‘Game of Thrones’ Accidentally Kills Off Every Character
HBO’s hit show Game of Thrones was put on hiatus midway through the second season, after every major character died during Sunday night’s episode.
Producers met in West Los Angeles this morning to discuss what to do with the cast-less series they’ve spent over $100 million on to build up a loyal following.
The show, based upon George R. R. Martin’s cycle of novels about seven noble families fighting for control of a mythical land, had been staying fairly true to the books until recently.
“It creates a buzz every time a character is killed, so I guess we got a little carried away,” admitted Thrones scribe Jane Espenson. “Unfortunately, all we’ve got left to work with now are a few baby dragons and a cloud of Melisandre’s murderous, black vagina smoke.”
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