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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Anubys, Jun 10, 2013.
Even IMDB is not necessarily safe in a situation where they are already filming the next season.
How so? I mean, I guess if you are die hard anti-spoiler and don't even want to know what new actors or new characters are involved, then yeah. But I don't think most people are that extreme. It doesn't really spoil much to know an actor is in the next season, or the name of some new random character (unless, of course, the character's name is listed as John "Joffrey Slayer" Doe)
Fair enough. I had apparently forgotten that part.
That doesn't mean that the Wall is impervious to the Others. If it were destroyed then, according to Mance at least, it appears the Others would be able to cross it.
I know we have a book discussion thread but I wanted to toss this out there-
I always thought it was bad news that Mance never found that horn thing that can bring down the wall. After all, if the Wall is manned because it becomes apparent to everyone the White Walkers are back then how do they get past the wall? Finding the horn would be my guess.
It was "Love Actually" and it was him.
It's actually easier to google by his GOT character to get the actor's name. There are a ton of actors in Love Actually, and it would have taken me a while to find him (full cast and crew, look through tiny photos, etc). Also, I had to get my daughter to do it since she was the only one in the room with a web surfing device at that moment and she was only going to deal with a momentary interruption.
Depends on what type of device you're using. On the website, you can enter a character name and it will pull up a result. On the (iPhone) app, character names don't return any results. No idea why this is. Since I'm usually using my iPhone to look up stuff as I'm watching TV or movies, I haven't been in the habit of looking up character names.
What if you see that Kristian Nairn, who plays Hodor, is listed from 2011-2013, while the other actors are all listed 2011-? You could then deduce that Hodor will not be returning. THAT is a spoiler.
That's not the case, btw, for some reason IMDb lists ALL the current actors as -2013. That's another thing, IMDb is often wrong.
Of course it means that Others cannot cross the wall. Only if the wall, including its magic, is destroyed by the magic horn can the Others cross. That is essentially what the statement by Mance Rayder (that I do not have a reference yet) said.
Mhysa sounds like the beginning of a Jar Jar Binks line.
If I stick with this show, I hope they end up with some catch-up narratives, like they did with Lost. I know for a fact that by the time it's on again, I'm going to have forgotten a lot of the story lines and secondary characters.
If you right to the episode guide, it only shows cast members for that episode without any other dates associated to them. No spoilers, if it is an episode you've seen.
Google is the easiest way to get a spoiler by accident.
Nanny McFee. Love Actually.
Before this season started, HBO aired a catch-up show that basically summarized all of S2. I was feeling exactly like you, and wasn't sure I'd be able to remember anything, but watching that 15-20 minute catch up brought it all back very quickly.
I think there is a possibility that book 6 could be done before they get there but I don't think there is much of a chance that he will have book 7 done in time. He just doesn't write that fast.
No, IMDB is not wrong. As far as I've ever seen, IMDB never lists anybody as year-?, because IMDB is does not track the status of any show's story. It's merely a finite list of precisely what episodes/movies actors have worked on as of today, according to the information they have received thus far. So even if you see Hodor as 2011-2013 while Tyrion is 2011-2014, all that tells you is that Hodor has not yet appeared in any of the episodes that IMDB has information on yet, according to the information receieved.
So there are 2 things to take form that. The first is that, just because an actor is not listed for a future episode, that does not mean he's not in that episode. The other is that, just because a character is not listed in one or more episodes, that doesn't mean he's dead. We've had 30 episodes so far, but Hodor was only it 16. Does that mean hodor was ever dead?
That article seems to indicate a pretty serious disconnect between Martin (who says the producers have plenty of material to tide them over while he's writing more books) and the producers (who talk about trimming material, and who have otherwise said they plan to keep the show finite at a specific length).
It makes me wonder if Martin is as involved in the ongoing production of the show as has been assumed, or if he participated in the initial development and now just writes his one episode a year. I'd seen some interviews with him where he seemed to imply that he's only in contact with the TV people when he does annual set visits, and I assumed I was misreading him...but maybe not?
Not to mention that imdb is often incomplete. They don't have info on every actor on every episode so you may see too few episodes for someone who appeared in every show. More true for long running shows or things like soap operas or talk shows, etc.
What I want to know is how does one relieve themselves without his private part?
Water still comes out of the spigot, even when there's no hose attached. It just sprays everywhere.
Did you know that girls pee, too?