Game of Thrones

The last episode of season 6 ended up being exactly what everyone wanted. Theories were confirmed, lots of characters died, and damn near every storyline moved forward. IT! WAS! AMAZING! And Twitter lost their collective minds. (OBVIOUSLY THERE ARE SPOILERS IN THIS POST - BEWARE!)

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The quotation marks you see here are because this isn't the first time that George R.R. Martin has "joined" twitter. There are literal dozens of parody accounts and false quotes attributed to everyone's favorite character-killer, and none of them have proven to be real so far. So, until that "verified" button shows up next to George's name up there, don't get too excited. That being said, that does look an awful lot like something Martin would tweet, eh?

UPDATE: Martin's publisher, Random House, confirms that the account is indeed real. Here's to Martin having a new distraction to keep him from finishing his books!

Maisie Williams sent out a call to all her UCLA fans asking them to tweet pictures from their viewing party for Sunday's 'Game of Thrones' premiere. She hinted that there would be some special swag as a reward. Little did one surprised party know, the swag was Maisie herself... with some extra popcorn and crisps!

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