If there was a House Dumb-Idiot of StupieLand, the matriarch would be Catelyn Stark (or Tully, as it were) and the sigil for House Dumb-Idiot would be a crude depiction of the synapses in Catelyn's brain lighting up as she takes advantage of a situation to further her personal agenda of escaping from the North and stumbling into her own circle of power in the South.
The Princes That Were Promised make a pit stop on the Catelyn Stark Memorial Highway- a (fake) highway with tolls every 20 yards, as well as poorly engineered tressels and footbridges that are built so low the tops of SUVs are damaged and 20 car pile-ups occur daily. Before the events of ASoIaF and shortly after a 12-year-old Catelyn Tully was promised to Brandon Stark of Winterfell, Hoster Tully, The Lord of Riverrun and Lord Paramount of the Riverlands, negotiated another marriage pact with Tywin Lannister, The Lord of Casterly Rock and Warden of the West. This marriage would have been more lucrative for Hosterthan the shipment of his eldest daughter to the cold, hard North.
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.
#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...
#TPTWP offer up their Royally instant review of GoT episode 7.5 'Eastwatch.'
Despite the amazing visuals, the name 'The Loot Train Battle' should be warning enough of how uneven the sequence is.
Rewatching the fourth season of 'Game of Thrones' and focusing on the episodes.
Season 7 of Game of Thrones is nearly upon us! #TPTWP rewatch and re-review the entire series. Listen in and Prepare for Winter!