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Game of Thrones Feedback: Oathbreaker | Season 6, Episode 3

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  • GeekFurious

    Bloodraven told Bran he’s been waiting for him all this time… because he knew he was coming. So “all that happened happened” time-travel bit will come into play when we see Bran influencing moments in time with his power. I have zero doubt about that. This show doesn’t do anything without meaning to follow up with it later. We are going to see Bran’s time-travel powers. And I bet he does something that causes something terrible to happen and that’s why he stops using that power and instead focuses on something else.

  • Wontime

    Josh what team do you play for

  • Asher Forrester

    How does Tormund know? LOL…..Jon might not be a shower, but as you guys mentioned, Ygritte can vouch he most definitely is a grower!! xDDDD

    Jon needs an army on his side first before he can go north, right? That’s why I think it makes more sense for him to go south back to Winterfell, reunite with Sansa, save Rickon and Osha, get everyone back on the Stark’s side….and hopefully march back up to the wall and beyond with the wildings and the Northerners by his side!!

    What is Sam’s story this season? I’m really confused as to why we saw him and Gilly this episode, or even this season….I love Sam, but it did feel like his story has come to an end when he left Castle Black….

  • Asher Forrester

    Will Bran be going back in time to stop the Red Wedding from happening??
    Or is this just wishful thinking on my part…..? >___<

  • Ali B

    Wait, Jon Snow is 19?! Tough paper round.

    • GeekFurious

      They are all much younger in the books. In the show I would say they are all aged at least 5, if not 10 years.

    • if you lived in the 18th century you would have known this.

  • Jon will head to Winterfell with his friends Tormund and Wun Wun, now that he is released from his vow.
    Daenerys will be joined by Viserion and Raeghal who were freed by Tyrion. She will subdue all these cocky Khals and become their supreme Khaleesi.

  • James Griffin

    Olly was always a little shit. Jon did his best to help him, and Olly was defiant to the end, good riddance.

    • James Griffin

      As far as a question, is Ser Gregor Clegane considered an undead servant of CerseiQyburn through some form of necromancy or experimental resurrection (aka Frankenstein’s Monster)? I remember him being poisoned, but never saw him actually die. Some clarity on the nature of his role, would be appreciated. Thank you. p.s, great podcast.

    • Don’t be too harsh with him. the kid witnessed the massacre of his family and the destruction of his village. It’s hard for him to forgive those who destroyed his life.

  • Jiffy P

    The Night’s Watch has a bit of a problem with mutineers lately. Executing the traitors was a no-regrets no-brainer imo.

  • Swingin Ollie

    Black Fish? Could he still be alive and working with the Umbers?

  • Derek_Sye

    I feel like Josh forgot all about Jon Snow executing Janis Slint because he didn’t follow an order. Did he really think that Jon was going to forgive the mutineers after the literally killed him?!?!

  • Ruben Kruger

    LMAO. I love love love all the subtle Survivor references. You guys are the best