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  1. Aug 19, 2022 · The biggest show of our lifetime—which premiered 10 years ago—wasn't about the dragons, it was about the heroes and villains (sometimes both, at once) who changed television.

  2. Alice and Phoebe Cary are reoccurring characters. Over the course of the game, the protagonist has brief encounters with several famous writers. They can have a drink with Washington Irving in the first chapter. Irving argues with James Lowell about the merits of fine art vs. wider public appeal.

  3. In Game of Thrones, many of the Houses and Organizations of the setting embody the Seven Deadly Sins in some form or another: the Starks embody Sloth in their refusal to behave "dishonorably," even if it would have been the right thing to do under the circumstances; the Lannisters all represent Pride in one form or another- Tywin's ...

  4. Giants are a non-human race considered to be a legend by the inhabitants of the Seven Kingdoms south of the Wall. However, giants do actually exist in the furthest north beyond the Wall, and have had some interactions with the human wildlings. This is in contrast with both the Children of the Forest and the White Walkers, which even the wildlings claim to not have seen in thousands of years ...

  5. Jul 11, 2016 · AMC’s new show is strongest when explaining the ins and outs of the restaurant business. It’s fun to listen to the characters explain things about finer spices and wines, leading to some witty and entertaining banter. Ironically it’s the more dramatic tropes that fall flat here: the corrupt cop, the evil mob boss, the cliché love interest.

  6. Jul 22, 2021 · The Star Wars sequel trilogy is available on Disney+. From a strong rivalry in the first of the Star Wars sequel trilogy movies, The Force Awakens, to a clear attraction in the second part, The Last Jedi, the heroic Rey (Daisey Ridley) and the villainous Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) fall in love by the end of the Skywalker saga, with the experience returning Ren to his true self, Ben Solo.

  7. Bodyguard is a British political thriller television series created and written by Jed Mercurio and produced by World Productions as part of ITV Studios for the BBC.The six-part series centres around the fictional character of Police Sergeant David Budd (Richard Madden), a British Army war veteran suffering from PTSD, who is now working for the Royalty and Specialist Protection Branch of ...

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