Credit: Recent Cutbacks
Some of our favorite humans are back with their latest production based on the hit series Game of Thrones. Recent Cutbacks returns to the Peoples Improv Theater with Next Day Thrones: A Parody of Ice and Fire, a comedic look at the upcoming season of the hit HBO series. Tired of simply reading a recap of that episode you missed? How about a theatrical presentation of the episode crafted in under 24 hours?
Hi folks! Today we’d like to bring you a lovely review of the Game of Thrones Stationery Sets by Insight Editions. I’ve had it for a few weeks now and I would’ve reviewed it sooner, but my computer was broken! It’s all right, though– it just gave me more time to fiddle around with the set and bring you an even better review.
We’ll be featuring the House Targaryen set. There are two others at publish time; one for House Stark and one for House Lannister. (Click the photo to be automatically directed to Amazon! Link will open in a new window.)
So after this week’s episode, which didn’t bring you any more farther than where we were last week, the next episode promises to be full of drama and action.
On next week’s episode:
Jon welcomes volunteers; Bran, Jojen, Meera and Hodor seek shelter; Jaime and Brienne discuss his honor; Daenerys balances justice and mercy.
Watch the promo below :
So are you still alright? Did you stop celebrating the basta…oops King Joffrey’s death? Don’t tell me you cried). So on this week’s Game of Thrones, the Lannisters are mourning, plotting or trying to save themselves – those guys are quite polyvalent -, Jon gets some news from Ygrit and Daenerys shows what a leader she is.
All men must die has, finally, became true on last night’s episode of Game of Thrones. While the “Good” clans had endured a big amount of deaths those last seasons, it’s finally time for things to change and for some characters to pay their debts. It’s the big climax of the Lannister’s saga. Yes my friend, the time for the Purple Wedding has come! (more…)