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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Steveknj, Mar 11, 2013.
I can't wait and I'm getting excited!
I watched the first two seasons marathon style via DVD and Amazon streaming. This time I'm going to just go ahead and order HBO. I'm already dreading having to wait a week between episodes. #firstworldproblems
Me, either!! and me, too!!
Did you see that latest trailer?
I saw a dragon.
When does it start?
Edit: March 31st at 9:00 pm Eastern Time
I'll post this here too:
Season 2 Recap Show: A Gathering Storm
Do we think that the GoT beer is actually going to be tasty? I'd ask in the Great Beer Thread but I can't decide if it's the Great (Beer Thread) or the (Great Beer) Thread and as such I can't tell whether such a beer belongs.
I need to start reading the old threads and/or rewatching season 2. I love this show but it can be hard to follow, for me anyway.
That's why you come here after watching. Someone here will definitely explain it to you (at least their interpretation ).
Doesn't HBO usually air the previous season before the new one starts?
I searched for episodes but could not find any in the guide.
If they did I would start my HBO sub early so I could rewatch season 2.
I just looked it up on the HBO page and they appear to be starting with Season 1 on March 25 on HBO Signature. They will go through episode 17 (season 2) on that channel and then the next two episodes (18 & 19) will be on HBO2, then they switch back to HBO Signature for the final episode (20) of Season 2.
They've been showing Season 2 on HBO2 on Saturday nights. This week is Ep 8.
I just realized from now until premiere night is 20 days inclusive. One episode per day.
It's a sign! Break out the blu-rays. I'm re-watchin'.
Of course if you have an HBO sub, you can get them from HBO Go, or OD. That's how I'm rewatching the last ep of last year
Catch up with Game of Thrones in 14-minute Season 2 recap
Well, that's not going so well. Five down, fifteen to go.
What is this "pacing" of which you speak?
You'll have time to re-read some books
"Game of Thrones. The Lays Potato Chips of television."