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HBO May Be In Trouble Once 'Game of Thrones' Comes to An End

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2019 |


Trump regaled the children attending the White House Easter Event with tales of The Wall. We are all that blonde girl in the jean jacket. - (VF)

Oooh, new Celebitchy podcast! I am so behind on podcasts. There are too many good ones. - (Celebitchy)

Sofia Vergara takes her Game of Thrones watching seriously. And MiMi sees herself on the Iron Throne. Obviously. - (Lainey)

HBO is gonna have a rough go at it if this study proves accurate: 37 percent of subscribers plan to cancel their subscriptions once Game of Thrones ends. If they do, they’re gonna miss out on Big Little Lies and Chernobyl and Barry and Succession. THEIR LOSS. (Decisiondata)

Scully sent me this, “I JUST LOVE HER SO MUCH!” Me too, my friend. Me too.

I can see the Oscars campaign already! - (DListed)

As the royals await the newest Baby Royal, it’s almost the 1st birthday of the most recent royal, Prince Louis. His eyebrow game is truly magnificent. - (GFY)

Maine and Vermont are the two newest states to ditch jackassy Columbus Day and instead celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Fabulous! - (The Root)

Two of the women who helped organize the 20,000 person walk-out at Google are facing retaliation. - (The Cut)

I didn’t get married until I was 46, so changing my last name seemed absurd at that point. However, if my husband had a super cool last name, I might have taken his name. What about the rest of you - did you take your spouse’s name/did your spouse take your name when you got married? - (Buzzfeed)

Every goddamn Boston Dynamics engineer should be forced to watch every Terminator movie (except Salvation, that one was beyond suck) on constant repeat.

Elizabeth Acevedo’s National Book Award-winning debut novel, The Poet X, is written in verse. ElCicco says, "In this impressive debut work, Elizabeth Acevedo demonstrates with passion and heart both the power and the vital necessity of being heard, especially when you are a young woman of color." ElCicco isn’t the only Cannonballer who loved The Poet X, have you read it? (Cannonball Read 11)

You say you miss otters? I CAN HELP WITH THAT!

Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.

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