Episode One Zero Nine: Praise the Seven, Euron’s Dead!
We talk the penultimate episode of season 8 of Game of Thrones! The Fire and the Blood and the Bells! We agree this may be one of the most visually stunning episodes of the entire series but, alas, the imagery can not make up for just how shallow our beloved television series has become. We discuss the big moments from the episode and just how unearned some of them feel. And we totally forget a “major” character dies, because, honestly, he sucked anyways.
We react to episode 4 of Season 8 of Game of Thrones. The Long Night is over and now the final war begins, but first drinking and sex and betrayal! It feels like classic Thrones. We endure two tragic deaths Jon can’t say farewell to his direwolf and Dani is oh so close to the edge. The series is truly in its final phase and gas pedal is pushed all the way to floor. We just hope this car isn’t headed off a cliff.
Episode One Zero Six: This Episode is DARK and full of terrors
This is our “Battle of Winterfell” immediate hot take episode. And we feel certain ways and we talk about it. If you are new here, thanks for coming and we hope you come back. If you have been here before, you know the drill and thanks for sticking around.
We do not mince words. This may be one of the best Game of Thrones episodes of the entire series.
Episode 2 of season 8 is classic Thrones in every way. The calm literally before the storm that has been building for multiple seasons. It is quiet and moving and funny and sad and hopeful and ominous and truly something special.
The BrothersGeek instantly react to Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 1. It’s hot and heated and oh so fun. We are committed to recording a new episode every week of the final season. We want to hear from you. Watch along with us!
Your faithful BrothersGeek bring you a Game of Thrones retrospective. We recap the most recent season in preparation of the premiere of the final season on 4/14/2019. We discuss our favorite scenes from seasons past, we muse on our favorite quiet, character moments, and we discuss our hopes for the final episodes. Chris and Patrick debate the most recent season’s perceived “failings”. Andrew shares his plans for the season 8 premiere and he hopes he doesn’t upset anyone who might be listening.
We discuss Avengers: Endgame hopes and our plans (or lack thereof) to watch the film on opening weekend.
Chris and Patrick have high hopes for the patch Anthem dropping on 4/8.
Trivia is Game of Thrones themed, because of course it is.
We have returned! After our longest hiatus on record (it might not be but who keeps track), we are back and we behave mostly the same as before. A very special episode as we record on Christopher’s birthday! He tells his birth story and it is definitely as weird as you would expect. The brothers talk Captain Marveland disagree, respectfully, on the film’s quality. We talk Avengers: Endgame‘s market campaign and lament the state of geek culture. Andrew and Chris anticipate the newest novel in James S.A. Corey’s Expanse series. All three of us feel certain ways about Anthem for the Xbox One. Chris is reading Marjorie Lui’s MonstressVolume 3. Patrick is reading Robert Kirkman’s Oblivion Song and all three are waiting with high hopes for Game of Thrones season 8.
Trivia is 2018 Box Office Themed and leaves the Boys surprised.
It’s an incredibly, super-duper, hugely extra fun live episode! Our annual holiday recording from Andrew’s apartment in Phoenix! We talk family holiday fun and our parents 50th anniversary party. We rank the big three holiday films: Bumblebee, Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. We reminisce on the best of 2018, what we saw, read and played. We discuss what we look forward to most in 2019.
A special thank you to Legendary Listener for this episode’s trivia questions