Every time Ivan says “comeuppance”, it’s time to drink. Natasha Muse joins us this episode to discuss Team Pain Spider, Jain Espenson, the feminists of Westeros, our new business venture sentbyraven.com, further confusion of dogs and wolves, Khal Newman, the greatest joke premise ever told, Petyr Baelish’s terrible whispering, everyone struggling to remember Bronn’s name, and trial by battle. Check out Natasha’s radio show, Too Soon at FCC Free radio. Intro today was by Dan from Digitapp.
Ivan and Red cover “The Wolf and The Lion” in the last of the Season 1 GoT episodes directed by Brian Kirk. We’re introduced to the Knight of Flowers, some hill people, Varys the big gay cat, giant dragon skulls, and the ultimate attachment parenting. We also cover the shaving of chests and smuckers jam in more depth than was strictly necessary. Intro music is “Learning to Fly” by Arkngthand.
This week on Boars, Gore, and Swords we cover Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things with guest Kelly Anneken. We talk about differentiation between Jon Snow/Robb Stark/Theon Greyjoy, Samwell Tarley, the Full Metal Jacket subplot, Viserys’s nipple scar, the definition of septum, strong seed, Grand Maester Pycelle’s Vaporizer, and much more. Intro by Ramin Djawadi.
In Episode 3 we discuss as little of Joffrey Baratheon as possible. We do manage to discuss Uncle Fester the eunuch, The Giver, Werther’s Originals, Full House, and some Italian Stereotypes. Follow us at @boarsgoreswords and email questions and comments to email@example.com. Intro by Jason Yang.
Episode 2, in which Ivan and Red discuss:
- Rickon Stark
- The surname Snow
- House Words
- Inferred Penises
- Joffrey slapped for 10 minutes to Achilles Last Stand
- Caitlin Stark SVU
- King Robert & Lord Stark on a picnic
- How much Red looks like the Butcher’s boy
- Red’s dog
Intro music is “The King has Arrived” by Arkngthand, a Game of Thrones tribute metal band.