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Rule of the Seven Kingdoms might ultimately boil down to Daenerys vs. Sansa, which would put Tyrion in an awkward position, especially since Sansa is still his legal wife. Even though their marriage was never consummated does not make it less lawful and I don't recall any steps taken that would set that union aside. Did I miss something? Because if I didn't, then Sansa is not legally married to Ramsey Snow.

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@ ebau

Bailish speaking with Roose Bolton "The marriage was never consummated... by the laws of the land I assure you she is no mans wife"... maybe the North does things differently?!?! Not sure.

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@ -Sn

Okay. Thanks for clarifying.

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@ ebau

Not consummated = not legal anymore

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Forever Season 1 Episode 22 Review: The Last Death of Henry Morgan

amazing show,...wake up ABC,..give us the second!!.

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It was a very bland season and I was first let down with the very mediocre wedding. I sometimes feel like Stana and Nathan dont get along. Booth and Bones have more chemistry than them and this says alot. They dont go out on dates, their lives look so dull. The premise of this show was Castle and Beckett but there is no fun anymore

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Battle Creek Series Finale Review: Sympathy for the Devil

I'll never understand the dependence on the younger viewer -- those of us who are older and presumably wiser, and have more discretionary dollars than the younger set don't matter any more. I hate being "out of the demo," especially at the expense of good programming like Battle Creek.

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@ badadbabe

On the upside of that point, while it annoys me that my opinions no longer matter, since I am so ancient that they consider I must be buying nothing (they would be wrong on that), every time one of the networks puts on more tripe for the young, or reality garbage with obnoxious persons competing for prizes, I am gifted with yet another hour weekly of my life which I can use for more worthwhile pursuits, like gardening, or watching the baby quail in the yard of my new house, reading a book, or visiting with friends. The more garbage there is on television, the less reason there is to waste any more of my life watching it. So, while it really bothers me when a fine program dies an early death, I figure it is just more of the "Firefly" syndrome. Networks are often staffed by fools. CBS just proved that yet again.

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I find Sansa to be the Lori Grimes of the series; a colossal yawn and useless. It sucks the air right out of the room when the focus is on her story. And they've spent far too much time on the Boltons, father and son. I hope their deaths are epic. I'm so glad they've started moving the story along again with this episode; it was starting to get bogged down.

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I had no idea it was the series finale until today. Drat! I really liked this show, including the opening credits. They were done so creatively and the various points around the city were fun to watch. What more can I say? Hmm, oh, yeah, Dean Winters is MAYHEM? He looked familiar but I thought I'd checked online & it wasn't him. Guess I must have done it the same night I was sleepwalking! Those are some of my favorite TV commercials; he's a hoot. He's also a fine actor and I enjoyed Russ a lot. As for Josh Duhamel, well he really is more than just a pretty face, isn't he! Nuts! Maybe Netflix will seriously consider bringing it back if it hears from enough fans. Hope so.

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Days of Our Lives Round Table: What Should Paige Do Now?

Paige should leave and come in six months with new man.jj is such a liar will suffer.Eve meanwhile gets some pprofessional help quick.

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The entire premise of this show revolved around nerd culture. Men and women who were extremely brilliant and rejected by society. They developed an entire subculture as a result and the show created a juxtaposition between this 'nerd world' and the rest of mainstream society. The characters now seem like any other people you'd find in any upscale, Los Angeles suburb. The reason Leonard and Penny's relationship was so interesting to viewers was that the outcast nerd, which many men can identify with, finally got the 'hot chick' of his dreams. Leonard is now more mainstream and the 'hot chick' is no longer hot. It's completely within the realm of possibility for a scientist to meet with a butched-out pharmaceutical rep. What's hilarious about that situation? There should be far more conflict with real issues so-called 'nerds' face when interacting with the mainstream. Melissa Rauch, while insanely cute and funny, is not a proper match for Howard. His on-and-off spats with Leslie Winkel were more appropriate and a better prop for comedy. And this doesn't even BEGIN to cover Raj's territory. Self-esteem issues gone, selective mutism gone, still wealthy and has a hot girlfriend. And he's a published astrophysicist who was on the cover of a magazine. How is ANY of that food for comedy? I give this one more season before the network pulls the plug. If the fans haven't already.

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If only the network executives would realize that people over 49 have more discretionary income than 20 somethings. We shop, buy products and support sponsors. The fact that Battle Creek and Forever had an older demographic is not a bad thing. Reality shows are so much cheaper to make because they don't have to pay for scripts or actor salaries so networks use the older viewer excuse to cancel higher costing programs in favor of low budget nonsense. Thank goodness for cable.

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17 Beguiling Ball Gowns

missing Mr. Elijah Mikaelson and his amazing suits