Quote by George R. R. Martin: “Spikes, " he sighed. "Heads. Walls.”
Game of Thrones 3x10 - Robb Stark and Grey Wind beheaded
The former president's noggin shows up shish-kabobbed on a barbarian's pike in a scene from the chainmail-and-boobs medieval fantasy series Game of Thrones. Fans noted online that the show's creators had revealed their use of the 43rd president's coconut in the DVD commentary that accompanied the first series.
'Game of Thrones' apologizes for controversial 'head'
Former President George W. Bush is no actor, but he appears in the hit series' first season. But it wasn't the only recognizable head she saw, really. Screen grab from YouTube. Bush may not have been America's most loved President, but the appearance of his "beheaded head" in the hit TV series "Game of Thrones" still caused an uproar among the show's fans.
Bush impaled on a spike. Not wasting any time, Game of Thrones is once again ready to conquer the shelves, this time featuring a scrubbed out profile of President Bush. Scrub the scene entirely or grow up, laugh about it and move on. So this whole thing started because producers D. They explained it thusly:.
Weiss decided to use a George W. Bush mask as one of the decapitated heads on a stake during some of the show's scenes. Bush's "head" can be found in the season one finale—bratty King Joffrey Jack Gleeson shows Sansa Stark Sophie Turner a row of traitors' heads on pikes. But, Sansa, along with the rest of us, was probably surprised to George W. It's not a political statement. It's just