Over the course of the first two seasons, Tyrion Lannister has proven to be one of the wisest and most entertaining characters on HBO;?s Game of Thrones . Here are some of our favorite quotes of his, from the wise and insightful to the just plain hilariou more
If you've stumbled upon this post by mistake and have not yet read The Game of Thrones or The Clash of Kings , please stop in your tracks and read TV Fanatic's official review of " Blackwater " by Matt Richenthal.
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Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 9: "Blackwater" was wonderfully epic, but it left some TV fans worried about everyone's favorite imp. Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) ended the episode in bad shape, passing out in his squire's arms after being attacked more
Producers of HBO's hit Game of Thrones were left in a bind when they had to plan the series' memorable Battle of Blackwater, due to budget constraints. In fact, the first plan was to have the entir... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Casey_Johnson/2012/05/29 more
War arrived at the gates of King's Landing last night, as Game of Thrones delivered an episode both action-packed and heartfelt.
And the ramifications - Tyrion's fate, Sansa's future, the presence of Tywin - will lead into next Sunday's season two fina more
Last night's Game of Thrones was the only episode thus far to be almost completely self-contained and free of "meanwhiles." But that didn't mean it was simple. If anything, this episode put several of the show's main characters under a microscope and let more
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"Halfman! Halfman! Halfman!" On Sunday's epic Game of Thrones , that chant proved that Tyrion Lannister's years of cultivating his brain had paid off during the Battle of the Blackwater. Who else advanced? Who fled in fear? TVGuide.com breaks down the pow more
Last week , I wrote about how I craved a little narrative variety in Game of Thrones — a little break from all the multiple story lines and endless gear-turning that the show has to go through in order to keep everyone moving across the chessboard. In las more