriracha aioli, was another standout. There’s also a French onion burger, a gluten-free burger and a hand-carved gyro. But the … [Read more...] about A new twist on Coney dogs at Detroit Tigers games this year