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Do spoilers (GOT) about fictional royal intrigues really matter?
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: July 16, 2017 06:06PM
Of course, people get overly excited if they hear spoilers for Game Of Thrones. Personally, if I have a hint as to what's coming, I can see how they pull it off (one of the really good things about better quality drama).

So, here's my 'Royal Intrigue - It's nothing but a Game of Thrones Anyway' spoiler tidbit:

The Duke of Gloucester having been accused of treason, blinded, and turned out to wander the countryside, ends up being led by his disguised son, Edgar, toward the city of Dover. The despairing Gloucester tries to commit suicide, but Edgar saves him by pulling the strange trick of leading him off an imaginary cliff.
HOW ABOUT THEM APPLES!
-Spoiler from King Lear December 26th, 1606.


King Lear
(Hey, wait a second isn't he that High Sparrow guy?
Isn't he already dead?)
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Re: Do spoilers (GOT) about fictional royal intrigues really matter?
Posted by: cbelt3
Date: July 17, 2017 08:39AM
People that enjoy a program prefer to see the story unfold with events intact. It does really spoil the enjoyment.

Heck. finding out that the Titanic sank upset a lot of people when they watched the movie ! shiner smiley
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Re: Do spoilers (GOT) about fictional royal intrigues really matter?
Posted by: rz
Date: July 17, 2017 09:01AM
We've finally got it through to our 9 year old that spoilers (whether it's movies, gifts, etc) are not appreciated.
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