Steve and Anthony discuss the major differences between book and show in House of the Dragon. Then Anthony previews A Clash of Kings with Katherine Olley, Jason Eberl, and J.J. Hollenback. HT Jason Eberl: Portrait of El Primo.
Hot-stove HOTD is heating up! But first, let’s hand out awards with NFL analyst Fran Duffy. Then religion expert Brenden Walsh helps Anthony gear up for the new season of Electric Bookaloo.
In the House of the Dragon finale (season one) we see Rhaenyra embrace her inner dragon and Vhagar embrace Lucerys with his jaws. Also, remember Jack Palance?
Historian Kavita Mudan Finn explains House of the Dragon. Comedian Steve Ausburne explains endogenous gas.
Steve and Anthony cover the penultimate episode of season one: The Green Council. Y’like feet, chief?
Comic Steve and academic Anthony kneel before the powerhouse performance of King Viserys. Also, did Aemond take an extra time jump? And how much head must be severed for it to be considered a beheading?
In what could be the best episode of television of the year, several key characters reveal their true nature. Also, is it possible to hit the griddy too hard?
The new Aegon is many things, but he’s not boring. Alicent has come into her own as the Head of State and Larys goes full psycho. Kavita Mudan Finn talks about childhood and education in medieval Europe. And Nessa is back to give her knee-jerk reaction of Harwin’s death.
NFL analyst Fran Duffy joins Double Dragon to breakdown House of the Dragon. Power rankings. MVPs. Hot takes. Then medievalist Iain MacInnes explains marriage alliances and castle siege tactics.
Comic Steve Ausburne explains the difference between “duty babies” and “romance babies” in Westeros. He shares why he loves vomit but hates metal detectors. Also, the guys cover the best episode of HOTD yet.