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It’s Revenge of the Inbox with Book-Only Questions

Kylie and Julia, purge themselves of a terrible adaption and instead open their emails and inboxes to book-only questions. What could go wrong?

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This saltarello performance is by Juan Martínez Andrés from Barataria Project, and is available for purchase from Amazon.com here.

Episode Breakdown

  • 3:45 – Cersei’s rule and patriarchy
  • 11:15 – Sansa and Lady
  • 15:35 – Dany and Stannis foils?
  • 21:41 – Jaime situated as a Lannister
  • 26:35 – Who killed Aenys and Poly Oberyn/Ellaria?
  • 33:20 – What does Sansa want?
  • 34:40 – Stoneheart? Machine gun?
  • 35:45 – Cat in Dorne
  • 37:45 – About that incest…
  • 42:45 – Ladies in court & Kylie sings
  • 49:30 – The Seven in Dorne
  • 54:20 Martin’s earlier works?
  • 57:30 Perfect ASOIAF adaptation?
  • 1:00:45 Dwarf’s Penny Theory
  • 1:02:00 #dorne #brexit
  • 1:03:30 Brienne’s future role?
  • 1:05:00  Comey joke & Qarth
  • 1:08:00 Jaime and Brienne and Cersei
  • 1:11:35 Deria & Meria
  • 1:14:45 Arieaegon & rapid fire Dorne

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  • Kylie

    Kylie is a Managing Editor at The Fandomentals on a mission to slay all the tropes. She has a penchant for complex familial dynamics and is easily pleased when authors include in-depth business details.

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