The Cast Beyond the Wall #26 – Oathbreaker

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The Cast Beyond the Wall returns with more Westerosi recapping goodness this week as they give us the breakdown of season 6 episode 3, Oathbreaker. This week your hosts take a look at Bran’s dream sequence tease, Cersei’s latest scheme against the Tyrells, and Arya Stark’s latest training montage. This week may be light on shocking twists and turns, but that doesn’t keep it from delivering the old school scheming and verbal sparring that made Game of Thrones a household name.

This week has us delving even further down the R+L=J rabbit hole as Caleb, Austin, and Daniel discuss the highly anticipated battle between Ned Stark and Arthur Dayne. Just before getting to the real meat and potatoes of the flashback, Max von Sydow’s Three Eyed Raven swoops in to remove Bran from the greater mystery of the past.

The rest of Westeros continues to be in a state of decay as King Tommen continues to be the world’s biggest pushover, the small council is divided between Lannister and Tyrell, and the North’s leadership is slowly crumbling to the feet of Ramsey Bolton. This week continues to be dialog driven set up with a few surprises including the Jon Snow’s final decision as the the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.

Essos continues to be a real snooze fest with Arya’s training spinning its wheels while Daenerys continues to retread her old narrative stomping grounds.

The show continues to move at a rapid pace and the gang here at The Cast Beyond the Wall are excited to lay out their favorite theories and predictions.

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