“The Bells” incinerates previous Game of Thrones viewership records, dethrones season seven’s “The Dragon and the Wolf”

“The Bells” wasn’t just a big battle episode. It was the second-to-last episode of the season, which has traditionally been a big one (the so-called “episode nine”, though the term obviously doesn’t apply these last few shortened seasons.) It’s also the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones ever. With those stakes, one would expect the […]

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Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5 “The Bells” Written Recap Round-Up

Just when you thought last week’s episode of Game of Thrones was contentious, along comes “The Bells”, to barrel down your door (see picture above), divide your friends, and perhaps even align you with some of your enemies. Every Facebook and Twitter this side of the Narrow Sea has thoughts and opinions about our favorite show’s penultimate episode. […]

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Unsullied Recap Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5: The Bells

Spoiler note: The discussion in this post is primarily for non-book readers (book fans can discuss the show-only here). We ask that all Sullied book-readers refrain from posting any mentions/references to the books in the comments here, veiled or otherwise. No spoilers, at all! This show is best viewed without knowing all the surprises beforehand or afterwards, so please be respectful of […]

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Kit Harington on “twisted, Shakespearian” Episode 4 this Sunday; Emilia Clarke tells fans to expect an “even bigger” Episode 5!

If you’re like me, you’re still reeling from the tense and chaotic battle for Winterfell. Don’t expect too much of a break, however, as Kit Harington has described this coming Sunday’s episode four as “one of his favorites”, and Emilia Clarke let it slip that the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones may be even bigger than […]

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