Ivan and Red ride in two days late with twice the episode to cover Season 2, Episode 3 of Game of Thrones. We talk Craster kickin’ some Snow around, Luwin being a muggle, how Brianne’s more qualified to give it to Marjorie Tyrell than Renly, Sansa’s acting skills, the most accommodating wife ever, the drowned god and so very much more. We’re late. We’re sorry. It will probably happen again.
I’m just going to call her ‘fire Yoko’ from now on.
— Ivan Hernandez on Melisandre in Game of Thrones (via swallowed keys)
I CANNOT WAIT FOR THOROS OF MYR. Sent by Bannerman Nelson T.
Caitlin Gill (@caitlinistall) is back with Ivan and Red to cover Season 2, Episode 2 of Game of Thrones! We discuss felling our enemies with Sword Tiaras, Skyrim’s influence on Game of Thrones, Arya’s Meg Ryan haircut, Gendry’s makeover, the testicle CG crew, Varys’s lack of mustache, the rule of threes, potatoes, and listen all the way to the end for a brief but special post script.
We’re back to our roots, with Ivan and Red covering the season premiere of Game of Thrones. We talk secret previews, Sam Tarley’s auditioning skills, STANNIS, Peter Dinklage acting into a mirror, sibling love, Joffrey coming into his own as King, bastard murder montage, CGI budget related to Dire Wolf growth, and so much more.
Sean Keane and Caitlin Gill join Ivan and Red for Red Loves Game of Thrones! Sean discusses watching all 9 Oscar movies in a row (with a break to perform at Cobb’s), Lex Luthor in a power suit, how Red will never watch Lost, and finishing with a Game of Thrones themed Leonard Maltin Game with excessive talk of rotation. Playing of The Leonard Maltin is courtesy of Doug Benson, who has much more Len Maltin as well as incredible guests on his podcast Doug Loves Movies.
What You Should Be Watching - Steven Moffat/Matt Smith Doctor Who edition. Ivan and Red cover The Doctor, Tardises, Daleks, sweaty English heroes, deep-fried pizza, poor stranger danger policy, Douglas Adams, and more!
In their second “What You Should Be Watching” episode, Ivan & Red cover BBC’s Sherlock, created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, and starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. We talk comparisons to House MD, the third greatest Conan, the disappointing RDJ Sherlock, the movie Hackers, and more!