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Game Of Thrones Season 4 Blooper Reel

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To build up a head of steam ahead of April's Season 5, HBO has released a blooper reel of Game of Thrones Season 4. It's got everything you want in an outtakes compilation, except corpsing dragons.  

Charles Dance breaks a bit off the Iron Throne, Cersei dances and, best of all, Joffrey’s crown awkwardly slips mid-snog.

We have that problem all the time…

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