This episode is notable not only for Steven’s barely contained rage, but because — obviously — is the last Game of Thrones podcast we’ll be doing for nine months.
Have no fear though! We will still be podcasting! Starting this week, we will be hosting a podcast on the new BBC series Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell. We hope those of you who enjoyed listening us talk about one television show adapted from thick novels will join us as we talk about another television show adopted from another thick novel.
It’s two weeks late, but nevertheless, enjoy!
We’ll have the seventh episode up later this week, but decided that since there’s going to be more demand for this one, we ought to post this first. Enjoy!
So if you’ve never listened to this podcast and have just heard the (true) rumors that we bicker like an old Jewish married couple about Game of Thrones every week — well, it’s time to stop not-listening to us, because we managed to work through the issues with this last episode — and there are many — as adeptly as as anyone this side of Alyssa has.
Basically — if you must listen to one episode of this podcast, this is the one. And we address the questions you want answered right at the beginning too, because we’re polite like that.
Purchase the new essay collection — Tower of the Hand: A Hymn for Spring — containing essays by Attewell! Because believe it or not even after everything else he’s written and 55 hours of putting up with me in this podcast, Steven has even more to say about Game of Thrones.
The image-based Game of Thrones recapper I mentioned can be found here.
I apologize for the background noise, but Kendra was in New York City and, it turns out, New Yorkers are very, very loud.
And the Game of Thrones podcast is on the way — as is one about Daredevil. I apologize for the delay, I’m only very behind on everything at the moment.
It includes my new hit single, “Dorne,” which I promise I only actually “sing” once. Enjoy!