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The scene in question, which appeared in season six of the show and not in the book, set the PC community ablaze with outrage. It's been criticized as being aired for sheer shock value, and for having no narrative value. People are straight up pissed.

George R.R. Martin approves of the producers decision to air the scene, and told the press his novels were written with the intent to portray the unfettered brutality employed with acts of rape as a means to get what one wanted throughout ancient European history.

This is a dark show and fans need to consider toning down their violent reactions.

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Check out the teaser for HBO's newest series, premiering in 2016, Westworld. Based on the 1970's sci-fi flick written and directed by author Michael Crichton, Westworld is about a theme park populated with lifelike animatronics that come to life and begin killing the patrons. It's like Jurassic Park but with robot cowboys.

The new teaser for the HBO adaptation seems to lean heavily on themes of reality and consciousness, as we can all guess that 'Dolores' is probably a robot who thinks she a human cough cough Blade Runner cough cough.

Let's just hope HBO can be as cool as this:


Anna Kendrick, wonderful person, said what a vast many have thought regarding the issues surrounding Game of Thrones and nudity.

To her 3 million followers, she pointed out the glaring omission that plagues the show, which just entered its fifth season.

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