- Season 5
- Season 6
- Season 7
- Unseasoned (Bonus)
This is it! The season 7 finale! How accurate were our predictions? What comes next? What’s the future on Watchers on the Couch during the long wait in between seasons?
Stop dragon me down! We continue to discuss whether or not Jon and Dany-Don’t-Call-Me-Dany are going to bang. Is Arya acting completely out of character this season, or is this all an elaborate ruse? And what is the latest off the wall theory concerning Bran and the Night King?
Ser Friendzone arrives just in time to third wheel a budding romance between a nephew and his Dragon Queen Aunt. Meanwhile, in King’s Landing, another Queen decides that a fourth baby with her brother has to play out better than the last three. The Night King really hates birds. Read More
The Hall of Stupid Faces returns, and our first addition is a returning champion. Was this episode’s death, the best death scene of the whole show? What’s Euron’s plans for Yara? Is it creepy if Jon and Dany hook up? Why does Sarah hate tree faces? Read More
Is Game of Thrones going to ruin food for us every episode? Do the White Walkers have a way around the Wall now? How did Grey Worm learn his “skills?” We discuss all this and more this week. Read More
Game of Thrones is back, and so are we! How long does it take us to make our first dick joke of the season? We recap the episode “Dragonstone,” make our predictions for the season, and introduce our Season 7 Dead Pool. Keep an eye on our watchersonthecouch.com website to cast your votes in the Dead Pool before the next episode of Game of Thrones. Read More
Special Guest: Frank Cashion
6×10: What an explosive season finale! We discuss the events of the Winds of Winter, Tim sucks at jokes, and we theorize on where the show will go in Season 7. Read More
Special Guest: Josh Berg
6×09: It’s the most anticipated event of the season. Did it disappoint? We discuss the events in Meereen and Winterfell. There’s new additions to the Hall of Stupid Faces, and we notice a disturbing trend in the Starks. Read More
6×07: Old Greggjoy may have a downstairs mixup, but he has expressive eyes. Wun Wun, the largest meteorologist in the Seven Kingdoms, accidentally signs up for battle. And we discuss whether Arya Stark is a candidate for the Hall of Stupid Faces. Read More
6×05: Much has been taken from us this week, and much has been revealed. As we discuss this week’s gut-wrenching episode from the ruins of the former studio, Tim is fixated by the new neighbor and we are interrupted by a pressing phone call.
6×03: What the deal with all these birds?! A Man, A Man, and A Girl discuss a disturbing trend in the shortcomings of characters this season. A new Jon Snow parentage theory is discussed in the wake of Bran’s latest vision. And surprise surprise… book lovers are upset again.
6×02: Tim and Mike are joined by long time friend, and Game of Thrones fan, Frank Cashion as they discuss the episode “Home.” Sarah and Chris send in their thoughts. The gang theorizes on the future of a returning character… that’s when things get weird.
5×09 – This week we discuss the penultimate episode of season 5. Tim speculates on a potential pandemic for season 6, Mike talks about lazy story telling, and we still can’t remember character’s names.
Recorded on: 6/8/2015
5×06: This week we discuss the controversial episode “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.” This podcast opens with discussion on the final scene of the episode. Discussion on the rest of the episode begins at 16m:43s if you’d like to jump over that part.
Recorded on: 5/20/2015
5×05: In this installment of Watchers on the Couch, we cover episode 5 of season 5. We talk about Dany’s current state of mind, Ramsay’s position as heir apparent to House Bolton, and the sad fate of being a set of male genitalia in The Known World.
This week we change the format a bit and actually discuss the events of the show instead of repeating them. Tim gives details on a popular fan theory to non-book readers Sarah and Mike. Realize how ineffective the Unsullied are, and may have even uncovered the whereabouts of Gendry.