As the show with the most pinky finger removals on television continues, Nelson Mail reporters and bloggers Sarah Dunn and Adam Roberts continue their discussions about the land of Westeros. Dear Adam, I was horrified to learn that you and Lee both neglected the most significant development in Episode Five – Gendry’s brand new handlebar moustache
Spoiler alert: this talks about plot points of season 3 episode 1 Spirits soared higher than those ever-growing dragons as Game of Thrones finally returned to our screens – and just a matter of hours behind US audiences. So what did we learn And was the episode all it was cracked up to be There is, as ever in the land of Westeros, much to discuss (Spoiler alert: for those that haven’t watched the episode yet, firstly, what are you waiting for, secondly, come back tomorrow for a full-length recap, and thirdly, what are you waiting for) Power hungry Daenerys escaped Qarth – notably by sea in her new boat – but couldn’t quite get out of the reach of the pesky warlocks
Suddenly, it’s 1979, when Steven Spielberg was the kid with the magic touch, and science fiction movies invested their alien encounters with emotional uplift. Super 8, the J.J.
Correction Appended: Feb. 5, 2010 Secretary of Defense Robert Gates flies around the world to war zones and allies, to China and Russia and Suriname, on a Cold War relic called the Doomsday Plane
It was a lengthy, set-back laden struggle watched by a city of increasingly curious people.
There’s something lurking in the depths of Loch Ness, Scotland and it has nothing to do with monsters. On a recent expedition to try and find evidence of the Loch Ness monster, U.S