I have a confession: I do not look.
Incredible, is not it? There are lost tribes in the archipelago thousands of miles in the ocean, which spend their time discussing who is hot, John Snow or Jaime Lannister. Such a cultural domination of HBO serial fantasy frames with a sword that I feel is the only person in the world that does not look at it.
I'm not completely closed – I saw the first one. But I did not have time for the show to hit the world, won the Primetime Emmy Awards 47th and became the world's largest HBO show since 30 million people were set up and went online for each episode.
almost exactly when I lost interest to wait a week for new episodes of the show. With the exception of Dr. Who, I have not been watching for any weekly TV show for ten years. In addition, I'm a little ill talking about teleck with friends. Perhaps it was a golden age of television, but instead of insightful conversations about the nuances of ancient history, every conversation now seemed to attract all who compared what they were in.
But the main reason why I so quickly abandoned the game of the thrones? During the first season, the characters performed barely audible whisperings of conversations about some dude to Stannis Baratheon, which was obviously super important. Which of the many identical bearded men – Stanis, I thought. Is he the guy from The Wire? Is he the guy from the British singing of the 90s Robson and Jerome?
And only at the end of the season, I realized that Stanis was not one of them. He was not even in it .
He is yours, TV show!
Won or die
Winter does not come. In the winter here .
– this is after 28 days. By this time there are 67 episodes, which means that from the beginning to the 8th season it is necessary to watch 2.3 episodes a day to catch up.
The question is, what would he do to man, watching two and a half hours of dirty, bloody murders and copulating every day for a month? Amazon Prime Video and depict shows like Vikings and Lucifer that change the lives of different viewers. Father-eye dad falls into the spy thriller Jack Ryan and responds with a pollen from his abandoned rowing machine and, finally, doing these tasks around the house, but with an intense dead eye that clearly frightens his children. Meanwhile, the officer worker looks at the Vikings and claims to be at work, knocking on the tables and roaring to his colleagues.
If this happens when you look God knows what will make the main throne game for me. How would I become a wild, furry man-atrocities?
In addition, the only cool that is to be in something is very loud is not part of anything. "Game of Thrones?" I can call loudly at parties. – Do not look, boyfriend. Ian McShane knew this – an actor speaking directly, called "The Game of the Thrones" "only bachelors and dragons", and he in it.
Maybe I could throw in "It's just the Krull gap." One way or another, "just to really make people."
But I'm tempted to become one of you. I finally could join all these conversations on work, at the pub, on the Internet. "These two characters are obviously a secret brother and sister," the coffee machine could confidently declare. "I am doing I know who is Stanis Barateois, thank you so much!" I could scream through the mailbox on passersby
You know what? I'm going to do this.I am going to get into the game of the thrones.
There are a million episodes to watch, but I really go to parenting any minute, which means that I will have a lot of free time in my hands, is not it? I'm sure I already know every damn thing that happened at the show, thanks to the widespread headlines that cry out spoilers through social media and news sites over the last eight years.
I'm all in Seventy hours of bloody murder and a dynastic massacre in less than a month – let's do it!
Finally, I can join the people who talk in my office, instead of lifting my headphones like some kind of unclean pariah. Every Monday, I can spend two hours talking about a television show instead of working, and that's fine, because the boss is the most excited of all.
Finally, I will understand that you are all so excited, and I can share this excitement too – at least about a month.
I'll understand the memes. I will be able to spend my lunch break reading detailed examples of the episode that I watched literally an hour ago. I will use clan banners as an analogy in the arguments of Facebook with indistinct racist relatives.
I will be late with the rule of the clergy.
I once and for all win the throne game.
Wait, is also books ? Oh, come on!