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  1. Dorkly Teaches You How to Avoid Spoilers for That Book You’re Reading

    Spoiler Alert: Dorkly's got your back.

    Reading a book, but worried you'll have it spoiled by actually finding out what happens? Dorkly has you covered with this comic that gives you helpful tips on avoiding those nasty, nasty spoilers.

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  2. Are There Rules for Spoilers? Should There Be?

    Spoiler alert! Probably not.

    Personally, I believe in a statute of limitations, whereby you no longer have to feel responsible for not spoiling things after they've been around long enough, but you still shouldn't do it on purpose like a jerk. Of course, what exactly even constitutes a spoiler is different for different people, so maybe the Internet prophylactic method suggested by Emily Eifler would be a better way to go. PBS Idea Channel tried to find some other solutions. Get working on the spoiler condom, science.

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  3. BBC Accidentally Leaks Doctor Who Series 8 Scripts, Asks Fans Not to Ruin It for Each Other

    "Spoilers!"

    Spoilerphobes, beware! The scripts for the first five episode's of Peter Capaldi's run as The Doctor have leaked on the Internet, and the BBC is hoping that fans won't spoil it for each other. Don't Google. Google and you're dead. Spoilers are fast—faster than you can believe. Don't turn your back. Don't look away. And don't Google. Good luck.

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  4. Teacher Quiets Rowdy Class by Threatening to Spoil Game of Thrones, Is an Education Pioneer

    Spoiler alert! Detention has met its match.

    If you've ever been a teacher, you know that keeping a group of wild, rabid animals children calm and focused can be challenging. Because of things like "feelings" and "right and wrong," you can't really do a whole lot to make kids listen, so your threats are mostly idle. So, one innovative educator turned to spoilers for help.

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  5. Have All 9 Best Picture Oscar Nominees Plus 41 Other Movies From 2013 Spoiled for You in One Video

    Or don't. Your call.

    I don't know who would want to have all the Best Picture nominees spoiled for them, but if you do, now you can along with 41 other movie spoilers all in under seven minutes thanks to the Fine Brothers. Why? I don't know. They like spoiling things?

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  6. The Batfamily Reunited This Week, Except for One: Let’s Not Forget Batgirl Cassandra Cain

    Essay

    One of the more easily pointed to examples of sexism in the New 52 concerned which of the five characters to be called Robin and three characters to be called Batgirl made it to the new continuity. Editorial explained to fans that two Batgirls would be erased from the setting so the "most iconic" one, Barbara Gordon, could be returned to the costume, to make things simple for new readers. However, in the other Batcave locker room, all four of the male characters who had been Robin were brought over to the New 52, despite the new universe having a hard age limit of five years from the first appearance of Batman. This week saw one of those women (spoiler for Batman #28) Stephanie Brown, the third Batgirl and fourth Robin, return to comics as the Spoiler in a sneak preview of the next story arc to engulf Gotham City and the Batman-related titles. And while I'm very excited to have her back, I worry about Cassandra Cain, the first person of color to join the Batfamily, who is now that last Batgirl sitting on the bench with the rest of the New 52's abandoned heroes.

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  7. Jennifer Lawrence Has Every Right to Be Upset About Spoilers, The Rest of You… Not so Much

    It's the latest installment of our ongoing series "Glen Has Strong Feelings About Spoilers."

    First, at the request of the rest of Team Geekosystem, I will warn you that here be spoilers. At the SAG awards some Access Hollywood reporters spoiled season three of Homeland for Jennifer Lawrence live on air because they're horrible monsters. Lawrence gets to be upset. You do not.

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  8. 100% Spoiler-Free Review of [Movie Title Redacted to Avoid Spoilers]

    Spoilers gonna spoil.

    People on the Internet sure do hate spoilers. They even hate things that aren't really spoilers. To try to make those people happy, here is a review of a movie we watched that is 100% free of any spoilers about the film including its title, cast, plot, setting, and crew. Enjoy!

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  9. Why I Spoiled the Paul McGann Regeneration, and Why I Would Do it Again

    If it's good enough for the BBC...

    Paul McGann regenerates into John Hurt in the latest Doctor Who minisode, and I spoiled it in the headline of my article about it -- and spoiled it again just now. We've gotten a few comments asking if I really had to spoil it, and frankly -- yes. Here's why.

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  10. Should Predictions Be Treated as Spoilers?

    It's not like we can actually see the future -- or can we? (We can't.)

    We have a prediction about Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, and in discussing doing a post about that prediction we got on the issue of spoilers. If we post our prediction and we're right (which we think we are) have we retroactively spoiled the reveal? See what we decided, and an optional reveal of our prediction after the jump.

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