Dany’s army is getting bigger than ever, the kingdom’s moving past Joff, and Cersei’s becoming as much of a drunk as her late husband in “Oathkeeper.”
(Unfortunately no Oberyn, Tywin, Arya, or the Hound.)
So my buddy N asked if I wanted to see Sutton Foster on Broadway for $25. “Twist my arm!” I said. But seriously, considering that I recently paid $18.50 to watch Darren Aronofsky’s least-personal work, this seemed like a great deal.
Plus, I will jump at any excuse to eat at Schnipper’s and then stop by Off the Wall, some fro-yo place I’ve never heard of but was pretty good. Anyway, here are some things I’ve observed from Sutton Foster’s latest:
Everybody loves a royal wedding, right? Plus, after last season’s super boring, bare-bones ceremony between Robb and Talisa, I want some pomp and circumstance during this much-anticipated union between Joffrey and Margaery.
Oh, and did “The Lion and the Rose” ever deliver…
Happy weekend! Mine is already off to a great start: tons of sunshine, lots of coffee, and fresh-smelling laundry.
Weekends mean another thing: new episodes of Game of Thrones! Before that, though, let’s take a look at one of my favorite characters, Tywin Lannister—whom I kind of feel like I’m supposed to hate, but can’t help but totally respect—and why he totally rocks.
OMG. Game of Thrones is finally back!
Admittedly, whenever a new season of any show starts up again, I find it difficult to remember what the hell actually happened. Luckily, for the past few weeks, HBO has been rerunning three episodes per night to catch viewers up. Then they marathoned all three seasons a few times over this past weekend.
Basically, I’ve been watching a LOT of Game of Thrones. Plus I’ve been rereading the books. I was so g.d. excited for season premiere “Two Swords,” which may has well been titled “Everybody Hates the Lannisters.”