Why I Quit The Walking Dead

I can pinpoint the exact moment when I questioned my loyalty to The Walking Dead. November 30th 2014 was the mid-season finale, Beth dies, Daryl carries her lifeless body in his arms, Maggie arrives in slow motion to see her dead sister, sad story, soul crushed forever. My loyalty didn’t falter because someone died, that happens all the time on this show. It was the way the writers built up to Beth’s storyline, spending half the season ‘looking’ for her, and then conveniently killing her off in the mid-season finale.

walkingdead-biggestfan-memeAnd I totally understand, nobody is immune to dying, obviously this is the zombie apocalypse, people are dropping like flies, but why do some deaths feel more justified than others? Hershel, Lori, Tyrese, Noah were all deaths that made sense, or felt right when they happened, sorry Noah we just didn’t care about you. But with Beth dying, it felt like the writers needed a big bang for the mid-season finale.

Fast forward a few months later, much to the dismay of my watercooler chatters, I kept watching TWD but always with a wary eye. I knew a sh***y cliff-hanger finale was just around the corner and I wasn’t going to be fooled again.

I wasn’t fooled when Glenn got caught in the swivel door with Noah and the writers tried to get us to believe Glenn was going to die in a swivel door! Or, that they even assumed killing off Noah would create a stir in all of our hearts. Um, let’s just take in Beth died because of Noah, so frankly, I salute those zombies that chewed Noah’s face off. Boy, bye.

And then it happened again, the notorious mid-season finale cliff-hanger, with Glenn and Nick on the dumpster. Don’t even get me started on this scene, we’ve ranted enough about it in a previous post. But did they actually think we thought Glenn would die? Yes, because they’re banking on their Walking Dead fans to fall for cheapy cliff hangers. Nick blows his brains out, Glenn falls into the swarm of zombies and cut to black because it’s the mid-season final and everybody is freaking out because Glenn might be dead. Fast forward a few months and a f few overtly ambiguous Walking Dead promos later, and Glenn magically escapes the dumpster after hiding from a hundred zombies. Okay, now he decides to go back home.


But he’s not out of the danger zone just yet, the writers want to keep him in the danger zone a little longer because we’re halfway through the back end of the season and nothing crazy has happened so almost killing Glenn again is what they’re going to do, again. But he fights his way out again! He prevails, all while his baby momma watches. Maggie is basically us, the audience, watching and being like ‘is this going to end on another cliff hanger though?’

Now that leaves us with the Negan season finale, and just when you think the writers are going to give the fans everything, it cuts to black and that’s it. We have to wait six months to see who Negan’s going to kill? And then on top of that shi***y ending, claim that the ending was ‘the end of one story and next season will be the beginning of another story’. That wasn’t an ending that was like a ‘to be continued’ just call it like it is Scott M. Gimple.

But nevertheless, the cast and crew of The Walking Dead insist this season will be the season of all seasons, it will be the ‘craziest season yet’, ‘you haven’t seen crazy until you see Negan crazy’. No, I’ve definitely seen crazy, I’ve seen Cersei so crazy she blows up half the friggin’ cast of Game of Thrones while they’re in church. I’ve seen crazy, just not on your show.

And that’s why I’m never watching The Walking Dead ever again, I admit I’ll be there to see who Negan finally kills (sorry Glenn, and possibly Maggie) but I doubt I’ll be there every Sunday night. To be honest, I’d rather be with Blac Chyna and Rob on E!

Also, the  Walking Dead crew should stop comparing themselves to the Game of Thrones production, the smaller budget and longer season never stopped them from reaching ratings heights before, so get your sh** together Scott.M Gimple and stop whining.


PITCH: ‘The Interim’ Recap

I just finished watching the second episode of FOX’s new baseball drama, Pitch, and I have to say, I’m really loving it. If you don’t already know, the story is about Ginny Baker the first woman to ever make it into professional baseball. When I first heard about the Pilot, there was no way I thought this show would be as good as it is, like that premise already sounds so cheesy. But really people, so far they’ve been doing everything right and here’s why.

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Kylie Bunbury aka Ginny Baker

I think for any new show, you need that one face, that one actor that’s going to make it all click and really convince the audience this is a real thing. For newcomer Kylie Bunbury she plays the role of Ginny perfectly. I don’t know how or where they found this girl, but she is truly perfect in this role. In the second episode, “The Interim”, we see Ginny come out of her shell a little more, with having to stand up for her coach (who made some sexist comment a few years back) and she really has to fight for her spot in the guy’s locker room. Obviously, she’s not there yet, she has to change behind a curtain at away games, but the show brings up the theme of men and women living equally without it sounding too feminist-y. It could’ve been easy for the writers to take the show in that direction, but they constantly keep Ginny and the rest of her crew in the middle area that introduces different themes.

The Media


They play a huge role in Pitch, if I’m not mistaken some of the segments they show on the TV are actual hosts from sports programs, and they’ve used the reporters in the show to cover Ginny and the Padre’s story. If you’re at all interested in the sports world, it really throws you into the chaos that is the media and how much power they have over the coaching staff, and the players. Also, we learn that Mike Lawson played by Mark Paul Gosselaar was previously married to one of the sports reporters, and he basically tells her he’s about to retire so he’s down to make it work, but she’s all like ‘no I got engaged so I’m over you’

The Team and The Baseball Wife

So one of the things that I’m loving with this show is how you think something’s going one way, but then the writers take you in a completely different direction, and that’s really exciting. So much of TV now is predictable (Scandal, Pretty Little Liars) it’s nice to be thrown a curve ball and have us on our toes. The first character that threw me off was Evelyn Sanders who is Blip Sanders’ wife. I just thought she’d be some next baseball wife, but they’re already shaping her character to be this really funny, supportive and loving wife. I’m sure some drama is going to happen later in the season with Ginny, but she’s cool and they could’ve used the archetype for her role but they didn’t.

The entire team is mixed with different opinions, most of the guys are against Ginny, but it seemed like by the end of the second episode, the team was coming together and enjoyed dancing with G-baby (Hardball reference). It’s not going to be a one episode thing, where magically all the guys are cool with her being on the team, but it’ll be exciting to see how each player connects and embraces her. Or maybe they don’t, at least she’s got MPG and his beard on her side.

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Part of Ginny’s team is her agent/PR person, Amelia, played by Ali Larter. She kills it, she’s like the Ari Gold of Pitch, and in the second episode we see a little more about her past and how she got around to signing Ginny. There was a second where I questioned Amelia, and how much time she spends on Ginny, because she’s always around. Like, doesn’t she have other clients? and then we find out the truth at the end of the episode. We see Amelia’s flashback and know that she needed Ginny just as much as Ginny needed Amelia. Just when you think Amelia is about to come clean and open up to Ginny, she gives her the excuse that ‘she needed her’ and that’s the end of that, for now.

Most jaw dropping moment!

It doesn’t even involve Ginny, but it happens at the end of episode two when MPG’s character walks out of the hotel club and spots Amelia at the bar. Literally, nothing is said, he gives her this sexy look and walks over to her, sits down, she closes her MacBook, and they just look at each other, and it cuts to black. It was such a sexy scene and there was literally no sex involved. Jaw dropped and now I’m excited for episode three.


Fall TV Preview: What to Watch

We’re back from summer hiatus along with some of our favourite shows. Here is our fall tv preview and what we think of some of these new additions. Basically this is our ‘if you’re not watching you should definitely be watching’ list.



Probably the most talked about show this fall, it premiered on HBO last Sunday, and everyone’s dubbing it ‘the new Game of Thrones’ Okay, it’s probably the farthest thing from the Game of Thrones world, but it’s an HBO production, and let me tell you they did not cheap out on this one. If you were a fan of the Matrix movies, you’ll most likely be a fan of Westworld. I, however, was not a Matrix fan nor am I remotely interested in anything sci-fi. BUT, I enjoyed every second of the premiere and I am officially obsessed. If you’re down for a show that requires attention but pays it forward with a boat load of Easter eggs, this is the show for you.





Okay we’re leaving HBO for cheaper television, but hey, there’s still some good stuff on here. Pitch is the story of the first female baseball player to enter the male professional baseball world. I know it sounds so cheesy and I was so not going to watch this show, but I was pleasantly surprised.


They put you right into the world of ‘her’ on her first professional game day experience, and it all seems so wild you’re intrigued by this new world. The writing is witty and empowering. It’s a feminist show without being a feminist show – does that make sense ? ‘Her’ name is Ginny Baker played by Kylie Bunbury and she slays (sorry I couldn’t find another word okaaay), she finds the perfect balance between cocky sports player and vulnerable rookie.There’s also a lineup of good actors, Ali Larter plays her agent and is basically the female version of Ari Gold. Mark Consuelos plays the manager of the baseball team and he’s meh.  Then you have bearded Zach Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) playing the A-list sports star of the team. He looks really old compared to her. In typical fashion, she’ll probably have a romance with him but I’m really hoping she doesn’t because this is 2016, there’s a girl playing baseball with a bunch of guys and we’re doing something different! So no more predictable storylines – I’m looking at you deceased family members!

Scream Queens


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I’m someone who considers Ryan Murphy and his crew Jesus and his disciples. Seriously, that crew just know how to make relevant and good TV. Scream Queens was one of my favourite shows last fall, and with a promise that each season will be a different ‘setting’ you naturally stick around to see what’s next. This season we find all our favourite peeps plus some new ones at C.U.R.E  – a medical institution that Dean Munsch opens because she’s basically filthy rich and wants to change the health care system. But also you know she’s got some secret plan. Oh and there’s a green monster this time around haunting the halls of the hospital. My favourite security enforcement solutions officer is back (Niecy Nash), newly graduated from Quantico (I died) she’s all about finding the killer, who she still thinks is Zayday (Keke Palmer). I was laughing through this entire write up, they kill me.

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I feel like I’m just going down the TV totem pole here, but considering half of television is reality television and half the universe is Kardashian, it’s only fitting Rob’s new show is on here. Seriously, I loved Rob, and then he got all sad and disappeared and I missed him! But now he’s back, he definitely still has issues and I have no idea how he’s about to be a parent but hopefully Scott can give him a few pointers. (Sarcasm) Also, Chyna’s pretty cool. Here’s to hoping Kylie does in fact realize things this year and actually makes a mends with both her boyfriend and brothers’ baby mama. Guys don’t judge me, I want to see him win! (Oprah voice)


How to Get Away with Murder


Like I feel like at this point we pretty much know how to get away with murder, now in its third season the drama seems to be repeating itself just a tad but we’re giving V-Davis and crew  a chance. Frank is crazy – let’s just call it like it is. He’s friggin hot as hell but he crazy, and with his new haircut he looks even crazier. Honestly, sometimes the drama is just too next level on this show, but now I kinda wanna see Laurel and Wes have a thing. Also, more flashbacks from the season premiere, V’s house gets burned down and someone doesn’t make it. My money’s on Billy Brown. Stay tuned, because if you don’t you’re gong to get confused with all those time jumps.

Let us know of your favourite shows this Fall season and we will get on them!


Last night was the season six finale of Game of Thrones titled “Winds of Winter”, and a long with winter came a boat load (pun intended) of other things.

Seriously, best season finale ever, probably one of the best episodes the entire series has ever had. How they fit all of this into that, we’ll never know, just watch the episode, please. And then listen to our recap below.

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Check out our podcast recap on this week’s episode of Game of Thrones ‘Battle of the Bastards’

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Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones titled ‘No One’ might have been their weakest episode of the season, but with our sights set on episode nine and ten, we reflect on how the writers have set up all these different story lines, and how they’ll unfold by the end of the season.

Listen to our podcast recap below and let us know what you think!

Here’s What Might Happen to Arya

Since Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones ‘The Broken Man’ there’s been talk about two major events. Spoiler alert: Sandor Clegane is back and alive, and he’s gonna get his kill bill on…we don’t know who is first on his list but here’s to hoping its Cersei? The other spoiler ironically goes to the person that left him for dead – Arya Stark. Arya had left the house of Black and White and is on her way out of Braavos and trying to by passage on a ship. She takes a stroll through the town one last time and is approached by a cute little old lady. Only this lady ain’t so cute and definitely not old and is actually the Whaif in disguise. She stabs Arya a few times and really jabs the knife into Arya’s stomach, Arya manages to break free and tosses herself into the water below. The Whaif seeing the bloody water decides Arya’s dead and walks away smiling.


But then Arya breaks through the water’s surface and she’s alive! But badly injured and since she has nowhere else to go she walks through the bazaar clutching her bloody stomach starring at everyone’s faces and hoping the Whaif isn’t one of them to finish her off.

So that’s where we leave off with Arya, BUT the previews from episode 8 do show Arya jumping off a building and in the description it says ‘Arya is not alone’. Either way people, she’s alive. Our girls going to be okay. But while we wait to see what actually happens, let’s dive into the many theories of Arya Stark.

Theory #1 – Jaqen H’ghar

I mean the dude has an apostrophe in his name so you really don’t know what to expect from him. With those baby blue eyes, he’s like the Justin Bobby of Game of Thrones, one minute he’s evil and breaking your heart, and the other minute he’s scooping you up on his motorcycle and saving you from a really bad Brandy recording session. I still believe Jaqen H’ghar will come through for Arya, I don’t believe that he’s going to let her die after everything they’ve been through. I think the Whaif is pure evil and I’ll be completely surprised if Jaqen let’s that bi*** survive. You know, I just never saw Jaqen as a villain, as someone who would quickly turn his back on our girl, but I mean she did mess up a few times so maybe he’s done with her.

Theory #2- Arya Wasn’t Really Arya

People everywhere are going cray because let’s face it Arya > Sansa and everybody is freaking out right now. It’s hard for me to believe Arya would be walking around town and not having her eyes out for the Whaif. She knows she’s on Jaqens hit list now. Some people are saying that Arya could’ve been using one of the faces, so the person the Whaif stabbed wasn’t really Arya. But here’s what doesn’t make sense with this theory. If she really was using someone else’s face I think the writers would’ve went hard and then just killed fake Arya, maybe finished the episode with the shot of the bloody water. Why not use that Ace card if you can totally bring her back? (Maybe because this show isn’t as lame as The Walking Dead and Glenn doesn’t fake die 30 times) So there’s that, but also I think within her story, the stabbing adds a different type of struggle, we’ve never seen Arya this badly hurt, she’s always been able to count on herself but now she’ll have to find someone to help her out. (I find this theme resonates with the rest of her siblings as Bran was rescued by Benjen and Sansa connected with Jon.) It’s come to a point in all the Starks’ journeys where they can no longer make it on their own, they’re going to need outside help, and I think if you see the importance of that, then this theory might not add up.

Theory #3- She’ll Be Saved By the Play Actors

So I didn’t realize this until an interview with DB/DW that the play within a play scenes in Braavos are actually really important. I just figured it was a satirical way of looking at the events of the show and Arya happens to have to kill fake Cersei. But seeing how Arya stopped fake Cersei from dying, she might be the only person in Braavos that might actually want to help Arya and have the means to do it. Also how beautiful the irony would be that in the end fake Cersei ends up being the one to save Arya. It definitely is a believable theory, just look at Jon and his wildling friends. He decided to save them how many seasons back and they still stand behind him now. It just goes to show that any good deed isn’t forgotten in GGRM’s world, you just might have to wait a LONG time before you get something good.

Theory #4 – Syrio Forel

So fans everywhere are losing their sh** because last week we saw Sandor Clegane return from the dead, well he wasn’t really dead, he just never ended up dying. Which is also important to remember that it’s really, really hard to kill a Clegane brother. Now, people are believing in the power of ‘I need to see it to believe it’ which basically means we never saw Arya’s trainer Syrio Forel (who was from Braavos) actually die. We just heard clanging of swords from him and the night’s guard and we just assumed he was dead. I mean the dude was literally holding a wooden stick and was up against like 3 guards in full armour. In my opinion, I think he is dead, but again we didn’t see it happen so we don’t know. But that connection could still be there in Braavos, she could run into his wife or kid or something, but I just don’t know how they would know who she is / how she would know who they are. As I mentioned the description for episode 8 says something about ‘Arya is not alone’ and for some reason every time I say that in my head I hear Syrio’s voice, so maybe.

Theory #5 – Samwell Tarly

That is all I’m going to say about that.

Whatever happens, or whoever happens I think Arya will definitely make it through. I can’t imagine the writers killing her off now, there’s just so much more we expect from her. I’m still waiting on the day she meets Khaleesi. That will be like my Drake showing up on stage at a Rihanna concert, which did happen and I did see it, so Arya, get to werk.


A lot of Game of Thrones fans were disappointed with this week’s episode titled, ‘The Broken Man’ mostly because it did seem like a filler episode that basically spent the hour setting everything up for the remainder of the season. Having said that, there were still so many good moments throughout the hour – and one very special appearance from someone who we assumed was left for dead. Also Lady Olenna absolutely demolished Cersei with the greatest monologue of all time. OF ALL TIME!

No Spoilers here – but listen to our recap podcast and join the discussion!

Game of Thrones: 10 Moments You Never Saw Coming

If you’re a Game of Thrones junkie like myself, you’re probably dealing with a mild case of anxiety at the fact that we’re already coming up on episode 7 of season 6!! Where did the season go? Where is the season going? And most importantly, when is the hookup between Tormund and Brienne going to happen?

In my junkie opinion, I think this is the best season of Thrones to date. Since the season opener, each episode has brought us uber jaw dropping moments. Yes, even last week’s episode ‘Blood of My Blood’ had its ‘omg no waaaaaaay’ moment with the return of Benjen Stark. But some moments were more predictable than others.  Like the return of Jon Snow, realistically we all knew this was going to happen it was just a matter of when it was going to happen. Or even psychotic Ramsay killing his father Roose, come on you had to know that was going to happen. Still, for every moment that we sort of maybe knew what was going to happen, there were moments and scenes that were utterly jaw dropping, spine chilling, and totally caught us off guard.

Here are the top 10 moments we never saw coming (mind you the season isn’t over):

10. Greyjoys forced out of the Iron Island:

I have to say thank you to Theon for saving our Sansa and helping her escape from Ramsay, and I also understand why he had to leave for home right away. Then seeing him arrive at the Iron Islands and then hearing him vouch for his sister as Queen made me forget all the bad things he’s done. I always figured him and his sister would rule the Iron Islands together and assist Sansa/a Stark in whatever they may need in the future. It was a huge curve ball to see Theon and his sister fleeing their home on their boats heading to what I hope is somewhere close to Khaleesi. The Greyjoy and Khaleesi connection would be insanely cool, obviously girl power, but it’s something that I never, ever thought could happen.



9. Tormund the Wildling and Brienne of Tarth:

But really how cute are they? I know everyone has been going wild for the wildling and his future bae, but is this an actual storyline? Or is it all just to have a little fun with the viewers? Seriously, I’m hoping she legit falls in love with Tormund and they rule the wilding crew together, which yeah would be pretty friggin’ awesome and something completely out of left field. Also, Tormund is pretty much the hottest character on the show, I’ve been calling him a lumbersexual since he graced my screen, so good for your Brienne, get it.


8. Mad King sighting:

The Mad King sighting in Bran’s vision was something I never expected to see. But with all these cool flashbacks this season, we’re getting a brief glimpse into the history of Westeros. As a book reader I always tried to picture what the Mad King and Rhaegar Targaryen looked like, so I was super excited about that. I’m still waiting to see Rhaegar and Lyanna.

7. Bran’s Power:

Going into season six we knew Bran was going to play a big role, we knew that he would eventually be the three eyed raven, but we didn’t really know what that meant. And even though we still don’t know the extent of his power, we do know that he has the ability to change/rewrite the past to affect the future. I expected Bran to play a big role, but I definitely didn’t expect this much to happen with him, and I definitely didn’t see him having the power to rewrite the past! Very cool.


6. Sansa taking a sip of that Lemonade:

Nobody really knew what was to come of Sansa this season. We didn’t even know if her and Theon would survive that jump from the Winterfell walls. So to see her in this boss ass bi*** role, takin’ a sip of Beyonce’s Lemonade, she’s all sassed out and ready to rule. Plus the scene with Brienne pledging her sword to Sansa was so damn beautiful.  I definitely didn’t see this coming, especially this quickly.

5. Dying direwolves:

It’s always sad to see your favourite characters get axed on Thrones but to see the Stark direwolves get slaughtered is even more heartbreaking. First Rickon’s wolf gets beheaded and given to Ramsay, and then Bran’s Summer jumps into a mosh pit of wights and basically kills herself. What was she thinking? Ugh so loyal. But now we’re left with Jon’s Ghost and Arya’s Nymeria wherever she is. I put this in at number 5 because I think the fate of these wolves might sync with the fate of their owners.

4. Khaleesi and the Khalasar:

So with Khaleesi it’s a little different, because she’s always been a fan favourite, like Jon Snow. Everyone knew Jon Snow was going to come back, it’s just a matter of when and how. Same with Khaleesi, we were left with her being surrounded by the Khalasar at the end of last season without her dragons. And as a diehard Khaleesi fan I was okay with seeing her have to brave it out without her advisors or dragons. She was on her own for this one, and I knew obviously that she would find her way out. I just didn’t think she would legit burn her way out by murdering all the Khal’s, and then basically convincing the entire tribe to join her in taking over Westeros. I mean we’re only six episodes deep and there have already been these amazing, powerful scenes. Khaleesi and the Vaes Dothrak scene with the fire is probably top ten greatest moments of ALL TIME. There was just so much power and so much awe by the khalasar, and even us the viewers, I don’t think anyone expected it to happen at that magnitude. And more so, you’re like what can possibly top that?

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3. Jon Snow / Sansa reunion:

This entire show you’re literally waiting for your favourite characters to line up. For them to finally meet in the middle and have their epic journeys intersect. Getting to see the Jon Snow/Sansa reunion right after Jon Snow just came back from the dead, was the greatest gift from God aka David Benioff and D.B Weiss. Jaw dropping, spine chilling, heartwarming, a tear jerking moment that we’ve waiting years for. And it really wasn’t expected, yes they were both in the North, but where last season ended off, I don’t think anyone could’ve predicted this reunion to happen.


2. Benjen Stark as Coldhands:

So I got a lot of feedback from people who said they didn’t really enjoy last week’s ‘Blood of My Blood’ episode. Because, yeah in comparison to the rest of the season it wasn’t as turnt up, maybe because of King’s Landing? (Side note: I literally avoided the entire King’s Landing story in this post because honestly who cares about the high sparrow) Anyways, something major did happen in episode six and hello his name is Benjen Stark. Remember Ned Stark’s brother from the Night’s Watch who went missing right around the time Jon Snow joined the night’s watch? Benjen was the reason why Jon joined in the first place. Anywho, I never wrote Benjen off, we all should’ve expected him to be lurking at some point during this storyline, and sure enough he comes to Bran’s aid right at the last second. There’s always a twist, and when the show revealed that it was Benjen under the cloak, we also find out that he isn’t full human. He was left for dead by the white walkers, and then the children of God brought him back to life by sort of making him into a white walker. So now he’s stuck in this middle form of a human/white walker and apparently there was a character in the book called Coldhands, so people are assuming those two characters have now been meshed together. Don’t know what that really entails, but I’m excited to find out.

1. Hodor – ‘Hold the Door’:

We always figured his name must mean something, there has to be a reason why all he can pronounce is ‘Hodor’ but what we didn’t know was that his name actually meant something else, something much more powerful and something that would save Bran and Meera’s life. The moment when Meera calls out to Hodor to hold the door, I had chills and it just clicked that his name really meant hold the door. What was even more powerful was that Bran had caused this all, and Hodor’s fate had been written all those years ago in Winterfell. Probably one of the most beautiful moments of the entire series thus far, I’m pretty sure everyone was bawling their eyes out when Hodor sacrificed himself to save his friends. Ugh.

So you see now, there hasn’t been one dull moment this season, each episode has been filled with excitement (minus King’s Landing) and I can guarantee you it’s not going to slow down. There are still a few predictions I have for this season, things that I think will completely shift the show.

Battle at Riverrun: So there’s a few main characters that are headed to intersect at this small castle, Jamie is headed that way, so is Brienne, but they will be on opposing sides. Does this call for a battle scene? Mini battle scene? Mini battle scene Brienne and Jamie? I think the biggest battle scene of the season might go to Jon Snow and Ramsay, so they may hold off on Riverrun for now, but it still might lead to Jamie’s demise, which would then put Cersei in the most vulnerable position because literally she has nobody else. Her son literally just became the son of a preacher man. So boy bye.

 Cersei’s trial by combat: I think is going to be one of the biggest moments of the season. She’s already told Jamie that she’s going to use the mountain and it just seems rather lucky that once again he’s in the battle circle. Maybe this time his luck will run out if he’s up against a certain family member of his who we really don’t know died or not?

Tower of Joy scene: I’m still crossing my fingers hoping we get to see this scene that almost happened in Bran’s flashbacks. Obviously this scene would be huge, we would get to see Lyanna, dead or alive, and hopefully solve this whole R+L=J  equation.

What do you guys think? Are there any other moments that were shocking to you?


This week’s episode of Game of Thrones delivered arguably the saddest moment of the season yet. I won’t get into details here, but listen to our podcast as we recap and analyze episode 5 titled ‘The Door’. Hint: It has something to do with Hodor.


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