Episode 13 – The Winds of Winter

In this episode, we wrap up the Game of Thrones season with our discussion of “The Winds of Winter.” Cersei pretty much eliminates all her King’s Landing threats in grand fashion, Jon is anointed KINGINDANORF by Young Lady Lyanna Mormont, and Daenerys finally sets sail with the largest fleet and army in the known world (though the Night’s King might have something to say about that). We briefly touch on some of our thoughts where the story will go in the future, but we try to keep the discussion on Episode 10. Feel free to share your thoughts with us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bicoastalpodcast. Thanks for listening this during the season and stay tuned for what comes next for Bicoastal Podcast.

Episode 12 – Battle of the Bastards

In this episode, we take an in-depth look at “Battle of the Bastards,” the penultimate episode of Season 6 of Game of Thrones. Topics discussed include Sansa’s treatment of Jon regarding her hidden Army, what Dany and all her boats mean for the Mereneese knot, and the demise of the Lord of Winterfell. We spend that last bit of the episode discussing many of the possibilities for Episode 10 – “The Winds of Winter” – and where everyone might end up at the end of the season. Thanks for listening to our latest episode.

Episode 10 – No One

In this episode, Al and I discuss “No One,” the most recent episode of Game of Thrones. We try to figure out what exactly happened in Braavos, what Cersei’s next move might be, and new developments in Mereen. Then, with no idea what next week will be about because of a lack of synopsis from HBO, we try to figure out what all the various images from the trailer mean for “Battle of the Bastards.” As always, thanks for listening and let us know what you think!

Episode 8 – Blood of My Blood

In this episode, we discuss the recent developments from Episode 6 – “Blood of My Blood” – and what it all means for the major players involved. We talk about how it is nice to see some long gone characters return to the fray, as well as an introduction of a new character that lives up to the hype. Then, as we preview Episode 7 – “The Broken Man” – we cover a lot of ground on what is happening in the Riverlands with the much anticipated return of another long-lost character, as well as how things might play out for Sansa, Jon Snow, and Davos in the North. Sorry in advance for any audio quality issues; it may just be time to upgrade some of the technology.

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Episode 6 – The Door

In our latest episode, delayed a couple of days for reasons, we break down the heroic end of Hodor, Sansa coming into her own at Castle Black, and the disappointing start to the reign of Euron Greyjoy. Then, we look forward to Sunday’s episode “Blood of My Blood,” with a discussion of the Lannister’s pending showdown with the Faith and the other looming plot lines from next week.

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Episode 5 – Book of the Stranger

In this episode, Al and I talk about the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, Season 6, entitled “Book of the Stranger.” We focus on the North, with all the happenings in Winterfell and Castle Black, as well as the fiery end to a tent full of khals in Vaes Dothrak. Then, in discussing this Sunday’s episode, we cover what the Kingsmoot in the Iron Islands could mean for Daenerys and her return to Winterfell.

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Friday Video Dump

Robert here. If you haven’t listened to our most recent episode where we break down Episode 3, click here to take a listen.

In this post going forward, I might just try to share some other Game of Thrones “media” that helped me to understand the recent episode or some other part of the story. This week, the first video is a nice recap of the past episode, done by a YouTube user by the name of Alt-X. His recaps and other videos are pretty insightful, and I found this a particularly good addition to our recent episode as he touched on some of the events of the episode that we didn’t get to. It’s a fifteen minute video, so give him some love and take a look:

The other video is the HBO trailer for Episode 4 – “The Book of the Stranger.” Al and I talked about this preview in the last episode and what the scenes might mean for Sunday night. Take a look:

Until next week!

Episode 4 – Oathbreaker

In this episode, Al and I talk about the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, Season 6, entitled “Oathbreaker.” We focused primarily on the much discussed Tower of Joy fight scene between Young Eddard Stark and Ser Arthur Dayne, the Sword of the Morning; happenings at the Wall in the wake of the Jon Snow resurrection; and the impact of a gift given to Ramsay Bolton at Winterfell. Then, focus turns to what to expect in Episode 4 – “The Book of the Stranger” and all the potential developments possible based on the trailer and brief synopsis of the episode. Have a listen, leave a comment, and tell your friends!

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 3 – “Oathbreaker” Preview

Al and I talked about what we were expecting from Episode 3 in our last episode, and here’s the HBO trailer that we mentioned so you can see for yourself:

So excited! Can’t wait for Sunday!

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Episode 3 – Home

In this episode, we take a victory lap for predicting how the Jon Snow resurrection scene was going to play out, and a minor pat on the back for predicting that Ramsay would ultimately kill his family. Then, we look ahead to next episode, with a bit of a focus on the Greyjoys and some more talk about Jon Snow, Ramsay, and other pet theories that kind of live in the ether. Hope you enjoy!

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