GOT- “The Dance of Dragons”

dancewithdragonsAnother Sunday another Game of Thrones. We’re down to the last two episodes. And if last week was all about ice, this week brings the fire–in more ways than one. Let’s go.

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GOT- “Kill the Boy”

BN-II671_got5d_G_20150510221237Another week, another Game of Thrones–Wildlings, Stonemen and Dragons. Oh My. Oh, and that right there happens.

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GOT- “The Wars to Come”

tyron844After what seemed like forever, Game of Thrones is back! HBO’s adaptation of George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, with its feuding houses, dragons and one Khaleesi, has returned in triumphant fashion. That means of course, so have my Monday morning recaps. So let’s do this thing!

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GOT- “Oathkeeper”

jon snow oathkeeperAnother Sunday another Game of Thrones. Seems the folks at HBO have decided to create some new plot lines for the series. Throw out the book ladies, lords and minor hedge knights; Dem Thrones done gone rogue! Big huge spoilers, the size of gorillas and what not, to follow.

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GOT- “Breaker of Chains”

Tyrion imprisonedAnother Sunday another episode of Game of Thrones. The King is Dead. Long Live the King. Spoily type spoilers to follow.

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GOT- “Two Swords”

dany and drogonTwo Swords. This Sunday marked the return to HBO’s grimdark fantasy epic, A Game of Thrones. This season is based on the second-half of George RR Martin’s A Storm of Swords, book 3 in his A Song of Ice and Fire series. The first episode takes us through Westeros and the lands beyond the Narrow Sea, displaying palace intrigue, spoiled kings, Wildling cannibals and (of course) dragons. As usual, spoilers and then some.

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GOT- Valar Dohaeris- “All Men Must Serve”

valar dohaerisAll men must serve. So begins Sunday’s return to Westeros and the lands beyond the Narrow Sea in HBO’s grimdark fantasy epic, A Game of Thrones. This season is based on George RR Martin’s A Storm of Swords, book 3 in his A Song of Ice and Fire series. Aptly named, the episode spends a great deal of time telling us the fate of would be kings, rulers and queens to come. As usual, spoilers and then some.

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