“Video” Podcast of HBO’s Game of Thrones, Season 2, Episode 5, “Ghost of Harrenhal”

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10 thoughts on ““Video” Podcast of HBO’s Game of Thrones, Season 2, Episode 5, “Ghost of Harrenhal”

  1. Son of Fire says:

    Its my birthday & i’ll listen to podcasts if i want to!!

  2. Sean C. says:

    The omission of Ramsey works fine for most of the season (having Theon do everything on his own initiative arguably works better in some respects), until the finale.

    As far as the ‘conga line’ of replacement kills for Arya, as important as killing the Tickler here was merging Polliver and Raff a couple of episodes earlier, since Polliver is the one who has Needle, which Arya has to get back at the Inn fight.

  3. Winnie says:

    Another great podcast Steve. Personally, I thought having Theon’s moral inflict be more internal than external was a really good call.

    “Sansa gets two drunk knights…Arya gets a murder genie.” LOL! Genius, and it does get to something, I’ve noticed before; it’s true Sansa doesn’t get to do the “badass things” Arya does, but let’s be honest she never has the *opportunities* that Arya does. Sansa’s passivity is frustrating and uncomfortable to watch but it’s actually far more realistic than her sister’s storyline is.

  4. David Hunt says:

    Twelve hours after listening to this thing that phrase “conga line of death” is still bringing a smile to my face.

  5. djinn says:

    Sansa story is Romantic/Horror flic. Arya is a Thriller/Action flic. Two very different beasts altogether. God(s), i was so confused by Robb’s story, i mean, he fighting Lannisters somewhere for so reason, winning but it doesn’t really mean anything other then meeting with hot nurse.

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