Game of Thrones – Season 2: Episodes 3 and 4 Podcast


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Time Stamps
0:00 – Introduction
1:55 – Jon Snow and the Night’s Watch
5:39 – Renly and Margaery
8:26 – Tyrion as Hand of the King
11:21 – Joffrey (is sadistic)
14:34 – Arya
18:15 – Melisandre and the Shadow-Demon-Baby Thing
20:46 – Wrap-up

Disclaimer: Neither of us have read beyond the first novel in the Song of Ice and Fire series, and therefore our discussion of the events and predictions for future episodes are exclusively based on the events depicted in the HBO series.

As the third and fourth episodes of Game of Thrones prove, season 2 shows no signs of slowing down, ending on a crazy cliffhanger involving a very unusual birth and moving Joffrey’s character even further into the realm of complete sadism! In this podcast we discuss both of these developments as well as the role of the Starks as leaders, why Tyrion is a much better hand than Ned Stark, what’s been going on with Arya and where we hope to see her character wind up and Meghan offers her thoughts on the introduction (finally!) of Margaery Tyrell, played by Natalie Dormer.

Let us know what you think after listening to the podcast! Leave us a comment here or tweet us. You can also visit our newly launched Facebook page and leave a comment there! We love feedback and will respond either with a comment or in our next published show.

Also, to read our thoughts about the events of season 1, follow the link here.

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