In days of old, referring to someone as a “viral sensation” could more of less connote some sort of VD, but with the Conways it takes on a new meaning.
Whether it’s Frank's liver, Doug’s cold heart, Dunbar’s sound mind, or Claire’s beautiful lips, Chapter 45 of House of Cards shows us many of the characters being tested to the absolute limits.
In Chapter 44 of House of Cards, fever dreams tickle the conscience of the king while the world on the outside keeps on spinning.
Chapter 43 of House of Cards is all about math. Math and bullets.
House of Cards Chapter 42 is a veritable showdown between Frank and Claire over who is the strongest Underwood.
The phrase “If you love something let it go" takes on new meaning in Chapter 41 of House of Cards.
House of Cards returns and things have some how become even more rotten in the District of Columbia.
Is there a better way to spend this holiday weekend than watching a depressing HBO episode about dysfunctional people and their crumbling lives? HAHA, breakups are hilarious!
To celebrate the release of Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season on February 17, we're offering our readers the chance to win Game of Thrones seasons 1-4 on Blu-ray!
Doing justice to its title, the Game of Thrones season finale passes the torch to the next generation of throne-gamers: “The Children” have finally ascended to vitally important roles, no longer playing the victims to the machinations of their parents. Happy Father’s Day!
“The Mountain and the Viper” is about history. Some people dwell on the past and worry, others look back and find identity. One specifically unfortunate man has allowed his past to fester, making him prone to a mind-crushing lust for vengeance.
This week’s Game of Thrones has a lot to say about the promises we make (and break) in order to assert our identities. It also has a lot to show off in terms of how babies get made.
Douche Ranking "The Lion and The Rose." Where Game of Thrones characters are ranked on the patented (patent pending) Dork Shelf douche-awesome scale, wherein douchiness is measured in Joffreys and awesomeness is measured in mother$&#@ing dragons.
[View the story “Boo Hoo King Joffrey” on Storify]
“The Lion and the Rose” makes it through the treacherous woods of first act exposition - in the first half, no less - and then celebrates by throwing viewers a party that no one is going to forget anytime soon.