Prepare for a massive death tally in season four of GAME OF THRONES

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I may not watch Game of Thrones often, but when I do, heads roll. That, and some freaky lady ejecting pure evil from her nethers. Damn show! With season three shocking everyone who has yet to read the books with the infamous red wedding scene, a moment that was most likely accompanied by a friend with a massive smirk on their face because they knew what was coming, you’d think that no toher death scene could top that.

Well I’ve got some bad news waiting for you. Read on at your own peril.

Evidently Jon Snow does know something, as actor Kit Harrington spoke to Access Hollywood, and had something to say about the upcoming need for more bodybags in season four:

It doesn’t get any easier this season, it’s quite a high octane, action packed one…. More deaths this season than any other! I can’t tell you who dies. You’d think they’d tone the deaths down, but they don’t. They’ve realized that’s a successful option, so they’re just killing more people than we’ve ever killed.

Having not read the books, this should be good news for anyone who wants a few surprises in store for the show when it returns. I recommend avoiding your pals who have read the books, because they’ll most likely be dropping subtle hints the whole time. And you just know when they smirk, that something bad is about to go down.

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Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go play some Simply Red music at a wedding for some of my pals who happen to be big fans of Game of Thrones.


Last Updated: September 30, 2013

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