Vote for Game of Thrones
Links for only the categories GoT is nominated in, for convenience’s sake.
Best Dramatic Actress- Lena Headey
Best Dramatic Actor- Peter Dinklage
Best New Character- Stannis Baratheon
Best Villain- King Joffrey
Biggest Badass- Tywin Lannister
Best Kid Character- Arya Stark
Favorite TV Family- The Starks
Most Tragic Death- Renly Baratheon
“Blaine returned to the root of his origin story to rescue the trophy, but the whole thing was a trap orchestrated by the new captain of the Warblers to lure Blaine away from the New Directions. New-guy Hunter did his research and played on Blaine's insecurities—why stay at McKinley without Kurt? Don't you remember how great it felt to belong somewhere? C'mon, buddy, let's just sing a song, just one song. What's the harm in one song? Blaine put up a good fight, but in the end, that blazer fit like an old, familiar glove, and Blaine figured that if he was already a villain, citing how deeply he'd hurt Kurt, then why not just embrace it and go total dark side—where I'm told they have cookies, after all. He returned to McKinley intending to finish his senior year at Dalton, arguing to a completely floored Sam [sic], "Warblers are my birthright and my destiny." Spoken like a true superhero headcase, Blaine.”—Tv.com recap of 4.07, “Dynamic Duets” [source]
“I love Fringe for these maneuvers; you just don't see a lot of television shows making these kinds of creative decisions nowadays. The idea of alternate universes in Seasons 2 and 3 posed all sorts of metaphysical questions about human nature, and Olivia and Peter's burgeoning romance put those questions in bold and became more important to me than the fate of the world. Season 4 did wonderful things with the idea of love being stronger than even existence when it erased Peter from Olivia's mind and the universe somehow slowly filled her heart with memories from another plane. It's deep stuff, guys. Fringe is a thinking person's show, the kind of nerdy philosophical drama where the greatest rewards come after episodes end and pay off for hours, days, and weeks while we stare at the ceiling in bed and contemplate not only what happened on screen, but how it relates to the core of being.”—Tim Surette - TV.com
Also, Scott McCall as Most Loveable Monster! Look at this guy, he is loveable.
And, of course, our brOTP Scott and Stiles as Most Dynamic Duo.
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