SpoilerShe was speaking with Jaime while he was negotiating certain things and he wouldn't let her marry for another 2 years because he didn't want anyone to think Robb had fathered any children. Something like that. That book really wasn't on par with the first three IMO.
I'm also wonder what they'll do next season withSpoilerwhat happens between Tyrion and Shae at the end of the third book. In the show their relationship has a little more depth and substance whereas in the books Shae is just a whore. That's something that I would think they really can't change because that's a huge part of the story and part of the reason why he is where he is now in the fifth book.
Last edited by COphinphan89; 05-13-2013 at 01:02 AM.
About damn time...
Because I'm such a Kiefer fan, I started watching Touch. It's an awful show, but I'm a completist so I was stuck with it. Thank God it got cancelled. I couldn't take much more. The wait BETTER be worth it.Kiefer Sutherland Signs On For More ’24′, New Limited Series Is A Go At Fox
Jack Bauer is back! I’ve learned that, after marathon negotiations, Kiefer Sutherland has closed a deal for a new installment of 24 on Fox. With him on board, I hear Fox has greenlighted the real-time drama as a limited series and will announce it during its upfront presentation today. The continuation is a brain child of longtime 24 showrunner Howard Gordon, now executive producer of Showtime’s Homeland. His 20th Century Fox TV-based Teakwood Lane will co-produce the new 24 alongside original series producers Imagine TV and 20th TV, with Imagine’s Brian Grazer returning as executive producer. This will mark Fox’s second event series under the network’s push into that arena, joining the just-greenlighted M. Night Shyamalan’s Wayward Pines starring Matt Dillon.
Thanks alot. We missed out on the 24 movie for that Touch bullsh*t? Ugh.Part of the reason why the 24 movie was killed was due to Kiefer Sutherland being busy with his show Touch.