Al and I talked about what we were expecting from Episode 2 in our last episode, and here’s the HBO trailer that I mentioned so you can see for yourself:
So excited! Can’t wait for Sunday!
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In this episode, we discuss what happened in Episode 1, Season 6 of Game of Thrones, entitled The Red Woman, focusing on the ever frustrating plot in Dorne and all the excitement happening in the North. We close with a discussion on what to expect based on the preview for next week’s episode, entitled Home, and what we might see the rest of the season as well.
Al and I will be recording our reaction to the Season 6 premiere of Game of Thrones tomorrow, but in the meantime, I thought I would share some of the official HBO trailers for the upcoming season. If you’re a fan, I’m sure you’ve seen these, but I think it’s always fun to watch again, especially now that there has been one episode shown and rumors are that most of the trailer footage is from the first couple of episodes.
Season 6 Promo:
That should help whet your appetite for the upcoming season and the discussions we’re going to have.
Until next time…
In our first episode, we talk briefly about where all our favorite characters are in Westeros/Essos, wildly speculate about what will happen to them during the next season of Game of Thrones (16:00), spend a few minutes discussing the United States continuing presidential primary season (54:45) and close with a few quick words about Prince and his influence on the media we enjoy. Follow us on Twitter @bicoastalpod or Like and interact with us over on Facebook.
Robert here. I’d like to personally thank you for finding our page and hopefully listening to our podcast. Al and I are both new to the podcast game, but we hope that we can be entertaining enough for you to come back week after week to listen to us blather on about whatever it is we will be talking about that week.
We’ll be sure to post some things here over the next few weeks that helps to detail some of the things we will be talking about on our podcast, but as a means of introduction, let’s just say the first 12 episodes or so will be pretty Game of Thrones heavy, as we plan on discussing each of the episodes after they air. Once the Game of Thrones season ends around June, we’ll transition to a format covering some of the other pop culture and current event things that we talk about away from the podcast.
We can’t wait to share our thoughts on everything of interest to us, and I hope that you can find some time to take a listen or read a few paragraphs here and there and enjoy some of the same things we do.
And away we go…