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Say Goodbye To Everyone Who Died: 'Game Of Thrones' Unveils "In Memoriam" Tribute Scored By Boyz II Men

The Playlist By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist July 20, 2013 at 12:29PM

If there is one thing "Game Of Thrones" fans have learned over three seasons: no one is safe. It would be best advised if you're newly checking out the HBO smash show that you don't get too attached to any particular character, because they could be dead before you know it. And we're not even going to get into The Red Wedding.... In short, the time could run out on any character at any moment, but now it's time to take a pause and remember those that have fallen before the next season of "Game Of Thrones."
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If there is one thing "Game Of Thrones" fans have learned over three seasons: no one is safe. It would be best advised if you're newly checking out the HBO smash show that you don't get too attached to any particular character, because they could be dead before you know it. And we're not even going to get into The Red Wedding.... In short, the time could run out on any character at any moment, but now it's time to take a pause and remember those that have fallen before the next season of "Game Of Thrones."

HBO has dropped a nearly three-minute-long "in memoriam" reel honoring those who met their end on "Game Of Thrones," and it's all amusingly scored to Boyz II Men's slow jam classic "It's Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday." Nice touch, HBO. Obviously, there are spoilers.

Meanwhile, looking ahead to the fourth season, "Sherlock" co-star Mark Gatiss has joined 'Thrones,' but this role is being kept under wraps. Any guesses folks? Season four arrives next year, but no debut date has been set yet. Until then, pour one out for the folks below......

This article is related to: Television, TV News, HBO's Game of Thrones


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