Season 6 finale of Game of Thrones sets the table for the concluding two seasons to come while making sure no one will ever forget who actually and exactly is the Queen B of the Seven Kingdoms.
Its not often that a skirmish involving all of the Dothraki and ALL of Daenerys' little fiery babies is the undercard of an episode but the Battle of the Bastards proves to be the tension filled blood gushing and curdling vicious epic mess of a throwdown that Game of Thrones has been promising for some time now. Few battles rival the violence, intensity, thrills and kills of this one.
For an episode that pretty much takes place over one day, a whole lot of people use the 24 hours having a reckoning of one kind or another. Westeros. Braavos. Mereen. River Run. One bad day on Game of Thrones.
WHERE MY DOGS AT? They right here on GoT, licking wounds, playing fetch and fixing to kill himself some unbannered men! Margeary seems to have the game on lock which leaves Granma'ma to eviscerate Cersei one last time before she sets off on the road home.
Sam and Gillie arrive are the home of Sam's loving mother and sister, his younger brother and his deplorable father and it's back to put-upon Sam all over again. Arya makes a bold move which may come back to haunt her and Marjorie makes a bold move of her own that may just shift things nicely in her direction.
GoT has been very good about popping in on multiple storylines every episode and this week is no exception. Little Finger is here, with Sansa and Brienne. Jon Snow shows up. Tyrian shows up with Varris, who's in for a rudely polite awakening. But we see Hodor...and the best episode of the season is born.
Now THIS is the Daenyrs we all love and remember! Tyrion gets his diplomat on in Mereen while all types of shade is afoot in King's Landing but Daenyrs tho? That fire tho? WHAT!
Hark! There's a Stark in Winterfell! A Stark sees for the first time! A Stark(ish) rises at the Wall! What does this portend for the bad-stricken noble house? Meanwhile all over Westeros, the games that people play are afoot.
Ariell Johnson, the Amalgam Tribble, joins the boys for a review of the second episode of the new season where nearly everyone has a scene to show what they're made of, got going on or to go out with a big splat. But leave it to Ramsey to prove that just when you think you know him, you don't know ish!
Game of Thrones returns for a sixth season of intrigue, fantasy and cold blooded murder by any means at hand. We catch up with all the players including a dead Crow and a red Old Woman.
Kennedy aka Storm Tribbleand Ariell Johnson of Amalgam Comic Shop & Coffeehouse (the Amalgam Tribble) get their two cents on the breathtaking season finale and join Master & Bats in a fun round of speculation about the next season to come of Game of Thrones.
The season comes to a close for GoT as we make meaningful harrowing eye-catching stops in Dorn, Mereen, Bravos, Winterfell and Kings Landing before settling into a nice warm cozy killing by the fire.
The penultimate episode of the season. The one we've been waiting for. Jon Snow @ the Wall. Arya in Bravos with her 'list'. Stannis making a pitch for father of the year. Daenerys in the clutches of the Sons of the Harpy. It was all that! And yet...
Game of Thrones takes a leisurely tour around Westeros to catch up on Tyrion, Daenerys, Sansa and Reek and even Arya before going HARDHOME to Jon Snow, the Free Folk and an avalanche of white walkers!
The Gifts are flying all over this episode as Sansa finds a gift just for her as Ramsey presents a gift of his own making, Daenerys has a little gift land at her feet and Cersei finds a surprise gift awaiting her with the Sparrows.
Arya levels up, G-Mom Tyrell and Cerse hold a bitching contest and a pimp named Littlefinger struts his stuff in King's Landing leaving Ramsey Bolden to be a whole ass with poor Lady Sansa.
Ramsey Bolton is wholeheartedly a complete sphincter! Daenerys Targaryen proves she is the one true Mother of Dragons and Jon Snow be a boy no more!
The Sons of the Harpy reek havoc inside Meeren and the Queen of Dragons is standing on shaky shaky ground.
Kennedy and Erik, Storm Tribble & Master Tribble, are caught off-guard by the shenanigans going on inside of Westeros, Easteros and Whereeveros, especially regarding poor Sansa.
The episode is titled House of Black & White for Arya Stark's story but it might as well be called RESUME as Brienne, Jon Snow, Tyrion get their dossier layed out before them and not in a good way necessarily. And the Mother of Dragons faces a test of her authority.
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