Game of Thrones 706--Be aware that there are defective versions. From the HBO logo to the eye opening is 108:40 in the later posts (of total length 109.59, 111:28, 112:22); for the leaks and others whose total length is 106:01 and 107:07 (the FLEET), the same logo to eye is only 105:55--almost three minutes shorter! Does anyone know whether time compression or actual cutting is involved? THANK YOU to the later poster for the correct version.
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in reply to Kyndryd, that wouldnot have worked, the white walkers are not weak to fire, infact they directy counter effect it, its only the zombie mindless army that is hurt by fire. The white walkers weakness have only been shown to be dragonglass and valyrian steel so far, but im pretty sure there's dragonglass in valyrian steel, although it hasnt been confirmed yet. Also after seeing 1 white walker throw, take out a dragon, why would you give him chance to do the same to another?
This website is excellent, so when someone asked for a link, I--mistakenly--assumed it was because there was not a working one here, as has been the case with Twin Peaks-The Return. So I checked the first site in a very old list (P*******r), and there was the episode. The final comment was semi-sarcastic, but to be fair not everyone has good search skills, and I'd rather help than criticize. (And management can of course delete anything it finds troubling...)
yup, yup...keep posting links to rival websites lol! Here's new,interesting TV show, that nobody here cared to add. Good website btw, they have complete Preacher season there,. Guys honestly, links aren't hard to find if one has basic searching skills. http://fmovies.is/film/trust-me.pjrp6
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