Become a Man with Vanessa Bayer.

Still trying to figure out who masterminded and executed the most recent murder plot of a main character from this past Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones? The sleuths at BuzzFeed, with the help of some Redditors, think they've got it all figured out.

It goes without saying: That link includes spoilers.

Or does it? Can anything written about a show based on a series of books that have been published for years even be considered a spoiler in the first place? Doesn't anybody read anymore?

No? Well, here's a list of alternative ways to spend your evening.

Vanessa Bayer and Streeter Seidell at the Addison Improv
Live from Dallas — OK, Addison — it's a Wednesday night performance from current Saturday Night Live cast member Vanessa Bayer, who most notably hosts that program's Miley Cyrus Show and Bar Mitzvah Boy sketches. She'll be joined by College Humor executive editor Streeter Seidell. The two will take a break from their current college stand-up tour to perform stand-up sets at the Addison comedy venue, which is pretty incredible for a number of reasons. Chief among them: This is just the third time that an active SNL cast member has performed at the venue. — Cory Graves

Anvil at Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
Before 2012's A Band Called Death, which shined some light on the forgotten '70s proto punk band Death, it was the 2009 documentary Anvil! The Story of Anvil, about '70s metal band Anvil, that was capturing our collective hearts and earning worldwide fame for a long-overlooked act. Tonight, the remaining members of the long-running Canadian outfit will try and put on a performance worth remembering. Crypt Trip and Electric Vengeance open. — CG

Footloose Dance-a-Long at Alamo Drafthouse
This February marked the 30th anniversary of the release of Footloose, which brings to mind a question: Do you still remember all the dance moves to Kevin Bacon's gymnastics-inspired warehouse dance scene? Bacon and his remarkably spot on stunt double do, as evidenced by this clip from a recent episode of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. You'll have a chance to prove your recall at this special dance-a-long screening of the flick. — CG

Baths at Dada
According to Paul Lester of The Guardian, the 2010 debut album from Will Wiesenfeld's trip-hop/chillwave project Baths was sounds like “J Dilla playing around with the Pavement and Prince catalogues.” Head to Dada to see if the veteran Red Bull Sound Select performer still deserves such heady comparisons for his most recent release, last May's Obsidian. — Stephen Young

Puddle of Mudd at Trees
Remember these late '90s post-grunge rockers? No? Oh. Well, you probably fucking hated them anyway. — CG

YG at House of Blues
Compton rapper YG may not be the most complicated rap stylist to make a name for himself in recent tears, but, abetted by his DJ Mustard-supplied beats, he has little need to be. He just needs to sound good. And, on My Krazy Life , his just-released debut LP, he does just that. The most recent act to shine in a surprisingly long line of rappers who prioritize vocal aesthetics over enunciation, don't expect a lot of rapping along from the crowd tonight. Well, not until the choruses, at least. Then scurvy a lot of it. Especially during breakout single “My Hitta.” — Pete Freedman

To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.

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