Latin night means salsa, hold the chips.
History intrudes yet again, with tragic results.
Winning the Iron Throne is the Targaryens’ and Lannisters’ and Baratheons’ and Starks’ problem. But Westeros’ problem is that it’s had a lot of really crappy kings.
The ghost of Justin Bieber also made an appearance on last night’s DWTS
Who needs a shirt when Stevie Wonder is playing?
Why is fire so important in Game of Thrones? Because it’s like magic: a means through which something material becomes intangible. Also, it’s freaking awesome.
Love, and respect, and ketchup, and sex, now for sale at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
How are DWTS and The Highlander alike? There can be only one (comedian)
Finishing at the bottom, the usual suspects
It’s not just about swords or dragons. Last night’s Game of Thrones showed that in Westeros as in our world, money has great power—and has its limits.
Our heroes learn to be more careful what they wish for.
Andy Dick, Victor Ortiz and Lisa Vanderpump were all in the Bottom Three. Again.
A new leader is crowned. And it’s not Lisa Vanderpump