Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 "The Spoils of War" w/ Sean Gunn! – Watching Thrones

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Roth Cornet, Michele Boyd, Spencer Gilbert, and special guest Sean Gunn are your Watchers On The Couch. Join forces with them as they discuss everything that happened on S7 E04 – The Spoils of War.

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34 thoughts on “Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 "The Spoils of War" w/ Sean Gunn! – Watching Thrones

  1. In other to create multiple explosions, the dragon had to burn all the food like really. I hope the book will leave the food but instead burn the soldiers instead.

  2. 14:08 A huge battle where no important characters bite it is so not Game of Thrones? Have we been watching the same show?

    Major characters who survive: Tyrion, Davos, Stannis, Joffrey, Sandor
    Major characters who die: –

    Castle Black:
    Major characters who survive: Jon, Tormund, Sam
    Major characters who die: Ygritte

    Major characters who survive: Jon, Tormund
    Major characters who die: –

    Major characters who survive: Jon, Tormund, Davos
    Major characters who die: Ramsay? (he didn't really die in battle)

    The only 'main' character to ever die in a battle on the show is Ygritte, so really dk what ur on about.

  3. Watching this video late. MAD PROPS to Michele for the old-school Trogdor shout out! Loved it!

    Someone needs to make a "music video" of Drogon drogoning with the Trogdor song over the top.

  4. Dany would already have known about Scorpions, they have existed for centuries and were used to kill Targaryn dragons in the past. Tyrion is a student of dragons and history and would have been ale to tell her of this.

  5. Kudos to Michele Boyd for the Trogdor the Burninator reference! Can someone please draw in a giant muscular arm on Drogon's back already? #burninatingallthepeasants

  6. I like the idea of an immense, hibernating dragon in the Winterfell crypts that gets woken up by the White Walkers screamy squeals. And it wakes up super crabby: "Oh THOSE guys again. They woke me up 5000 years ago, and it's payback time. Also, I'm hungry and roasted zombies are delish."

  7. Can't explain it but when Bron hit that bitch ass dragon with the spear, I cheered. So I guess I'm team Lannister now, except f#$k Cersei. Can't wait for that Lannister clap back but still don't want Cersei to win. So f#$k Dany but like go Dany at the same time I guess, except f#%k those dragons. Please be alive, Jaime…

  8. The last scene is not meant as a cliffhanger as to the fate of Jaime, everyone knows he's not dead. It's as symbolic as it's just a thing that happened in the episode. Think of it like immersion baptism, it's a huge step in his character development and I think it'll make him see things as they really are and eventually he'll decide to fight the good fight instead of backing Cersei in her quest for dominance.

    Everyone who watches the show now knows that it doesn't matter who sits on the Iron Throne anymore. The North is aware of the imminent threat, Dany is slowly starting to see the big picture, now Team Lannister is the only party whose sole focus is the throne. Cersei is too far gone but Jaime might be convinced to see reason, that is of course, if he lives long enough.

  9. My prediction is that Dany takes Jamie as a prisoner, then she will use him as leverage to get Yara Greyjoy back from Euron. This will help Euron gain favor with Cersei, and at the same time, be something that he can use to humiliate Jamie with which will create tension between Jamie and Cersei.

  10. I believe Jon said "There's no time for that", not "I'm not interested." So I think was intended that Jon finds Dany attractive, but Jon is trying to focus on what needs to be done.

  11. Hey it's Sean Gunn! Is he a big star now? He's come a long way since playing tweeker Sammy Capulet in Tromeo and Juliet in the 90's. It's crazy how he was the same age Sophie Turner is now when he played that character.

  12. Spencer: JAMES GU- SEAN GUNN!
    Spencer, the fact that you could smile and keep going after that is impressive, I would just crawl into a hole and hold myself for the rest of the day.

  13. Regarding poisoning the dragon spears, who knows how much poison it would take, or which poison would even affect them. Maybe they are immune.

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