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Game of thrones memes season 5 finale sets show record.
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So much for all those people who swore they were done watching the show, June 14's season finale was watched by more people than any other episode in the show's history.

According to Moviefone :

the June 14 Episode 10, "Mother's Mercy" -- which killed off a ton of people and blinded one of our badass BFFs -- had 8.11 million viewers. That makes it the most-watched GOT episode to date. And that was even opposite the NBA Finals Game 5!

The Season 5 premiere held the record before this with just barely 8 million viewers. Episode 1, "The Wars to Come," also had a series high 4.2 rating, which is still slightly above "Mother's Mercy's" 4.1 rating. But who really cares about that, since that 18-49 demo is more important to shows that run ads. The bigger number is the overall audience, and with 8.11 million in the U.S., that's the most for HBO's dragon drama so far.


Arya Stark actor Maisie Williams was just as wrecked as you when the credits rolled on the Game of Thrones season five finale June 15.

She then took to Twitter to answer some fan questions with the honesty that she has exhibited many times before on social media.

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So, sh*t went down for serious at last night's season five finale. People, as they have been all season, are mad. 

Here's a compilation of people being angry. 

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With the tragic reality of the Mad Men finale airing only four days from now, this completely true-to-life video takes a look at what might become of those who shed this mortal coil before they can see Don Draper take his final bow.

Is it all just a dream? Will he die at the end? What will become of Peggy?

This video's unfortunate subject will never have those questions answered. Be careful everyone. Avoid streets and have others taste your food for poison over the next couple of days.


Well, they tricked us again. Promising "sad losses" in the Season 5 finale, Walking Dead fans immediately feared the worst for their favorite characters. While the finale proved tense and the character deaths featured will promise great change in Alexandria, Rick's group came through pretty unscathed.

Here's what happened to your favorites:

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This Sunday marks the end of Season 5 of The Walking Dead. Rick's group has made it to the Alexandria Safe Zone, and spent the past couple episodes adjusting to it's safe walls.

This time last season Rick's group was just entering Terminus, and we all thought someone would die. Well that didn't happen. Now that they're relatively safe, should we be expecting the worst? Here are five things we want to see on the season finale.

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