WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS from Game Of Thrones: The Door. Game of Thrones fans were left devastated by the last episode as one of the most beloved characters from the series faced a heartbreakingly savage death. In the dramatic conclusion, the White Walkers clawed Hodor (Kristian Nairn), within every last inch of his life, as he held the door shut to prevent the undead beasts from catching Bran (Issac Hempstead Wright).
Chris Pine has revealed that he once tried his hand at stand-up comedy, but that it wasn’t exactly his forte. Chris recalled the story during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, explaining that he once put together a five minute set at the Williamstown Theatre Festival just outside New York, where Lewis Black was in residence at the time. Describing it as ‘the closest he’s come to feeling naked on stage’, the actor revealed that he based his comedy routine on ‘what parents make you do when you don’t want to do whatever it is’.
The X-Files returns to screens soon with a new six-part miniseries but before that, we already have our fist look at David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson slipping back into character as Mulder and Scully—but not quite as you remember them. In a hilarious skit on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the comedian plays an FBI agent tasked with getting the alien hunting duo up to date with the latest technology. Stuck in the 1990s, Mulder and Scully are still using dial up internet, floppy disks and huge mobile phones that even Zack from Saved by the Bell would frown at.