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8/16/17 – New Episode of ‘Talk Sex w/ Podrick Payne’ #GameOfThrones #EastWatch #HammerService #SecretTargs

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Season 7.5 “Eastwatch” #nomorerowing #FANSERVICE #SecretTargs

THE BURNANATOR #Trogdor Mad Queen? Varys and Tyrions end game? The flow and management of time in fictional universe. Littlefingers #MagicWagon Lannister Meetings, Cersei’s fake pregnancy? Bronn will remain alive just to die in the final season…#cheeky The return of Gendry, #HammerService. Fermented Crab #Umami Benioff + Weiss #explainawaythejoy Jon can touch dragons #secretTargs? Tyrion touched dragons…#secretTargs? How the FUCK are they gonna bring a zombie back…? The #GillySlip in Old Town. Sam leaves the citadel. So whats the deal with the North Discontent #WinterOfDiscontent…Arya please just kill LittleFinger. Finally ending with classic game of WHAT NEXT AND WHO KILLS WHO?

Notes:

Yeah… Stephen will try not to be as drunk at the start of our next recording…

Trogdor – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90X5NJleYJQ

Only two more weeks left! Thanks for sticking with us and listening to us bullshit!

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“Never betray me again.” – Cersei Lannister

8/8/17 – New Episode of ‘Talk Sex w/ Podrick Payne’ #GameOfThrones #SpoilsOfWar #ArmorVsSpeed #FanService

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Season 7.4 “Spoil of War” #ArmorVsSpeed #MeltingFaces #fanservice

Dickon Jokes and hey Bronn welcome back?! LittleFinger as a modern day redditer. Baltimore vs Tuna Salad. LONG GAME???!!! Bran…wonder kid…just like accept this is how fantasy works. Sansa vs Arya, Sansa + Arya, Sansa ???? Arya. #Fanservice #UglyAmericans Tangent? Locker Room Talk, Locker Room Talk, everyone just #listen to Davos. #soft MORE FUCK THE BANK Bye Meera… #dagobah #puppets #subclasses #AlfiesGettingHis$$$ Battles #airforce Final points and #predictions #predictions, #prediction and, #predictions. #darkstar Iwan Rheon on #Vicious #morepredictions

Notes:

Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton) w/ Ian Mckellen in Vicious – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fq9a6H7ycdE&t=24s

Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton) speaking welsh – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdDYMBG1g3k

Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton) in “Misfits” (watch this) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tlUF3FOkfU

Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton) singing – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rv_nBEgwCaw

As always a big thank you to our new sound editor Harry Pepe! He also does freelance work, hit him up – https://www.linkedin.com/in/hpepe4/or on twitter @IVScore

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“Men shit themselves when they die. Didn’t they teach you that at Fancy Lad School?” – Bronn

8/2/17 – New Episode of ‘Talk Sex w/ Podrick Payne’ #GameOfThrones #TheQueensJustice #MosterQueen #MeetingOfIce&Fire

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Season 7.3 “The Queen’s Justice” #MosterQueen #MeetingOfIce&Fire

Jon + Dany. Davos and Tyrion should do all the talking. BYE BYE Melisandre Sansa #BornToRule Bran #JaydenSmith Euron Greyjoy #newbestvillian #fingerinthebum Issues with the Iron Bank #fuckslavery #NoInterestInHBOSConfederate Comments on clothing. HBO viewing habits. House Tyrell #nowtheRains SiegeOfCasterly Rock #impregnated. Classic what will happen next wrap up.

Notes:

Dujie is working hard on this upcoming Seattle mayoral election, but we hope to have him back on soon!!

As always a big thank you to our new sound editor Harry Pepe! He also does freelance work, hit him up – https://www.linkedin.com/in/hpepe4/ or on twitter @IVScore

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“Tell Cersei; I want her to know it was me.” – Olenna Tyrell

7/28/17 – New Episode of ‘Talk Sex w/ Podrick Payne’ #GameOfThrones #Stormborn #ReturnOfHotPie #FanService

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Season 7.2 “Stormborn aka The Return of Hot Pie” #BadFanService #GoodFanService

Benioff and Weiss’s war council of women. Varys being Varys…Olenna Tyrell foreshadowing? Finally a villain to love #Euron #TongueGoesOutToYou Arya heads home. The only safe Inn in Westeros #ReturnOfHotPie #BrownThatButter Dany vs. Jon vs. Sansa. Good bye big wolf #NymeriaFanService The difference between a Scorpion and a Ballista. Saying good bye to the sand snakes. Longships vs. Galleys. Greyworm + Missandei…#stopruiningperfectlyfinesceneswithnudity EURON EURON EURON THE OVER ALL PACING OF THIS SERIES And finally, the usual game of who will kill who?

Notes:

Apologies again for the choppiness of last week’s recordings. I will not have to travel to Hawaii again with in a three day period before this season is over.

Posts is being released a bit late this week. Joey, myself, and hopefully Dujie will try to record earlier next week.

As you have noticed we have kind of done away with the Maester section this year around, simply because there are less tv show spoilers, since we have passed the books. If you are still worried about book spoilers or vice versa, let us know in comments on FB or our website and we will discuss bringing it back.

As always a big thank you to our new sound editor Harry Pepe! You might have noticed our snazzy new intro and that is all my man Harry. For the full version of the into just scope the outro. Also he does freelance work, hit him up – https://www.linkedin.com/in/hpepe4/ or on twitter @IVScore

Happy Pau Hana Friday Everyone! #ChoosingSides #Pirates #BakingLessons

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“The secret is browning the butter before making the dough. ” – HotPie

7/19/17 – New Episode of ‘Talk Sex w/ Podrick Payne’ #GameOfThrones #Dragonstone #PREMIER #FINALLY!

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Season 7.1 “Dragonstone” #FINALLY #FANSERVICE

#FreyPreminitions, #MurderChild, Jon vs Sansa, Ice ages, and playing the game of thrones, Little finger… Cersei #QUEENMONSTER, Jamie vs Cersei, classic mocking of the Benioff and Weiss, Euron #crazyman, Ed Sheeran…, A quick history lesson…Citadel and Dragonstone and just some #weirdtheories

Notes:

Apologies for some of the choppiness, this recording was done over Skype and my internet down here in Hawaii is not the strongest.

As always a big thank you to our new sound editor Harry Pepe! You might have noticed our snazzy new intro and that is all my man Harry.  For the full version of the into just scope the outro. Also he does freelance work, hit him up – https://www.linkedin.com/in/hpepe4/

Happy Wednesday Everyone! #SUNDAYSBACK #SeasonPremiers

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“Shall we begin?” – Daenerys Targaryen

 

4/3/17 – The LuckSwing Channel Returns! New Episode of ‘Screens!’ #LegionFX #Marvel #TV

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‘Sceens!’ – where we talk about whatever the two of us happen to be watching.

It has been a long hiatus, but thank you all for your patience. We somehow let changing schedules, a dysfunctional laptop, and some other BS excuses spiral out of control. However, we are back and ready to give you all the new content you deserve. Lets all just blame the “Game of Thrones” withdrawal.

In this Episode Joey and Stephen talk about the full season of FX’s comic book series “Legion”, produced by “Fargo” (the series) creator Noah Hawley. Warning, there are spoilers. If you really hate spoilers feel free to watch “Legion” on FXNOW and then give this podcast a listen!

More to come this week on #Rick&Morty #MORERETURNS

Special Thank to Harry Pepe for sound mixing and editing.

“Your President”

During the first presidential debate, Donald Trump, a candidate for the office of the President of United States of America, referred multiple times to Barack Obama as “your president” when speaking to Hillary Clinton. The sentiment is not a new one nor one that has not been heard a number of times before. 1

Speaking anecdotally, a number of my near and less-near relatives will often and rather emphatically refer to Obama in ways that are equal parts in poor taste and emblematic of an attitude that has pervaded the republican party and perhaps the nation at large. This attitude has extended to a recent rash of would-be democratic voters withholding their vote from Hillary on the grounds that she is not “their” candidate, as if they can really stake any sort of ownership to any candidate, who are themselves people with ideas sure to diverge, at least in one or two ways, from the voting population at large.

In the latter instance, the condition afflicting former Bernie Sanders’ supporters 2 is something that has crippled the Democratic party’s attempt to swing back to normalcy, with a disenfranchised left emerging from the primaries rubbed raw by rhetoric characterized by dismissiveness if not vitriol—both sides determined to spike the ball in the end-zone as sure as victory was assured and contradictorily assuming everything would fall into place with the result decided.

Having buried the lede, the purpose of this post is not to harp or impose voting standards or criterion on anyone. 3

If there is one thing that has been made more clear by the nature of this past election cycle, it is the dangers of political rhetoric. These dangers are manifold. Trump’s rhetoric is dangerous on one level in the manner of a promise, or a threat – the first sort of danger comes through not in what he is saying but the promise that those words will birth actions that live up to the violence of the threat and its delivery. This danger is potential energy, and it is the kind that can be avoided. 4

The second kind of danger is the danger rhetoric subtly evokes in people, the ways in which lies can give way to genuine belief. This danger’s edge is almost too keen to feel at first, yet is in many ways as real as the former. While the one is the hypothetical danger of the concretely horrific, the latter is the inevitable danger of something that already fucking happened. The damage of Trump’s policies is a specter haunting us from November, but the real damage of his campaign’s rhetoric has already been felt.

Anecdotal claims catch a lot of flak, and deservedly so. Anecdotes can be used as shields against broader systemic issues that people would rather ignore. 5 These sorts of claims abound in any instances where groups are involved, and often use the experiences of individuals to prop up systems. That shit is a fallacy, and is terrible. I am going to use an anecdote here, but I think it is a bit different:

Dujie and I have been blogging off and on for a while, and we do not have a huge readership. His interest in politics is real, and he brings real knowledge to the table in his discussion of it. My opinions towards politics tend to latch themselves more to the atmosphere surrounding elections than the practicalities of their results. I live that atmosphere, but, like many, can only guess at policies’ results using the tools for research available to me (which I should use more, and more intelligently, as should everybody) and intuition (which I should use less).

The nature of this election has been good for readership. There is a lot of content out there, but there is also a healthy appetite for that content – urgency is high. When we publish something, more people have read it, and more people come commenting, and messaging. As, our leanings are pretty clear, there have been a number of Trump supporters who have come commenting, which we welcome despite our differences. Trump supporters are the people who are done the greatest disservice by his rhetoric. Trump’s primary appeal—and the structure from which his arguments begin—is similar to how marketers sell products. He begins by identifying an issue with you, a problem with yourself. He is not specific, but speaks broadly as one would when writing a horoscope or selling wrinkle cream or zinc supplements at whole foods. 6 Person becomes people. People becomes country. We are a nation of the afflicted, and he is our cure. 7

Donald Trump’s rhetoric presupposes inadequacies in human beings and paints the causes for those inadequacies on the faces of people who are different. When you see people with special needs, people who are old, poor, and too young to know any better, casting hate speech into the shitstorm that is social media, you can see the damage the past year has already done – damage that lives independently from policy. Politicians now will say anything to get elected, but freedom of speech is not only a right, it is a privilege, and if there is an appeal to this post that appeal is to exercise that privilege with the dignity it should be afforded. Donald Trump’s words have already made America a worse place and the hate speech he preaches (that for him, might be a fiction) has already become the reality for those he has targeted.

He has found supporters with gaps in their lives, those with wounded pride, those who have lost loved ones, those who are despondent with their lots in life. He has taken their collective agony and loss and made it something universal to soften the blow – ‘the problem isn’t with you,’ he says, ‘it is with the country. The problem is you are being wronged, the tragedy and loss and hopelessness you feel isn’t your tragedy, its everybody’s, and that tragedy has a cause with the face of Barack Obama.’ He has used the vacuum left by sadness, hopelessness and fear and filled people’s souls with hate.

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Trump is currently running for the office of President of the United States. He also repeatedly denies that Barack Obama is his President. Let’s talk about the dangers of refusing ownership and the rhetorical fuckery at play when a presidential candidate consistently uses the term “your president” when describing the sitting president.

I have always been leery of people who take to the “respect the office” argument in these sorts of discussions as if those words brokered no discussion and were somehow an end-all, be-all to how one should speak of or consider the sitting president. I think looking to the protests being made in relation to the anthem-as-metaphor for national respect are a good analogy here. The office of the president is significant to citizens of the country, it being the unquestionably highest elected office in the nation, and the only one to carry with it symbolic significance equal to or exceeding its practical equivalence. If respect is indeed earned as the cultural idioms of our parents’ would suggest, it seems that the office of the president is, if anything, something imbued with meaning worthy of respect only in the hands of the right individual. This is likely what many people mean when they say “your president,” they are expressing that the values of the current president are not in keeping with their own and are disowning him as such.

Unfortunately, this attitude strays from a simple lack of respect for the man in presidential office by rhetorically constructing an alternate universe implying that Republican voters have been living in a state erected against their choosing, presided over by a dictator – an outsider – foisted to power on the backs of an unknowable other. This premise rests on the fiction that democracy can be uncompromising, and it supplies a notion of foreign-ness to the “other side” who becomes somehow less American for doing what they thought was best for the country’s welfare.

The birther myth is the bedrock to this dreamscape, offering an out-clause for a vocal minority who once cried “respect the office!” in indignation when criticism was lofted at George W. Bush’s decisions and policies. The “not MY president” rhetoric harmonizes beautifully with the birther myth, forming a symphony of bigotry filling the ears of a vocal white minority, discarded relics of our country’s worst years, with Donald Trump taking his place at the head of the orchestra. The ideas are not new ideas, but Trump’s shamelessness lends renewed boldness to organizations and people who have seen the world changing and felt the hatred that was their voice become shriller and lonelier as history 8 continues to leave them behind. In its best case, Trump’s candidacy is the death wail of a once-dangerous animal rendered toothless in its senescence; at worst, it is a rabid thing, infecting a younger generation and perpetuating itself into the future.

When you consider the birther myth and “not MY president” rhetoric side by side, “respect the office” gets complicated. The same people who once admonished others to respect the office of the president can now turn around and insinuate that the sitting president is a foreigner legally disqualified for the presidency. Taking this as truth 9 the “not my president” line moves from an expression of dissent 10 to something starkly literal, an assertion that the sitting president is a foreign dictator 11 in a country of which the utterer no longer considers themselves a part. I mean, if the President of the United States isn’t your President, how American can you really be?

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Word games aside, it is time to get in on that fearmongering game. Monday’s debate concluded with an interesting question, one that is emblematic of this election cycle at large:

One of you will not win this election,” said the moderator, Lester Holt. “Are you willing to accept the outcome as the will of the voters?”

Think about this. In a presidential election in the United States of America, a country which has held 44 presidential elections, a debate moderator trembles and asks the two individuals running for office, whether or not they will accept the outcomes as the will of the voters. This is the stage divisiveness has set for us. The Trump campaign and the arguments that birthed it are an agent sowing seeds of distrust and granting validation to the most paranoid and conspiratorial aspects of a population looking for someone to blame. In so doing, the reputation of the presidential office has already been dismissed as selective. In a world of “Your President” and “My President” the states cease being united, and that’s where we are today. It’s fucked.

The result of this attitude is a competitive, political divisiveness, that values winning and strength as virtues and not means to the betterment of the country as a whole. This attitude is too often carried to the extent that failure in the country is lauded by the opposition, if for no other reason than being an opportunity to hang points on an imaginary scoreboard with Republicans on one side and Democrats on the other. If the country is failing, it’s your fault too. If you are a citizen of the United States, Barack Obama is your sitting president. If you are running for the office of President of the United States, Barack Obama is your sitting president. If you are failing to confirm a Supreme Court Justice, you are working to directly undermine one of the 3 pillars of the US government, the government that people pay you to serve. Rooting for the president to fail doesn’t make you a patriot, it makes you an idiot. You fucking live here too.

Tahat Takes: Kaeperknickers in a twist and the milquetoast Seahawks

Full disclosure: up until a few weeks ago. I didn’t care for Colin Kaepernick. I hadn’t thought about him in a hot minute mostly. And at the height of his powers, I projected my dislike for the 49ers and Pleated-pants Jim “McHandshove” Harbaugh and thought Kapernick arrogant, overrated, and self-centered.

I was the guy who gleefully posted the differences between Kap and Dangeruss’ Instagram on your timeline.

I was a PETTY AF sports fan.

I made him a character acting out a role in the theatre of the NFL.1

I was wrong. Colin Kaepernick is a full person containing multitudes and deserves all the respect I can afford—and that’s before he sat down during the national anthem and demonstrated that he has a curious, working mind engaged in one of the most challenging national issues of our time.

I’ve never bought an NFL jersey in my life, but if I do it’s gonna be Kaepernick’s2.

Some would delegitimize Kap’s efforts by saying he’s rich and doesn’t “have a plan.” But his wealth doesn’t make him less Black nor are protests required to “have a plan” to be on the right side of history.

There’s also a notion floating around that Kap is doing some sort of activism lite, and that he hasn’t achieved much of anything. But he has created space for a conversation in a league that isn’t interested in having this conversation despite the fact that it’s good for business.3 That’s a BFD.4

Enter the Seahawks.

Last week, Doug Baldwin spoke up, promising that the whole team would do some sort of demonstration of solidarity. I, for one, got hella excited. Unleashing ANGRY DOUG BALDWIN on Black Lives Matter and police reform on opening day is an activist’s wet dream.

Giving Baldwin and the Seahawks the benefit of the doubt, I think they meant to do a really meaningful thing—to show solidarity for a movement that prioritizes the lives of black people, that ending racism and oppressive systems require the collective work of many people. The team-wide act, also worked to address the criticism that Kaepernick’s protest was an attention grab by eliminating the individual-ness of it. But at some point, the reality of their demonstration has to take precedent. And in the space of social movements, rhetoric and symbolism are everything.

On its face, a show of unity is an honorable, valuable thing. Who’s against unity?

But the call of unity has long been used to soothe people out of frenzy, as a band-aid for an amputation. But history shows us that to correct injustice—especially systemic injustice, which is more lubricious to grasp—requires anger and unrest so as to manifest into social movement.

Baked into our civic code is the idea we don’t need everyone to agree to something to make it happen; we only need enough to make a majority. That’s how we make change in a democracy. Calls for unity–specifically in response to a movement calling for change–is, at best, a moving of the goal post and, at worst, a blatant effort to cut a movement’s knees from under it.5

I have no interest in unifying with members of the Klu Klux Klan, neo-nazis, or anyone who thinks my interracial marriage and our mixed race kids are abominations.6

Now there’s a case to be made that overhyped histrionics of unity aren’t entirely the Seahawks fault. The media hyped it, not just Doug Baldwin. It’s not purely the Seahawks fault that mine and so many other’s expectations were Ezekiel Elliot-high. But Baldwin and others on the team have been around and have enough media savvy to know the type of coverage and reaction that was coming.

I am also tremendously sympathetic to NFL players not interested in engaging in public forms of protest. For many, professional football represents their only path to social mobility. The NFL is highly regimented and historically conservative. Their earning potential isn’t guaranteed and every time they suit up, they’re risking their health AND their careers.

Protect that. No one should feel like they have to pit their livelihood against what’s right in the world. That makes the choice even riskier. But in the event you face that impossible decision, protect yourself and provide for your family.7

But there’s a real, insidiously inflicted damage made in the milquetoast #alllivesmatter half-measure that the Seahawks proposed. In what is surely an unintended consequence of expressing broad support, their actions validated the misdirected conversation surrounding Kaepernick and other player’s method of protest.

Jesse Williams, in what may be the most woke moment of 2016,8 said, “If you have a critique for the resistance—for our resistance—then you better have an established record of critique of our oppression.”

Applied here: y’all that are up in arms about Kaepernick sitting but don’t have a valid criticism of the systems of oppression that drove him to sit9 need to examine y’alls priorities.

Many woke people tried to keep the focus of their coverage of Kaepernick on the racial inequity of our policing that he was trying to point out, however, 99.9% percent of the coverage around Kaepernick centered on his methods of protest—an insidious way of delegitimizing his point in the first place.10

This is wrong. Full stop.

It’s no different than our presidential election coverage eschewing policy for the horse race. It’s just wrong.

Now none of this is the fault of the Seahawks and what I’m sure is a well-intentioned leadership group the face of which has become Doug Baldwin. And I hope against all hope that this was the start of something bigger—that Doug Baldwin’s efforts to connect with the Mayor of Seattle yield real, substantive discussions and outcomes.

But standing together and locking arms has forced even the most progressive people into a debate about the methodology and efficacy of protests when we should all be talking about the inherent racial inequity and injustice in policing as presently constructed.

Let me say that again: WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED. WE SHOULD ALL BE TALKING ABOUT THE INHERENT RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE IN POLICING AS PRESENTLY CONSTRUCTED.

All of which are American dreams! All of which are American dreams! All of which are American dreams!

 

 

 

6/22/16 – New Episode of ‘Talk Sex w/ Podrick Payne’ #GameOfThrones #BattleoftheBastards #BattlesofIceandFire #MaritimeLaw

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Season 6.09 “Battle of the Bastards” #BattlesofIceandFire

(00:52) Joey, Dujie, and Stephen attempt to recap this week’s episode! HOLY SHIT. Dany used some Rare Candies to level up. #dragonrage Grey Worm’s sweet moves, and Tyrion sweet words… The progeny get a chance to redeem their predecessors #DanyTyrion2016. Fur looks bad ass. Rickon, one word #SERPENTINE!! Cold Winds up North. Did Sansa fuck up? John is the luckiest man alive, #CreatorsOwnWords Medieval Warfare is crazy, but highly entertaining. BraveHeart Yara + Dany #QueensFTW Ending with fun theories for the final episode (book spoiler free).

(48:59) #RogueMaesterNation Joey and Stephen are huge nerds, still… This is all just fun and short speculation for the final episode and seasons to come.

Notes:

Happy Wednesday Everyone! #MARITIMELAW

Apologies we were extra silly this episode, and referenced the “Inside the Episode” way too much. We will always love you Dave and D.B.

Feel free to comment in with questions, or alternate theories. We would be happy to discuss the on the next episode!

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