Written by: Brandon Freeberg & Charlie Norwood

Game Of F****n' Thrones is back, y'all! It's been so long it seemed like the day would never come and we were starting to feel a little bit like Tyrion waiting to hear "I love you" from his Lord Father. Well, we made it and without further ado, we present our recap from the Season 2 premiere of HBO's Game of Thrones. SPOILER ALERT: We kinda loved and hated it. Read More...

Written by: Brandon Freeberg & Charlie Norwood

Well we've finally made it: Game Of Thrones Season 2 starts tonight. Supposedly! It is April Fools Day after all and we do know how much George R. R. Martin is a fan of the 'LULZ' so who knows what we'll actually get at 9pm; our fingers are crossed for 'Entourage Season 12: The Turtle Chronicles'. (But maybe that's just us.) Anyway, assuming our dreams do come true this weekend and we get to see the first episode of the new season, here's a fun ol' game you and your friends can partake in to make the night more enjoyable... for the night is dark and full of terrors.

The rules are the easiest: Any time something on the below list happens, y'all take a drink. Occasionally you'll be finishing whatever's left in your chalice. You should probably run through the list before hand so you don't miss anything and end up being called a pu**y by the rest of the Frat because you weren't drinking when you should be.

So grab your pitcher of iced tea, or Arnie Palmer it up if you're feeling crazy! And drink along with us as we watch Game Of Thrones.

Take a drink when:
Someone mentions 'Winter'
Someone says "The King in the North"
Someone mentions or engages in incest.
Anyone has sex. Finish your drink: If it's 'doggystyle'.
Boobs! (AKA Tittays AKA Wizards)
Someone drinks Dream Wine. Finish your drink: Someone downs Milk of the Poppy
"My Lord Father" is spoken.
Someone says "Bastard".
2 Drinks whenever someone says "The Twins".
Anytime you see Wildfire.
If we're North of the Wall, warm up with a drink.
"A Lannister always pays his debts" is uttered.
Anyone says "Game of Thrones".
Finish your drink: A major/minor character (like you know their name) is killed or dies.

Character specific triggers:
Tyrion takes a drink, you take a drink.
Joffrey snaps at someone/thing.
Davos touches his neck pouch (this will make sense, trust us).
Melisandre mentions 'the darkness'.
Camera holds on Jon Snow staring off into the distance.
Samwell Tarly acts or is described as 'craven'.
Hodor says "Hodor".
The Hound acts creepy towards Sansa.
A Dire Wolf kills someone.
Brienne gets made fun of for being 'homely'.
Arya is referred to as a boy.
Daenerys ignores Jorah's advice.
One of Dany's dragon's breathes fire.
Finish your drink: A dragon kills someone.
The Great John raises his voice.
Tyrion makes a witty retort
Tyrion visits a brothel
Catelyn misses Ned.
You're creeped out by Lysa Arryn and her son.
Varys mentions his 'little birds'.
Sansa cries.
Cersei clashes with Tyrion.

We'll be adding to and updating 'Get Your Dream Wine On' as the season progresses but we think this a pretty good list to start with. We'll see you Monday afternoon after our Arizona Tall Boy hangover subsides.

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As usual, let's start things off with ****SPOILER ALERT****!!!!

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Weirwood tree Grandpa was a great touch.

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Congratulations are in order for Matt Groening and his staff for really knocking this one out of the park.

Written by: Brandon Freeberg & Charlie Norwood

Before we say anything, just shut up and watch this:

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Designed to re-theme the game around the most recent novel, A Dance With Dragons, this expansion is being used to spark interest in the weekend event by announcing it in this manner and promising attendees a sneak peek. In fact, all pre-registered attendees will walk away with a free copy of this new 42-card deck and modified rules set. Those who can't make the trip will have to wait until later in the year when this A Dance With Dragons deck will become available as part of Fantasy Flight's Print on Demand expansion program.

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Written by: Brandon Freeberg & Charlie Norwood

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