Sansa is now a pup alone, surrounded by lions. Joffrey is a monster and Cersei rules in his name. Will Ned’s daughter be savvy enough to recognize the Hound and Tyrion as allies? Jan Doolittle Wilson returns to talk it over. Then historian Iain MacInnis discusses House of the Dragon and historical parallels.
The Arya roadshow begins! Author Stephanie Hammer joins the program to talk about Arya’s development in A Clash of Kings. Then Anthony and Steve talk about the rules of dragon magic.
House of the Dragon continues to generate drama even in the interim. Comedian Steve Ausburne and NFL analyst Fran Duffy take Maester Anthony’s survey to see if they’re leal to HOTD or the original series. Then Anthony talks with various experts on the show and the books.
Kim Renfro, entertainment reporter for Insider and co-host of A Cast of Kings joins A.Ron to talk about the book reader perspective on this season of HOTD. We talk the impact of the Song of Ice and Fire prophecy on the show and how it might connect with the other GOT spinoff series, compare notes on what it’s like to be the book reader with a non-reader co-host, discuss GRRM finishing the books and debate the wisdom of rebooting the original Game of Thrones series. We wrap things up with some well marked spoiler speculation on the fate of Laenor Velaryon!
It was a tale of two houses, one Green and the other Black. To our delight, the GOT universe made a triumphant return to the small screen. From enormous time jumps, rotating cast members, and a great expansion on lore, I think we can agree the season pulled off some impressive plays. As we eagerly await the next season, let’s dive back into the first once again.
Now that the first season is in the rear view, let’s talk about it! Should you read the books? Who took the first shot in this war? Were the Targaryens always fated to fight? Can a rider breathe at dragon cruising altitude? Is Aemond a warrior or idiot kid who can’t control his emotions? King Jimhaerys and Ser A.Ron are here to impart their wisdom.
War is coming to Westeros. Queen Rhaenyra does her best to prevent a schism in the kingdom. It’s not easy when your husband is Daemon. Luke doesn’t want to be the Lord of Driftmark, he won’t have to worry about that anymore. It’s the end of the season, but the start of the war. While we wait for season 2 check out the other Bald Move Pulp episodes on all your favorite shows.
“I am glad you are here with me. Here at the end of all things.” – Frodo. Ok, so not the end of ALL things, but it’s the end of the season. As we reflect on our return to Middle Earth, we take a look at a season that had its ups and downs. From pyroclastic clouds to the buddy show of Durrin and Elrond, let’s take one last deep dive.
Get a rundown of the real life badass twins out there. Wondering how Daemon ended up with Lady Royce to begin with? Rhaenys’ dragon maneuver may have greater consequences in the fandom than the writers intended. Keep it leal with both Team Black and Team Green perspectives represented with King Jimhaerys and Ser A.Ron.
It is the hour of the owl and foul deeds are afoot. Should Rhaenyra abdicate and save the realm from bloodshed? Even if that leaves the realm in the hands of (gulp)…Aegon? Was the dragon the only beast beneath the boards? King Jimhaerys and the leal Ser A.Ron are here to answer those questions and possibly yuck your yum.