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Game of Thrones 4x02 'The Lion And The Rose: The Westeros royal wedding

A great many things have happened tonight. Above the “Read More” tab, I will offer no spoilers. Therefore, let’s do the teeniest of recaps before we get to the goods. This is the episode where we catch up with the other half of characters not shown in the previous episode. Theon (better known as Reek nowadays), Ramsay Snow, and newcomer Myranda (what an introduction!) meet up with Roose Bolton and his fat wife, Walda Frey, in the Dreadfort. Bran Stark, Jojen and Meera Reed, and Hodor continue to travel north of the wall. Stannis and Selyse Baratheon decide to let Melisandre play priest for their daughter, Shireen. Oh yeah, and there was the royal wedding between the lion, Joffrey Baratheon, and the rose, Margaery Tyrell. (Read More)

For those who were wondering about my opinions of last night’s Game of Thrones episode. :o) I had the honor of writing about it this week.

Spoilers are included! Click and beware.


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HBO GO Gripe

For the past 3 seasons of Game of Thrones, HBO GO has had interactive features.

I have loved this and made a routine around these awesome added tidbits. Watch episode on Sunday live and then again with features sometime during the week. Repeat with new episode on Sunday. At the end of the season I rewatch the series, in it’s entirety, with the features picking up little things I had missed prior. 

However, HBO GO does not offer interactive features with season 4.

At least, they haven’t at the time of this post. I’m hoping with a little time, they will be able to add them on, but usually they are spot on about this type of thing. With paying costumers and all, you have to be. It was immediate with Season 3. 

So I am disappointed. But hopeful that they will add them at a later date.


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