Okay, that last part may be a slight exaggeration, but we are indeed back for another fun-laden trip through this week’s Game of Thrones episode.
Now when the unknowing sees the title of this episode, they may think, “Wow, that’s a pretty name for an episode, because mockingbirds are like nice and shit.” But those of us who DO know, know that this is the self-chosen sigil of one Petyr Baelish, so he probably factors greatly into the episode. Those of us also in the know realize that this is going to spell trouble for someone, because Littlefinger is NOT the type of dude you want to mess with. So, with all that being said, let’s get to this week’s questions! Continue reading →
So much to process this week, let’s jump right into it, shall we?
JIM: Is there a more resilient character in all of Westeros than the good old Onion Knight? He lost some fingers, watched his son get blown to smithereens in the Battle of the Blackwater, and was a non-trad at the Shireen Baratheon School for Knights Who Want to Learn to Read Good and Do Other Stuff Good Too. As this episode opens he’s convinced Stannis to sail to Braavos to seek a loan from the Iron Bank. When they are dismissed in short order in favor of Tywin Lannister, Stannis shoots Davos a look that says you’ll either rot in prison or the Red Lady will burn you alive. But, resilient dude that he is, Davos convinces the Iron Bankers they are backing the wrong king. Did you enjoy the Braavos addition to the opening credits as much as I did? Where you happy for the return of that old rapscallion, Sallahdor Saan? And just how many more times can Davos pull himself back from the edge of disaster before he loses more than his fingers? Continue reading →
Howdy ho, guys and gals. Jim and I are back again to bandy about our completely sane and not-at-all-disturbing thoughts regarding this week’s Game of Thrones episode. Okay, that’s enough of an intro for this week. Let’s get to the questions!!