The first part, "Something's Coming", aired on December 2, 2007.
Seven additional episodes were produced for the fourth season after the strike, the first of which aired on April 13, 2008.
The "Happy Alanis Morissette Day" was an interesting choice from Reynolds, considering the two got engaged in 2004 after two years of dating. Or, isn't it just ironic...don't you think?
True love (or a TV facsimile thereof) gets the reality treatment in this long-running dating game, in which a successful bachelor romances a number of beauties.
Highlights include Kit Harington larking about as Jon Snow's corpse, Emilia Clarke (Daenerys) struggling her way around the Dothraki language - atop a greenscreen dragon, of course - and Peter Dinklage (Tyrion) simply struggling with the English word 'benevolent.' It's reassuring to know that even Emmy award-winning actors screw up from time to time.
HBO have released a blooper reel from Game Of Thrones season six, and you’ll never see the world of Westeros quite the same way again.
So in other words, we’ll have to revel in this blooper reel for a LONG time.
but a new blooper reel has come along to destroy that notion in a hilarious manner.
Surfacing during the HBO series' panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con 2016, the assembled cast (including Sophie Turner, Liam Cunningham and Iwan Rheon) watched on as attendants laughed their way through a two-minute clip of the cast blundering their way through the hectic shoot of season six.
The fourth season of Desperate Housewives, an American television series created by Marc Cherry, premiered on September 30, 2007 on ABC.
Filming for the series was interrupted by the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike in November 2007, after production on the two-episode tornado storyline wrapped.
It's too bad that "you look like a house fire was in another house fire" or "you look like the inside of other people's assholes" weren't the ones that made the final cut.