In case you need reminding that the villains, schemers and cold-blooded killers of Game of Thrones are human after all, HBO have released a new season four blooper reel showing the above – plus the Red Viper, Worm, and Jamie the Kingslayer – fluffing their lines, cracking up and falling down stairs.
Even the terrifying Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance) isn't immune.
The highly entertaining – but all too short – reel is designed to whet our appetite for season five of George RR Martin's enormously successful fantasy series, which will hold its world premiere at the Tower of London on March 18, ahead of the first episode of season five hitting TV screens on April 12 (April 13 in the UK).
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is an American television game show that pits newly-married couples against each other in a series of revealing question rounds to determine how well the spouses know (or don't know) each other.
You might try contacting the Paley Center for Media or the UCLA Film and Television Archive. We only have oral history interviews in our collection - we don't have any episodes of television.When introducing the couples my father discovered for the first time that my mother had reserved a wedding date at her favorite church six months before they met. Mom still uses the Hoover vacuum cleaner they won as a consolation prize for coming in second place. Another recently wed couple had tried out for the show and coached my parents on what the test questions would be during the audition, which was set up like the show itself. Naturally, the emcee-talent-spotter asked the origin of the pet name, to which Mom casually responded, "oh, you know, like Harry 'Ass' Truman." They got the nod.Dad didn't help anything when answering the following question: Bob: "If your Mother-In-Law could dive into a pool full of anything she wanted, what would it be? Part of their winnings were used to fund a vacation to Hawaii, where I was conceived. When the Bob Eubanks clone asked my mother if she had any pet names for her husband, she responded "Truman". No doubt the "in the ass" people had a similarly spectacular audition. This was the golden era of the game show, as hosts with tinted eyeglasses and bushy sideburns held oddly thin microphones on twinkling stages.Everyday guests mingled with celebrities, both wearing fly collars.