Professor Elizabeth Renker (OSU) joins the season seven wrap to reflect on Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish. Is he motivated by love, revenge, or both?
Steve and Anthony celebrate the return of Dr. Brenner, discuss the limits to Eleven’s powers, and the varieties of SpaghettiOs. We also opine over a few potential plotlines for season 5.
Steve and Anthony discuss the implications of Jon and Dany’s boatsex. They reflect on Littlefinger’s demise and the long-awaited breach of the Wall.
This episode is the highpoint of the season so far and perhaps one of the best of the entire series. Max continues to impress. The shootout scene is thrilling, shocking and effective. Also Steve and Anthony do a deep dive into playground karate and cassette tapes.
To mourn the loss of Ned’s head, Electric Bookaloo hosts its first fans roundtable. We welcome Alison, Evan, and Tara to talk about one of the most gut-wrenching chapters in GRRM’s masterpiece.
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Steve and Anthony break down the Scoobie Doo parallels. Max continues to be the emotional keystone for season 4. Also, Andre the Giant was the perfect face for Honeycomb cereal.
Steve and Anthony discuss Gendry’s athleticism, zombie Viserion, and the Arya and Sansa rivalry.
Steve and Anthony roll our way through season 4 (episode 2) with discussions of video stores, the amazing acting of Sadie Sink, and breakfast burritos.
Is Mirri Maz Duur homicidal? Or is she just misunderstood? Gender studies specialist Jan Doolittle Wilson is back to interpret MMD. Then Anthony reads an email from GRRM’s co-author Elio Garcia