Game of Thrones
Welcome to TV Copilot, the podcast where I take you on a trip through the ins, outs, ups, and betweens of televised shows for visual media. This is episode number 9, and I am about to discuss the fantastic fancy fantasy program, Game of Thrones
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“Game of Thrones”. It’s a Television show on the Home Box Office channel on your cable or satellite network. It’s a fantasy show about royalty, deception and scheming, magic, boobs, dragons, political struggles, breasts, family in-fighting, boobs, wolves, snow, and boobs.
How did this show come to be?
This week, we’re giving you a multiple choice. The origins of this television show slash book series can be found in one of the three following descriptions. It’s up to you, the listener, to guess as to which is correct.
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Special Guest: Joining us live in studio this week is Cuyler James, the president of the George R.R. Martin fanclub, “George, We are are Martin Fans”.
This week’s interview was “recorded” at “San Diego Comic Con” “2012″
1. Probably not George R.R. Martin
2. Somebody named Mr. Bean
Recommendy if you Likey
Movie: The Warrior and the Sorceress.
TV Show: According to Jim.
Book of the week: Water Margin, sometimes called Outlaws of the Marsh, an epic novel from 14th century China
Music: “George R.R. Martin is not Your Bitch”, by John Anealio. John Anealio’s website
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