Welcome back to part six of the new and better ending. We are poised for a battle to the North. The Night’s King having just suffered a three-headed-dragon attack now has to re-think his strategy of freezing out the enemy. … Continue reading A Better Ending to HBO’s Game of Thrones. Part 6.
Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback I’ve been getting on these. I will admit it’s been much more fun trying to reshape this mess than it was watching the actual show for me. It is an assignment you can’t … Continue reading A Better Ending to HBO’s Game of Thrones. Part 5.
Welcome back to the Game of Thrones rewrite, where we last left off the North was being evacuated through the Neck and through White Harbor. The Night’s King is descending through the North, killing the people who didn’t evacuate in … Continue reading A Better Ending to HBO’s Game of Thrones. Part 4.
There was this huge build up to John Snow’s true identity. He’s not Ned Starks bastard, he’s the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna. Yet on the show we saw, that didn’t seem to matter AT ALL with the way things … Continue reading A Better Ending to HBO’s Game of Thrones. Part 3.
Game of Thrones ended in epic failure last night. There’s not much else to say. I can’t even go into the minutiae of every little failure of this episode and of this season. We all saw it first hand. Instead, … Continue reading A Better Ending to HBO’s Game of Thrones. Part 1.
I’m back for another deep dive into A Game of Thrones: What was left out. Where I talk about a small part of the books that were omitted from the series. This week we stay with the Lannisters, as we focus … Continue reading The time Aurane Waters stole Queen Cersei’s entire fleet and set himself up as a pirate king.
Today we have a very special edition of my favorite segment: A-Train Eats. I plan to make a recipe directly out of the text of A Dance with Dragons the 5th novel of George R.R. Martin’s epic A Song of Ice … Continue reading A-Train Eats: Sister’s Stew, A Christmas Tradition is Born.