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Isaac Hempstead Wright plays Bran Stark in the HBO adaptation of George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones books. Some disability activists are concerned that Bran will be magically cured of his paralysis in the show's new season. Helen Sloan/HBO hide caption

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'Game Of Thrones' Finds Fans Among Disability Rights Activists, Too

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CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller addresses the executive session of the TCA presentations in Los Angeles on Aug. 10. Francis Specker/CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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A Case For Why TV Execs Should Face Critics

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Kit Harrington plays Jon Snow, who researchers found is one of the most important characters in Game of Thrones. Helen Sloan/Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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How Math Determines The 'Game Of Thrones' Protagonist

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George R.R. Martin answers questions before a game between the Hudson Valley Renegades and the Staten Island Yankees — briefly renamed the Staten Island Direwolves for their Game of Throne night in August. Now, four months later, Martin has some bad news for his fans. Bill Lyons/Staten Island Advance/Landov hide caption

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Extras on Game of Thrones leave a bullring in Seville, Spain in October 2014. More than 85,000 locals applied to be extras on the show. Christina Quicler/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fans Obsessed With 'Game Of Thrones' Seek Parallels In Spanish Politics

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What is a "tea blend?" Sasha/Courtesy of Adagio Teas hide caption

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Going medieval in the kitchen: The recipe for this sweet pork pie came from the new, official Game of Thrones cookbook. Benjamin Morris/NPR hide caption

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On Morning Edition: A discussion of this medieval pork pie, from 'A Feast Of Fire And Ice'

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