Is the rightful queen actually righteous? We’ll have to see, if there is an after. But in the meantime, everyone at Winterfell chats, gets closure, says their peace, and crosses a few things off their bucket list.
We Know Nothing
We Know Nothing has returned! Game of Thrones has kicked of the beginning of its end, and Kev and Joe have plenty to say about it! “Winterfell” is a warm return back to Westeros, but what does it set up for future episodes?
Game of Thrones wraps up season 7 with the feature-length “The Dragon and the Wolf,” where bonds are forged, bonds are broken, theories confirmed and more than one cold-hearted sucka fell. Can’t wait for season 8!
Beyond the Wall, there is nothing but epic heroism and epic tragedy. This episode had a little of column A and a little of column B.
More of Eastwatch was shown in the title sequence than in the episode, but who cares? Jon and Drogon are friends.
Drogon is unleashed, and history is made in one of the greatest episodes of Game of Thrones ever. Plus, we throw a challenge out to the listeners, and think about the defenses of King’s Landing.
Euron has questions, Tyrion looks bad while brooding, and Jon says he’s not a Stark. We’re just getting started with this episode before we even talk about freaky, freaky Bran!
Varys’ greatest moment? Jorah Mormont’s worst? Somuch happened in Stormborn, and we’re here to go through it all. And learn how to pronounce Aenys.
Winter is here! Kevin and Joe reunite to discuss the epic Game of Thrones season 7 premiere, “Dragonstone,” and to also speculate on the pots of Samwell Tarley. Shall we begin?
Some are saying The Winds of Winter was the best episode of Game of Thrones ever. What will Kev and Joe say?
From the gates of Meereen to the gates of Winterfell, “Battle of the Bastards” changed everything.
Plots are converging, and no one is “No One” at this stage of the game.
We’re rolling through the Riverlands while the Ironborn teleport to Volantis, but who’s really “The Broken Man” of this episode?