Alex and Johnny discuss the monumental(ish) episode 5 of season 6 of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” “The Door.”
Johnny, Alex and special guest, Chadwick Hubbard sit down to sink their teeth in a little deeper into episode 4 of season 6 of “Game of Thrones,” “Book of the Stranger”! Main topics of conversation included the Pink Letter, Osha and Rickon, Yara and Theon, the High Sparrow and Dany and Jon’s parallel journeys. Enjoy!
Alex and Johnny discuss of episode 4 of season 6 of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” Alex calls it one of the best episodes of television she’s ever seen, but Johnny? Not so much! Tune in to listen to us fight it out in one of TWO episodes this week (we’re doing a “Take 2” Thursday mornings from now on!). We also share details about our upcoming live shows at the Impro Theater and the Hollywood Improv, our new Patreon campaign, not to mention debuting our new, fan-created theme song. Press play, already!
Alex and Johnny talk episode 3 of season 6 of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” “Oathbreaker.” There’s a bit of a glitch and the part of our discussion that focuses on Qyburn and his army of children is missing (I know, I’m rekt, too), but there’s roughly two other hours of audio for you to enjoy! If you don’t make it to the end of the podcast, hear this! We are taking theme song submissions from you! Call 213-290-4492 and give us your best rendition of the GoT theme and we’ll feature the best/funniest/most ridiculous one on the show next week as our theme song! You can also e-mail a recording to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alex and Johnny dive into season 6, episode 2 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, “Home.” We were more shocked at the tragic and gratuitous death of our beloved Fat Walda than that Jon started breathing again.
Alex and Johnny freeeeeak out over the Season 6 premiere of HBO’s “Game of Thrones”! You know, the one where things happened and then Melisandre took off her robe.
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What follows is a partial transcript of our interview with David J. Peterson, creator of the Dothraki and Valyrian languages for “Game of Thrones.” Included is all the relevant GoT and con-langing discussion, but if you’d like to hear more about David’s personal life, his experiences with TED Talks, or his opinions on “Dark Shadows” and “Kimmy Schmidt,” please feel free to listen to the full interview here.