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Episode 133: Valentine’s Day in Westeros

Episode 133 for the week of February 9th, in which the gentlemen record a thematic episode for Valentine’s Day. We are joined by Duncan (Valkyrist), one of the curators from Vassals of Kingsgrave, the Australian branch. We cover chapter 53 (Sansa IV) of A Clash of Kings, and now wait to receive further listener inspired artwork.

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Speaking of fan art: Valentine’s Day by Vaarsuvius

House Manwoody in Season 4 of HBO’s Game of Thrones

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  1. Krious

    Hey I heard you guys talking about A+J=T this episode. I was wondering if you had heard the theory that Joanna was half Targaryen herself (through Egg’s unnamed 3rd son) so she passed down a bit of Targ blood to all her kids.

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  2. Stefan

    “Oh by the way, Ashley has quit the Podcast….”
    NOT. FUNNY! FFS!

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  3. Hi all thanks for another great podcast. You mentioned that the actor who plays Ilyn Payne was ill. I thought you might be interested to know that the actor, Wilko Johnson, was recently interviewed on BBC radio. Here’s a link:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03t3dvzs
    Wilko is dying from terminal cancer. Someone asked him if he had regrets and Wilko (who is primarily a musician) joked that he’d never recorded with his favourite band, The Who. Roger Daltrey of The Who was listening and offered his services. Their album is coming out soon.
    Wilko was a good Ilyn Payne, but I’m glad he has had this opportunity before he dies before he gets old. I hope he gets to enjoy it.

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  4. Lady smallfoot

    That was a very fun episode.

    For the North !

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    Silja

    I completely lost it when he said that xD so funny!

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  5. Sarah d.

    A little late to the game here, but I just finished listening to your V-Day podcast, and wanted to answer your question: yes, I have dated someone who actively didn’t like A Song of Ice and Fire.

    On our third date, this guy went on a rant about how awful books 4 and 5 were, and how he’s done reading this “shitty series.” At that point, I thought to myself, “I am not going to have sex with you.” I won’t say his dislike of ASOIAF is solely responsible for my dumping him, but it was definitely the straw that broke the dragon’s back. Amin, I don’t know how you put it up with!

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    A Podcast of Ice and Fire

    Better to know about such problems earlier than later! :)

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