The world's most niche "Game of Thrones" podcast. We're talking Brienne of Tarth, Jamie Lannister, and Brienne of Tarth and Jaime Lannister — and that's it. Join us for season 8.
Episode 7 - Emmy Noms, Comic Con & Please Put Nik And Gwen In A Rom Com
It’s a bonus episode! Two months after the “Game of Thrones” finale, Victoria and Sharada talk about the Emmy nominations, including whether Gwendoline Christie could win. We chat about Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s many Jaime and Brienne opinions and why they are a bit contradictory and sometimes wrong (but why we know he’ll always be a Braime). Sharada defends Victoria for defending Jaime Lannister (while Brienne of Tarth never needs defending). Plus we pitch some more projects for Gwen and Nik to do together!
Also Victoria realized while editing that she said Missandei instead of Melisandre please don’t flame me!
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Episode 6 - The Iron Throne
The end is here. Victoria and Sharada recap "Game of Thrones" season 8, episode 6. Jaime is actually dead. Brienne is Lord Commander of the Kingsguard. None of this is completely satisfactory, but it could be worse? Gwendoline Christie and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau's performances remain unimpeachable (though Sharada has some opinions about Nik's opinions). Plus: Is Cersei abusive? Is Jaime tragic? Why didn't Brienne have a scene with Sansa?
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Episode 5 - The Bells
Victoria and Sharada recap "Game of Thrones" season 8 episode 5, "The Bells." Sharada actually defends the Jaime plot. Victoria does not. Both of us think Brienne's name should've come up at least once. Also, is Euron Greyjoy the best fighter in the Seven Kingdoms?
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Episode 4 - The Last Of The Starks
Victoria and Sharada recap "Game of Thrones" season 8 episode 4, but only the Jaime and Brienne parts. They have sex! Everything else is extremely bad! Even the sex wasn't that good! Why would Jaime Lannister do this to us? Why would Brienne of Tarth cry? Why is she wearing that terrible housecoat? Will they ever see each other again? Do we want them to anymore? Listen!
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Episode 3 - The Long Night
Victoria and Sharada recap “Game of Thrones” season 8 episode 3, “The Long Night” — but only the Jaime and Brienne parts. Sharada liked it a lot more than Victoria did. Victoria could only identify Jaime and Brienne by their bad haircuts. Sharada admitted that she wanted Jaime and Brienne to kiss!!! We predict what lies next for our fearsome, still living duo.
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Episode 2 - A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms
Victoria and Sharada discuss “Game of Thrones” season 8 episode 2, “A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms,” but only the Jaime and Brienne parts — which is thankfully most of the episode. Also, we talk about why Bronn and Cersei don’t have scenes together, Tormund’s comedy gold, and whether Jaime Lannister’s love for Ser Brienne of Tarth is canon now.
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They Get It
Victoria and Sharada are hilarious and not afraid to disagree, which makes for fun, dynamic conversations about the two best GoT characters of all time. If only the writers had consulted them before finishing the show...
Perfect for GoT fans
Great personalities and explanation of the show. I love how they summarize at the top of each ep- makes understanding the convo much easier (can anyone keep all of GoT in their head??). Can’t wait for more of this super niche pod!
Only watch GOT to listen to this podcast
Seriously, these two women are so funny. I don’t care about GOT at all, but I’d listen to them review and recap literally anything. They’re also incredibly smart, and provide good analyses of complicated relationships.