Some are saying The Winds of Winter was the best episode of Game of Thrones ever. What will Kev and Joe say?
Seven hells, make sure you’ve watched “The Winds of Winter” before listening, ya?
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This is it! The season finale of season six did not disappoint at all. For all the satisfying action and conclusions, it feels like after The Winds of Winter the stage is merely set for the great war to come. And oh, what a war it will be, if all of this has been truly prelude to it. From Cersei’s plan to Jon’s parentage to Bran’s hypothetical duder accent upon his return, this was an amazing, cinema-quality episode of television. So, Joe and Kevin break it all down scene by scene. Joe’s been sick, so apologies if there’s a little coughing. We wanted to make sure you got this episode as soon as possible!
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About We Know Nothing
We Know Nothing is a fun show about the HBO series Game of Thrones and the book series “A Song of Ice and Fire.” We talk about it all and have a lot of fun in the process. Hosted by Sers Joe Tavano and Kevin Rampelberg, and only on RetroZap! These two have been friends since the days of the First Men, so they’re not afraid to discuss the show with a healthy, open discussion.
Note that this show does discuss all aspects of A Song of Ice and Fire, including the core series, spinoff stories such as the Dunk and Egg tales, and companion books such as The World of Ice and Fire. While there may be no more spoilers from the books in season six of the TV show, please let this serve as fair warning that all material is fair game in our talk.