These tweets say so much, but until you actually watch the show, do they say anything at all?
SBS Guide

14 Sep 2017 - 4:59 PM  UPDATED 15 Sep 2017 - 9:13 AM

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee is not Game of Thrones. For starters, it's funnier. And its gender politics are waaaaaay less squicky. But for fans of the show, you don't have to avoid Twitter the afternoon it airs to avoid spoilers. It doesn't matter how much a tweet reveals, you won't really understand a lick of it until you sit down to watch the actual show.

Here's a tweet we can't get behind more:

Ash, we dig your passion - hopefully you'll tweet along with the show Thursday nights at 8pm when it airs on SBS VICELAND. Of course, it's also available on SBS On Demand.


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