Food TV shows that you may not be watching but should be

Duke

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May 12, 2008
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That being the case...why would you say you 'dont remember' what else happens...when we're on season 4....book 4....
Confused

Most of the events in season 4 are still out of A Storm of Swords (book 3).
 

Domon

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Oic. So how many seasons are they going to have to make in the end, like 9 or 10?

well, theyve gotta stretch it out, or George is gonna get the books written and theyll catch up and have to pause.
 

Dory Berkowitz-Bukowski

Ready for some Heroin
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well, theyve gotta stretch it out, or George is gonna get the books written and theyll catch up and have to pause.

The TV people know the ending already so there's no need for the books, George will probably just give them an outline of the plot and they'll make it up and he'll not even bother writing the fuckin books. I bet the guys an asshole.
 

Domon

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Awesome explanation of GoT I saw the other day, in order to understand it, you have to think of it as a backwards story

This isn't a story that ends with "happily ever after". That's where we started. This whole series is the sequel to a book never written. A classic fantasy, about heroes who fought against an unambiguous evil, about people who took their lives and their honor into their own hands and stormed the gates of the mad king. The brave hero became king and married a beautiful woman, his friend and comrade returned home to raise his family in happiness in the keep of his forefathers, and they all lived happily ever after.

But the brave hero doesn't know how to rule, and the beautiful woman he married isn't just a trophy for being a legendary hero, but a real person with her own flaws and needs that he doesn't know how to handle. He only ever felt at home on the battlefield, and deep down he knows that that makes him a monster. He can't forget the smell of blood in his nostrils any more than he can forget the touch of a woman who is not his wife. Neither whores nor wine nor food will fill that hole. And far to the north, his loyal vassal, his comrade in arms, does what he can to raise a family, but his wife cannot rest easy either, not while another woman's child lives in her home, fathered on some stranger by her lord husband.

Last time "Happily ever after" happened, it fell apart. Because in reality, there is no end of the story. There's just a point where the author stops writing. And if he writes long enough, everyone ends up dead. Happily ever after is something that has never happened in real life. This isn't a story, it's a snapshot. There were things that happened in this world before GRRM put pen to paper in book one, and things will continue to happen after he puts his closes the book forever. We just won't get to see them.
 

Sarcasmo

A Taste Of Honey Fluff Boy
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That's silly. It's fiction. When he stops writing it all ceases to exist. It doesn't continue to happen, and nothing happened before he picked up his pen. It isn't real.

Jeez. Some people are so silly.
 

Wessels

Voting for Doc Brown in 2016
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That's silly. It's fiction. When he stops writing it all ceases to exist. It doesn't continue to happen, and nothing happened before he picked up his pen. It isn't real.

Jeez. Some people are so silly.

Ok Liam, take all the fun and romanticism out of literature. There's a whole universe contained in these books