Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Re-Watch | Season 6, Episode 5: “The Door”

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Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler continue “Winter Was Here” with a re-watch of Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 5: “The Door.”

Rob Cesternino (@RobCesternino) and Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) launch their official Game of Thrones re-watch podcast, called Winter Was Here, in which they will look back on every single episode of the HBO series, week by week.

The podcast begins with a completely spoiler-free overview of Thrones and the Seven Kingdoms overall, before diving into the spoiler-filled territory, in which Rob and Josh reexamine the series through the context of seven seasons worth of material.

  • Adam Berck

    Rob complaining about rhyming in English when the episode is about a character named after an English phrase.

  • James Griffin
  • SaraMadridista

    me every time you bash little finger in podcast, again little finger fallen victim to story telling going off political, again little finger was caught by Sansa in season 8 because of bran time travelling, not fault of his own.

    why we are believing here that little finger didnt know about ramsey? like I dont get it, it is in his character to lie to Sansa about it, not the opposite, then ask forgiveness from her.

    • TheTimelessOne

      Josh has it stuck in his head since the start of this podcast and every episode littlefinger has a scene or effect in he keeps saying because he died everything he did was shit. Not only Bran had godmode cheat and bad writing for littlefinger in season 7. It’s really funny cuz i kinda stopped listending to this cuz of the littlefinger bashing every episode. I come back for the Hodor episode and again i hear this and turned it off 10min in >.<

  • CamPT

    GoT delivers once again. The impact, style and shock of character deaths kept ramping up, but none had the emotional impact I felt with Hodor’s death.

    As for Littlefinger, personally I feel satisfied that his death is the result of being outsmarted by someone who knew more than him. The problem with the show is it didn’t explain well how it was Bran who outed him.