Beyond The Wall – Episode 5

I know it’s very late, but here is “Episode 5” of SpecFicMedia’s Beyond The Wall – A Game of Thrones Podcast. This podcast focuses on a weekly discussion of the HBO series “Game of Thrones,” with additional discussions of the various media tied to George R.R. Martin’s fantasy series “A Song of Ice and Fire.”

In today’s episode we discuss the fifth episode (May 15th, 2011) of “Game of Thrones.”

Episode 5 – The Wolf and The Lion

00:00 – \\My Father is The Hand of the King.\\ – Intro, and hosts P.G. Holyfield, Christiana Ellis, Chooch and Viv say hi.

3:55 – \\It\\™s just blood. We\\™ve all got it in us. Sometimes a little spills.\\ – WTF have they done with my Renly?

9:25 – \\People love you.\\ – The discussion of Renly continues

16:20 – \\Sir Loras knew his mare was in heat.\\ – As Viv says, this episode was full of “shock and awe.”

***More Show Notes to Come***

1:20:00 – Outro and Outtakes

Hosts: P.G. Holyfield (author of Murder at Avedon Hill and SFM Founder)
Nuchtchas (Host of Nutty Bites Podcast)
Chooch (Into the Blender Podcast Co-Host, and bassist of Ditched By Kate)
Vivid Muse (Into the Blender Podcast Co-Host), Girls’ Rules Podcast Host)
Christiana Ellis (too many podcasts to list here 😉 but you can check out all things Christiana at her site.

Contact Us:

Email: btw at specficmedia.com
Phone: 6199-BTW-GoT (619-928-9468)
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1 comment for “Beyond The Wall – Episode 5

  1. Patman
    May 23, 2011 at 9:21 am

    Great job in regards to all the podcasts. I'm downloading your podcast for episode 5 now, so I'll be commenting right now on the televised episode six, Golden Crown. So SPOILERS PEOPLE! Don't read my comment that follows if you are not up to date!

    SPOILER SPACE

    Great episode, I like Janed Espenson's script in this. It was nice to hear King Bob call Ned his brother in preference to his biological brothers, since that fact underlines some of Stannis' and Renly's motivations.

    Ser Jorah continues to be awesome. Syrio was awesome. Joffrey charming Sansa was well done (I don't want to keep saying 'awesome', but it was) I was impressed how well the scene played off. I hate Joffrey, but I could really see why Sansa was totally taken in.