6×06: A book character makes his long awaited debut, we discuss the hypocrisy of the Faceless Men, and come up with more strange theories.
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.
Recorded on April 16 2016
Jordan Taylor from The High Files podcast joins the Watchers in this last interim episode (henceforth known as “The Precasts”) before the premiere of Season 6.
In this episode:
The Watchers on the Couch will return to a weekly release schedule next week, for the duration of the season.
“I’ve never been much of a podcaster. Apologies for what you are about to hear.” – Tim
There was a technical difficulty this episode. By technical difficulty we mean Tim forgot to hit record at the top of the show. The first portion of this episode’s audio was taken from the video camera audio.
In this episode we review the new Game of Thrones Season 6 Red Band trailer, Ian McShane has some opinions about people that get worked up over spoilers, there is some confusion whether George R. R. Martin is alive, and Sarah gives an update on the state of Fan Fiction Theater.
Recorded March 20th, 2016
This week Tim and Chris talk about betrothals, watch the latest teaser trailer for Game of Thrones Season 6, and take a look at the latest photos, when they aren’t talking about other television shows.
Theme music for The Watchers on the Couch is “Ice and Fire” by Ross Bugden
It’s the first episode of the new year and the Watchers are excited for the new season. ThorHammer’s Chris Naes returns to the table as we talk about Jon Snow’s possible return, Blu Ray commentary on Season 4, and George R. R. Martin’s take on our former NFL team, the St. Louis Rams, returning to Los Angeles.
We also try to speak Dothraki and watch The Mountain lift two refrigerators.
Opening music for the 2016 season of The Watchers of the Couch is Ice and Fire by Ross Bugden