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Game of Thrones features a large ensemble cast, including Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, and Kit Harington. The season introduced new cast members, including Max von Sydow, Pilou Asbæk, and Essie Davis. Critics praised its production values, writing, plot development, and cast.
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The classic Late Night with Conan O'Brien characters The Interrupter, The Masturbating Bear and Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog have made appearances on Conan. In some cases, due to complaints, the Masturbating Bear is referred to by an alternate name, "The Self-Pleasuring Panda."
Punxsutawney Dr. Phil
A hybrid of Dr. Phil McGraw and Punxsutawney Phil, this puppet talk show host groundhog first appeared after Groundhog Dayin 2014. He appears as a groundhog with a bald head, Dr. Phil-style eyes, and a mustache. At the beginning of the sketches, Punxsutawney Dr. Phil rises up out of grass, and says "Thanks so much!" two or three times. After dispensing nonsensical relationship advice and theories about certain things, such as the mafia being responsible for celebrity relationships ending, Pun...
The Flaming C
Conan and Bruce Timm created The Flaming C, a character based on Conan's appearance and jokingly referred to it as DC Comics' next superhero. The character has a comical appearance due to wearing things not associated with superheroes, such as a steaming ovenmit, a jai alai glove, ski goggles, a Star of David patch, socks with garters, fishnet stockings and loafers. Faux videos have been made where the character appears on the show Young Justice. His voice was provided by Bruce Greenwood in t...
Alex Trebek Has Gone Insane
Conan shows clips of Jeopardy! host Alex Trebekreading nonsensical clues of which contestants cannot answer, all the while questioning the long-time host's mental state. The clips are actually spliced from several different clues to form one bizarre giant clue. Trebek later appeared in a cameo and did the same to Conan, and left by saying a bizarre statement in person.
Andy's news stories
Andy previews some fake news stories he's working on for the next week complete with fake previews or stock footage, all of which are ridiculous.
Andy Richter's Sports Blast
Andy hosts what seems like a traditional sports show, but instead gives off the impression that he has no clue about sports and is very ill-prepared. Examples of this would be when he goes over the week's NFL games and picks the winners based on a real life matchup, (Redskins vs. Cowboys, he picks the Cowboys because he's seen enough western movies to know how it turns out.) and the Clip of the Week in which he shows a clip that has nothing to do with sports. He also lists some recent scores,...Conan often likes to compare Thursday's audiences with Wednesday's, usually claiming one was horrible while the other is great (shows for both days are filmed with the same audience on Wednesdays).A long running gag is that Conan is a cruel and oppressive boss, and his employees (especially Andy) secretly harbor animosity towards him.Another running gag is that Conan and Andy are secretly gay lovers (despite being married to women).Contrary to reality, Conan often mentions TBS doesn't have the money for expensive writers, sets, props, skits, licensing fees, etc., equating it with a low-budget local public access cablechannel.
A Game of Thrones, the first installment of the A Song of Ice and Fire series, has two maps of Westeros. Each new book has added one or two maps so that, as of A Dance with Dragons, seven maps of the fictional world are available in the books.
- Castlevania and Simon's Quest
- The Adventure and Belmont's Revenge
- Dracula's Curse and Curse of Darkness
- Kid Dracula
- Rondo of Blood and Symphony of The Night
- Bloodlines and Portrait of Ruin
- Castlevania (Nintendo 64) and Legacy of Darkness
- Circle of The Moon
- Harmony of Dissonance
The main antagonist of the Castlevania series is Dracula(ドラキュラ, Dorakyura), based on the original character by Bram Stoker and his depiction in film. His real name is Dracula Vlad Tepes, and is estimated to be over 800-years old by Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (1997). With a few exceptions, he has starred in every title. The series mainly takes place in the eponymous castle of Count Dracula, who resurrects every hundred years to take over the world.Players often assume the role of the B...
Death(死神, Shinigami, lit. "The Grim Reaper") is present in all Castlevania games, except for Haunted Castle, Castlevania: The Adventure and Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge. Death is often a boss fought toward the end of the game. He is considered Dracula's second-in-command and most trusted minion. Sometimes he has played an important role to the storyline, such as Castlevania: Lament of Innocence. He is a playable character as the skeletal knight in Castlevania Judgment. In most of his app...
Simon Belmont(シモン・ベルモンド, Shimon Berumondo, Simon Belmondo) is the first protagonist to appear in the series. He has appeared in Castlevania, Vampire Killer, Haunted Castle, Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, Super Castlevania IV, Castlevania Chronicles, Castlevania Judgment, and Castlevania: Harmony of Despair. The heroism, beauty and strength of Simon Belmont may refer to the Romanian folklore hero Făt-Frumos, defining the obligation of the Belmont lineage to face evil.
Christopher Belmont(クリストファー・ベルモンド, Kurisutofā Berumondo, Christopher Belmondo) starred in three Castlevania games as a protagonist, two for the Game Boy system and one for the Wii. The two Game Boy games were Castlevania: The Adventure and Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge. In the latter, Christopher has to rescue his son, Soleil Belmont, after he was kidnapped by Count Dracula. He appears in Nintendo Wii's Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth. He also was the protagonist in the limited Castlev...
Soleil Belmont(ソレイユ・ベルモンド, Soreiyu Berumondo, Soleil Belmondo) appears as a non-playable character in Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge, which was released for the Game Boy in 1991. He was called Soleiyu in the original release of Belmont's Revenge and was later correct to Soleil (French for sun) in the 1998 re-releaseof the game for the European market. In 1591, Soleil, who recently celebrated his coming of age, was captured by Dracula's minions and bewitched to do the Count's evil bidding....
Trevor Belmont, known as Ralph C. Belmondo(ラルフ・C・ベルモンド, Rarufu Shī Berumondo) in Japan, appears in Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, Castlevania: Judgment, Akumajo Dracula Pachislot, and is a supporting character in Castlevania: Curse of Darkness. Trevor defeated Dracula in Castlevania III. This was accomplished with the aid of Grant Danasty, Sypha Belnades and Alucard. He would later marry Sypha Belnades and have children with her, adding the prodigious magical powers of the Belnades line to...
Grant Danasty(グラント・ダナスティ, Guranto Danasuti) is a character in Castlevania III and Castlevania: Judgment. A young pirate (listed as an acrobat in the ending sequence of the Castlevania III Japanese version) and skilled knife fighter whose ship was corrupted by Dracula's magic, he was transformed into a demon and took over a clock tower in Wallachia. When defeated by Trevor Belmont, he became human again and decided to travel with Trevor to Dracula's castle. After Dracula's defeat, he oversaw t...
Sypha Belnades(サイファ・ヴェルナンデス, Saifa Verunandesu) appears in Castlevania III and Castlevania: Judgment. A priestess (although she introduces herself as a vampire hunter to Trevor in the Castlevania III Japanese version) and witch of the church who uses elemental magic in battle, Sypha hid her gender to become a vampire hunter. She fought for the church to destroy evil, though her sister witches were hunted down by the church. She went on a journey to confront and destroy Dracula. On her way to...
Kid Dracula is a lighthearted spinoff of the Castlevania series set sometime in the distant future. In Japan, the series is called Akumajō Dracula Special: Boku Dracula-kun. Though elements from the series have been referenced throughout the main Castlevania series, the series has not been listed on any timeline published by Konami.
Richter Belmont(リヒター・ベルモンド, Rihitā Berumondo, Richter Belmondo) has starred as a protagonist in Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (and its remakes), Symphony of the Night, and Akumajō Dracula: The Medal (an arcade medallion slot game). His first appearance is the main character in Castlevania: Rondo of Blood. In Symphony of the Night, a direct sequel which takes place five years later, he became a brainwashed primary antagonist; however, completing the game unlocks an option to play the entire game...
Maria Renard(マリア･ラーネッド, Maria Rāneddo) is a local village girl with the power to control the Four Symbols (China) of Chinese mythology. She appears in the PC Engine video game Akumajō Dracula X: Rondo of Blood (and its remakes Dracula X Chronicles for PSP and Castlevania Dracula X for Super NES), as well as in Symphony of the Night, Castlevania Judgment, and Akumajō Dracula: The Medal. She is a distant blood relative of the Belmont clan (no mention of that connection is to be found in Castlev...
Shaft(シャフト, Shafuto) is a dark priest that appears as the secondary antagonist in Akumajō Dracula X Chi no Rondo and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. In 1792, Shaft aids Dracula in his plans to kidnap several young women. He is defeated by Richter after conjuring several monstersin an attempt to defeat him. Later in the game, Shaft's ghost makes a final attempt to stop the hero. In 1797, Dracula's monsters kidnap Richter and brainwashhim. Shaft is instrumental in using his evil powers to c...
Castlevania Legends and Sonia Belmont were rendered non-canonical when the game was redacted from IGA's series timeline due to inconsistencies.
John Morris, known as Johnny Morris(ジョニー・モリス, Jonī Morisu) in Japan, made an appearance in a single Castlevania game, Castlevania: Bloodlines. He is a descendant of the Belmont family, and wields the Vampire Killer whip, much like his ancestors. John died some time after the events of Bloodlines, as it was revealed his wounds wouldn't heal. This was caused by his using the Vampire Killer whip, which would sap the strength of someone that was not a full-blooded descendant of the Belmont lineag...
Eric Lecarde(エリック・リカード, Erikku Rikādo) appears in Bloodlines, Portrait of Ruin, and Judgment. Born on May 3, 1892 in Segovia, Spain, he uses the Alucard Spear (mistranslated as "Alcarde Spear" in Bloodlines). The spear was created by Alucard to complement the power of the Vampire Killer, and fight alongside the Morris line. When Elizabeth Bartley attempted to revive Dracula, Eric volunteered to fight alongside his friend John Morris in the hunt. However, he had not told John the real reason b...
According to the game's story, Elizabeth Bartley(エリザベート・バートリー, Erisabēto Bātorī) is Dracula's niece, raised back from the dead by her servant Drolta Tzuentes(ドロテア・ツェンテス, Dorotea Tsentesu). She triggered the start of World War Iby assassinating the Crown Prince of Austria, then gathered the souls of those who died in the war to revive Dracula. In the final stage, she initially fights John and Eric in the form of a Medusa, then attacks with elemental spells before ultimately being killed. She i...
IGA claimed in 2006 that Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness for the Nintendo 64 were considered side projects to his timeline. However, the games were later listed on the 20th Anniversary Timeline, without any description. IGA later clarified that he looks at the titles as "...a Castlevania "gaiden" (subseries)" and complemented them by stating "...they both have a really unique take on the Castlevania world." Iga later included Cornell in Castlevania Judgment (Nov 2008) (drawn from his era of the timeline by magical forces). The game and manual makes references to Legacy of Darkness story. Events and characters related to the game such as Ada are mentioned during Cornell's mission and by some of the characters who encounter Cornell during their missions (such as Death & Camilla). Legacy of Darkness is said to be Cornell's previous appearance in the manual.
IGA claimed in 2006 that Circle of the Moon was considered a side project to his timeline. Elements from the game were mentioned in the English Xtreme Desktop Timeline, but the game itself was not included on the timeline. The English language timeline, distributed with preordered versions of Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin in North America by Konami of America, includes the date for Circle of the Moon though the events are not described.Circle of the Moon continues to occupy an ambiguous place in the timelines published by Konami of Japan, Konami of America, and various gaming publications.
Juste Belmont(ジュスト・ベルモンド, Jusuto Berumondo, Juste Belmondo) is the primary protagonist in Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance.In 1748, he entered Dracula's castle with his ally Maxim Kischine to locate the remaining relics of Dracula and save his friend Lydie Erlanger. He wears his bracelet, as does Maxim his own, and carries the "Vampire Killer" whip. Juste is an exceptional spell caster due to the Belnades blood running through his veins, and his abilities are considered prodigious among his...
Maxim Kischine(マクシーム・キシン, Makushīmu Kishin) is a childhood friend and rival of Juste, and the wielder of the Stellar Sword. He is responsible for unwillingly triggering the events that take place in 1748, during Harmony of Dissonance, by wishing to relieve Juste of his fate and become more powerful than he is. Inspired by the tale of Simon Belmont, Maxim gathered the cursed remains of Count Dracula so he could destroy them, and in doing so created an evil Maxim in his soul that hungered for p...
Lydie Erlanger(リディー・エルランジェ, Ridī Eruranje)is a childhood friend to both Juste and Maxim, and a person whom they deeply care about. Her presence is comforting to the young men, who underwent strict physical training. She was first kidnapped by Maxim's dark side and held within Dracula's castle, then kidnapped by Death so that the evil Maxim could take her blood and be properly resurrected as Dracula. After the Dracula Wraith is slain, her bite wounds are healed.
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Game of Thrones is set primarily on the continent of Westeros, which is divided into seven kingdoms. As a favour to stupid people, areas of the continent are often referred to by compass direction, such as "the North" or "the South," and the series begins with a handy map showing the viewer where each episode will be set. Westeros is a diverse landscape, reflecting many real-world locations such as England, Scandinavia and Middle-Earth. The exception is the storyline of Daenerys Targaryen, which is set on the continent of Essos, where the economy runs largely on eating horses and bumming slave-boys.
Currently, the only known story with a longer character list than A Song of Ice and Fire is British Telecom's epic The Phone Book. This has created problems for the series, as they were unable to recruit the entire population of any small countries to help out. Early rumours persisted that the show would largely be cast from kidnapped Oompa-Loompas, but screen tests for the part of Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane proved that orange dwarves did not perform well as seven-foot-tall madmen. Of the original Oompa-Loompa cast, only Peter Dinklageremains. Some of the principal characters are listed below.
There is a lot of plot in Game of Thrones. Normal television usually has some plot, and good television often has a fairly weighty volume of plot to carry it along, but Game of Thrones is the first known television series with enough plot to have its own gravitational pull. Between the ten thousand characters, the multiple locations across two continents, the 7,000 years of backstory...it gets a little scratchy-heady at times. In the grand spirit of Uncyclopedia, we will now attempt to accuratelysum up the ten thousand separate plotlines that make up the series.
Since airing, Game of Thrones has averaged twelfty million viewers per episode. Early indicators show that the viewers have been 100% male, 100% aged 13-19 and largely sourced from the "plays dungeons and dragons," "likes history" and "would, like, totally do Roxanne McKee" demographics. At the time of the series' beginning, the viewership was estimated at 90% straight, but this figure fell to the low 20's after witnessing Khal Drogo's speech at the climax of episode seven. Based on the current viewing figures, HBO has agreed to produce each and every one of the books into a series but noted that Sansa's actress Sophie Turner will likely be 34 when the final book is published.
The building costs and resources match the original game. It incorporates the "Helpers of Catan" expansion, with the cards renamed as Star Trek characters. A Game of Thrones Catan: Brotherhood of the Watch is a spin-off based on George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. As Brothers of the Night Watch, players harvest resources from ...
17 ‘Game Of Thrones’ Characters With Their Real-Life Partners Will Ruin Your Dreams Though Game of Thrones fans are more likely to be rooting for on-screen romances between the residents of Westeros, what about the actors and actresses who play them?
George R. R. Martin, who would later write the A Song of Ice and Fire book series which were later adapted into the acclaimed television series Game of Thrones, was a writer and producer on the show. In 2004 and 2007, Beauty and the Beast was ranked #14 and #17, respectively, on TV Guide ' s Top Cult Shows Ever.
- Carice Van Houten - Milesandre. What do we say to the god of death? The Red Woman in GoT who famously predicted the death of the Night King is played by Dutch singer and actress Carice Van Houten, who in real life was born a blonde.
- John Bradley - Samwell Tarly. I'm a coward. Oh! Just look at baby Samwell! Wait, we mean John Bradley! Look at how grumpy but cute he was as a child! Don’t you just want to cuddle both baby John and big John?
- Thomas Brodie Sangster - Jojen Reed. A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . A man who never reads lives only once. Arguably the most baby-faced actor of the GoT lot, Thomas Brodie Sangster burst onto the entertainment scene at the tender age of 11.
- Iwan Rheon - Ramsey Bolton. If you think this has a happy ending, you've not been paying attention. Here’s a fun fact: Iwan Rheon had initially auditioned for the role of Jon Snow but lost the role to Kit Harrington, with whom he maintains a close friendship.
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