The best of the internet: Game of Thrones S4

I am a self-confessed Game of Thrones nerd, or as the succinct John Bender would put it: “neomaxizoomdweebie.”

In addition to reading the books and watching the show, I have grown to love fans’ internet reactions to it. I have combed the net to find the best Game of Thrones fan stuff. These people internet good.


Back again with a whole host of new impressions, the extremely great Steve Love.


This season I have been happy to note that Littlefinger is more of a big player thanks to his seemingly endless bag of tricks. This has garnered him much popularity with Tumblrs popping up like whores in Flea Bottom.

mywaterway: scampea: Poor Sansa. Lucky Sansa!

seeyouintheacidbath: That moment when asked to give his character some advice, Aidan inadvertently creates the words for House Baelish. "Keep shady."

Why we love Petyr Baelish

why-we-love-petyr-baelish: 71. Because he doesn’t take Cersei seriously. Submitted by Anonymous

why-we-love-petyr-baelish: 67. Because of his fabulous undercut. Before it was cool.  Submitted by

The cast being awesome


Bad lip reading

Honest trailer

Reactions to episodes

Uproxx has done a stellar recap after each episode and compiled all the best reactions on the internet with “Game of Lulz”.


My favourite.

Lena Headey and Pedro Pascal

Guys, it’s very possible to want to be in a 3-way relationship.

Lannister and Martell peace treaty passed.


Lena Headey’s Instagram


Jonah Takalua: everyone’s favourite degenerate is back.


After Summer Heights High in 2007, everyone was itching to see what new borderline insane characters Chris Lilley was going to unleash onto the world. His next offering, Angry Boys, called back Dan and Nathan from We Can Be Heroes and introduced us to Gran and the ultimate stage mom, Jen Okazaki.

Last year, fans of SHH freaked out because they got a full season of Ja’mie King, the private school sociopath, in Private School Girl.

Jonah Takalua, the Polynesian miscreant from SHH, will have his own turn with Jonah From Tonga.

May 4 is the date set for Jonah to return, with all six episodes streaming as a set. I think Mr G speaks for all our excitement.


5 reasons why Broad City is on my must-watch list

If you haven’t already, please do check out this awesome series created and written by two New York comedians, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer. The show was picked up by Comedy Central and has Amy Poehler as exec producer, so you know it’s got the golden-girl-power stamp of approval.

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Broad City focusses on semi-fictional characters, Abbi and Ilana, two BFFs who manage their way through life’s mishaps with food, weed, friendship and censor-free emotions. These two are less existential than the girls on Girls, meaning they’re more fun. They have their crises, yet instead of reacting by holing up in a flat by themselves with Bon Iver music or going off the deep end, they skip to eating junk and laughing about their situation or try to fix it, with intended hilarity; this MO makes them a hell of a lot more relatable and less depressing.  Ilana and Abbi are perfectly complemented by the rest of the cast, including disgusting human and room-mate, Bevers (John Gemberling); endearing gay friend,  Jaimé (Arturo Castro); and Ilana’s paramour who just wants to be her boyfriend, Lincoln (the hilarious Hannibal Buress. Where has this guy been hiding? A mine? Because he is gold).

1 Lines like these

2 Cameo by Leslie Knope in full bitch-mode

3 An awesome soundtrack


4 A great secondary cast

5 This scene

All you need is their version of Drake’s “Started from the Bottom” to get yourself into FULL addiction mode. Love the shout out to Missy Elliot’s “The Rain (Super Dupa Fly)” music video.

And it has been picked up for season 2. Yay.
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