...and so The Princes That Were Promised journey down a familiar road full of rage upon which the fine line between the necessity for foolishness to move forward the story and the awe at the finely written thoughtlessness of one noble lady, in particular, is razor-sharp. Yes, John has been waiting for this episode almost as long as he has been waiting for The Winds of Winter.
This episode, #TPTWP take a look at Ser Jaime Lannister and the oddly prophetic dream he has as he rests his weary head upon the trunk of a weirwood tree.
The War is over but the cleanup has just begun. How does a war hero with disdain for politics unite a Realm? He doesn't. He commands his buddy and his father-figure to do it.
Rhaegar Targaryen has fallen and the undecided of Westeros pick a side. Do they pick a winner?
The Targaryen Loyalists led by Rhaegar arrive at The Trident and attempt to end Robert's Rebellion against House Targaryen and The Iron Throne.
Aerys Targaryen realizes he has a problem!
Robert, Ned, and Jon Arryn split up at Gulltown and agree to meet each other in the Riverlands with lots of armies to march on King's Landing. But Jon Connington has other ideas!
#TPTWP begin their deep dig into the Civil War that would change Westeros forever... or until Dany or Jon win the Iron Throne... so 16-18 years... thereabouts... not quite forever...
John and SeannieWan kick back and kick it with a kick-ass conversation.