Welcome back to A STORM OF SPOILERS!
It's time for a REWATCH of the previous six seasons of Game of Thrones, it's ReThrones!
Joanna, Neil, and Da7e have returned to their Citadel in the center of Crazytown and have settled in for the ramp up to Season 7 of Game of Thrones!
This week, it's not a great season for anyone on Game of Thrones. All three hosts contemplate if this is the least best season of the show to date. That doesn't mean the crew skips out on The Georgies and the good thing about a cruel season of Game of Thrones is there are still good lines and deaths.
This week's closing track:
With Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair, and Gail Folsom!
Welcome to our episode-by-episode coverage of American Gods on Starz!
Joanna Robinson is a television obsessed book reader who has brought along Gail Folsom, her Neil Gaiman and mythology expert friend to break down each episode of the first season of American Gods, the television adapatation.
This week, the series' first season finale, Season 1, Episode 8: "Come to Jesus"
This week, David is on his honeymoon and Patches started a discussion about healthcare on his Facebook wall that Katey and Da7e both view as various degrees of entertainment. After clearing out that, Patches gives his thoughts on Colin Trevorrow's The Book Of Henry (he didn't really like it), before Da7e and Patches rehas an Twitter argument inspired by E3: Did video game franchising lead us to the current state of movie IP-based sequels?
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00:00 – Lightning Round: Oscar Missed
01:55 – Intro: Welcome To Episode 170! Review!
06:24 – Tidbit: Politics on Social Media
22:45 – Mini Segment: The Book of Henry
35:56 – Segment 3: Video Game and Movie Franchise Relations
50:05 – Outro
— david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) June 11, 2017
Katey, Patches and Da7e review the wedding of their co-host in a special episode with guest appearences from Katey's husband Michael, Michelle and Kase from Podcast with Pep, David Sims and Griffin Newman from The Blank Check Podcast, and Chris Rosen from Entertainment Weekly.
Plus – A disccusion about wedding music, David Ehrlich singing, and a discussion about throwing out your books.