I hope they make sense to you, because I don't really know what's going on!
Here's the Black Knight and Game of Thrones mash-up you've been waiting for.
Besides STDs and flatulence, we also got the answers to some burning questions we've had since we first started watching the series.
"Stupid people watch stupid movie," said my father.
There are some new photos from the popular show's set so we are putting them on the internet.
We caught up with the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt rising star and celebrity wine seller to talk about pinot, politics, and Lemonade.
Probably best to consider it a non-canonical conversation.
Also: Is there an unexpected sexy-time side-plot between Brienne and Tormund in the wings?
After enduring five seasons of marital rapes, walks of shames, and bo-staff beatings, the women of Game of Thrones are suddenly poised like never before.
If you're not watching it already, the six-part drama is well worth it for characters who break out of tired racial stereotype boxes and reinvent the black British experience on TV.
According to the photos, some serious plotting is going on.
Last night's episode had more dick jokes, Beckett references, drinking games, and barfing than some people's entire freshman year.
It's more than just, "Don't raise a Ramsay or Joffrey."
The new photos and trailer hint at an important battle to come.
Does this make me a bad person, a secret racist, or something even worse?
Zombies, resurrections, patricide—just your average day in Westeros.
It's gotten to point that even President Obama makes Red Wedding jokes.
@Seinfeld2000 spoke to actor John O'Hurley and the real J. Peterman about Seinfeld and their Kickstarter plans to bring Elaine's infamous "urban sombrero" to life.
Look, 'Million Pound Drop' and 'Deal or No Deal' may be the sort of television that only your great-aunt still watches, but we need them.
The new documentary Abortion: Stories Women Tell shows the difficulties involved in getting an abortion in America.
Her career is an inspiration for pretty much any woman in show business, so it's extra frustrating that she keeps making shitty jokes about Asians.
In the dark comedy TV series Flowers, Barratt plays a suicidal children's book author who's trying to find his way back to the surface.
Meet the talented freaks who will do whatever's necessary to win the 'King of the Road' competition, airing April 28 on VICELAND.
It's also going to have some new, big-name actors and plenty of familiar faces, so don't worry.