SS, what a bastard
SS, what a bastard
Haha, can only assume there must have been some deleted posts...
Reminds me of the time I told Nath that Darth Vader was Luke Skywalker's Dad.
Probably a bit late, but yeah, that episode was AWESOME!
How brilliant was Emilia clarke's dialogue delivery when she said "A dragon is not a slave" in Valyrian? For a moment it seemed she was saying something badass in a language I understood instead of gibberish, it was that good
Can't be a true fan until you can speak High Valyrian.
I know that 'most everyone here who has seen it would probably have seen it a decade ago but I'm watching The Sopranos now and while I thought season one and two were very high quality, but the first three eps of season three I just saw absolutely blew me away. It's the feds trying to secretly bug the Sopranos home, Tony's mother's funeral and Christopher being made a captain ftr with the Meadow interracial fling thrown in.
FMD, The acting is so beautiful and the show manages to sadden me and wind me up so easily without any upfront emotional manipulation like in say, Breaking Bad.
The beginning of this season is up there with the Stringer-Avon conflict phase as the best television peak I've seen.
Christopher made a captain?
Booo. Pay more attention.
Capos are guys like Ralph Cifaretto and Paulie...who are right below Tony (who technically is a Capo himself with his uncle being the Boss, but that's in name only). That ceremony was for him to become a 'made man' - a 'soldier', e.g officially inducted into the mafia. Before that he was just an 'associate', meaning not really "part" of the mafia...
Mafia stories are an American institution - get it right .
Not really titillating enough for me, it's like looking at a child. Not keen.
Watched all of Broadchurch over the past few days. V.good.
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