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Tonight Gary and Nicole discuss the latest episode of Game of Thrones, 506 titled “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”. We see a young girl who gets slapped several times by a grown man. We see a queen get carried away to rot in a dungeon, as her husband/king sits back and watch. We see a failed attempt of three heartbroken young women kidnap a young girl. We watched as another young woman married a psycho and immediately afterwards was raped by the same psycho. It was not a good day for woman in the world of Game of Thrones.
Despite all the horrors we saw, we still very much enjoyed the episode. We have been watching this show for awhile, and we know the things we see, will sometimes shock and awe us, such as a man’s face getting squished into the ground, or an evil boy die in his mother’s arms from poison, and lets not forget the time that a small child was pushed out a window. The reason we enjoy this show, is because it pushes the envelope. It tells a story unlike any other on television, and it leaves us talking and/or crying for days after it airs. It is entertainment, and as much as we are disgusted with what happened to Sansa Stark in this episode, the hopes of seeing her get her revenge will be even sweeter.
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In this 4th episode of season 5, Game of Thrones, Gary and Nicole learn a lot more about Rhaegar Targaryen, and wonder if he was the cruel prince everyone thinks he was. We also see how strong Jon Snow is, as he was able to refuse Melisandre’s advances. We will mourn the lost of one of the greatest swordsman we have ever seen, and wish another a speedy recovery. We learn that Stannis has a heart, but will it be enough to gain the love of the seven kingdoms. Make sure to tune in Sunday evening for our instant cast, and you can send feedback for our Game of Thrones Podcast – email@example.com. You will find all of our content on our website-theverdictsin.com. Thank you for listening.
This week Gary and Nicole discuss Game of Thrones tv series, season 5 episode 2 titled “The House of Black and White” As always we really enjoyed this episode. The storyline is moving along at a good pace, and we are getting to see a little of our favorite characters spread throughout the episode. This weeks episode title also appears to be more than just about the black and white door of the faceless mens house that Arya goes to. The story is showing us over and over that not everything is black and white. From Ellaria and Prince Doran discussing whether a country should go to war over the death of one man, whether Brienne is relieved from her sworn oath to protect the Stark girls since they have both denied her help, and whether killing one man for killing another man, who killed another man is the right thing to do. We even have John quickly pondering her personal desires to become a Stark or keeping his oath as a man of the Nights Watch. We love how the show doesnt portray one thing or one idea as either right or wrong and that there are cleary fifty shades of grey (pun intended) to morality. As always, thank you for listening and be sure to send your thoughts, comments, criticism, or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org