“Is it just me, or…”
I’ve got good news and bad news. Let’s start with the bad news: it turns out it is just you. There was a study, and it turns out that no one in the entirety of the Internet, or even the world, agrees with your opinion of last night’s Game of Thrones (specifically, there being too much sex, and/or not enough, whichever opinion you specifically held). I’m afraid you’re going to have to leave. I know this is hard, but we all really think it’s for the best.
That brings us to the good news: that study was actually done by NASA, and you’re going to be part of a very special project. You see, prevailing scientific opinion is that if life exists elsewhere in the solar system, Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, is the best candidate. Since any form of life that could evolve there might be so different from humanity as to be nigh on unrecognizable as life to begin with, NASA believes that you may finally find someone who agrees with your thoughts on the show. Says Dr. Leslie Festerburg,
We know you’ve endured a lot for this opinion, and our working theory is that it makes you not only utterly unique period, but uniquely suited to establish communication with the only creatures in the universe who might be as bizarre as you. Congratulations on your utter improbability. You are, in fact, the most special of snowflakes.
Another piece of good news: you’ll have company! You’ll be joined by the one person who doesn’t watch the show. If you’re that person, sorry, I probably should have written you a separate note. But yeah, bad news, it is just you who doesn’t watch it, you’re right, and you’re gonna be stuck with that guy. I mean, what’s that all about? There was [NOT ENOUGH/TOO MUCH] sex? Are you serious?