The Cast Beyond the Wall #27 – Book Of A Stranger

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Book of A Stranger

Game of Thrones season 6 continues to sail its Greyjoy ships full speed ahead in this week’s episode Book of the Stranger. Every minute of this episode is packed tight with some of the very best Game of Thrones and The Cast Beyond the Wall brings the fire and the analysis to this week’s particularly eventful episode. This week, the Cast is joined by one the co-founders of GoodTrash Media and host of The Film Syllabus, Alexandra Bohannon.

Book of the Stranger featured many crowd pleasing moments, but none as long awaited or emotional as the first Stark Reunion. We laughed, we cried, and somewhere George RR Martin felt a deep disturbance in his source material(probably). At long last, Daniel’s dreams of whimsey and Stark victory seemed within grasp right before the rest of the team shuts him down by talking the rather unfortunate demise of Osha at the hands of Ramsey.

Austin coins the term “Post-Martinism” as we discuss the unusually optimistic turn of events in nearly every storyline this week. After being MIA for more than five episodes, Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish returns and it looks like he’s bringing his army from the Eerie into the fold. After experiencing a moment of uncharacteristic fanboy excited, I discuss what his move could mean for the wars to come.

If all of the other heartwarming cheer moments weren’t enough for you, Daenerys finally returned to form by reminding us all why she doesn’t need dragons, unsullied, or knight’s to be the epic leader that has been promised.

Whether it’s religious zealotry or Game of Thrones’ failure to its LGBTQ characters, The Cast Beyond the Wall has you covered. What did you think of Book of the Stranger? Let us know by commenting below!


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