History Trivia / GameOfThrones

28th Jan '16 7:25:38 PM sayaleviathan
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** And now with the show finally catching up with the books, Martin revealed that he's still working on the sixth book and since he already told the producers several plot points in advance, it's inevitable that Season 6 onwards would spoil several storylines. He already told fans that it's up to their discretion whether to continue watching the show or not.
17th Jan '16 9:58:47 PM ultimomant
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** Gary Lightbody from {{Snowpatrol}} cameos as a Bolton soldier singing the Bear and the Maiden Fair. ** {{Coldplay}} drummer Will Champion cameos as a drummer in the Red Wedding. ** SigurRos plays a band performing The Rains of Castamere at Joffrey's wedding.
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** Gary Lightbody from {{Snowpatrol}} Music/{{Snowpatrol}} cameos as a Bolton soldier singing the Bear and the Maiden Fair. ** {{Coldplay}} Music/{{Coldplay}} drummer Will Champion cameos as a drummer in the Red Wedding. ** SigurRos Music/SigurRos plays a band performing The Rains of Castamere at Joffrey's wedding.
3rd Jan '16 9:54:47 AM captainmarkle
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* ReferencedBy: The show has been referenced many times by other works since its 2011 debut: ** Ben Wyatt from ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' is a massive fan of the show and seems borderline obsessed with it. Donna Meagle, one of his coworkers, likes it to a lesser extent and is a little bemused that Anne Perkins doesn't get her references. ** In ''Series/TheFlash2014'', Mason Bridge makes a brief reference to the Dothraki language, comparing it to {{Technobabble}} from his perspective. ** LetsPlay/HatFilms routinely make jokes about Jon Snow and the pronunciation of his name. ** LetsPlay/{{Sjin}} is a huge fan of the show and routinely makes references to it, most prominently in his ''Chivalry'' series.
2nd Jan '16 6:12:41 PM nombretomado
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** [[Film/{{Braveheart}} Hamish Campbell's dad]]/[[SonsOfAnarchy Father Kellen Ashby]] is Jeor Mormont.
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** [[Film/{{Braveheart}} Hamish Campbell's dad]]/[[SonsOfAnarchy dad]]/[[Series/SonsOfAnarchy Father Kellen Ashby]] is Jeor Mormont.

** Magister [[{{Spooks}} Paul Millington]], [[Series/TheThickOfIt Shadow Minister for Social Affairs and Citizenship]] (a.k.a. [[Film/VForVendetta the Voice of London]]) is living in Pentos under the name "Illyrio Mopatis".
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** Magister [[{{Spooks}} [[Series/{{Spooks}} Paul Millington]], [[Series/TheThickOfIt Shadow Minister for Social Affairs and Citizenship]] (a.k.a. [[Film/VForVendetta the Voice of London]]) is living in Pentos under the name "Illyrio Mopatis".
2nd Jan '16 11:53:49 AM luisedgarf
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** In the Japanese dub, Creator/NobunagaShimazaki normally voices heroic characters or the NiceGuy. In this show, he voices '''[[EvilPrince Joffrey Baratheon]]'''.
26th Dec '15 9:38:29 PM Pren
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** When Jeyne Westerling was still in the show, she was made a battlefield nurse to make a more budget-friendly adaptation of her and Robb's meeting from the books where she nurses him after he's wounded in battle. Then she was changed to the separate character Talisa Maegyr and the producers opted to make it a more generic romance, but it was too late to change her from being a nurse, so they had to come up with an explanation for why a Volantene noble would be doing this kind of grunge work despite that it didn't even serve any story purpose.
7th Dec '15 9:18:24 AM TrollBrutal
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** Conan Stevens only had one appearance as Gregor Clegane in the first season before leaving the series to appear as Azog the Pale Orc in ''Film/TheHobbit''. He's replaced by former basketball player Ian Whyte in the second season. Apart from their height, the two actors look nothing alike, not to mention that Stevens is quite husky, while Whyte is much thinner. Quite a few people seem to have missed the fact that he was supposed to be the Mountain. The Mountain gets recast again in Season 4, where he is played by Icelandic bodybuilder, ‎Haf■ˇr J˙lÝus Bj÷rnsson (who is considered to ''at least'' be superior to Whyte, and generally a strong substitute for Stevens).
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** Conan Stevens only had one appearance as Gregor Clegane in the first season before leaving the series to appear as Azog the Pale Orc in ''Film/TheHobbit''. He's replaced by former basketball player Ian Whyte in the second season. Apart from their height, the two actors look nothing alike, not to mention that Stevens is quite husky, while Whyte is much thinner. Quite a few people seem to have missed the fact that he was supposed to be the Mountain. The Mountain gets recast again in Season 4, where he is played by Icelandic bodybuilder, ‎Haf■ˇr strongman, Hafthˇr J˙lÝus Bj÷rnsson (who is considered to ''at least'' be superior to Whyte, and generally a strong substitute for Stevens).
7th Dec '15 7:44:55 AM Ultimatum
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** Conan Stevens only had one appearance as Gregor Clegane in the first season before leaving the series to appear as Azog the Pale Orc in ''Film/TheHobbit''. He's replaced by former basketball player Ian Whyte in the second season. Apart from their height, the two actors look nothing alike, not to mention that Stevens is quite husky, while Whyte is much thinner. Quite a few people seem to have missed the fact that he was supposed to be the Mountain. The Mountain gets recast again in Season 4, where he is played by Icelandic bodybuilder, Haf■ˇr ´┐ŻThor´┐Ż Bj÷rnsson (who is considered to ''at least'' be superior to Whyte, and generally a strong substitute for Stevens).
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** Conan Stevens only had one appearance as Gregor Clegane in the first season before leaving the series to appear as Azog the Pale Orc in ''Film/TheHobbit''. He's replaced by former basketball player Ian Whyte in the second season. Apart from their height, the two actors look nothing alike, not to mention that Stevens is quite husky, while Whyte is much thinner. Quite a few people seem to have missed the fact that he was supposed to be the Mountain. The Mountain gets recast again in Season 4, where he is played by Icelandic bodybuilder, Haf■ˇr ´┐ŻThor´┐Ż ‎Haf■ˇr J˙lÝus Bj÷rnsson (who is considered to ''at least'' be superior to Whyte, and generally a strong substitute for Stevens).
5th Dec '15 10:07:00 AM Morgenthaler
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** One of Oberyn's daughters (the ActionGirl, apparently) is [[TheNativityStory Mary]] [[RevengeOfTheSith Queen of Naboo]]. On a different note, she's also quite good at helping out [[Film/WhaleRider beached whales]].
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** One of Oberyn's daughters (the ActionGirl, apparently) is [[TheNativityStory Mary]] Mary [[RevengeOfTheSith Queen of Naboo]]. On a different note, she's also quite good at helping out [[Film/WhaleRider beached whales]].
1st Dec '15 4:20:57 PM WarriorsGate
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** The "waif" serving as Arya's senior in Faceless-Man training was also [[DoctorWho the Doctor's]] Christmas Special companion [[Recap/DoctorWho2014CSLastChristmas Shona]]. Notably, Shona's to-do list in the special included a ''Game of Thrones'' marathon.
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** The "waif" serving After trying out radical feminism and going goth, [[Series/FreshMeat Candice]] is apparently giving the Red God a go as Arya's senior in Faceless-Man training "the waif". She was also [[DoctorWho the Doctor's]] Christmas Special companion [[Recap/DoctorWho2014CSLastChristmas Shona]]. Notably, Shona's Shona]] (in which her to-do list in the special included a ''Game of Thrones'' marathon.)
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