And we’re back! Sorry for the delay, folks.
Sorry for the delay in getting this one out.
In our ongoing attempt to get fully caught up with Game of Thrones in advance of Season 5’s premiere, we’re coming back for a second episode this week, which you can listen to here.
Podcast is up! We’re going to be doing two of these a week until Season 5 starts, so expect another episode on Thursday.
We’re back with another recap of HBO’s Game of Thrones, where Patrick Donahoe of Entertained Organizer and I discuss Bronn’s previous life as a British pop star, whether Bronn would shank the Hound or whether the Hound would shiv Bronn, whether Tyrion has better chemistry with Bronn or Varys, update our ongoing psychological assessment of Joffrey’s messed-up sexuality, Sansa impressing us with her snark, Tyrion and Joffrey refusing to speak to each other, some amazing explosions and The Michael Bay Theory of Cosmic Justice, Stannis Baratheon doing his George Washington impression, some truly memorable disembowellings and decapitations that Patrick forgot, the Hound’s epic job resignation, Tyrion as FDR, and I count how many times Cersei has a drink!
We’re back with another recap of HBO’s Game of Thrones, where Patrick Donahoe of Entertained Organizer and I discuss Viking military strategy, which pop culture figure Rattleshirt looks like, my dissatisfaction with the Jon Snow/Quorin Halfhand plot line, Ned’s paternalism as the least bad political theory in Westeros, Jaime’s internal programming and who could beat him in a fight (Batman, obviously), the Lannisters’ tricky military situation, Tyrion and Bronn as the best odd couple ever, the Siege of Clonmel; we geek out over Maisie Williams a bit, I get annoyed with what they’re doing with Jeyne Westerling’s backstory, and some other good stuff.
I appeared on the eminent Podcast of Ice and Fire, talking about Episode 7 of Season 2 of Game of Thrones, talking about insane theories about Dagmer Cleftjaw, whether Sansa’s blood was authentic in her Judy Bloom scene, whether spoilers actually hurt your enjoyment of media, and other crazy things.