Jim and A.Ron discuss a surprisingly low key "epic" episode of HBO's Game of Thrones, namely, "The Watchers on the Wall". Who lived, who died, and more importantly, did any of it matter? Find out what we thought, then send us what YOU think,
Game of Thrones delivers another gut punch to Westerosi fans everywhere this week... how did Jim and A.Ron react? Find out this, and much more as we ponder the sexual equipment and proclivities of castrated slave soldiers,
Jim and A.Ron try to collect themselves after witnessing the events of the latest episode of Game of Thrones, "The Mountain and the Viper". What did we think? What did YOU think? Tell us and we'll consider it for our full podcast on Tuesday!
Welcome to our coverage of Game of Thrones episode 407, "Mockingbird!" We talk about creepy uncle Petyr, our semi-disappointment in The Mountain 3.0, and the Most Interesting Man in Westeros. All this, plus your feedback,
Sheep on fire! Reeks in cages! Credit applications! Courtroom politics! You'd think some of these things would be more boring than the others, but that is NOT the case when those things go down Game of Thrones style.
In this podcast, reflecting our Instant Take for Game of Thrones episode 406, "Laws of Gods and Men", Jim and I were blown away by the mighty CGI dragons and the quiet rage of Tyrion Lannister. And that's to say nothing of the goings on at the Dreadfo...
Thanks for checking out our latest Game of Thrones podcast, covering episode 405, "First of His Name"! In it we discuss Littlefinger's rise, who'll be the next to exit via Moon door, no Hodors barred street fighting,
Jim and A.Ron are back to discuss episode 404 of HBO's Game of Thrones, "Oathkeeper". We talk about the charming bunch at Crastor's Keep, what to do about our views of Jaime, Jim's bloodlust not being slaked, and Maggs "The Ninja" Tyrell evasion skills.