Social Download: Internet Reacts to 2016 Spelling Bee, Hold the Door and ‘Preacher’

2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee champions.

2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee champions. Scripps

Welcome back to tvDownload’s social media column — written for the people and by the people, like some kind of millennials’ Pravda. It’s where you can come to find out what the internet is saying about your favorite shows, and to see what new stuff might be worth checking out. You do want to fit in with the rest of us, don’t you, comrade?

 This week, the Game of Throne social media universe has been all about paying tribute to the legend that was Hodor… also known as “Hold the Door.”

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A handmade version!

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And a variation on the theme.

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Hold the door! #hodor #holdthedoor #gameofthrones

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Yes, friend, it’s too soon…

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This is especially wonderful because it’s tagged #joke.

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And here’s a clip of Thrones producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss on Kimmel, apologizing for… well, for everything posted above.

The Scripps National Spelling Bee aired this week on ESPN, finally validating our claim that spelling is a sport. The live-tweeting was strong, with solid jokes coming in from word athletes across Twitter.

Ah, word play humor. Puns on puns on puns…

The love for AMC’s Preacher is going through week two. There’s already fan art, which means turning real characters adapted from a comic back into 2D art. And the snake continues to eat its own tail…

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#watercolor #preacher #cassidy

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Social Download: Internet Reacts to 2016 Spelling Bee, Hold the Door and ‘Preacher’