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Please share something Game of Thrones-related. — Rosie
HBO has already foreshadowed the royal wedding between King Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell this season, but fear not: These nuptials will be far more civilized than last year's traumatic Red Wedding. Still, there will be barbs thrown thanks to those quarrelsome Lannisters. In particular, Cersei doesn't respect the arranged marriage — or her new queen — and will make quick work of publicly undermining her authority.
I need some Mad Men scoop! Will Don be back in the office? — Dino
Ever since Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was picked up, there's been one question on everyone's minds: How the heck is Agent Coulson still alive after being brutally stabbed through the heart in The Avengers?
Slowly, but surely, the ABC super series has unraveled that mystery. Thus far, we've learned that Coulson (Clark Gregg) was dead for several days, not a few minutes, and that Director Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) moved heaven and Earth to bring him back to life through several surgeries that also wiped his memories of the experience. More recently, Coulson discovered a secret bunker that housed half a blue alien whose blood, imbued with regenerative powers, saved Coulson's life. It was the same blood that was used to bring Skye (Chloe Bennet) back to life.
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So what the heck was that alien?
Sif happens! Those badass investigators on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will soon meet their match when attacked by Lorelei (Elena Satine), a deadly, flame-tressed vixen from the Thor comics. But, never fear, Lady Sif is here! Actress Jaimie Alexander, who played the bodacious warrior-goddess in the movies Thor and Thor: The Dark World, will reprise her role on the ABC series as Sif tries to save the S.H.I.E.L.D. team. The episode, titled "Yes Men," is scheduled to air March 11.
When ABC launched Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the series was predicated on the idea that not all heroes are super, meaning fans knew ahead of time that they weren't getting The Avengers on television. But that didn't really work with viewers, who slowly tuned out ...
Former Big Love polygamist Bill Paxton — who showed off his action chops in movies like Twister — will begin an arc of at least four episodes on ABC's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. starting in late February or early March. "We wanted to bring in a rough-and-tumble former cohort of Agent Coulson [Clark Gregg] with a little bit of ....