Many watchers aren't happy with the loss of Sandor Clegane AKA The Hound after last season's loss against Brienne of Tarth. While it never exactly shows his death, the character has remained absent from the aired five episodes of this fifth season.
So, those passionate few took their voices to the government's petition website Change.org, in hopes to get the attention of HBO, George R.R. Martin or anyone who could affect the shows writing. They want The Hound back.
"The fate of this character has been left up for debate in both the book series (A Song of Ice and Fire) as well as the television show (Game of Thrones), although many fans strongly believe that he still lives. As the fans, we believe that it would be an incredibly interesting story arc if he were to make a return," the petition reads. "While we understand that with so many characters, it can at times be difficult to fit another storyline in, we feel that the return of Sandor would be favorable to not only the story, but to the already impressive ratings and popularity as well."
If you have a passionate opinion about the fate of Sandor and his burnt body dashed against the rocks, maybe sign the petition and maybe your voice will be heard.
Emilia Clark, or Daenarys Targaryen as you probably know her, gave a long interview to Harper's Bazaar in which she spilled some intriguing little tidbits about what became of her dear dragon eggs.
"Apparently Jay Z bought one for Beyoncé, or something," she laughs. "I don't know." No eggs reside in the Clarke residence because "they are really, really, really expensive and they are really fucking heavy and serious works of art." Like Fabergé? "Eggs-actly! Eggs-cellent!"
Sure, if you've got the money, I guess. Might as well buy it for your spouse.
What do you think their house looks like? Do you think there are all these other random props from movies and tv shows? Did Beyoncé buy the Rocketeer's jetpack for Jay Z? Did Blue Ivy receive the Griswold's actual family Christmas tree for Christmas?
In a conversation with the New York Post Snoop Dogg AKA Snoop Lion AKA Game of Thrones fanatic, had a unique reason for continuing to watch the show as well as his musical involvement with it.
"When they asked me to do the track, I was more than honored because I'm truly a fan of the show. I would have done it for free, but they gave me some money on top of it, so I was like, "F - - k it, let's do it!" I watch it for historic reasons, to try to understand what this world was based on before I got here. I like to know how we got from there, to here, and the similarities between then and now.
Then, the Post asked him what parallels he found between present life and the show. Snoop responded, "That kings still rule and a b*tch f - - ked everything up, in every situation."