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The Road to Westeros: Day 9 of the Countdown to Game of Thrones

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Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler embark on day NINE of a daily countdown podcast releasing one podcast a day until we arrive at the premiere of Season 5 of “Game of Thrones” on HBO on April 12, 2015.

 

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  • Sometimes I really love the parts of discussion that separates Rob as the non-book reader (even though he’s catching up) and Josh as the book-reader, because there’s different interpretations of things to be had and it’s nice to hear that mix. But then there’s times where it’s so hard to listen to Josh try and dance around how much he can contribute without spoiling anything, and that’s not a knock on you Josh, I think you do well not to spoil, but I could feel you really wanting to discuss what’s coming up for Cersei in what will be a big season for her.

    • Josh Wigler

      Totally fair, Matt. Definitely a balancing act. Looking forward to digging into it this season.

    • Tom Oosterbroek

      I don’t mind it so much. As a great fan and a buff of all things Westeros, it can be quite fun to see Josh try to navigate that minefield.

      I’m like: ‘oohhhhhhhhh’ ‘Aaaahhhhhhhhh, close call’

  • @Wharfrat1625

    I often feel like many of the actors on GoT don’t get the credit they deserve for what are so often extraordinary performances due to the sheer volume of the cast. They are often over shadowed by the players who get the most screen time, but the vast majority of the cast are truly exceptional at their craft. Alfie Allen, Liam Cunnigham, Carice van Houten, Rory McCann, and nearly all the “child” actors like Maise Williams and Jack Gleason (Among nearly countless others) are just stupendous in what they are able to do with their roles. It’s a true embarrassment of riches they have in the talent pool.

    I love Rob’s enthusiasm about the material and the effort he’s put into learning about it. Wigler surely deserves some props for his finesse in maneuvering through the minefield that is pod casting about the show while avoiding revealing all the knowledge he has about the story from the books. He does it with the Walking Dead shows also, and it’s a task I do not envy. It doesn’t get noted enough, and I think he handles the job quite well. Good work Boys! Can’t wait till Sunday!!