Needles to say, but we will anyway — spoilers ahead!
Season 6 of “Game of Thrones” got off to a pretty great start, even though that thing that everyone was hoping would happen didn’t happen. We got all that we expect from a GoT premiere — death, drama, and gratuitous nudity. Here are just a few reactions about the premiere from Austinites:
Because it really should be an official holiday.
— Mischief Magazine (@mischiefonline) April 24, 2016
Carolina properly expressed our anticipation as the clock counted down.
— Carolina Canales (@carolinacc47) April 24, 2016
Mario is all of us waiting patiently in our living rooms.
— Mario Salazar (@Soiram) April 24, 2016
And yours truly prepped for the episode with a little Season 5 character recap through a hazy lens.
— CannabisNet (@cannabis_net) April 24, 2016
Dex spoke unfortunate truths.
— Dex Bingham (@bingdex) April 24, 2016
But they can’t kill off a president, right?
Tyrion for President. “That’s what I do. I drink, and I know things.” #GameOfThrones
— ang. (@swirlnswing) April 24, 2016
King of Geeks, Harry Knowles, knows that his cats are the only ones he can trust to not spoil the show.
Correction: Knowles tweeted to tell me they’re puppies, not cats. I guess Mr. Peanut Butter just sounded very feline to me.
OK – leaving my house. Leaving HBO screen on so Jeff Goldblum & Mr Peanut Butter can watch #GameofThrones – they can’t spoil it for me!
— Harry Knowles (@headgeek666) April 24, 2016
His weren’t the only cats eager to see what fate befell Jon Snow (but probably weren’t particularly worried about what was up with Ghost).
— Cooper T. Cat (@Coopers_mews) April 24, 2016
Though some unfortunate souls just don’t get it…
— Adam Winkler (@WinklerKEYE) April 24, 2016
This beautiful soul threw a “Game of Thrones” costume party, and everyone managed to look absolutely stunning, no matter how drunk they were.
— J.J. (@josejonesfilms) April 25, 2016
Eli grabbed the comfy seat to watch the show.
— Eli Stephens (@EliStephens32) April 24, 2016
Matt said what we’ve all been thinking ever since the Starks first uttered their family words.
— Matt Bragg (@Axialmatt) April 24, 2016
One of our favorite local Twitter personalities summed up the realities of cable TV programming and relationships.
— C.K. Chin (@seekaychin) April 25, 2016
Because grannies are so hot right now.
Glad #GameofThrones finally got around to gratuitous elderly nudity. It was only a matter of time.
— Nathan Jordan (@nathanhjordan) April 25, 2016
— Covert (@CovertCuriosity) April 24, 2016
Complete with scavenger hunt and punny team names.
— ATX TV Festival (@ATXFestival) April 25, 2016
Here’s the menu from the party, each food pun as great as the one before it.
— Covert (@CovertCuriosity) April 25, 2016
Me? I’m just here for the accessories.
— Laurie (@tipsytexter) April 25, 2016
Katey wasn’t at all happy with some of the patronizing reviews of the episode. We’re with ya, Katey.
— Katey Psencik (@psencikk) April 25, 2016
Until next week, y’all! And if you weren’t lucky enough to get your ex to cough up one of those passwords, North Door is showing “Game of Thrones” every weekend on their big screen (for free!)
— The North Door (@ndaustin) April 24, 2016
What did you think about the Season 6 premiere of “Game of Thrones”?
Featured image courtesy of HBO