Last night's episode of Game of Thrones was marked by a rape scene that broke away from George R.R. Martin's books and called into question the judgement of the show's handlers. Earlier today on his website, Martin drew clear divisions between his writing of the scene and how it played out on television.
In honor of Presidents Day, President Barack Obama is celebrating the holiday by sitting at home and watching his favorite television shows. The only difference between Obama and a normal person is that Obama is probably sitting at home watching advance episodes of Game of Thrones while you're stuck watching the season 3 trailer over and over.
Winter is coming, blah, blah, blah, just get me Game of Thrones the fourth season and get it now; the Interstellar is light on story, but heavy on McConaughey at his silken-voiced finest; the Weinstein's are back baby, and you'll never work in this town again (if you're a non-sequel); and because this is Los Angeles, you're welcome for Sriracha: The Movie.
Since the trajectory of the majority of the male characters on Game Of Thrones tends to start with "Become king or die trying" and ends with a head on a spike or a sorceress' fatal stab, it seems only likely that Joffrey Baratheon will either be killed, accidentally kill himself, or be conquered and cuckolded by Arya Stark (hopefully to be kept in a brothel run by Littlefinger). Luckily for Jack Gleeson, his character's inevitable exit will allow him to quit acting and focus on charity work.