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Game of Thrones S7 Ep #6 Feedback Show | Beyond the Wall

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Game of Thrones Feedback Show Podcast: Season 7, Episode 6 – Beyond the Wall

Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) and Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) are swooping back in again to answer all your emergency ravens from “Beyond the Wall”, episode 6 of season 7 of HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ from August 20, 2017.

This week, the guys were swarmed with listener feedback questions on topics such as what Cersei’s reaction to seeing the wight might be, when Jon might finally learn the truth of his parentage, and “Zomberion”.

Be sure to join us once again on Facebook LIVE Sunday night immediately following the episode to recap the season finale, “The Dragon and the Wolf”.

  • dapete

    I too had problems with the chain but even further, who went down there to do the rigging?

    Also, I know they’re the “magnificent seven” and all, but I can’t believe they all kept their cool to fly on the back of the dragon. That had to be beyond their imaginations and yet they were back to work when they got to Dragonstone. Seems to me they’d be like the folks who come back from Burning Man.

  • Claire

    I do not read any spoilers and leaks so this may be a reach but here’s the theory..

    We know that Bran is able to time travel somehow and can alter some things from different times..let’s say he decides to travel to different times to the past in order to stop or kill the Night King and White walkers..

    this may also be the time he go to the Mad King but maybe things went wrong there so he travel’s further to the past and becomes Brandon the builder to build the Wall..after that maybe he travels further then to the past warging to the man before he even becomes the Night King maybe to destroy him? or tries to convince the Children of the Forest about what is going to happen in the future..but they don’t believe him and turns him to Night King anyways..by turning him to Night King, maybe Bran’s soul is going to be stucked as Night King for so many years with a literally cold body and soul.

    It is also maybe the reason why the Night King didn’t kill Jon at Hardhome..or how he knows what’s gonna happen just last episode..

    Yeah, maybe that’s a lot complicated because with that theory that means Bran is actually the cause of it all.

    • Buck Hondo

      That’s pretty wild. They really need to make the whole “Bran has an effect on things that have already happened because time is a flat circle” dynamic pay off since they set it up for us with his effect on Hodor. This could be one way they do that.

  • Buck Hondo

    If only Targaryans can ride dragons, and if the dragon has three heads, and if Dany and Jon Snow are the first two riders, then who’s the third?

    What if the man who was turned into the Night’s King by the Children of the Forest was a Targaryan? Then he could ride the dragon wight and he would be “the third head of the dragon.” I don’t really care for this scenario, and it’s probably not even close, but I thought it might be possible.

  • Brendan Fitzpatrick

    GET HYPE. That’s all.