James Forces His Writer to Binge Watch This Before You See The Final 1 day ago   07:15

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The Late Late Show with James Corden
Follow the tale of Late Late Show writer Lawrence Dai who sat down to watch the entire Game of Thrones series in one sitting. From Ned Stark's death, to the Red Wedding, to Jon Snow's death to Hodor's death, watch Lawrence suffer all the blows dealt to the Seven Kingdoms, just like you once did.

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Each week night, THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN throws the ultimate late night after party with a mix of celebrity guests, edgy musical acts, games and sketches. Corden differentiates his show by offering viewers a peek behind-the-scenes into the green room, bringing all of his guests out at once and lending his musical and acting talents to various sketches. Additionally, bandleader Reggie Watts and the house band provide original, improvised music throughout the show. Since Corden took the reigns as host in March 2015, he has quickly become known for generating buzzworthy viral videos, such as Carpool Karaoke."

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JC Woodman
What's the bucket for...🤗
Adam Leber
It was a funny concept but they didn't show enough funny reactions
Anonymous
*HOPE HE GOT WITH RACHEL!! THAT'S ALL U!!!*
Andy
He is literally all of us
Deeson Jame
Are you sure he's a co-worker?
Ace 1o7
The delivery man and the doctor are hot!
Calypso's Karma
Wow. Hes cute asf
The WerewolfF
Man I wish I could get paid to binge shit. I have so much stuff to catch up on it would be a win win
Radagast
I'd do this for at least 3 viewings back to back
Chip Whitley
I thought the thumbnail was potato jet
Stephen Lisle
So at 3.08 you can clearly see on the wall at the back it has every episode crossed out until season 6 episode 6 and this was by 6.35 Am on the Saturday then at 3.25 on the video on the same chart in the background on the wall it says he has only watched up until season 3 episode 3 and this was as it says at 11.04 Am on saturday hmmmm another fake video on the internet.
Stuart Wise
I have never watched games of thrones
I have never watched a rocky film
And I have never watched friends or
Coronation street
I am happy with life
Love to you all
JamiePanhead
It took me all week to catch up game of thrones is a awesome!!! Show
Cuchulaain
I mean, it's been 8 years and I'm still processing what happened to Ned Stark
DaveDexterMusic
This is deeply shocking. James Corden has a writer?
Kamila Zhangabyl
my dream job
elleran1969
I wanna make my own throne now
Ailen
I rewatched the whole show before the new season and let me tell you you do not enjoy it when you watch it that fast (even when you have already seen it) , is not as enjoyable and good as watching it without such a rush
Aer Dun
this is so stupid. Why do you guys bother making something like that?
Nikola Gutesa
Regardless of the show, this is a nice peek into sleep deprivation and how TV shows can potentially keep us going. Could be possibly used as psychology research material. Tbh, not an expert.
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Watch This Before You See The Final James Forces His Writer to Binge 1 day ago   10:42

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Game of Thrones is finally on the way back for its final season, promising to bring answers to all of our questions about dragons, white walkers, and, presumably, whether Hot Pie’s new restaurant business was a success. Still, it’s it’s been a while since we’ve visited the Seven Kingdoms, so before we get the final piece of HBO’s epic hit series, here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know before you watch Game of Thrones Season 8.

The most shattering reveal of Season 7 came in the finale, confirming one of the longest-held theories in all of Game of Thrones fandom.

Jon Snow is not, it turns out, the bastard son of Ned Stark. He’s actually the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, which makes him the rightful-ish heir to the Iron Throne. As his sister Lyanna was close to death due to childbirth complications, Ned promised to keep her secret at all costs, lying about Jon’s parentage to protect his identity. Not even Jon knows he's a Targaryen, which is why, in true GoT fashion, this reveal was intercut with shots of Jon making out with Daenerys Targaryen, his secret aunt.

Surprisingly, that’s not the most shocking thing about the scene. Instead, it’s the ramifications of Jon having both Targaryen and Stark blood coursing through his veins. As we learned from the Three-Eyed Raven, Jon’s a walking, talking one-man song of ice and fire with roots that go back to Robert’s Rebellion, the big brawl in Westeros that predates the events of the series. Robert Baratheon cut down Rhaegar on the battlefield and seized the Iron Throne, setting into motion the narrative we've been following for seven seasons, but it was all based on a lie. When Lyanna left Robert to run off with Rhaegar, the story throughout the Seven Kingdoms was that she was kidnapped. In reality, though, it seems Rhaegar and Lyanna were deeply in love, marrying in secret just before they met their ultimate fates.

Game of Thrones has used “Winter is coming” as its ominous tagline since 2011, and Season 7 finally delivered on that promise. As the final image of the season, we see the undead army of White Walkers on horseback advancing on the Seven Kingdoms. The woefully outmatched remnants of the free folk and the Night's Watch helplessly watch as the Night King flexes on the realms of men by having his new ice dragon huff, puff, and blow the Wall down. That's right: the Night King has resurrected an undead, unkillable dragon as the deadliest weapon in his considerable arsenal.

So what's the deal with all the ice zombies? In short, wights are the undead hordes of soldiers who serve the White Walkers, former humans turned into zombie-like ice monsters that serve under the Night King. The Night King's true motives aren't yet known, but we know that he's extremely powerful and can control the entire army with a sort of telepathy. Fire can destroy the wights, but only dragon fire, dragonglass, and Valyrian steel can kill White Walkers. Samwell Tarly has discovered that Dragonstone, the historical seat of House Targaryen, is sitting on a mountain of dragonglass, and Jon Snow and his men have been mining it and turning it into weapons in preparation ever since. As for the Night King, it's unclear if anything can stop him. Keep watching the video to know what you should know before watching Game Of Thrones season 8.

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Season 7's big reveal | 0:23
Winter is here | 1:51
The Three-Eyed Raven | 3:05
Winterfell | 3:57
King's Landing parley | 5:38
The Lannisters | 6:40
Cersei's plan | 7:31
The Red Lady | 8:24
Tyrion: the Wild Card | 9:17