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A “No holds Barred” review of the Game of Thrones. We don’t hold back. WARNING! The F-Bomb is a common occurrence and plenty of fighting. We aren’t afraid to let our listeners know what really goes on while recording and you even get some personal info that shouldn’t really be shared. We discuss the show and how it compares to the best selling book series "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George RR Martin. Covering episode by episode and comparing it to the related chapters in the book; focusing on the differences and similarities. We will also be looking at the things we would have done differently in the show. It will be a laid back, and sometimes comical discussion from fans who admittedly do not know everything about the Game of Thrones. We are simply fans and NOT like the nerds who dress up like their favorite characters. We look at the Game of Thrones as a form of entertainment and not "real life".

Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire podcast Jorah Blackbar, Lezzie Stoneheart

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A “No holds Barred” review of the Game of Thrones. We don’t hold back. WARNING! The F-Bomb is a common occurrence and plenty of fighting. We aren’t afraid to let our listeners know what really goes on while recording and you even get some personal info that shouldn’t really be shared. We discuss the show and how it compares to the best selling book series "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George RR Martin. Covering episode by episode and comparing it to the related chapters in the book; focusing on the differences and similarities. We will also be looking at the things we would have done differently in the show. It will be a laid back, and sometimes comical discussion from fans who admittedly do not know everything about the Game of Thrones. We are simply fans and NOT like the nerds who dress up like their favorite characters. We look at the Game of Thrones as a form of entertainment and not "real life".

    Game of Thrones Season 1 / Episode 3 Review (show/book) “Lord Snow”

    Game of Thrones Season 1 / Episode 3 Review (show/book) “Lord Snow”

    Welcome to Podcast #3 of “The Game of Thrones Show Review’.  We have taken steps to improve the audio equipment and editing process.  Please let us know what you think and if there is anything you can suggest that we can do differently in order to produce a better-quality podcast.  And please leave us a review on iTunes podcast.



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    Game of Thrones HBO hit TV series: Season 1 Episodes 3 - Title: "Lord Snow"



    The show adapted from the novels by George RR Martin



    Podcast Host/Co-host: Ser Jorah Blackbar; Lezzie Stoneheart



    Summary of Episode:



    The episode begins with the Starks entering King’s Landing and Eddard is summoned to a council meeting where he is told about the King’s order for the council to stage a tournament in honor of his appointment as the King’s Hand. Immediately, Ned finds out that the Robert he knew is the King he now serves.  The King is an absent King who has squandered the riches of the realm.



    Following the Small Council meeting, Eddard learns that Catelyn has snuck into King’s Landing and is waiting to speak to him about an urgent matter.  After being taken to a brothel by Little Finger, Catelyn shows him the dagger that the assassin tried to use on Bran. Little Finger says he recognizes the blade as the one he lost to Tyrion in a bet at the tournament on Joffrey’s name day.



    Next, we see Ned joining his daughters for a meal but Arya is quickly sent to her room by the scepter for stabbing her food and claiming it was practice for the Prince.  Ned gives a gift to Sansa where she quickly rebuts his attempt to cheer her up and leaves.  Ned then goes to speak to Arya where he finds her practicing with Needle, the sword Jon gave her before his departure to the Night’s Watch. Arya claims she has no desire to become a “proper” lady like her sister Sansa.  She wants to learn to sword fight.  She soon begins training with Master Braavosi swordsman Syrio Forel where he instructs her on the art of Water Dancing.



    Cersei shares a heart to heart with the Prince where she schools him on the tactics of ruling a kingdom and destroying your enemies, as well as taking Sansa as his wife (in name only).  All I can say is the Parenting skills of Westeros leaves a lot to be desired.



    Jon Snow begins to understand the harsh reality of serving in the Night’s Watch when he realizes that, unlike him, most of the recruits are untrained criminals who were forced into service, and everyone except Tyrion Lannister has lied to him about the Watch. He begins to build friendships at the wall and meets Sam, a fat craven from a noble house. Uncle Benjen leaves on a ranging and Jon is not allowed to follow.



    And Bran struggles to come to terms with being paralyzed from the waist down as Lord Rob tries to hold down Winterfell while his father is away.



    As for the future Dragon Queen, we see her finding her self in the midst of constant pain.  In the early days of her arranged marriage, Daenerys is repeatedly raped by her husband but she overcomes by taking power in the only way she can; in her bed.  Giving Drogo something he has never had nor even thought of before, she wins his heart. Daenerys herself begins to find a spot for Drogo in her heart as well. Much of her power seems to radiate from deep inside her and her connection to her three dragon eggs.  Dany begins to come into her own as Khaleesi; a development that upsets her older brother Viserys and discovers that she is pr...

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Game of Thrones Season 1 / Episode 1 Review (show/book) “Winter is Coming”

    Game of Thrones Season 1 / Episode 1 Review (show/book) “Winter is Coming”

    Welcome to our VERY FIRST podcast for the Game of Thrones show review.  We apologize for the audio quality.  We have plans to improve our equipment and our knowledge of how to use that equipment.  Please let us know what you think and if there is anything you can suggest that we can do differently in order to produce a better-quality podcast.  And please leave us a review on iTunes podcast.  5 STARS WANTED



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    Game of Thrones HBO hit TV series: Season 1 / Episodes 1  - Title: “Winter Is Coming”



    Podcast Host/Co-host: Ser Jorah Blackbar; Lezzie Stoneheart



    Summary of Episode:



    The show begins with three men of the Night’s Watch tracking a group of Wildling Raiders. They come across the campsite, only to find that they have all been killed.  As they investigate the carnage, they find that the stories of the White Walkers are much more than just stories.  Ser Weymar Royce and Gared never get to tell the tale but Will manages to get away; Or was he allowed to get away.



    The next scene is when the Night’s Watch deserter, Will, receives the king’s justice from Lord Eddard "Ned" Stark, while his stories of White Walkers are ignored.  On their way back to Winterfell, they come across a dead direwolf who has given birth to her pups and they find all the pups are still alive.  The pups are returned to Winterfell for the Stark children to raise them as their pets; along with Jon Snow as well.  After returning home, Ned learns from his wife Catelyn that his mentor, Jon Arryn, has died in the Westeros's capital of King's Landing and that King Robert is on his way north to offer Ned the position of the King's Hand.



    Next Scene: Viserys Targaryen plans to sell his sister, Daenerys to Khal Drogo, in return for an army of Dothraki in order to win back his father’s throne.



    Next Scene: King Robert arrives at Winterfell with his wife, Queen Cersei, and other members of the Lannister family: Her twin brother Jaime, dwarf brother Tyrion, and Cersei's son and heir to the throne, 12-year-old Joffrey along with her other two children. King Robert formally offers Eddard the role of Hand of the King and suggest that his son and Ned’s daughter marry to solidify their alliance.



    Outside the feast, Jon Snow releases his frustration after not being allowed into the banquet by Catelyn Stark. His uncle Benjen Stark, First Ranger of the Night's Watch, arrives to join the feast, and Jon asks him to take him back to the Wall with him. Here, we meet Tyrion Lannister who tells Jon that he should take the insult and wear it like armor so that no one can hurt him with it. When Jon angrily asks Tyrion what he knows about it, Tyrion replies that "all dwarfs are bastards in their father's eyes."



    Eddard and Catelyn receive a letter in the night from Catelyn's sister, Lady Lysa Arryn, the widow of Jon Arryn. In the letter, Lysa says that Jon Arryn was murdered by the Lannister’s and that they plan to conspire against King Robert.



    The next morning Eddard and Robert go hunting, leaving the castle largely empty. Bran indulges in some climbing but, while climbing a broken tower, he hears someone moaning. He peers through a window and finds the queen and her brother engaged in a sexual act. Cersei spots him and warns Jaime, who grabs Bran. Jaime looks out the window to make sure nobody else is watching and only sees Summer. He turns to Bran and asks how old he is. When Bran replies "ten," Jaime remarks with a sigh, "The things I do for love." With that, he pushes Bran out of the window.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Game of Thrones Season 1 Episode 2 Review (show/book) “The King’s Road”

    Game of Thrones Season 1 Episode 2 Review (show/book) “The King’s Road”

    Welcome to our second podcast for the Game of Thrones show review.  As you will notice, the audio quality is getting a little better as we improve our equipment and our knowledge of how to use that equipment.  Please let us know what you think and if there is anything you can suggest that we can do differently in order to produce a better-quality podcast.  And please leave us a review on iTunes podcast.



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    Game of Thrones HBO hit TV series: Season 1 Episodes 2 - Title: "The King's Road"



    Podcast Host/Co-host: Ser Jorah Blackbar; Lezzie Stoneheart



    Summary of Episode:



    The episode begins with the new bride, Daenerys riding with the Dothraki and Ser Jorah Mormont saying, “it will get easier.” The scene ends with Daenerys getting help from her handmaids since her ass is sore from riding the horse, or is it from riding Drogo.



    Next scene: Tyrion awakes in a dog pen to find Prince Joffrey and the hound standing idly by. Tyrion orders Joffrey to give his sympathies to the Starks then smacks the crap out him for acting like an ass.  The scene ends with Jof running away crying like a little girl.



    Tyrion enters the banquet hall to find his older brother and sister enjoying breakfast with his niece and nephew.  He tells his siblings that Bran will live and we see the wheels in Cersei’s head rolling.



    Tyrion: “Speaking for the grotesques, I have to disagree. Death is so final, yet life is full of possibilities. I hope the boy does wake. I’d be very interested to hear what he has to say.”



    Jaime: “My dear brother, there are times you make me wonder whose side you’re on.”



    Tyrion: “My dear brother, you wound me. You know how much I love my family.”



    Tyrion’s apparently knows where the guilt lies but whether it is self-preservation or sibling love, he keeps his secret from all.



    Next Scene: Cersei tells Catelyn about losing her own child. It’s not clear whether this is real compassion or is she simply playing a role.



    Next Scene: Arya is getting packed for her trip to King’s Landing and is visited by her half brother, Jon Snow, who gives her a sword she’ll call Needle. Jon gives her the first lesson of sword fighting, “Snow also offers some fighting, “Stick them with the pointy end.”



    Over in Bran’s room, Catelyn is making a voodoo doll for Jon Snow when speak of the devil walks in to tenderly says goodbye to Bran.  She tells Jon to leave and he does so after saying his goodbyes.



    Next Scene: Ned says farewell to his bastard: “You may not have my name, but you have my blood.”  Yes, it is our first gay moment of the show but not the last. Later, Ned and Robert stop for a picnic while reminiscing over all the hoe’s they loved before.  Here, King Robert tells Ned about having just learned of Dany’s wedding to Drogo. As a “wedding gift,” the king suggests “a sharp knife and bold man to wield it”, but Ned is firmly against the idea.



    Next Scene: Daenerys is getting pounded by Drogo while she stares at her dragon eggs; no doubt, dreaming of cutting off Drogo’s eggs in his sleep.



    Next Scene: Robb Stark complains to Catelyn about being a terrible mother to Rickon, but then he has to rush away when a fire breaks out in the distance. Then an assassin creeps into Bran’s room: “You’re not supposed to be here, no one’s supposed to be here.” He lunges but Catelyn grabs the knife (and that looks super painful) and she’s knocked to the floor but the wolf comes to the rescue and tears the assassin’s neck apart.

    • 1 hr 21 min

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