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Here's Everything That Happens In The Latest Leaked Episode Of Game Of Thrones, Which Is Bananas Here's Everything That Happens In The Latest Leaked Episode Of Game Of Thrones, Which Is Bananas

Two weeks ago, the fourth episode of the current season of Game of Thrones, HBO’s hit show about relatives who smooch, leaked a few days early to the delight of fans. It was a good-ass episode, and despite the leak, it scored all-time high ratings for the show.

Here's Everything That Happens In The Leaked Episode Of Game Of Thrones, Which Rules Here's Everything That Happens In The Leaked Episode Of Game Of Thrones, Which Rules

Earlier this week, someone hacked HBO and made off with a fuckton of data (1.5 terabytes, they claim), which apparently included thousands of internal documents and an executive’s financial data. It also probably includes a lot more. If that 1.5 terabyte figure is accurate, then this is one the biggest such hacks in…

The Entire Plot Of The Next Season Of Game Of Thrones Seems To Have Leaked The Entire Plot Of The Next Season Of Game Of Thrones Seems To Have Leaked

HBO’s Game Of Thrones, the hit show about sibling fucking, is currently in the process of filming its seventh and kinda-sorta-not-really final full season in Spain. While most of the plot developments of the first six seasons were either matters of public record or relatively simple to discern, author George R.R.…

This Star Wars Spoiler Is So Audacious, You Can't Be Mad At It This Star Wars Spoiler Is So Audacious, You Can't Be Mad At It

Just so we’re all clear, there’s a big Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoiler down here. Okay? All clear?

The Next Three Weeks Of Game Of Thrones Recaps, Spoiled The Next Three Weeks Of Game Of Thrones Recaps, Spoiled

Over the weekend, the first four episodes of Game of Thrones leaked onto torrent sites. In one day, they were downloaded more than a million times. And yet on an Internet that mainlines recaps, teasers, spoilers, and breakdowns, no one seems to want to talk about them, at least beyond the odd mealymouthed appeal to…

A Friendly Word Of Advice To Game Of Thrones Readers: Chill A Friendly Word Of Advice To Game Of Thrones Readers: Chill

Hello, fellow A Song of Ice and Fire readers. How are you? Doing well, I hope, though I worry. These should be exciting times, what with the impending premiere of Game of Thrones’ fifth season on HBO this weekend, but I can’t help but sense a little frustration in the air.

Game Of OMG's: How The Internet Became One Giant Spoiler Alert Game Of OMG's: How The Internet Became One Giant Spoiler Alert

I can't stop thinking about Ginsberg's nipple. While shearing off that irksome "valve" may have relieved some pressure and brought a measure of peace to Mad Men's resident alien, even a month later, it still stares at me from its dainty gift box as a symbol of sadness and frustration, and a reminder that computers…

Screw Your Completist-ism: A Guide To Bandwagoning Breaking Bad Screw Your Completist-ism: A Guide To Bandwagoning Breaking Bad

I couldn't stand it. I was sitting through the lightning delay during Sunday Night Football and so many people were tweeting and salivating over Breaking Bad that I began to feel sick to my stomach over never having watched it. Jesus could have appeared in the flesh and it wouldn't have generated such an…

NBC's Local Affiliates Don't Understand How Spoilers Work, Either NBC's Local Affiliates Don't Understand How Spoilers Work, Either

On Monday NBC inadvertently spoiled the result of a race they had yet to broadcast by showing its winner celebrating in a promo for the following morning's Today show. It seems its local affiliates aren't quite getting how to play the tape-delay game, either. Here's a clip from last night's 6 p.m. broadcast on KXAS,…

ESPN Creates Poker Drama, Then Spoils It For Everyone ESPN Creates Poker Drama, Then Spoils It For Everyone

ESPN has spent months building up to tonight's broadcast of the final table of the World Series of Poker. They even convinced organizers to take an unprecedented 117-day break before settling the final table so that they could broadcast a "plausibly live" show tonight, just hours after the champion was decided. It was…

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