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Game of Thrones' Eugene Simon: Lancel Is Afraid of Tyrion

Eugene Simon

Tyrion may be the smallest Lannister in stature, but he has a knack for intimidating the young men in his family.

Cousin Lancel Lannister (Eugene Simon) certainly quaked in his knightly boots on Sunday's Game of Thrones (9/8c, HBO). Ordered by Queen Regent Cersei to deliver a demand for Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) to release a certain prisoner, Lancel found himself at a disadvantage when The Imp blackmailed him into becoming an informant based upon the fact that Lancel was having an affair with Cersei.

Game of Thrones Power Shift: Joffrey brings the pain

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Game of Thrones Power Shift: Joffrey Brings the Pain

Jack Gleeson

"The King can do as he likes," King Joffrey declared on Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones. The sovereign teen exercised that right both in public and behind closed doors in a sadistic way that made that message painfully clear to his subjects and his uncle Tyrion.

Who else showed their might? Who failed to advance? TVGuide.com breaks down the power shifts in "Garden of Bones":

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Game of Thrones' Natalie Dormer: Margaery Supports Renly and Loras' Love

Natalie Dormer, Game of Thrones

Natalie Dormer may have been topless during one of her first scenes in Game of Thrones, but it was her character's attitude about sex with her husband that made the biggest impression.

In Sunday's episode, Dormer had to play the not-so-shy virgin Margaery Tyrell, who tries to consummate her marriage with Renly Baratheon (Gethin Anthony). When he can't quite rise to the occasion, she offers to enlist the help of her brother Loras (Finn Jones), who just so happens to be Renly's lover.

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Exclusive Sneak Peek: Ike Meets a Blast From Vera's Past on Magic City

Jeffrey Dean Morgan

It's not easy being married to a former showgirl.

On Friday's Magic City (10/9c, Starz), Vera (Olga Kurylenko) invites her old friend Cliff Wells (guest star Steven Brand) from her showgirl days at the Tropicana to go dancing with her and husband Ike (Jeffrey Dean Morgan)... read more

Celebrities Tweet Reactions to the Passing of Dick Clark

Dick Clark, Ryan Seacrest

Dick Clark wasn't just the host of American Bandstand or the face of New Year's Eve. He was an icon in the field of broadcasting, a household name, an avuncular figure and even the punch line for jokes about longevity. With his passing from a heart attack Wednesday, celebrities have taken to Twitter to celebrate his life and mourn his loss:

Dick Clark dies at age 82

Ryan Seacrest: I am deeply saddened by the loss of my dear friend Dick Clark. He has truly been one of the greatest influences in my life. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

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Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity to Sign New Deals With Fox News

Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity

Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity will continue their dominance at Fox News Channel.

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Sheree Whitfield Leaving Real Housewives Because of Fighting and Cattiness

Sheree Whitfield

Sheree Whitfield has lost her taste for wig-pulling.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member is leaving the Bravo reality show after four seasons, she told Wetpaint on Wednesday. "After four solid seasons of helping Bravo build the show into its most successful Housewives franchise, I have decided to leave. The direction the show is going in is no longer a fit for my lifestyle. I'm tired of the fighting and the cattiness.

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Why the Idol Judges' Save Won't Help Jessica Win

American Idol

Jessica Sanchez may have had the lowest number of votes on American Idol last week, but she earned the judges' save in a moment even more dramatically befuddling than last season's save of Casey Abrams.

Before Jessica could even sing a full verse of her "save me" song, the Idol judges stormed the stage. Jennifer Lopez yanked the mic from her hand and said, "This is crazy! Yes, we're using the save. You ain't going home. Go sit down; go sit down." Randy Jackson then admonished the... read more

Game of Thrones Power Shift: Tyrion Snares a Bearded Rat

Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones

"A small man can cast a big shadow," Varys told Tyrion, and in Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones, we certainly saw that The Imp has strengthened his power as the Hand of the King.

With his latest political triumph, Tyrion once again undermined his sister, Queen Regent Cersei and by extension, her teenage son, King Joffrey. Who else triumphed? Who suffered an embarrassing setback (besides Theon, of course)? Check out TVGuide.com's breakdown of the power shifts in... read more

Game of Thrones' Joe Dempsie on Gendry: I Have "Bastard" Written All Over Me

Joe Dempsie

Joe Dempsie says he was destined to play a bastard on Game of Thrones.

The British actor had initially auditioned for the part of Ned Stark's illegitimate son Jon Snow (a part that eventually went to Kit Harington) and then even tried out to play one of Jon's pals at The Wall, but didn't score either role. Thrones producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were determined to work with Dempsie, however, and eventually cast him as Gendry the blacksmith's apprentice, the only one of King Robert's byblows to survive Joffrey's bastard massacre in the Season 2 premiere of Game of Thrones, which airs its third episode Sunday (9/8c, HBO).

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