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Thinking about Game of Thrones, the Boston Marathon and more

Game over! Über-baddie King Joffrey got a fittingly agonizing death in only the second episode of the current season of Game of Thrones. Many fans wonder if this will be the best season yet. I think it already is. —Ken Miller, associate editor

Can't resist Seeing photos of Selena Gomez “canoodling” (thanks, TMZ) with Justin Bieber at Coachella makes me think about my own tragic relationship with Chicago Fire. It takes itself too seriously and always disappoints me, but I just keep going back for more. —Erin Ryan, staff writer

Hop to it New Zealand’s Hell Pizza sparked outrage with a pelt-covered billboard promoting its new rabbit pie—just in time for Easter. Gross? Yes. Tasty? Probably. Hey, they don’t call it Hell Pizza for nothin’. —Leslie Ventura, calendar editor

Heartbreak hill It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since bombs ripped through the finish line of the Boston Marathon. This year, I’ll be there, remembering the victims, cheering the runners and celebrating the strength of my hometown. —Sarah Feldberg, editor

Great future Sam Herring, the histrionic Future Islands singer, was the real breakout star at this year’s Coachella, following his viral Letterman performance. —Mike Prevatt, nightlife editor

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