It's reached the status where you don't understand references that otherwise sound insulting and ridiculous out of context. "Oh, you didn't get it? It's from game ..." ... me: "Who the hell cares? Holy shit do you even read what you write?"
I worked in a call center once, and some guy would call in all day and keep flooding us with BS from "Stranger Things." So, no. Fk that show, fk every other show, and fk stupid people who ram their show down everyone's throat. Keep it in between your friends or circle, or whatever. Not everyone needs to watch every fking show to get the stupid references.
Agreed, and that's fine for the internet, but it bleeds into real life way too much. Then instead of realizing they fked up, they double down and either explain it, or tell me to watch the show. How about no. It's basically viral advertising, fk that.
2 ups, 4y,
Totally agree, on here's fine it's all for fun, but bloody hell, give at a rest in the "real" world!
Yeah, Sean Bean dies in this one too. And he was one of the reasons I started watching it. And I liked the synopsis about the Night's Watch and the ancient evil beyond the wall. However little was shown about the Night's Watch and the White Walkers. A few minutes at the beginning, enough to get me hooked, and that was it. Then Sean Bean's character "Ned" was killed and I wanted to see his son avenge his death. ..... That didn't work either.
I agree with what some others said, they need more action scenes. I guess I should be specific, by action I mean fight scenes. If they can include as many sex scenes as they do, they can have a lot more fight scenes. With that being said, Sandor (The Hound) Clegane is my favorite character.