Goats Singing 'Game Of Thrones' Theme: Bucket List Satisfied

Goodbye, cool world. What better way to close out the week than by sharing a video of goats scream-singing the Game of Thrones theme just like you and your buddies did while hammered earlier this week. Jeez, guys. On a Tuesday?

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'The Simpsons' Goes 'Game Of Thrones' (Video)

'The Simpsons' is awesome again, if only for a moment. With the second season premiere of Game of Thrones just four weeks away, our withdrawal is baying inside of us. We want it now and The Simpsons isn't doing anything to quell that hunger. Posted here is the entire intro to last night's episode that sends up the animation style used in Game of Thrones' opening credits. However, instead we travel to the "kingdoms" of Springfield. If only the entire episode parodied Game of Thrones. It would be The Simpsons first talked about show in eight years. Always good to see the monorail getting some use.


HBO Gets Medieval With 'Game Of Thrones' Trailer

"Then it's agreed. We're going to do a show based on "Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament." The first non-teaser trailer for "Game of Thrones" is up, and it looks exactly like HBO had a development meeting and the executives walked away saying, "Then it's agreed. We're going to do a show based on "Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament." The trailer focuses far more on the setting and period of the show than it does on the intricacies of the plot, which isn't much of a criticism, seeing as how this is the first real look at a show that is still seven weeks away from premiering, but it's doubtful that casual HBO viewers will be left salivating after this look. A dude gets beheaded, guys joust, a midget runs, and a few people have unnaturally blonde hair. Those are the big takeaways from the attached video. HBO may assume (perhaps rightfully) that people will ascertain the plot after watching the first episode, which many will simply because, hey, it's a new HBO series. (Warming Glow)


'Game Of Thrones' Bad Lip Reading Is The Only Thing Good In This Cold, Dark World

Jazz hands makes everything better. This lipdub from Bad Lip Reading takes Game of Thrones footage and creates a fake trailer for Medieval Land Fun-Time World, a zany Caddyshack-esque comedy in which “theme park manager Eddie Stark has one week to whip his lackluster group of employees into shape before the park’s grand opening.” Whatever you do, don't call it a Renaissance Faire and don't eat the burgers.  


'Game Of Thrones' Most Extreme Moments Supercut Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Don't even try to watch this if you take heart medicine. Game of Thrones is well-known for being one of television's most gnarly shows. When you have a crown like that to protect, you've gotta keep upping the ante and taking things to the extreme. So, with the series back for it's fourth (and perhaps most gnarly season to date) we'd like to share this supercut of Game of Thrones' most extreme moments. Don't even try to watch this if you take heart medicine.


Thank The Lord For This 25-Minute "Game Of Thrones' Recap Video

Something about the complex nature of Game of Thrones plus an inability to comprehend much of anything on Sunday nights has left many with no idea what's going on heading into the GoT premiere this weekend. Lots of stuff going on. Stuff that I can't spoil, but this video sure can. So take a look (a 25-minute look, but that's still better than re-watching the series because you were on your iPad the whole time it aired) and get up to speed for the big premiere. Historically the show doesn't show much mercy to those who can't keep up, so use everything at your disposal.