The Mad Queen (301)

The Princes That Were Promised Episode 301 – The Mad Queen

The Royally Official Fictional Analysis of Fictional Lead Characters in Game of Thrones #1

As tho feel confident that the sun doth shine upon the Seven Kingdoms, to be sure tho struggle to contain thine excitement brought forth by thy Royal Audio Program. As such, as it was and will always be, thine earholes needst only thine fingers to clicketh below to be Royally penetrated by pleasures provided only as such by thy Royal Words…

Or perhaps thine earholes doth enjoyeth thy Royal penetration in greater ways if thine hath found an oasis upon the Interweb. If tho wisheth, so be it by simply clicking below…

https://the-princes-that-were-promised.pinecast.co/episode/a951a17a-bc26-428f-832e-dbb818ee69d0

The Mad Queen is a title befitting Queen Cersei Lannister… or is it?

Yes. Yes it is.

WARNING! FOR HERE BE SPOILERS!!!

SPOILERS INDEED FOR ALL PUBLISHED BOOKS IN #GRRM’S A Song of Ice and Fire AS WELL AS ALL TELEVISED EPISODES OF HBO’S Game of Thrones

Born amidst salt and smoke- Just off the Long Island Expressway- Beneath a bleeding star…

The Princes That Were Promised begin their journey through the journies of the lead characters of HBO‘s Game of Thrones as The Final Episodes draw near. In less than four months, the journey that began in 2010, and redefined what prestige television can be, will be over and… frankly #TPTWP have no idea what Westeros will look like when the final closing credits hit the screen.

Royally speaking, John and Seannie-Wan only know what is behind them, as it were, or rather what is behind the character that is the focus of the Royal contemplation, though admittedly this look back, be it metaphorical or intellectually metaphorical, doth work under the assumption, Royally or no, that time, in both a fictional story and a non-fictional conversation about a fictional story, can be viewed in a linear way. In other words, vis a vis, the completely fictional journey that has brought these fictional people to their final storylines can and will be spake about.

This is the official The Princes That Were Promised run-up to what will very likely be the most-watched six episodes of television in HBO‘s history with viewership that we will never see again… probably.

Begin the journey again, in a sense, sort of, with an analysis and rehash of Cersei ‘Why Isn’t Her Last Name Baratheon?’ Lannister and her journey through the 7 series of Game of Thrones. Just don’t forget to Remember Lady.

#RememberLady

The Princes That Were Promised are John and SeannieWan. Join them as they tear apart Westeros and sift through the pieces to bring their Leal and Loyal Subjects the history of the Realm and The Known World from both George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and HBO’s adaptation, Game of Thrones.

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Prepared and Performed by John Khantzian and Seannie-Wan Kenobi

Produced by Sean Block with John Khantzian

Edited by Sean Block

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