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  • I don't want to die.

  • Of course not.

  • Life is precious.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 shocking HBO scenes.

  • I'm just glad you weren't in charge of the headstone I met Beloved, Beloved, and I'd stop to eat.

  • But I don't want to get to the hospital after tone.

  • The things I do for love for this list, we're focusing on controversial and unexpected moments from HBO's most popular series.

  • A spoiler alert is now in effect.

  • Which of these scenes shocked you the most?

  • Let us know.

  • In the comments, Number 10 Bernard Lo reveal Westworld for the first seven episodes.

  • West World's head of programming is among the show's most sympathetic of characters.

  • Bernard Lo works on upgrades and investigates anything in all things weird, serving as a voice of reason and bridging the gap between the board of directors and Ford, the park's eccentric founder.

  • I understand what I'm made of how I'm coded, but I do not understand the things that I feel, but at the conclusion of complex viewers were treated to a reveal for the ages.

  • When Theresa begins her own investigation into West world's oddities.

  • Bernard leads her right to the answer she was looking for, but they come at a significant cost.

  • Bernard's true identity is revealed.

  • He's a human replica prototype, but Theresa doesn't live to share that information with anyone.

  • No, no, please.

  • Number nine.

  • Beloved Aunt Curb Your Enthusiasm.

  • It's no secret Larry David is a legend when it comes to cringe humor.

  • But this next scene was surprisingly crude, even by curb standards.

  • We were a little upset that there was no obituary.

  • Oh wow, I can think of that.

  • When Cheryl's aunt dies unexpectedly, Larry offers to have an obituary written up and published.

  • You know what?

  • I'll write it myself.

  • I'll take care of the whole thing.

  • While Cheryl's mother was right to worry about the obituary striking the right tone, it's not gonna be funny, is it?

  • No one could have prepared her for what came next.

  • Devoted sister, beloved aunt.

  • When Larry returns home days later, he's greeted by a room full of distraught family members who reveal a devastating typo in the obituary he wrote the voters.

  • Sister beloved.

  • Uh huh.

  • In classic curb fashion, Larry tries to plead his case, but the damage was done.

  • I'm just glad you weren't in charge of the headstone.

  • Oh, I meant Beloved, Beloved and number eight.

  • Gillian seduces Jimmy Boardwalk Empire.

  • I'm just the loneliest person on earth.

  • In this episode, While young Jimmy Darmody grieves his wife's tragic death, we learned via flashback about his past.

  • Starting in 1916 until he joined the war, Jimmy attended Princeton University thanks to Nucky, who was grooming him for a life of crime.

  • When his mother, Gillian, comes to visit, life becomes significantly more complicated.

  • So what's wrong?

  • Nothing's wrong.

  • I wanted to see you.

  • Can't I do that?

  • First, Jimmy learns from his girlfriend that he'll be a father.

  • Next, he defends his mother and beats up a professor.

  • But the most shocking moment comes when Jimmy's drunken efforts to care for his mother result in her making an intimate move.

  • Even more.

  • She convinces her son that it's all okay.

  • There's nothing wrong, Baby.

  • There's nothing wrong with any of it.

  • Number seven Brands Betrayal.

  • Game of Thrones.

  • The creators of this classic show wasted no time in providing some shock and awe with this scene appearing at the very end of the pilot episode.

  • Come on.

  • When little Bran Stark is exploring the castles of Winterfell, he stumbles upon Jaime and Cersei Lannister at the worst possible moment.

  • Uh huh.

  • Are you completely mad?

  • At this point?

  • We all knew it was a serious situation.

  • But given Jamie's lighthearted demeanor towards the boy, it looked for a brief moment like he might be let free.

  • What the little climb, aren't you?

  • Held a boy 10.

  • Then a second later, Jamie swiftly pushes him off the tower wall, happy to let his awful secret die with poor brand.

  • Except it wouldn't be so simple.

  • Things I do for love.

  • Number six.

  • Kevin chooses death.

  • The leftovers.

  • What do you want me to do this or don't you?

  • On the leftovers, characters often undertake bold actions in order to prove a point.

  • Some opt to make a statement by foregoing speaking altogether.

  • Then there's Kevin Garvey, are central character who's really willing to take terrible risks in order to achieve his goals.

  • In the seventh episode of the second season, he's given an unthinkable opportunity to take his own life so that he might confront his most powerful adversary.

  • I don't want to die of course not.

  • Life is precious, with Virgil acting as his guide.

  • He's going to take his own life and then return to the world of the living.

  • Amazingly and shockingly, Kevin actually chooses to die.

  • And in a double shocker, so too, does his supposed guide, Virgil.

  • Number five.

  • Christopher's death.

  • The Sopranos.

  • What?

  • That prick.

  • One In Season six of HBO's iconic mob series, Christopher Moltisanti receives a big promotion.

  • He's a kapo, but he's a cap with some personal issues to resolve.

  • You got a problem with that?

  • No, of course.

  • Tony Soprano needs a man with a clean mind to run his family, and Christopher repeatedly proved to be unreliable.

  • The final straw comes when he drives into oncoming traffic and then informs Tony that he wouldn't pass a drug test.

  • What seems to be another Tony Christopher Clash takes a deadly turn as the boss finally finds a solution for his frequent problem.

  • Number four.

  • Ned's Death Game of Thrones.

  • You do me wrong, my Lord, your blood is the last thing I want to know what you want.

  • Game of Thrones has provided numerous shocking moments, many of them swift and spontaneous.

  • By the ninth episode, The Lord of Winterfell, arguably the show's central character up to that point, has been betrayed by Little Finger and decides to grant viruses request by acknowledging King Joffrey.

  • As a result, Ned will be exiled, but Joffrey has different ideas and ignores his mother's advice.

  • So long as I am your king, treason shall never go unpunished.

  • Suddenly, the public apology transforms into a public execution, and Joffrey shows no chill whatsoever.

  • Number three.

  • Omar's death.

  • The wire.

  • I'm obliged to walk up in there Now.

  • Omar Little is arguably the most quotable HBO character of all time.

  • He's a man with a code, a man that plays by his own rules.

  • In Season five, Omar sets his sights on Marlo Stanfield, a rival drug dealer in Baltimore.

  • He terrorizes the crew and calls out his enemy by name.

  • You work in a Stanfield Kona, which means you're working for a state up pump.

  • For Omar.

  • It's not about the money, and that's what makes him such a popular character in the drug game, Though you live by the gun and die by the gun.

  • One moment, Omar is a living legend, a man that can walk the streets the next.

  • He's yet another murder victim killed by young Kinard.

  • And the finality is shocking.

  • Yeah, Number two.

  • Adrianna's Death.

  • The Sopranos.

  • When we get settled, we'll have you guys over.

  • Family dinner.

  • Murdering beloved main characters is a relatively new phenomenon on T V one that has roots in The Sopranos.

  • Adriana La Reserva came from a Mafia family, so it wasn't surprising she ended up with Christopher Moltisanti, Tony Sopranos apprentice.

  • That's also why everyone thought Adriana could be trusted with the soprano crime family secrets.

  • And she could until the FBI targeted her as an informant.

  • Why do you help this man who wasn't helping him?

  • I was afraid for myself.

  • Facing serious jail time, Adriana reluctantly complied.

  • But eventually it became too much, and she came clean to Christopher, who was then forced to choose between his woman and his family.

  • Next thing you know, Adriana is going for a ride with Silvio Dante, and he made sure she never uttered another word.

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  • Number one for the Watch Game of Thrones, the first law commander in history to sacrifice the lives of sworn brothers to save the lives of wildlands.

  • By the end of Season five, Jon Snow has become Lord commander of the night's watch.

  • When John lets the Wildlings pass through, he truly believes that it's for the greater good.

  • But some of his men are less than impressed with his leadership skills, and he's ultimately betrayed and punished for his compromising ways.

  • His men plot against him and take his life, each uttering their justification as they do it for the watch.

  • With John being one of the series most beloved characters, many fans refused to accept his apparent death, even after Ali delivered the final blow.

  • More shocking than even the infamous Red Wedding, this scene left fans to speculate for months.

  • Mhm, yeah, Do you agree with our picks?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/20
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