(HBO)What a night! What a glorious, glorious night!
On this week's episode of Game of Thrones, a major character bit the dust at yet another wedding, officially making the score three-to-one when it comes to violent versus non-violent nuptials on this show. Basically, if you haven't watched tonight's episode — aptly titled "The Lion and The Rose" — then stop reading, unless you want to be more spoiled than one of those girls from My Super Sweet Sixteen.King Joffrey [Lannister] Baratheon died...Read Full Story
People don't survive in Westeros by being nice. Nice people get unexpectedly stabbed in the stomach. That's just how it works in the Game of Thrones universe. Which is why so many of the GoT characters range from difficult to downright evil. Just about everyone on the show has an unflattering, unlikeable side to their personality, so we decided to map those qualities in Venn diagram fashion. Welcome to the "Game of Thrones Hate-Ability Index." (Click to enlarge)More than 30 of the show's most...Read Full Story
(Photo: HBO)Game of Thrones fans are a contentious bunch, but in all likelihood they can agree on one thing: Joffrey is the WORST. In fact, there might not be a more hate-able character in the history of television. The whiny, petulant, sadistic, power-hungry megalomaniac who sits atop the Iron Throne is so detestable, its almost impossible to separate the character from the actor who plays him, 21-year-old Jack Gleeson. Which, although a testament to Gleeson's acting prowess, totally screws...Read Full Story
Jack Gleeson is an actor best known for his role as Joffrey Baratheon in 'Game of Thrones' on HBO.