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targharyen:

'The famous trio.'


”It’s the growth of a girl into a woman. She’s being thrown into the deep end, to see if she can sink or swim, and she decides to do it her way. It was wonderful to see a character with such humble beginnings, and such low self-esteem, beginning to trust herself. So my feelings within filming it were echoed, in a much more dramatic way, obviously.” — Emilia Clarke on her character

”It’s the growth of a girl into a woman. She’s being thrown into the deep end, to see if she can sink or swim, and she decides to do it her way. It was wonderful to see a character with such humble beginnings, and such low self-esteem, beginning to trust herself. So my feelings within filming it were echoed, in a much more dramatic way, obviously.” Emilia Clarke on her character

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There sits the only king I mean to bow my knee to, m’lords, The King in the North!

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alaskaisnotlost:

hunters-in-the-sherlocked-tardis:

you’d think this is an exaggeration but it’s really not

Literally how that scene went

alaskaisnotlost:

hunters-in-the-sherlocked-tardis:

you’d think this is an exaggeration but it’s really not

Literally how that scene went

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svenxkristoff:

NO BUT MOTHER GOTHEL HAD RAPUNZEL IN THAT TOWER FOR NEARLY ALL HER LIFE AND WAS SO INTO HERSELF THAT RAPUNZEL PROBABLY NEVER HAD A HUG LIKE THIS, THAT LASTED SO LONG AND MEANT SO MUCH. IT WAS THE FIRST HUG FROM SOMEONE WHO LOVED HER.

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nxte:

gettin sick of this whole “wait a week for the next episode” shit

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