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Game of Thrones, Lost Guys Up In Kool-Aid, Don`t Even Know Flavor
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© Joe Crowe
April 12, 2011

Game of Thrones writer George R.R. Martin says he wants his books to end better than Lost did. So then Lost creator Damon Lindelof said "Oh, hell to the no."

They are kind of feuding in interviews and on the Twitter.

First Martin discussed the next chapter in the book series, which is coming out after a 6-year wait. He said "What if I do a Lost? Then they'll come after me with pitchforks and torches."


So then Damon Lindelof on his Twitter said, "I've just been informed George is working on his feud response. I'll have it in FIVE YEARS!"


Later Lindelof tweeted, "I think I'm the only one in this feud. And one should never feud oneself."

Then Martin said in this interview that he was not aware that Lindelof had taken exception to his comments.

Oh snap!

Come on, guys. Both of you have every right to end your series terribly.

I only hope this ends in manly back-pat hugs.

RevolutionSF's Joe Crowe enjoys a good tussle.

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