In the Game of Peasants, everything’s just kinda meh.
The Internet loves imagining Disney Princesses in other fantasy universes — Star Wars, the Marvel Universe, Doctor Who, and, yes, Game of Thrones. But what if the beloved animated Princesses actually were on Game of Thrones? The real question isn’t who they would be or what they would do in Westeros, it’s "how long they would survive before getting axed by the trigger-happy George R.R. Martin?"
In honor of the Season 4 Finale, we’ve taken a good, hard look at the pantheon of Disney Princesses, and estimated how long they could stick it on the show before getting Ned Stark’d:
We’re looking at you Game of Thrones fans.
The stars of your favorite TV shows teach you how not to ruin them for your friends.
Our new favorite Game of Thrones character is YOU!
We all know one. Just maybe not this bad.
Ain’t nothin’ but a GoT thang, baby.
Dick Wolf? Sounds like a member of the Night’s Watch.
John Oliver Holds a Statistically Representative Climate Change Debate
"If there has to be a debate about the reality of climate change — and there doesn’t — then there is only one mathematically fair way to do it." On Last Week, John Oliver brought on Bill Nye (of course) and 96 other scientists to debate 3 climate change skeptics, because news shows shouldn’t give the impression that this is, scientifically, a 50/50 issue.
Your body, your choice.
Red Wedding or Purple Wedding, you definitely don’t want a Game of Thrones wedding. Warning: this video contains spoilers about the last episode!