Bit of a weird one this week as Jon is suffering from apparently inhaling the contents of Thorpe Lake up his nose, the boys experiment with their first ever live call in show and for the video only we also get the debut of the Japanese viral sensation YOGHURT-O-MAN!
But of course we’re here to discuss Game of Thrones and the numerous stories that come to a shocking conclusion, going a long way to saving a season that was, let’s face it, pretty mediocre for about 70% of it.
A truly shocking moment permeates the atmosphere throughout The Dance of Dragons and casts a shadow even as things kick off big time in Mereen.
Among other topics, did they really need to spend screentime on a paedophile subplot that seems designed to justify the upcoming murder of a character we were all quite happy to see killed anyway?
PLUS, we decide on the fly to host our first ever live call in show for the finale next week. If you would like to be involved follow us on Twitter for more info, we’ll be putting a post up with more details soon.
After seven episodes of unusually dull and bizarrely paced plotting with a fair few silly story choices, we finally get a stupendous episode in Game of Thrones’ fifth season as Jon Snerr comes face to face with the full might of his Northern nemesis.
In which Simon comes up with a theory about Daario which we’ve yet to hear elsewhere, might be wrong but we think you might have heard it here first.
And as the changes from the source material continue to get crazier and crazier, Jon’s references to the book even start to piss him off. Unfortunately, it also seems that the further the show is getting from the original, the stupider it’s getting too.
In this special episode we discuss the last five episodes of Game of Thrones on HBO. I’m joined once again by Art (Television Division), Matt (Duke of Douche), and Dommy (The House-Dwarf). We recap the episodes, discuss more differences from the books, and decide which Winterfell ice cream flavors will be popular. Spoilers!