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The Podcast That Drinks and Knows Things. Hosts Luke, Glenn, and Ben are joined by First-Time-Watcher-On-The-Wall Abby for a Game of Thrones podcast focused on drinking and some knowing.

The Podcast That Drinks and Knows Things - A Game of Thrones Podcast The Podcast That Drinks and Knows Things - A Game of Thrones Podcast

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    • 4.2, 28 Ratings

The Podcast That Drinks and Knows Things. Hosts Luke, Glenn, and Ben are joined by First-Time-Watcher-On-The-Wall Abby for a Game of Thrones podcast focused on drinking and some knowing.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

JonPacNW ,

True to title

You can literally hear them drinking and “knowing” more and more through the episodes. Super fun pod. Abby, Glen, Benji, and Luke all balance each other out so well it’s legit like listening to the ninja turtles discuss TV (and I mean that in the best way possible)!

Slytherins error ,

Wednesday mornings at work are so much more fun

I have been listening to the Podcast that drinks and knows things for quite some time now. They are a great group that are pretty knowledgable about the show and book series. I've read the books multiple times and have been through the series a couple of times and this is a fun way to get new perspectives, especially from the first time watcher who surprisingly catches on to a lot of things even I missed my first couple times through.

If you enjoy listening to a fun group who don't take themselves too seriously but take the time to explain and flesh out things without spoiling anything, then this is the show for you.

Also if you can catch one of their livestreams on youtube, as they record the episode it makes it that much better because they interact live with the chat, and I'll be honest its fun watching and getting a little drunk along with them.

Holby812 ,

It would be better if they cut the dead weight.

The dialogue is good, I like the way they go through the episode scene by scene. But. Abby. Ugh. In the episode I listened to she seemed to understand very little. At least 5 times “oh, I missed that” was said about very obvious events. An extended argument ensued because she just didn’t understand what another guy in the group was saying. I just kept wondering if she even watched parts of the show. And the several “yeeeeeaaaah” responses she received from a couple of the more knowledgeable members of the podcast seemed to affirm my frustration. And her “real time notes!” Can’t listen to a podcast that’s makes me roll my eyes so hard at one of the people.

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