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Game of Owns: Friends and Fridays

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From a late-night recording session, Game of Owns returns four hosts strong in a revisitation of Bran’s coversation with the weirwood, and a piece-by-piece look into thoughts and theories from listeners like you.

Episode 213 – Friends and Fridays

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From a late-night recording session, Game of Owns returns four hosts strong in a revisitation of Bran’s coversation with the weirwood, and a piece-by-piece look into thoughts and theories from listeners like you.


Discussion Topics

A new Friday
Bran’s vision
The tree
Science of seeing
The crystal face
Dragons, and shadow
The Stranger
Protecting Molestown
Reads the Tweets
Daario
A virtual graveyard

13 Comments

  • On a non episode related matter, I just switched to Android from iOS and I can’t seem to find a good enough podcast manager. I’ve tried ipp player, Dogg catcher and some others.

    Which app do you use on your Android devices for listening to GOO?

  • I’ve read Enders Game too and I never made that connection but it is sorta the same thing with regards to Bran.

  • Thanks for going over the Bran scene. Loved the discussion and that may have been the best post theme Easter egg ever.

  • It felt really awesome getting my last Own mentioned. Between you, AA Podcast and Vassals of Kingsgrave, I’m spoiled for choice with Thrones/Ice & Fire analysis.

    Keep up the good work!

  • Another great GOO episode! Really good insight into the trees, Eric! Lovin the addition of Katie to the team :) That bit at the end was hilarious!!!

  • spacechampion:
    I wish among Bran’s visions we got to see whatever vision it was Mel showed to Stannis.

    What I imagine will happen is that the couple of frames of Ned’s eye in Bran’s vision will extend to a few seconds, and along with it, what we’ll gradually start to see as the view expands, is Ned breathing heavily at the Tower of Joy, Howland Reed by his side, while the corpses of five Northmen and three King’s Guards lay at their feet. And the detached shrieks of Catelyn’s ‘PROMISE ME’ will gradually morph into Lyanna’s plea ‘Promise me’