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Game of Thrones Re-Watch | Season 1, Ep #3: Lord Snow

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Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler continue “Winter Was Here” with a Rewatch of the “Game of Thrones” Season 1, Episode 3 “Lord Snow”

Rob Cesternino (@RobCesternino) and Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) launch their official Game of Thrones rewatch 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 spoiler-filled territory, in which Rob and Josh reexamine the series through the context of seven seasons worth of material.

Note: Spoilers beyond this episode begin at 17:28


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  • TrentC

    Syrio Forel, one of the characters left on the precipice of a cliff hanger that we never saw die. I would love to see him return in the final season.

    Haven’t heard the pod yet so I wonder if Josh mentioned the Syrio theory from Reddit? It’s a doozy.

  • Jiri Booij

    Just one of those comments letting you guys know me and my girlfriend really are enjoying these ‘Winter was coming’ podcasts. It’s fuel for a lot of our in-depth Game of Thrones discussions!

    Keep up the good work!

    Haven’t listened to this specific podcast yet, but I wonder if you could let us know your opinions on the Robert Baratheon curse ‘theory’, I’m sure you must have heard about it.

  • Matt The Golem

    Really enjoying the rewatch. But seriously guys, why have a spoiler free start and then warning? Why would someone who has not watched the series be listening to a RE watch. Does this person even exist? They just listen to the first few minutes of a description of a show they haven’t seen yet but might…I don’t get it. Maybe the first podcast but why keep coming back, what would be the point for this hypothetical person. “I really want to hear about Season 1, Episode 6 of a show I’ve never seen and characters I know nothing about” ?!

    • TrentC

      What I’ve gathered is that they describe the episode scene by scene for the quick non-spoiler portion.

      Then that opens the floodgates to re-talk about the same events in the spoiler section, while being able to use references and tie-ins from all seasons during the second run through.

      I have the same question. If a person has never watched the episode, wouldn’t the outline of a plot description start to finish expose exactly what has transpired and become a spoiler?

      *re-talk is an actual word, who knew