Will T.'s blog
After some rather hectic weeks in Westeros, things simmered back down a bit. But, as we've come to expect from HBO's fantastic epic drama, these quieter, dialogue-heavy episodes are usually followed by ones that are practically pure insanity. At any rate, join me as we recap the seventh episode of the season, "The Bear and the Maiden Fair."
As we close the books on another week in Westeros, it's clear that once again turmoil reigns supreme across the Seven Kingdoms. Though not quite as dramatic as the last two episodes, "The Climb" had more than it's fair share of wild moments. Join me as we take a look back at the sixth episode of season three. (WARNING: As always, massive spoilers ahead, y'all)
So things escalated rather quickly from the get go during this week's episode of Game of Thrones. Not a dull moment from start to finish, so join me as we recap the fifth episode of Season Three, entitled, "Kissed by Fire." (WARNING: As always, MASSIVE spoilers ahead y'all)
After a few entertaining but somewhat slow episodes, Game of Thrones heated up in a big, big way - quite literally in fact, as we'll get to later. Let's recap easily the best episode of Season 3, aptly titled, "And Now his Watch has Ended." (WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILERS AHEAD!!)
Without a doubt, this was one of the most entertaining Masters tournaments in recent memory. Completely full of all kinds of controversial drama from day one through the final round, the 77th edition of the Masters had it all. From Tianlang Guan's slow play penalty, Tiger's Dropgate and the subsequent fallout, REDONKULOUS GUY, the final round weather (thanks Electronic Arts!) and more, one couldn't have asked for much more to include in this year's Masters.
So after a rather slow week in last weeks' episode of As the Westeros turns, business picked up slightly in episode three. And, as we'll discuss later, this episode was appropriately titled, "The Walk of Punishment." As always, MASSIVE SPOILERS AHEAD Y'ALL. Let's jump right in.
Finally, after far too long of a wait, the best show on HBO right now Game of Thrones is back. Was it worth the wait? Join me as we take a look back at the first episode of the third season, called Valar Dohaeris. (Warning: MASSIVE SPOILERS Y'ALL)
Unless you've been hiding under a rock, then undoubtedly you know that easily the most dominant story circulating on Twitter this past week was the viscious dunk Deandre Jordan threw down on Brandon Knight. Almost immediately after it happened, it went viral across the web. Literally everybody had something to say about it (yes, even including @JoseCanseco), and as you'll see below, provided for one of the funniest moments on Twitter I've ever experienced.