The PGoT pals (ft. Producer Kim) are here to celebrate the holidays by destroying S03E05 "Kissed By Fire", which was actually a decent episode! This is totally a gross one, so don't listen by the fireplace with your family. Unless they're into screaming into buttholes, in which case you can blast this over your sound system. Geodude, I choose you!
The Pod that was Promised is finally here. Prophecies are always a bit foggy anyway. Today your two favorite rudos try to remember S03E04, "And Now His Watch Is Ended". Spoilers, Tywin absolutely destroys a family member and Theon hates his life. Some things never change. Except the Payne family crest. That should probably change. See you (sometime) soon for the holiday special!
As always, thanks to our faithful viewers for coming up with episode titles for us. This week the PGoT twins talk about S03E03, "Walk of Punishment". There's one sick boy so we crammed all your favorite goofs in as fast as we could! This includes my favorite bit, "keyboard sounds and no talking at all". Come for the wolf cookies, stay for the dirtbike tricks.
Your PGoT pals are back with bellies full of sloppy beef and heads full of bad new goofs. This week we take on S03E02, "Dark Wings, Dark Words." Though our show has no content, this episode was full of it! Sorry for the 20 minutes of crossbow sex. Hey, if it's good enough for Frank, it's good enough for me.
We may be into season 3, but season 1 CGI has never been stronger. Today the PGoT boys are talking about S3E1, "Valar Dohaeris". If you're into walking through poopie mud, potato onion men, and vampire lords, this is the show for you. If you're looking for comedy, you might want to try your chances somewhere else.
(Season 3 intro theme from https://youtu.be/rM8GbQQNH2o)
Who do we hate? Dany! Robb! Dagmer Cleftjaw! Basically anyone who isn't Jason Momoa or the Taco Queen. It's the end of a barely memorable season with S2E10, "Valar Morghulis". Why didn't the Tyrells get more glory for helping? Why is this the worst Stannis scene of all time? Who is Rickon? Maybe we'll find out in the next couple of seasons (aka the good ones!) Slap on those headphones for a listen, and keep that evil finger away from me.
New demonic focus testing technologies have helped us confirmed this is a real knee-slapper of an episode! Today we talk about, you know, war. It's S2E9, "Blackwater", and Davos being blasted away is the best thing to ever happen. We also discuss GRRM fitting the entirety of his character development in one episode and where Bronn's nose goes, but mostly we wonder how many horses Tywin can ride at once. Luckily you'll simply have to listen to this episode, so snakes won't manifest in your house after answering the worst question of all time.
We hit the big 2-0! This week's PGoT is a Halloween tour-de-force, talking all things spooky such as sex with boots on, psychic mermaids and New Jersey's Mischief Night. Oh, also S2E8, "The Prince of Winterfell." Let's be honest, everyone is just phoning it in from here until Blackwater. Don't get your pumpkins smashed!
Ah, the Thirteen of Quarth...Stinky Pete...Lollipop...Kyle Gass...so much lore. This week we'll be talking about S2E7, "A Man Without Honor." They do the thing when they say the title in this one! Highlights include in depth walnut discussion and the annual roast of Dagmer Cleftjaw, but we're really just in it to talk about Jon's stones. May the Croner watch over you.
Turns out, it's pretty comfy north of the wall. Ygritte Expert/Producer Kim joins the Brotherhood Without Manners this week to talk about S2E6, "The Old Gods and the New". Dany yells the thing! Jon does parkour! Theon fucks up! Put your bad dreams aside and take a listen to this audio wonder.
Static. Disconnects. Volume. All of these issues but the Postgame of Thrones boys can't be stopped! This week we (attempt) to talk about S2S5, "The Ghost of Harrenhal". We mostly talk about what a Mary Sue Jaquen H'ghar is while still loving him, more of Tywin Lannister's Powerful Eyes and butcher Xaro Xhoan Daxos' name. Come for the Warg of the Week, stay for the connection issues.
(Sorry for last week! About 2 minutes were cut off the start of the episode, but just like Johnathan Cena, we will never give up.)
Bran dreams. Theon drowns. Welcome back to Postgame of Thrones! Today we're talking about S2E3, "What Is Dead May Never Die". In between all the terrible technical errors that make us sure never to record on a Sunday again, we talk about the best Pycelle scene in history, The Riddle of the Eunuch, and Sam's unidentifiable gift. Be sure to pay your gardener!
We interviewed 100 people and asked them: name one thing that isn't a horse. Welcome back to PGoT! This week we're taking on S2E2, "The Night Lands". It's said once in the episode, that's why its the title. Other topics of discussion involve indisputable "Varys=Merman" proof, Stannis seeing his first boobie ever, and Littlefinger's Fucknasium Viewfinder. What is dead may never die! Or something like that.
Season 2! The Brotherhood Without Manners are keeping it strong, as we get started with S2E1, "The North Remembers". Fans have been waiting with bated breath for the appearance of the Onion Knight...welp, be careful what you wish for! Though the seasons may change, Dany continues to stare into the distance. Maybe she's just trying to look through the shadows....of Ashaaaaaaai. Enjoy the new intro theme!
La lariula pesce fritt’e baccala/
Uei cumpa no calamare c’eggi’accatta!
Da kinginda norf! The Brotherhood Without Manners accomplished the unthinkable and discussed an entire reason of Game of Thrones. This week we close out season 1, talking about S1E10, "Fire and Blood". Tyrion may have won an Emmy for this show, but the lifetime achievement award should go to Mirri Maz Dur. We also talk about Sam's selling, Jorah's pizza face, and Rickon's disapparation skills. Oh, time travel too. Time travel baby swapping. Confirmed!
The two raddest dudes this side of the Trident are comin' at ya hot this week to talk about S1E9, Baelor. There aren't as many "losing your head" jokes as you'd expect! There are, however, as many "Syiro exists and doesn't exist" theories as you would expect. In between that, we talk about Robb being a horny teenager and Jason Momoa collapsing into himself because he's unable to destroy everything around him. Also: what would you do if you were Ned? Most likely, absolutely anything else.
The top two toilet boys (and sporadic background guest Kim, in her biggest role yet) in Westeros are back this week to talk about S1E8 of Game of Thrones, "The Pointy End". Sure, we talk about the episode and how it was written by GRRM himself, but mostly discuss our fanfics, having panic attacks in front of famous people, and what all of Westeros would do if they had the internet. After great deliberation, this episode has been rated as a cumulative ten.
Postgame of Thrones has hit double digits! No one thought it could be done, but here we are. And here we will be. Forever. Please end this show.
In this episode Brooks and Eddy discuss S1E7, "You Win or you Die", mostly making fun of Ned's absolutely terrible decisions. And Renly's terrible decisions. And Jay-Z's verse on the Kanye West song "Monster". This podcast is about Game of Thrones.
The PGoT crew is comin' at ya hot with some (hopefully) better sounding quality this episode! It was a disaster to record so I hope you appreciate it. In the discussion of S1E6, "A Golden Crown", the cast can't stop talking about all the totally metal stuff that happens in this episode. Sansa turns Septa Mordane to dust. Khal Drogo has selective roasting related English abilities. Tyrion performs at the Apollo. All this, plus the strongest animal to ever live, on this episode of Postgame of Thrones! - This message has been approved by Ted Cruz.
The long winter is over, and the Postgame of Thrones crew is finally back. We're joined by friend of the show Matt to discuss Varys' slime trails, Theon's bepis and Lysa's bobbies. What kind of hair did your dad have in the 70's?
As you can probably see from the length and title of this recording, there won't be a full episode this week! Blame the king. We'll be back next week to talk about S1E5, "The Wolf and the Lion".
The Postgame of Thrones boys are back with the classic lineup of your two favorite Super Megasons. After watching S1E4, "Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things", we can't help but realize how the Lannisters are genuinely the biggest dickheads in the world. By the way, has Littlefinger whispered into your ear recently? He's a very sneaky man. Just incase you didn't notice. See that boy riding his bike across the street? Secrets. Be sure to tell your parents what a podcast is before you start listening to this, since they're very likely to interrupt you.
(Episodes 0-4 can be found at http://postgameofthrones.podomatic.com)
The Postgame of Thrones council is back once again, with the hottest of hot takes and theories. There's a new applicant for the Master of Ships, and several focus tested jokes about it. Pypperoons. Secret watermelons. Theon's Ron Paul boat. S1E3 - "Lord Snow" has it all. Have you checked if you're a merling recently? It's more likely than you think. #NotAllLannisters
(Episodes 0-4 can be found at http://postgameofthrones.podomatic.com)
The Postgame of Thrones crew is back, with a new applicant for the position of Grand Maester! In this episode, the small council gets down and dirty with all of the Joffrey destruction that happens in season 1 episode 2: "The Kingsroad". Why does Robert have so many fruits? Why didn't Catelyn lose every finger on her hand? Why is that bird so goddamn strong?