776 – The Iron Throne | Game of Drones S8 E6
As seasons change some windows close, and we say goodbye to the dreamy breeze that brought us so much. Drift off as we journey through Westeros one last time.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, and friends beyond the binary. Hey, patrons, it's me. I just wanted to say hey. What's up? Thanks so much for supporting the show. Really appreciate and good night.
Hey, are you up all night tossing and turning, mind racing? Trouble getting to sleep? Trouble staying asleep? Well, welcome. This is Sleep With Me the podcast that puts you to sleep. We do it as a bedtime story. All you need to do is get in bed, turn out the lights, and press play. I'm going to do the rest. What I'm going to attempt to do is create a safe place where you can set aside whatever is keeping you awake. Whether it's thoughts, feelings, physical sensations, changes in time or temperature. Whatever is keeping you awake. Travel, any of those things. I'm going to be here to take your mind off of stuff. But what I'm going to do is I'm going to send my voice across the deep, dark night. I'm going to using lulling, soothing, creaky, dulcet tones, pointless meanders, superfluous tangents. Extra mumbles or accidental mumbles, word… I'm going to tumble.
Actually I think I've talked about it. I'm going to stumble over words and I'm going to tumble over them. The word tumbler, I think that can be multiple things. What do you call it when a kid Scrabble things, tiles, in a rock tumbler? Well, I'd call it the word… I would rename the rock tumbler the word tumbler. Well, no. Why not the letter tumbler? What do you call it when you put Boggle letters in a podcast, piece of artwork, you call it The Illusionist. Well, would you if you put them in a rock tumbler, though? I don't know. Okay, here's a question. What would be more soothing? The sound of tumbling rocks in a rock tumbler, which doesn't have much sound from what I can recall. The sound of Scrabble tiles in a rock tumbler? That sounds like some… The beginning, that sounds like the middle of a middling poem. “Your sweet voice is like the sounds of Scrabble tiles in a rock tumbler,” he said to her over coffee. I guess it would be dialogue in one of my screenplays. And then he stood and turned, his hips leading the way. The hips, he realized as he walked off, he had never felt in 40 years. Today was the day.
That's a little bit of The Boy Who Discovered His Hips. Coming soon to a theater in my imagination. But also what is like by… Okay, let me get to the new listeners first, then we can contemplate these things. But we'll come back to all this. So if you're new, hey, welcome to Sleep With Me. It's a podcast, it's to put you to sleep. It's a little bit different. You probably already noticed that. So let me give you a couple of things to know. I'm glad you're here and I hope I can help you or be here as you fall asleep, keep you company. So the show, if you like, or try to… It's almost better to kind of almost passively consume it. Just like having rock tumbling as a hobby.
You'd say, “What is this? Scoots, what are the Venn diagrams of Sleep With Me's, you know, cyclegraphics and demographics? Tell me more about it.” Well you'd say, “Well, most of the listeners are good people. Wonderful people, if you ask me, even the new listeners are great. Very conscientious people or whatever that word is. Kind, intelligent, all those listeners are intelligent. Looking for a good night's sleep. Likely to support causes and support building a community they want to see. That's Sleep With Me's demographics and cyclegraphics. People who do nice stuff, pick up after themselves. Those are all. And also majority of the listeners owned a rock tumbler at one point in their lives.” So that's about it, that's our demographics. So, oh, so if you're a new listener, I tend to go off-topic. Structurally what to expect with the podcast, it starts off with a few minutes of business. That's key to keeping it free for everybody.
And then there's an intro. Where we're about like five minutes into the into. And the into is where I try to explain what the podcast is. But then something always pops up in my mind like rock tumblers, which make an appearance like every 200 or so episodes. And then sometimes they'll make… You know, then I'll have rock tumbler on the brain. What's the most common item, what's the 50th most common item to see at a garage sale? Rock tumbler. Factoids. Made up factoids, live. Fun facts as Janet would say. Fun fact, rock tumbler is actually a rock roller technically. Commonly referred to as rock barrels within the community that lives in Scooter's imagination. Oh so, new listeners, so there's an intro where I try and explain what the podcast is for about 15 minutes. And so people, when they first get to the podcast, will be like, “Is he ever going to get to the point?” Well, I'll try. And I won't quite achieve that. That's what the intro kind of is.
So is it… When's the Game of Thrones talk going to start? Well, I just mentioned it. But, later, in about 12, 14 minutes we'll shift from the intro to the Game of Thrones discussion. If you don't watch Game of Thrones don't worry about it. This will mildly resemble Game of Thrones. You know, we won't even talk about the… Any of the like stuff like, “Oh, what am I going to do now?” You know, kind of stuff. Like what am I going to watch next? Don't worry. It'll be totally devoid. I've got to get back to talking about rock tumbling, so don't think about that Game of Thrones. So we'll talk about that. The intro is like way… A lot of listeners use it as part of their wind down. Because you say, “Why do you try to explain the podcast for 12 to 15 minutes?” And I'd say, “Well where else in the great podcast community…” Other than those wonderful rock-specific, rock tumbling podcasts like Rock Tumbling Today, Rockin' Rock Tumbling, Don't Come A'Knockin' If This Rock Tumbler is A'Rockin'. Those are some of my favorites. Binge-Mode Rock Tumbler Edition, you know, Cast of Rock Tumblers, Bald Move, Talk and Tumblers.
That's one of, like, they also talk about drink tumblers. So that's like a broader… So those are some of the rock tumbling podcasts. Oh what was I… I was trying to explain Sleep With Me. So, oh, where else am I going to get those plugs in? Tumble To Me, that was a good one. It's not around anymore. Talk To, oh no, Talk Tumble To Me. That was a couple, this was one of the ones I can't believe it didn't make it big time. It was a couple one rock tumbler, or rock tumbler enthusiast, one person not interested in rock tumbling. And they worked with a… You know, then there was a third-party professional. And they learned, you know, they like went… Through the lens of rock tumbling their relationship flourished. And they learned to love. Oh wait, this is back to that screenplay. And the boy became a man, a man with hips. And those hips kept a'walking. Oh, and… So, okay. Where was it? So that's the intro. And then I'll be talking Game of Thrones.
Then we'll talk about any factoids that came up during game of thrones or lists or anything like that. Tom and [inaudible 00:08:44] will make an appearance. Then the prayers to the old Gods and the new. So we'll be here for at least like an hour and a half plus. And the whole thing is, if you're new, that gives you plenty of time to fall asleep. Right? You say, “Okay, well you're easing me into bed for 15 minutes. Getting me comfortable.” And I'd say, “Right, like the rumbling… Like a great rock tumbler in the sky.” That's what I used to say. That's one of my great belief systems my imaginary friend taught me. When I'd say, “Mama, Papa, what about all the thunder.” They'd say, “Oh, it's the Gods bowling or whatever.” Now Bill, my imaginary friend, would say, “Shh, get over here kid. It ain't bowling up there, they're rock tumbling.” Oh, what… And also Bill like… It ended up Bill was also, worked for a rock tumbling company.
Because I said, “Oh, Bill, what's rock tumbling?” That's how I used to talk as a kid. And Bill said, “It's the hottest new craze. Only the kids… You know, you've heard of rock and roll, right?” Kind of, Bill. “Well, this is rocks actually rolling in a barrel. And you know how? Hey, kid, have you even noticed how boring rocks are?” Well some are cool. Like the whole of Game of Thrones this season hinged on rocks, technically. “Hey, kid, I'm here. Just say, ‘Sure. Oh, yeah, they're so boring. Like as boring as a sleep podcast.'” Well, actually, Bill that would make up… It would be, I guess, it's a paradox but the interesting-ness of rocks could help people fall asleep. So I think you're devaluing a paradoxical nature of that relationship. Oh, sorry, yeah totally man. Rocks are the dullest. You know, one thing about rocks is, Bill, that I noticed is they're just not shiny.
“That's right, kid. Have you ever wondered if there's a prolonged process, agonizingly slow? Like an egg on? Agonizingly slow, kid, where you could learn about the power of sand and sanding? And then one day, eventually… Where you learn grit through grit, kid. That's what real rock tumblers do. I just saw that I've got to rework my pitch. Learning grit through grit: rock tumbling.” Well, true… Could you use true grit or is that probably trademarked? “Probably trademarked kid, but that's a good one. True grit through grit: rock tumbling.” I think I liked your first one better, but eventually the rocks are shiny and polished and that was my point. True grit through grit. I think that's, Bill, that's your thing. Rock tumbling. Yeah, Bill, would you like to buy a rock tumbler? I have the newest edition. The Sonic Rock Roller. Like it's a rebel edition. It's actually not even for sale, Bill, anywhere. But I could get you… “Really?” Yeah, I could put you in a rock tumbler today. “Please don't. Well, maybe that would polish up my pitches.” Bill, this is really turning into a long intro. But have you ever thought about a podcast with just items in a rock tumbler to put people to sleep? “Never thought of it.” We could call it True Grit Through Grit.
And maybe I'll actually do this. What items would you put in a rock tumbler to relax people. Well, you know, I'm most interested in word tumbling because I thought that would be a good metaphor for the podcast. Turns out it's letter tumbling. Whether you use Boggle cubes or things. “What about 20-sided die?” Oof, Bill you're reading… Maybe, would you like to go into a sleep podcast? Experimental sleep, art-based experimental sleep podcast business? “I think I would.” All right, True Grit Through Grit. That's Bill and I's future podcast. Anyway, I'm here to take your mind off stuff. If you're new, it went off the rails and I'm just trying to… You know, don't… Be careful of rock tumblers that go off the rails because they're barrel-like shaped. So, anyway, this is a podcast to take your mind off stuff and keep you company as you fall asleep. You don't have to listen and there's no pressure to fall asleep. I'm going to be here for over an hour and a half tonight to keep you company as you drift off. Fall asleep at your leisure and see how it goes.
Most people, 99% of people that are regular listeners to the podcast, which is a couple hundred thousand people like they say… So a couple hundred thousand people have actually told me, It took two or three times before I realized that this podcast was…” Yeah, like whatever just happened for the past 12 minutes. “And then I realized I could fall asleep and it works great.” So if you're new give it a few tries. I really hope it can help. If it doesn't check out sleepwithmepodcast.com/nothankyou for other options. But I do want to help. I've been there, that's the thing. And I strive and I yearn, I work very hard on the show, because I'd like to keep you company and help you fall asleep. Thanks for coming by. And here's a couple of ways we keep the show a'going.
All right everybody, we're talking about season eight, episode… Oh no, season eight, episode seven. Right? I have my episodes mixed up. Episode six? That can't be right. I thought there was… I'm not even kidding, I must be mixed up. No, I guess there was only six episodes. I guess, as you can see, I'm a bit confused. But I thought it was called The Last Watch, but then it ends up it was called… That was the… That's going to be the documentary about the making of the documentary. I don't know if it's the making of this season or of all the seasons, but this one is called The Iron Throne. And I really did like that. And, believe it or not, I did get to see the continuation of the movie. So the movie I was talking about last week got made into… There was a sequel to that movie. And, again, it was very similar to this episode. So I'm going to kind of run through mostly that movie, because it's a little bit easier to talk about. And it was very shot-for-shot. Again, I don't know if… Like how they could…
Like this movie was animated, Miyazaki-style, but it was an Italian, kind of avant garde, it was a bit surrealistic. So, to set it up, very similar to last episode of the Game of Thrones but a little bit different. So this was the sequel. Last week we talked about the sequel to the movie Flowers in the Attic, which I didn't realize had a reboot in the last few years, or remake. And I was talking about the 80s or 90s version. And this movie was kind of a sequel to that, but not a direct sequel. Or influenced, because it was an animated avant garde movie. And it was like… It was also a combination of like the movie Flowers in the Attic, a little bit of Through the Wardrobe, and then a little bit of like a Khaleesi-type story. And none of it was in English so, again, I'm going to be going off my notes from both the last episode of Game of Thrones and this movie, which were very similar. And it'll probably be confused and meander together.
So it starts off with like a last time on Game of Thrones, it's all from the last episode it seems like, as we're going through the opening here. Right now I'm watching it, it's heading towards King's Landing. And it does look like similar to Winterfell. There are some, like, there are some changes. Not total changes to King's Landing. Oh, we're still in Winterfell still. And, again, I don't know if these are projections or actual changes to the opening title. Because, but let's see… So going into Winterfell. Oh yeah, it looks like there's not a lot of buildings in Winterfell. The gate doesn't work. Oh yeah, a lot of it is… Oh it definitely is, okay this is… So, yeah, there's a lot of missing pieces in Winterfell. Missing LEGOs. Or not in Winterfell, in King's Landing. And the Iron Throne is still there, but… Well it would get too far ahead of us. And both the movie, which I don't even know what it was called. I was calling it Flowers in the Attic 3. So they had the character I was labeling as Tyrion. Like he was one of the… Like in the sequel there was three kids, Jaime, Cersei, and Tyrion, who were the grown adult children from Flowers in the Attic. And so, and last time… I don't know, it's too complicated to explain.
But Tyrion, in the animated movie but also in the show, is trudging through. And he looks up left, he looks up right. He's trudging. And, in the movie, because he's going through the great garden that was outside of the mansion where the kids were in the attic. The garden that like that protected the mansion, but also created the flowers that were in the attic. If there were any, I don't know if there were. I think that was more of a metaphor. But if there ever were going to be flowers in the attic they would have been from there. And Tyrion is kind of taking all this in. So he says, “Okay, this is complicated for me. Because this garden, you know, I didn't want to be raised as one of the flowers in the attic. But this garden was supposed to be mine.” That's different than Game of Thrones, because I don't think King's Landing was necessarily supposed to be Tyrion's. But you know he was a lover of gardens. I mean, because not only is it a garden. Like everything is mowed. Shrubs, shrubbery, flowers, weeds, everything was mowed as he trudges through there. He kind of sees that.
He even sees, because this is an animated movie with a little bit of Fantasia. There's even a couple stems just walking around without any green or flowers on them. Bare plants walking. Then we see Jon in baclage, do a double-take. Oh Jon's in the background doing a double-take. Side shot. Oh he looked to the side shot in both the episode and the movie. So, again, I don't know how this happened but it's like through buildings in GoT. But it went through rows of the former hedges that have been defoliated. We see Tyrion, Jon, and The Onion Knight walking. There's lots of… I'd call it dandelion dust. I don't know what you'd call it. I don't know if anybody saw that in Los Angeles, where you make a wish, you blow the dandelions? This art installation? It looked amazing. But I think Tyrion says something to Jon like, “See you later.” Jon says, “You can't go there solo.” He goes, “Yeah, brah, I'm going solo.” Jon has a stoic look on his face. And I didn't see this until the second viewing, but Tyrion… There's a walking shot with Tyrion and the bell from the bell towers. But in, well we call it the movie, it was like a ton of little bells, reindeer bells in this case.
Because in the movie what they did was, instead of the castle, they had all this pricker bushes of blackberry bushes. And where you could climb through there was bells. So you could ring the bells and say, “Hey, you can crawl through the pricker bushes without getting prickered here.” But Dany just mowed all of the pricker bushes. So there's a Tyrion walking shot with the bell. Red Keep up, up, up Lannisters. Oh so he goes up into the Red Keep. And then I guess he goes down, down, down. Oh now, I'm wrong. Lannisters, there's this Lannister plant that somehow made it through all the mowing. And they were considered this very rare plant. And they're potted. And someone found them and Grey Worm says we've got to… Basically we're going to get rid of these plants. And they consider them a weed. And Jon and Onion Knight are like, “What are you doing? Those are potted plants. You're just going to… Why would you…” What do you call that? Prune, total prunage though, of a potted plant. Just, you know, give… You put it on the curb and somebody will take it. You put it on Craigslist free.
Again, this was all in Italian. So I was just trying to guess, project my own dialogue on here. And then Grey Worm considers it a weed. “Trim all the weeds,” he says. “Trim all the plants.” Him and Jon are kind of debating this in the regular episode. And then we have Jon. Jon like puts his hand on Grey Worm. Grey Worm puts his hand on Jon. They have a stare down. He and Onion Knight try. He says, “We'll just talk to the Garden Queen.” I mean, not me. I mean, talk about foreshadowing. He says, it's the royal we, and he says, “Jon, you're royal. I ain't royal.” So Jon and Grey Worm have this long stare. Then we see Tyrion going up, up, up. Or he's in the map room. So, again, we get this call back to this beautiful… Like it's actually not a room, it's a map plaza. I've been calling it the map room, but it's a map plaza. Or it might be a piazza, I don't know what a piazza is, but… I don't even know what a portico is. Or, you know, that like you know what that word looks like? I don't even know how to say it or spell it.
Then there's like the small council room. I don't know if that's what it's called, where like everybody meets that advises the queen or the king. And Tyrion is in there looking around. Oh yeah, but what were they called? Then he picks up a torch. He goes down, all the way down to the sub-basements of the Red Keep. He looks around. He puts down his… What do you call it? His torch. He has to climb into another room, I think, a more darker room. Puts it down. It looks like it's a more drunken or dank-en rums, but it's a more darker room. He sees Jaime's brass ring in the movie, but brass hand in this. And eventually sees Cersei. They're having a big sleep. I guess there's no way, like after they've gone. You know, they're big farm residents now. So Tyrion is, you know, forlorn would be an understatement. He says goodbye to them, especially Jaime. And this does particularly align with his strong feelings for his brother. Saying, “You know, you're the one who really has stood up for me.” And I don't know if this is quite a counterpoint to the last, the Game of Thrones episode but also the movie. Of like, Jaime…
Well, I thought I had something and then I forgot what I was going to say. I don't know like Tyrion's shedding of emotion here, it does seem to be a counterpoint to Hound's feeling of absurdist or pointlessness or whatever that kind of was like a little bit more prevalent in last episode. Where you say, “Oh, is this nihilism? Is Tyrion a nihilist?” I think we start to see here he's like, “No, no, no, no. I greatly loved my brother and my sister.” And, oh yeah, because he says, “You know, this is a little bit of a tragic…” It's not absurdist, it has like this… I don't know if you know what I mean or not. And we see Arya walking. She's kind of watching and walking, taking it in too. And she sees all the gardeners, or I don't think you can call them gardeners in truth, that the Garden Queen hired.
They're kind of like whatever you call that. Like what do they call demo, like garden demo teams. Where, you see, we don't garden we remove. Like trunk, what do you call those? Like trunk remover. I don't know if anybody has one of those businesses where you say, “Hey, we get rid of tree trunks.” You could call yourselves Trunk Busters. Just give me like 30 Gs for that. Who are you going to call? Like I guess you couldn't do a TV ad, because that wouldn't be a good investment. But it would be funny. You could do something on YouTube. Right, I guess the company who owns Ghostbusters wouldn't be happy. So just stick to trunk… Trunks, we bust 'em. And you could say, “We bust… Sometimes we pull them out, sometimes we bust them up.” But Dany does have some trunk busters on her team. Let's see Jon… Arya watches Jon Snow kind of going through all of the garden demo team, de-gardeners. He's kind of pushing his way through. And there's big, bass-y music here as he does a long walk. Arya kind of walks off to the side, paralleling him. Questioning, off to the side. Questioning.
There's lots of dandelion snow. Yeah, there's a real big buildup. We're at the top of the Red Keep. Jon's working his way up. To say Jon's posture is stooped would be an understatement. So she's off to the side questioning, maybe? I don't know. Grey Worm has, does that say frown-y face? Against then Drogon, who is the Great Goose who carried the lawnmower who trimmed most of this great garden. Jon gets to the top of the stairs. And also Dany has that like, you know on Instagram where everybody has a picture of them standing in front of wings? Goose wings? She does… They do that in a really cool way. But I guess they say, “Well, I've seen that…” I mean, normally I don't scoff at things, but I'll say I've seen that a thousand times on Instagram and I'm barely on there. But it was kind of cool. And, I mean, I've seen it again. And I thought like some of that acting and some of the animating in the movie of Dany's face or expressions here is really a big time game.
But she makes a big speech. At first she does lots of nose breathing. She's very happy that her kind of predictions were filled. She said, “Remember a long time ago I promised you we were going to trim these gardens?” She goes, “Iron watering stone planters, iron planters, we got them out. Mowed it on.” Everybody cheers.”We mowed this garden down.” And sometimes… She goes, “Haven't you ever heard of tilling?” People haven't heard of that, like folding it back in. It was a good call of the goose. Everybody is cheering. Jon has his barf face where he says, “I think I'm going to barf.” Grey Worm… She goes, “Grey Worm, great job keeping me safe and being at my side during, you know, that I didn't get any… Making sure I had good garden gloves so my thumbs didn't get pricked. Keep up the good work.” And Grey Worm has always been one of my favorites. But she says, “For real, you're my Master of War now. So don't…” And he gets this, he actually has this really nice smile. There's a lot of thumping of rakes and hoes and what do you call those things? Shovels. And she says, “Good.”
And then we have a Tyrion slow-walking from behind. And he looks at Jon Snow from backyard. “We have more to weed, yo. From Winterfell to Dorne, we're going to mow everything down. We won't lay down our gardening tools until we've liberated the entire world of weeds. If we have to, you know, if we have to take it all down.” I mean that's their point…
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If we have to take it all down … I mean, that's her point. It's like… I mean, if you've ever done this, you know that the weeds just grow back faster than anything else. But, you know, [Danny 00:31:11] hasn't done it. Actually, she makes a lot better point, but she's got this fierce face. I don't know. I really thought she did a good job going through these different emotions here. And the whole time the goose is cooking. S-C snow I don't know if that's snow for backyard. We have more to weed.
Atlantis [sport 00:31:41] is something, Qarth through the Jade Sea, we're going to break the wheel, and I think she's did the thing… this is where it was good that there's two movies because you realize that now, Danny has gone full circle to the grandmother, in the movie Flowers in the Attic One like somehow, you know how these things are just carried all the way around. She wants to put everybody in an attic without any gardens. And just like in the first movie, she believes that's what's best, and she's gonna treat everybody like a child. And she's going to say, you know, “You're my flowers. I have to keep you in the attic where it's good. And where there's no weeds, until all the world is weed free. Even if that means plant free.”
Ayra has a iron look at one point in her face, When Khaleesi says “cheers,” she does some mouth breathing, some nose breathing. She can really feel her victory.
Meanwhile, [Jent 00:32:48] Ros and Tyrion Comes in, he quits, says “You know what, I lived in that attic. I'm not going back to it.” She also busts him, so it's kind of like one of those things where she says, “You're busted for letting your brother out of the tent.” And he goes, “Well I quit anyway.” And he tosses his button down the stairs. Tosses a [Sumshron 00:33:15]. When he does that though, the rakes, they stop thumping, on his quitting. Tosses his [Sumsshine 00:33:23]. I don't know, he tosses his thing that says that he worked for her, which is just interesting journey for him, not in the show, but he was one of the kids in the attic. Now he has been working for someone, who wants to return all-everybody, you know so mow everything down.
So you know it's a rough journey, She says “you're going into your room in your attic anyway, now!” Oh man I didn't see this, I mean I didn't write this look down, but at 22 exactly 21 it starts, Khaleesi and Jon have a stare down, and she kind of glares at him, Jon has a pensive look, she is kind of like is like, you smell- she kind of gives him a look like he smells bad, but like metaphorically. Jon throws in, Tyrion quits after he gets busted, oh I guess I am a little bit out of order here, “No more rakes [inaudible 00:34:19] go to your room.” Jon pensive, [groveplay 00:34:21]? As they walk off, oh Groveley is out that says? Grouchy oh grouchy. So he says “Jon pensive or grouchy”, then Arya just pops up behind Jon, Jon still doesn't get it, he goes “what?” And he touches Arya's head… and she says “your queens…” and he goes “she's everybody's queen now.” And he goes “Why don't you wait for me outside the castle?”.
She goes “Jon you don't get it.”, he goes “why we here” She goes to Cersei, “Take out but I didn't get to do it.” She goes “I didn't come through this wardrobe…” You know she goes, “we came here, whenever Bran, or the other kid met that dude at the lamp post, and now we had our adventures… and then some dude rewrote us, via the fan fantasy fan, Bruce [Willem 00:35:19] fan fiction machine.” So she says, he says, “Wait for me outside” She goes “dude… dude… dude…” and she says “you need to pull it together dude” and so Jon actually gets it. so I guess it was like a more powerful scene than we realized, because than he goes to talk to Tyrion. Who's like “You don't got any wine, then I'm having to do some…” He goes “dude I'm boring” “Did you forget who I am, I'm Jon snow”, and they go “lets talk for a little while.”
Which just was tough, because I had to make most of this up, because… since it was in Italian. But he goes “see I told you so. I told you something would say” and he goes “You know what it's like.” I don't know, he goes. Let me see what they say, because I'm watching it now, so he goes “What was the big farm like?” He goes “oblivion man”, he goes “nothing”, and he goes “okay I can live with that.” He goes “that could be good.” But they say, you know they say “Jeez we guessed we messed up” but Jon says “I'd do it again” is that what, is that true? Oh no Tyrion says, “I'd do It again, now that I'm busted, should have done it earlier. I chose my fate, the plants and flowers and weeds did not.” Jon is kind of disillusioned, he goes “well I can't justify things, but I think it's going to be okay” and Tyrion goes, “I'm sorry what? You's have lived in the attic before, you haven't lived in the attic.” He goes “I've seen it, she wants everybody in the attic, dude.”
And Jon gives him the old… “If you're not perfect, you can't criticize, Tyrion.” Because Tyrion says “you know I've heard about, I've seen it, this isn't the first time she put people in the attic. It was just the first time, she trimmed all the flowers in the garden, and everything else the hedges… the shrubs, the shrubbery.” He goes “you know, perennials, and annuals even. Varys is right.” But yeah Jon says, “if you can't be perfect, you can criticize. Don't judge her by the plants she cuts.” What does this mean? “You couldn't do it bro” I don't know what that means. I think this was just in the movie, they're calling this thing secret patriarchal plan, but I'm not positive, this may have been my imagination.
Oh here's Jon he's still saying “dude, what are you talking about?” He goes “other stuff happened, that's why she had to mow the lawn, and then those shrubs, we're going to follow naturally after, and then flowers. Just was like in a row” He goes “you would never do that.” He goes “would you- when you [inaudible 00:38:26] with the weeding. Or lawn mowing at least” Jon goes “yeah I don't know.” Tyrion goes, “Cmon man.” Like something for plants, excreted from plants, I don't think that's it. Oh he goes “something plant patriarchy for the plants.” They say “yeah, lets get old dudes in charge again.” He goes “Jesus step mother now, just like my step mother, she's become the same thing.” And he goes- Oh! Because he goes “you should be in charge.” He goes “have you ever seen a Disney movie with an evil stepfather? Just step mothers like mine.” So again I think Tyrion maybe, I guess [inaudible 00:39:14], he's pretty much in the right. Something between you and paradise. I don't know what that one was.
Jon has to sit down at some point, because his mind is blown, and then he just goes “yeah, by the way we both love your aunt.” I go “so lets just leave it at that.” Oh there's a little comic line, “you better than me or something?” But now she wants to be a stepmother, aunt stepmother. And then they kind of say “love is a due ended duty” and that was foreshadowing [city 00:39:52] for… and then he goes “duty is the death of love”, and then I wrote “duty is the [dactor 00:40:00] oh low.”, “duty is the death of love”, duty is… Oh maybe I just wrote it twice. It goes “you are shrouded” [inaudible 00:40:11]. Oh “you're the shield that guards the realms of plants man” he goes “who wants everything in the attic.” And then Jon says “she's the queen.” And then Tyrion uses a successful argument, he always uses, which is true, he goes “what about your sisters, your family.”
And then Jon goes on a long walk, this was a cute scene. The goose is hiding in a bed of dandelion drift, or whatever you call that stuff, but dandelion for dandelion snow, and it just pops up, it sniffs Jon, and… It said “Gray worm, are you around anywhere?” Jon doesn't say that, but I thought he kind of thought that. And Jon walks up into the top of floor… like where the attic is, where he can oversee everything, and that's where the throne is… Where in the movie, I don't know if the set mother had a comforting chair to grandmother, but what you say is the iron throne. I mean she was like the iron grandmother… It looks good, comfy- Oh so [Dany's 00:41:31] looking at it… it looks good, comfy, she's amazed, she's kind of in awe that she's kind of… It's like the physical embodiment of what she's been wanting.
She reaches out and touches it. It 35:11, that's what this is, 35:11 a few minutes behind now. Let's see here… You know we're talking, Jon walking… There's the goose hiding, goose sniffing Jon, goose goes back to sleep. At 33:50 Dany comes out, she looks at the throne from afar, gets up close… Oh no she's still walking closer at 33/34:50. Okay it's 35:00, she's walking up the starts to the throne… I think this is where she like just touches it, 35:15, we should be there- Oh she just gets this look of awe, eyes wide, “wow”, and she's kind of drinking it in. Now she looks down, she reaches out she touch's it, it's got snow on it or dandelion dust… and shot to the side, in the throne, Jon at the doorway, yeah. I really like this… there's a couple side shots of her, and then… over the shoulder of the throne, looking at Dany.
Then she turns and Jon's in the doorway, she takes a big breath. And this one really the first time I watched it, it faked me out, it kind of blew my mind, because she takes this big breath, and he walks in. So again, I'm kind of dense, the first time this happened I was probably one of the last people that realized what was happening, but I guess It could have been disillusionment. He walks in, she tells this great story, a sweet story full of joy… “A thousand swords, a thousands what do you call those things? Rakes…” and Jon interrupts her, she's having this like joyful moment, he goes “what the heck, there's still cotton podded plants down.” And they go “uh oh”, and he goes “lets bring this moment down”, and she goes “excuse you.” She goes “pull it together”, she goes “everything.” She goes “weeds, thorns, they do things.” And then he goes “Tyrion man…” And then she has to say “dude, dude…”
She goes “you've, what we're…” He goes “please forgive him. Please.” And then again this really… I was so drawn into this moment, I'd taugh- Game of Thrones, and the movie. He goes in the movie, he goes “I'm just a little puppy dog.” And she goes “we can't hide behind tender mercies.” In the show she said “small mercies.” She goes, “this is a new world that's never been created before. Its not easy to see.” And it really just, like the way Jon's arc had been going this season, this is really what was happening. So he… Jon Snow, like Kit Harington acting as Jon Snow acting, which has happened in… The Good Place a few times, has fooled me. So Kit Harington's acting as Jon Snow acting played me, because he goes “please show me what it's like, how do I know it will be good?” And I think it was Amelia Clarke's acting too, like because she believed it…
She goes “oh yeah, I'm just” she goes “come here, let me pat you on the back here.” And then she says, “We have to, do have to be strict, I do have to be in the attic, everybody…” But then she goes “don't worry little puppy dog, ill keep you safe. I'll show you what the new world is.” And she goes “let's break that wheel together. Now and always.” And then there's this big music, and so that really helped me with my fake out, and I said “wait a second, is this really what's happening?” I said “Arya's, I guess Arya's going to have to clean this one up too.” In the show, in the move, because I didn't totally understand what was happening, I was kind of like “guess these two really are in love.”
And then they give a big kiss, and Jon says, just like in the other one's, uses a little pricker on her finder tip, he says “every rose has a thorn Dany.” This is in the movie, and he learns that… she says “I can't believe you pricked me with a rose.” And because it was a animated movie, she just like dissipates, she becomes… dan- like I don't know, I guess it was like… I mean he did go through her wardrobe. She was from a third world, not… she was trying to become the grandmother from Flowers in the Attic. I guess what we learned, is that she is from a plant realm in the movie, because she just turns into plant- to dandelion dust, and Jon's kind of beside himself… And then the goose comes in, or Drogan in the show.
This again was like a… really… I think an achievement in animation for sure, because the goose comes and says… the goose like tries to gather all the dandelion dust of Dany, and reformulates it into a ball, and rolls the ball around until its more solid. Like the goose knows what happened, and then the goose gets rid of the attic, it kisses everything in the attic, except for Jon. But it kisses everything else in the attic, and then… it's like “Okay well…” Oh it gets rid of all the grandmothers chair, anything that the grandmother would use, and in the show it gets rid of the iron throne, Drogan does. First it makes a bunch of goose noises, flaps its wings, understandably very displeased, but not totally like… I would have thought the goose would have kissed Jon at least. In some sense it did, because then… after that happens- Oh then the goose flies away with the dandelion dust ball, with the dandelion dust ball under its wing.
It flies up, up, and away, laying eyes out, laying in a flower with that, laying on a bed. Look, look- oh no this is about Tyrion. Okay, so the next thing we see is Tyrion lying on the floor his eyes open, with that “oh no laying on a bed” look, and then he says “oh dear there's footsteps coming” and its Gray Worm- Tyrion has a big beard, so you say, “jeez, how long have you been there man?” He had like a Houston rockets, like Harden level beard going. Gray Worm has a sad face, “lets go to the” what do they call that, “the amphitheater, the pits amphitheater” on the edge of the property. Big [Quirp 00:50:17] um, Yara, Big [Quirp 00:50:20] um Yara. I have to figure out what that says, but they head to the pits, the Pits Amphitheater that's who donated the amphitheater I think.
Well there's a big tent, so there is a whole tent set up for some sort of… proper function, which we soon learn is like… but first I said “what is? This is really turning me off.” And it's a nice day, no more… like suns out, looks like it's the late afternoon. Trying to think of what I said though. Okay lets see, the camera pans and we start to see, I said “the what, the what, the what?” The first time I did do that, and out comes Sam, that I already forgot, then some dude, then the black fish's kid I already forgot his name, even though I knew it earlier. Arya, Bran, Sansa, Brienne, The Onion Knight, Podrick, oh not Podrick the other dude. Whoever Storms End now, well I can't remember his name. And then some dude that looks exactly like Richard Madden.
A couple of people I kind of recognize, but didn't- like it wasn't positive, somebody in the official Dornish outfit of chilling. Let's see what else I have, notes, “eat who we want, eat who we want Sansa. Not cool” I don't know what that says, “Eat who we want.” [inaudible 00:52:10], let me, I guess Arya, Ben, Bran, Sansa, Brienne, Onion, Podrick, but it's not Podrick its somebody else, it's the smith, two other dudes one who looks like Richard Madden and someone else. I kind of recognize- someone I kind of recognize, the dude from Dorn. Oh she goes “where's Jon?” And he goes “he's not coming” or something, that's what Gray worm says, he goes “oh not cool.” Yara says “I'm cool with anything, Daenerys did.” The dude from Dorn he's like totally chilled in his chair. Arya tells Yara to “shut it” and Onion says “please, please, please. Because you see Jon's busted man.”
He pricked the garden queen with a brick or… so Yara and Arya have a good stare down. The weird thing was… What's this he's not Podrick, who's he, what's that guys name? I mean… just six to seven episode about this, but anyway… Gendry that's his name, thank you brain. How come Gendry is not sneaking look at Arya this whole time, like “Sure you don't like me.” But anyway Onion knight kind of says, he does some truth, one last round of truth telling. So let's see because actually, because he just finished doing his truth telling, he actually does thanking and truth telling. He uses Grey Worms… proper name, lets see here, he going to stand up, he's got his hands behind his back. He didn't really- like he's still in typical…
Let's see, we've got Yara and Ayra staring at each other, “Torgo Nudho.” He goes “Am I saying that right?” Grey worm just looks at him like… he goes “let me give you guys the reach.” He goes “we don't need anymore trimming or war.” He goes “we need growth.” And Grey Worm says “we don't need your payment man, we need justice.” Which I really thought was, I really liked that message. And then we get how it really goes, because I think Sansa goes “it's not your choice.” Or maybe Tyrion says that, he says “we've had enough of your words bro, your words haven't done anything.” And they say “don't you understand how the world works, royal people decide this…” and they go “whoever the royalist of the royal is going to be deciding.” And then Lord Breastplate goes “we don't have a queen ahem.” And actually he said “or a king Robin.” Because Robin Arryn is there, he's grown up, but he didn- he shouldn't have done that, he should have said-
I think in the movie he did, and Grey Worm goes “I got to deal with crap again” he goes all the way across the sea, all these seasons to deal with… oh he goes “can we just get out of here then.” And they go “oh well who is going to be in charge” and then whatever that guy's name is, Blackfish's kid, I knew his name earlier today he just goes “I'm going to make a speech.” He goes “I know you thought twice, I was finished on this show, and gone to the big farm, Billy [Scooch 00:56:11] did, and I know nobody knows if I'm [Gant's 00:56:15] brother, or cousin, or Blackfish's kid. Who he was never pleased with. What's his name, I really like the actor, but he's also a bit of- I mean he does a really great job of playing a buffoon, and Sansa goes “dude shut it.” She goes “sit down uncle” so it's her uncle, so I guess that means it could be Cat's brother.
And takes his time son, and dude next to the sugar [quan 00:56:49]. I don't know what that is, takes his time Sam and the dun. Oh Sam and the dude, next to him, Sam kind of… So Sam tells her uncle to sit down, he bumps his sword trying to go sit down. Yeah there's some old dude next to Sam, I'm not sure where he's from, maybe he's like a… Umber or something, and they say we have to choose someone, maybe that's what my set design said. Oh and then Sam has like the comic, where he goes, next to some dude I think that says. There's someone next to Lord Breastplate then Robin Arryn's there, he goes “we have to choose a queen.” Someone says, maybe that's what breastplate says- Oh no breastplate says that again. He goes “ahem, the queen, they could be in charge” like “she's in charge, like maybe it could be her kingly, King Regent Robin.” He does look like a boy Robin, like young adult Robin.
And Sam goes I've got an idea, he goes “it would give states with small populations power.” He goes “this representational democracy.” And everybody laughs, even- I mean everybody laughed, he goes “we call it the electoral” and they say “no, please.” Robin Arryn in the house, I guess in my notes I just noticed that there. And you know that song, they say “we're royals, royals.” You know “we rule.” What does this say? Tyrios “do you want to vote? Nope.” So I say “what about Tyrion being king?” And he goes “no, not me.” And they kind of go “ah we're royals here, can we speed this up please, because this is like taking forever.” I don't know who said that but it felt like somebody did. Yeah because someone else goes “you know I've got rich stuff to do, like you know, I've got to get laces.” And then Tyrion goes “I've been growing this beard out since the Rockets lost in the playoffs” and… he goes “what unites people? Flags… gods…” I think he said something else “gold… flags, gods” he goes “No. Stories.” I said “well except for the story Dany was telling Jon, that was a good story.”
But he goes “nothing can stop a story.” I think I put “ahem” there too. And he goes who's got a better story then Bran, the boy who learned to fly, and I said “I think that was a movie in the eighties, The Boy Who Learned to Fly.” And also he's also “Raven, he's the Three Eyed Raven”. Oh so Raven. I mean I guess it's the one weird thing he's not a Stark anymore, so technically… but I guess it's a technicality, it doesn't matter. Keep it upstairs, they say “how about we get a double Stark takeover?” Oh he says “keeper off all our stories…” you know remember Max Von Sydow, he's inside Bran somewhere. He's [inaudible 01:00:14] and done king. It's something, they go “this should satisfy the working class, we'll figure this out, we'll call it 401K.” They go “you know, we got to keep insur-” oh because they say “okay Bran will be one and done king” that's what that says.
“And then you can elect another king when Bran's done, yeah that should satisfy the working class.” We'll call it 401K, so I messed up that joke. Technically it's not a joke so, yeah… and then Bran goes… Bran was like, “we're you guys talking to me?” He goes “what happened, sorry I…” you know he said… Because if you heard it- because VAP, and then he goes “psyche.” And “well you won the know.” And Tyrion goes “you want it, you want to be king?” And he goes “why do you think I've got this huge smile on my face dude.” He goes, “this sounds rad.” Yeah he goes “why do you think I came all this way?” And then he kind of smiles almost… and Let's see… “will you be the king?” “Why do you think I'm here.” Under our eye, somebody says “aye.” I don't know if that was Onion who said it first.
So then Sam, and then Tish. I don't think there's anybody named Tish though. “Aye.” Some dude “aye.” Rohan, there's no Rohan either, “aye”. Arya “aye, okay.”
PART 2 OF 4 ENDS [01:02:04]
[inaudible 01:02:00] Arya, Okay, Onion, I put a pod with it so Gendry, Brienne, [inaudible 01:02:10]
And Sansa goes, “No, I think you be king of the seven kingdoms, or six kingdoms, and I'll be Queen to the North. How's that sound to everybody?” Because I guess the thing about leadership is they have to have leaders, and I thought this was the smoothest move ever. Total Stark take-over. Because since Sansa says, “Nah, I'll be Queen in the North. We'll be independent, you be in charge for the rest of the kingdoms, you cool with that?” Bran goes, “Why you think I came all this way down here, man? That's what you told me to do, right?” And Sansa goes, “Right Bran?” And he goes, “yeah, I'm king. And you're totally independent of us in the North.” And they go “Cool?” “Cool.” “Cool.” And then everybody says “All hail Bran.””
Even after this, on the second re watch he said, “King of the Six Kingdoms,” and I said, “What?” And I said “Oh yeah, with Sansa's one, it more looks like it's like 14 kingdoms or something, like a smaller king, you know, there's like city states or something.” Stark takeover, suckers! That's what they said at the end.
And then they just, whatever they call that, we don't call it high-fiving now, they did that. I mean, everybody was laughing, I was laughing. Bran's like, “[inaudible 01:03:48].” And then Bran goes, “one more thing, Tyrion. You're my hand.” And he goes, “I'm not perfect. You stood on king. Are you joking?” And he says, “Not enough,” but I don't know what that means. Oh, he goes, “I don't want to be King. I don't want to be,” he goes, “I don't deserve it. I thought I was wise but I wasn't. I thought I knew what was right but I didn't.” And he goes, “Do you know what it's like to be royal? Because that's what we're looking for now.” He goes, “Could you like create a small council of just dudes? You know remember that plan? Because we got to bring patriarchy back, man.”
So then they say “What about Jon? We got to figure out a compromise.” So then, Tyrion has to deal with that so he goes to Jon, who's also got a beard, and he goes “Great job saving the Kingdom and stuff but you got to go to the Knight's Watch now.” Greyworm can somehow live with that, but he goes “Okay.” So Jon's like, “Okay, well, I guess.” He goes “Greyworm's not happy but Sansa and Arya could live with it.” He goes, “Remember what I was telling you about Fire Project Patriarchy? It's complete now.” He goes “So good work. We're a team. Maybe we'll see each other,” Jon says “We'll never see each other again.” He goes “Well probably I will.” He goes “I'm not sure about the something. Give it 10 years, maybe I'll see you then.” So he goes, oh yeah, “See yeah brah.”
Then Jon walks out, the wind or something, I think there's a wind. He like walks out on this seaside exit. There's like two Knight's Watch dudes waiting for him. He's on some windy stairs. I don't know, this is where Jaime practiced with Bronn. Probably not. Maybe this is [inaudible 01:06:03]. I don't know, I think it looks like it might be. We see the harbor, ship's in the harbor, seaside sounds, ships, oh somebody says “Shiver me timbers,” of course. We see Jon and the Knight's Watch walking at the seaside, Greyworm gives him the stink eye, and he goes “We're going to head to Naath and protect it just like Melisandre wanted, we're going to become the protectors in Naath.” I had an R in there for some reason. Naath. I think that's how you say it. Let's see.
Again, somebody's going to come talk to him, “We're ready to go. All the men have boarded.” “Good.” Yeah, Naath. It's just two As. Cersei, probably getting that wrong too.
So they pull up and Jon's walking, fans waiting? Oh, Bran's waiting. Fam. Oh, families, families waiting, his sisters and Brienne. They say, “Sorry about that Jon, but the North's free.” Ned Stark's daughter hug, I don't know what that means. Let's see, Bran's looking at his sisters and Brienne walking towards him. Sansa's “Sorry, wish there was another way. Can you forgive me?” And Jon still seems like maybe he doesn't even understand what's happening, yeah. I mean, he does. He's just like, “Eh.” I mean, he should be obscurus, but he's some sort of realist who goes, “The North's free at least.” She goes, “Lost to the king, well, they got Ned Stark's, oh he says, “Ned Stark's daughter will speak for them now.”
She's the best they could ask for. Yeah. So, they hug. It's a nice hug. Not as nice as some of the reunited hugs, but pretty nice. Arya's looking down. Jon says, “What's up with you? You can come visit.” She goes, “No. No.” She goes, “You've ever heard of Dora?” Jon goes, “No.” She goes, “Ever hear of…” Arya's the adventurer. He goes, “What's that?” And she goes, “I'm going West of what's West. West of Westeros.” And Jon goes, “Don't you know the Earth's flat?” And Bran goes, “Actually the Earth's an inverted sphere.” And Arya goes, “I'm going to find out actually. So, I'll do some fact-based exploration.” Whatever the name of that famous vessel was, I can't remember. She goes, “This is a science expedition and an a venturing one and we're going to see what's West. They kind of shed some tears and hug.”
He goes, “Got your needle?” “Got my needle.” “Your grace.” Oh, he goes, “Your grace.” He kneels to Bran and Bran goes, “Dude. What are you doing?” And Bran goes, “You're exactly who you're supposed to be, man.” I don't know. Jon says, “I'm sorry I wasn't there when you needed me to be.” Bran says, “You're exactly where you're supposed to be.” He goes, “You've realized [inaudible 01:09:42] man.” He goes, “Now.”
I mean, I think for Bran, Bran's move was like, “How much nicer is it going to be living in Mediterranean style climate in the North.” And poor Jon says, “I got to go somewhere that's 10 times colder.” Bran's like, “Hey, you can swim in the water here.” [inaudible 01:10:03] a chill.
Let's see, “This sucks.” That's what Jon says at the end. “Bye.” Then the fam stands as Jon walks off and gets in a rowboat. He goes, “I guess the Knight's Watch's boats can't even get in to the pillars.” “Dog your loins dog.” I don't know what that says. Honestly, what it says is.. it says, “Dodge your loins on.”
Then Brienne, she going through the book of the Knight's Watch. No, it's not. It's called, King's Guard. And you can see that she's the new head of the King's Guard. And she's looking through the book and she sees Jaime Lannister. Let's see what it says. “Squired for Barriston Celmy against the kings with outlaws, knighted in, named to the King's Guard in his 16th year for valor. At the sack, at King's Landing, took out Aerys the second at the foot of the iron throne. Pardoned by Robert Baratheon. Known as the King Slayer. Served Joffrey one and King Tom in the first.” That's right. Cersei's writing, which is not very good.
And then Brienne starts writing. Let's see what she writes. This was a nice moment. I mean, this was more cinematic, Brienne's goodbye to Jaime. And she's writing now. “Captured at whispering woods, set free by Kaitlyn Stark, returned to [inaudible 01:11:58] his daughter, lost his hand, couldn't find it, known for doing stuff like that. Yeah, hardy, har, har. Something else. Took River Run from the Tulley rebels. Lured the unsullied in Castley Rock. Gave up his childhood home. Cersei strategy. Got High Garden back from the Targaryen forces. Fought on the Gold Road. Got away.” Oh that was during the king, queen thing. “Pledged himself to the North. Joined them at Winterfell.” He no did it, a lot of stuff there then bounced out to Cersei. No, no, she's thinking of what she's got to do.
She's got to [inaudible 01:12:54]. I think she goes finish it in a nice way. Music's playing the whole time. Let's see. “Escaped. Helped them defend the North against the Night King. Got a lot to begin. Got out. Went to save the Capitol. Protected his queen at the end.” She's a little bit with blush of face when she's doing it. She closes the book without drying it, a little bit of a quibble.
Then, let's see, what do I have, Brienne, she's King's Guard. She mentions to herself as her and Jaime. Tyrion looks at the seat for the hand in a small council, sits, then he rearranges all the chairs. He goes, “Let's get some order up in this court.” And I will say that the seat of the hand looks more comfortable than anything else because it looks like it's some sort of leather chair.
Then, he says, “Let's put some order up in this court.” Then, the door opens and his crew or his squad comes in. Bronn, the Onion Knight and Sam. They go, “Let's chop it up in here man.” They start banging the chairs around. Tyrion gets this look on his face. And he says, “Wait a second, is that Bronn?” Oh, and then they say, “Here we've got this book we just self-published, A Song of Ice and Fire or Fire and Ice or something. And he goes, “Oh, totally. Are they going to criticize me?” They go, “You aren't even in it man.”
Bronn is totally rocks. He goes, “You remember Euron?” He goes, “He had half gloves. I've got one-third gloves. Hardy har, har” Then Bran comes in. They say “Your Grace” four times. Brienne's in the house as head of the King's Guard. Is that what it's called? Sam's head Meister, he's got fresh linens on too. We're down three advisors. And then, oh I think Bran goes, “Okay.” He goes, “So, what about the Drogon? Did he go South East or something?” He goes, “Cool, I'm going to work out.” He goes, “He had a [inaudible 01:15:32] and I'm going to work out just like a real king would.” He goes out.
Then, we see Podrick's also one of the King's Guard, which is a little bit weird I think. Well, you can't be married, I guess. I don't know if you can do what Pod does best. They go, “We serve at your pleasure, Your Grace. Long may he rein.” That was a little comic because they all say it different ways. At different times, Tyrion says, “That'll improve.”
Other than it only being dudes, I mean, Brienne's there, but she's the King's Guard so she's in a position of protection, not of power or at least of political power. I mean, the scene's really grown on me the more I've seen it. It is but I just wish it would've been… I don't know. I can see where it.. so, I don't know, but I guess that's a [inaudible 01:16:34] moment. The scene has grown [inaudible 01:16:37].
Where's Bronn? I'm sorry. It turns out Bronn's Master of Coin and they say, “We need some coin fixing armada because the Onion Knight's master ships seems [inaudible 01:16:54] am I getting clean water?” Bronn's getting at it. He's the new Littlefinger.
Then, Brienne says, “We need clean water and ships for stead.” So, as you can see Bronn interrupts people all the time. I don't know if that was on purpose or not but I say, this dude's going to be problem. I see Brienne will relieve Bronn of his duty. Salute to her. I think that's what Sam said when they talk about fresh water. There's this slow pullout from the room. Is that true? Let's see. Let's turn. “We got hungry people to feed,” Tyrion says. “Get to work.” Davvos, he had around 11, one minute and one hour and 13 minutes do a side chat that slowly pulls out as they're talking about it.
It's such a plot now everything. How are going to run the kingdom. Then, we get, let's see, we see Jon Snow rolling into Castle Black. We see Tor and we see Ghost. Then, something, I don't know what [inaudible 01:18:06] says. We see Arya gearing up. I guess we get shots of the North or something. Then, we see Sansa. She's got this beautiful Autumn gown that she's getting ready for. So, she's getting geared up. Then, we see Arya packing a [inaudible 01:18:27] I guess, walking down. Oh, then everybody's walking down a hall, Arya and Sansa and Jon Snow's walking through the castle. I really liked that shot. We're all behind them.
Arya's hair is up in a bun. She emerges on the deck of a ship. She just looks so fresh. She's ready for a whole new series. Jon sees all the northern people. Walking down halls times three. We see Arya's at see. Jon and the free folk. We all see the ropes behind him, I think.
The scene that's in the North, everybody bends the knee. Arya's with her crew walking pass them. She looks like a first day at work kind of. I'm sure she'll be able to keep her crew on line. Stark lord on a ship, Ghost closeup. I think these happened out of order. Oh yeah, we see the Stark symbol, the wolf symbol, on the front of the ship and then Stark sails. We see Arya looking off. We see the crown go on Sansa's head. We see her sitting on the throne, which is a wooden throne.
And again, I think we saw that with Bran, with Tyrion's. These wooden seats versus the iron thrones. They say, “Queen in the North.” Arya sails off. At some point, Jon pets Casper's dog back. And then, Jon says, “[inaudible 01:20:16]” I guess this was left to open. Is he just helping? I guess. Let's just assume Jon's staying in character and staying a little King's Guard because he's dressed in all their clothes. So, I think he's just helping the free folk relocate back to where they were. Or he can be sharking his duties and heading off. Sansa looking out at her people. She looks a little bit “Oh this is mine.”
Oh, and I didn't see the Stark throne is really nice too. Her throne is really beautiful and Robin Erin is not there, but one of Joness brother's could be possible, I guess. [inaudible 01:21:06] Well, I guess I could be wrong. There's the Stark sail and Jon heading through the Wall out into the North, which is the last we see. Cass [inaudible 01:21:18] Tormund, head aside, wind, snow, ice. You think they'd rebuild. I don't know why they would need to rebuild the Wall. I guess because you never know or something and Jon's return and the free folk, who I guess just prefer, like Tormund said, “We like it up there.”
And they spill out. We see a far shot of the Wall. Then, an icy plain shot. Jon and Tormund are on horseback. Everybody else walking and then they kind of go into the woods. Oh they pass, oh there's a nice.. let's go back to that. Let's see, we're at one hour and about 18:57, 59, there's a gross North of the Wall. I think that was a nice on-purpose shot. The plant growing and they walk off, not into the sunset but into the forest. And I think it is, I guess, a full circle because it is where it started in this same forest North of the Wall.
Jon looks back at Sir Jorah and the Wall closes. And it kind of reminds me of how David Chase kind of talking about the closing sopranos of like, “Oh, we had this window on this family and the window was open for us to look through it and now the window's closed. Fam will still go.” So, this story's still going on, we just don't get to see it anymore, but they can still say all the big stuff happened. And yeah, that's it. They head off into the trees. We head off. We still visit in time and pounce and the old gods and the new.
And we'll probably revisit this series and maybe do a recap after we have a little bit of a break or something, but yeah. Here's time and pounce and, for now, we say goodbye to Game of Thrones.
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welcome to K Pounce Radio. Hey, ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, friends beyond the binary, this is your friend Tommin, detective Tommin. I've always wanted to say it. I've never had the chance to say that. Welcome all my friends beyond the binary in everyway. And also cats, kittens, cats, domestic and feral, and everything in between, welcome as well. Cool cats too, which is probably everybody's included.
Anyway, well, hello everybody. This is [inaudible 01:25:05] Tommin. I thought this was going to be the day I retired. I was sitting there with Sir Pounce thinking about it, that this was [inaudible 01:25:17] walked in and said, “Tommin, you say this your last day cracking cases?” And I said, “Yes. I'm quite tired.” [inaudible 01:25:26] not tired of you, not tired of your nightclub, not tired of cabaret, not tired of the end of the city, the city that's most curved in edge at the same time. The city that goes a thousand miles into the sky and a thousand miles below ground.
The city with it's many towns as said as times a thousand with case of wine [inaudible 01:26:01] just said, “Well, maybe I'll just crack one more case and that'll be the end. It's been interesting. [inaudible 01:26:08] always had troubling adjusting and I don't know, I feel even though I usually try to dress in tones that are not ostentatious, the sepia tones are beginning to wear on me because I know particular Sir Pounce's fur looks better full spectrum, I believe. Full color TV.
Remember when we went to that museum and how you explained to me what it was when it was not in color? And we laughed. Remember we made that show where I pretended I was [inaudible 01:26:45] and I was packing chocolates. What a day with Ray and Mikey and Greg and the Pod boy.
Okay, back to so there I was. This case was weighing on me because I knew it was coming. I knew it was inevitable. What it was was that I was there in [inaudible 01:27:09]'s club and I was downstairs and I sensed. First, I sensed just Sir Pounce looking up and looking around. And I looked at Sir Pounce's face because usually Sir Pounce is relaxed in my lap and Sir Pounce was sitting up and I said, something's going on. And even though I couldn't hear it, I could hear. Something, a sound that was… and then [inaudible 01:27:38] came in from the club [inaudible 01:27:40] and left. We were exchanging pleasantries so then that was a business.
[inaudible 01:27:46] said, “There's a woman outside the club ceaselessly honking her horn and yelling for Tommin to hurry up and it's actually a limousine she's honking it through the window and you probably should go up there.” And I actually went up there. I said, “well, let her wait.” First I was going to run up the stairs, but I took my queue from all the lessons I learned from Sir Pounce. I was not able to relax. I sat in my seat for awhile and I counted to ten. I felt my feet on the floor. I felt my hands stroking one another. I watched the movement of Sir Pounce's tail and I felt soon I would see the full spectrum of the colors of Sir Pounce's fur, not just in sepia tones.
There's so many detectives do the spinning of the fan on my ceiling and then I looked across the room at a lone light bulb on a string moving back and forth because of the motion of the fan affecting the wind, and I knew it was time for me to trudge upstairs. They say the happy road of destiny doesn't exist in the city streets. It's a place you trudge, you don't walk down it.
Say, but I walked those stairs like Sir Pounce. My body felt cool because of the fan and the waving of the light bulb on a string or chord. And I got up there and at this time, the battery [inaudible 01:29:36] I actually run out. So the horn was making more of a sound like someone who's faking a tummy ache inside of a known to do in the past. Or a cat. It's a Boston accent there and we said, “Well, you know I play the cool.” I said someone, “What's happening up here.” And this person was back in the car now and they said, “Tommin get in this car.” And I said, “do you hear anything?”
And these things I also learned from [inaudible 01:30:14] and the Pod boy. It's so [inaudible 01:30:18] I did eventually, I said, “Oh you looking for Tommin, my office is downstairs. Why don't we go downstairs and discuss things?” And she said, “Get in the car, we're going somewhere.” And then the driver said, “Actually you ran down the battery honking the horn ceaselessly.” And she had many commentaries on the ability of the limo driver to do the duty.
She was dressed like a rockstar, but this time I guess you'd say, I don't know, before she was rockstar, there was people who dressed like rockstar before it existed and this was this woman. I knew who she was. You knew who she was and she knew who she was. Or do. Or did. You know what I mean.
And I said, “Looks like we're going to have to walk.” And she snorted and I said, “This is called the regal way right around the corner. The avenue of the stars. The golden way, they call it. Have you been down the golden way? The shop keeps all about you when you walk by. Well, they told me to stay off that street because, anyway,” and she said, “what happened?” And I said, “Well, walk with me, I'll tell you. Maybe they'll let me walk down the golden way because you're with me.” She said, “Well, what happened for you to get banned from the golden way?” And I said, “Well, drinking. I saw this man a few weeks who said he drank giant's milk. He had a beard and I've always wanted a beard. So, I bought one at the shop that sells the fake beards and then I bought some milk in a glass jug. Also brought a saucer for Sir Pounce and then I proceeded to drink the milk so it would run down my beard.”
Also, I did not know I would, just like the old days. I did have a swimsuit on, but it was a small one. And I did have it on, but because it was sepia tones, they said that they didn't know I was wearing a swimsuit because it was also a sepia tone swimsuit. I said, I'm a detective. I'm hard boiled, I can't have milk on me. My clothes, I can have it on my fake beard.
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… they can have milk on me, my clothes. They can have it on my fake beard. That's why I drank the milk there on a bench covered in milk. They called Noir Chardonnay All Is Forgiven. They just said, “Don't come back to the streets.” With you, and I said, “You know here in this world, they're making these animated films and always are looking for someone but those are 2-D. I may've talked about this before. Have you heard of 2-D?”
She said, “What are you speaking of?” I said, “Let me ask you a question. Why are you here? You're here to see me, correct?” She went at … For a while, she told me she was here to look out for me. She said, “Look at y … You have a fake beard and you're covered in milk.” I said, “No, that was earlier this week. It's a hobby. Not my current condition.”
I let her say her piece about how … I said, “Back to this 2-D. We're walking to a movie palace right now, the end of the Golden Way. Also there's a place called the Golden Arches that I like to go to too. They have meals that are supposed to make you happy. They do. It's temporarily for momentar … They don't do … They said, ‘It's honest temporarily happy, when I have this meal.' Do you understand what I'm saying?” She said, “I don't.”
I said, “Okay, let's keep walking then down …” You know the shop keeps that sold the jewels and the clothes? They all bowed to this, my client, as we headed down the street. They stepped out of her way when she wanted to talk about the condition.” She had comments for everybody. I said, “We're talking about two things: happy meals and 2-D animated features.” There's someone making them now.
I said, “The drawings are 2-D.” I said, “it's not about just the animation. Sometimes, the characters, they try to make them in 3D but a lot of times there's one character and she's in 2-D. Her name may end in step-mother or DeVille or step-mother or the queen, queen step-mother, queen mother. They only show one side of it. You know what I mean? Not the complicated sides of 3D, 4D. Even [inaudible 01:36:06] sometimes they show things … Do you know what the sepia tones are? Do you notice you are … You're covered in sepia tones but there's so many shades of black and white. Grays you'd say, that you still have all of your essence.” [inaudible 01:36:26] Anyway, not important. What's important is that those movies, they're just for entertainment. Those meals of happiness, if they … Some people would say they don't really make you happy. I'd say, well, they do for a bit so why quibble.
She said, “You're just talking non-sense to fill the air.” I said, “Mother,” and she looked at me. She had that look in her face. It was like iron and honey were mixed together and a tear formed in my eye. I could not help myself but I knew this was a case and I wasn't even sure how to crack it. I said, “This is a world with those things, with 2-D films and animation, happy meal, meals that make you happy, a golden avenue of shops. There's also a city beyond all this, within it and around it, a city with a million tales. You may've heard of it.”
She huffed and said something about King's Landing and said, “This is more like a giant flea bottom.” I said, “You're one tough customer,” and I said, “Okay, I've got another idea here.” We went up to the tallest building in town. Remember the [inaudible 01:38:11] had a building. Not the tallest. You used to say it was the most strident building in town. We end up there and I said, look out at this city. She said … She wasn't sure what I was getting at.
I said, “This is the city where I learned to be a boy again and I learned to be a detective at the same time. I learned that I was both and neither.” She said, “I don't know what you're talking about still.” I said, “I'm here next to you.” I said, “Would you like to hold my hand and look at the city together without words, except for the words I speak to fill the air?” She was unsure but she reached out her hand.
You know how it is. Almost like, when I do go to the golden arches I say, “I wonder if I could ask for a second toy for my meal of happiness.” Ray would say, “It can't hurt to ask but I don't see … You do only get one toy per meal, and no we're not getting you another meal. We talked about this before we came in the restaurant but doesn't hurt to ask.”
The look on my face when I asked for a second toy and I know I'm not getting it but I whish they would give it to me, she had that look on her face a bit. Something sin … I said … [inaudible 01:39:43] we felt the city air. We heard the city sounds and we stood close to one another. I said, “This is a complicated city down there, full of people and full of things, full of cases, [inaudible 01:40:01] cars, food, life. It's a great gulf all around us. We're at the tallest building in the city.”
She said, “Yo, we're high up, yeah. It's like a gulf but …” I said, “No, no, no. The city's full of the unknown and the knowable and the noble, and the great gulf can separate us but it can also make us closer.” She said, “How so?” I said, “There's this idea of loops and spectrums and things. Sometimes the gulf between two people, between a person and the world, becomes so great. That makes it easy to be close to them.”
She said, “I don't understand. When a person's all the way up here, how could they be possibly close to the whole world down there?” I said, “I don't know but think about it. Here, it's like we could breathe in the entire city. We could feel it on our skin. we could taste it on our tongue. Go ahead and smell it. You could smell the city. You can sense it even with your eyes and your ears closed. You could feel it beating with your heart but it's a city we'll never understand. It's a city we could never grasp.”
She said, “I think you're talking around things in a way that's so obscure I feel okay but I'm still confused.” I said, “Look at it this way: we're up here, right? We're looking around. It's pretty nice. We're holding hands. It makes it a little bit nicer. We're not asking for the city to be something it's not. We're not asking for the gulf to not be there. We're not saying why … You're just saying, ‘This building's tall and the city's down there. It's a simple matter of physics or something, [crosstalk Tom and …”
She said, “I still don't get it. I said, “Sometimes, the size of the gulf doesn't matter. The history of the gulf doesn't matter. It does. It's complicated but it's also it's not. Maybe all those layers of complication built up like if you were walking up the stairs instead of taking the [automater 01:42:47] or whatever it's called, the ele … the moving room.” She said, “Are you saying you're okay?” I said, “I don't think I've ever been those words …”
She said, “Two letters.” I said, “It could be spelled with A-Y but it doesn't matter. That's just a gulf between our spelling now that I'm getting tutored. Anyway, I'm sorry. I went off topic there. Sometimes a boy just wants to hold his mother's hand, no matter when she's been, how long her journey, how … We say I don't even … All those things, maybe he can't forget the lavender and [lancil 01:43:33] being … or any of those things but … or the other … We don't need to do … We … Right now, we're just hear together. I don't understand why I love this city so and why I say, well, I prefer to be … I got to get out of the sepia tones but I love this city.”
“The gulf between me understanding it to me being a part of all of it, I've asked … Impossible. I couldn't know everyone in this city. Most of the people wouldn't even give me the time of day. They call me bub. They say, ‘Why is your beard covered in fake milk, your fake beard covered in real milk? What are you frolicking about? This isn't the t …' Those things, they might sound familiar to you. I think you may be, in your deepest of your heart a New Yorker, mother. This may be your place. I just want you to know that, no matter the gulf, no matter the width, the depth, the expanse, some things go beyond just holding hands and visiting. They say, ‘You might have questions about atonement or forgiveness or all those things.' I'm just a boy who wants to hold his mother's hand from time to time. In the city here, in the vastness, lost in the vastness you'd say, without a fix, without a magic wand.”
“In a bad way good because I'm … I think also it's the sense of … Here's the thing, maybe for the time being I come visit or maybe you can come to Noir Chardonnay's club. You may be banned from there from the horn honking but we just come and we visit. We'll appear in the tower where you could look down. Maybe you get into the 2-D animation. I don't know how they do the casting of that or ma … You say … You are an archetype of these things, much more complex. Maybe we share a meal of happiness, even if it's only momentary. Maybe that's it.”
“Her hands reach across this gulf, like the sounds, the soot, of the city and we connect. I don't know my mother but I know I'm … It's almost like I've missed this and I'm not sure we have necessarily … I'm not even sure I could say I understand any of that but, beyond that, like I said, I love the city. I love you and the other people I've crossed. Joff [inaudible 01:46:37] you know there's people like the people that saw me covered in the milk. They said, ‘That's New York for you. Yeah, there you go.' Some of them appreciated it, even though it boggled their mind.”
“I don't think this case could be solved to be honest with you. I think this case could be revisited or maybe we could just be … connect every once in a while. I think it has to be regular though, be a … Or maybe I'll just go on another adventure and I could check back in with you. I guess, for the time being, I'd like to visit you and hold your hand and just talk to fill the time. Maybe other words will come one day. Or maybe they won't but I think this is the city.”
“They say this city needs tough people, and you're tough. I know that much. I don't know if you … There's this thing called … There's people have a business around just hedges, like they fund hedges. For some reason, I think you'd be … If you can't get into the 2-D animation mother business, say, well, that's … I think those movies are popular. Maybe you can get into that hedge, the funding, the hedge funding business. They say that those … I don't know. Those are the people with the most furrowed brows. I'm aware of that. They do the same thing where it's like you're forcing your mind outside of your ears or something with your face. I don't know how else to describe what you're … Like an inability to smile. There's nothing wrong with that. The pod man can't do it either.”
“What do you say we go down and we share a meal of temporary happiness together and check in? I could hold you. I could hug you for a minute. Yeah, I'd just like to go from here. I see you and I accept you. I don't understand it but, yes, I'm here mother. I'm glad you're here with me.”
Oof, so about s … That was … Good thing that was fiction, huh? Yeah, so there's a tale of the … Ooh, ooh, ooh. That was fictional but I don't think it was. Maybe it wasn't fiction at all but I don't … I'm going to work with the pod man to see how we could keep our adventures going from time to time, as I'm sure you would all like and appreciate.
Thank you for joining me on [K-Pounce 01:49:33] Radio all of these years. Thank you for joining. Mr. Pounce do you have anything to say?
Thank you. Thanks to Noir Chardonnay, to Ray and McGregor, to the pod man and all the listeners to K-Pounce radio. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls and friends beyond the binary. For the time being, we're going off the are but we'll be back.
Thanks for being a friend of friendship in cats everywhere. Thank you for listening to K-Pounce Radio. [inaudible 01:50:03] Mr. Pounce, say goodbye.
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Crone, switch to Crone, Miller, Smith, Barkey, Jester, Hound Dog, God. It's me prayering in. You're camper, your CIT, camper in training. What do you call it? What am I doing? Prayering in, that's what I'm doing. Yeah, I wanted to reach out on behalf of … I don't know. I don't know cats. I'm a little … This is the last time I'll be talk …
Here's the thing, cats. It won't be the last time we're talking. Yes, Crone, my fingers are crossed so I'll uncross them now. You caught me. I was only crossing them like 100 … My fingers were 1005 crossed but, just in case of the 1% chance that I don't keep you like … This is the last time we talk [inaudible 01:51:01] but seriously, Crone, switch to Crone, Miller, Smith, Barkey, Jester, Hound Dog, God. We've been … I want to say, we've been through a lot. That would be like a very presumptive use of the collective.
I been through a lot of ups and downs and I know that sometimes it feels like you've been the foot on my shoulder. If I'm in some M-U-D, I'm trying to get out and then the foot … I really know that's not true, that it's feet, because there's more than one of you. The foot that I T-R-I-P over, oh, Crone, Mi … You know I'm joking, gods. That's the only way I can handle this. I know it can't be a goodbye and I know we have this summer camp planned out, generally, in a vague way, with ideas and Maiden … There's an opening there, Maiden.
Plus we could live in the bag. They call that a … What do they call that. Oh, a fir … You go in an infirmary, Maiden … I got to use alluding words for it. That's where we … We could live in the back there. I could be like your number one customer. Anyway, I better move.
At this point, you're right. If you haven't returned my calls, my prayers, I don't … I'm too busy doing stuff like ri … Anyway, to think about it. Especially praising the other gods. Gods, we got the summer camp. That's the good news. The name has not come together but like … I think it will eventually by this summer. I was thinking, gods, maybe what I could do … Here's the thing: if you've been observing me in my IRL and I know you do, because it's like 24/7 comedy channel for all of you because of all the humor … We know whoever the former was, the creator, I guess that would be the mother and father technically in this case. They said, “Let's give him a triple shot. How much humanity do you normally put in them? Give him triple.” They said, “Oops, it's spilled.” How much? 3000% humanity in that one,” so I'm oozing it.
I'm oozing humanity. That's what they say. They say, “What is that smell? It smells like banana peels in the sun or wet noos …” No, well, that's me. It's the humanity I'm oozing out. I think, Maiden, one of your … Someone like you is the last person I'd say … Say, can cardboard go stale because I'm so … I say, “No, no. That's me. My natural musk. Humanity with a twist of anxious sweat.”
Anyway, gods, I got to get to the point. I'm taking all this time for me instead of prayering in. Whoa, no. Oh, sorry, gods. I was thinking this is about us. Eventually, because they did fail over the seasons, I remember first or second time we spent time together that I was going to create a whole thing, like a whole religious ecosystem. I don't know. Do they call them religious ecosystems? Faith-based ecosystems. Thank you. That didn't work out. Remember I had a bunch of … Like S-C-A-M-S as work and flowing … I think at one point I did wear flowing robes and remember I ended up just being a caretaker. That didn't go good.
I think this summer camp idea … I'm all in on it right this moment. Here's the thing, gods. I have my morning routine and I … It's not perfect but I do that and then my evening routine needs some tweaking. Crone, am I right? I've seen you frowning at me. What I could do is maybe I'll send you a letter every night to do … Also, then I can say … like this would be definitely mother and father, the gods. I'm not sending you a new letters warrior, whatever … whoever … ah! No offense, especially that other one in the sea. No way. I will open my letters.
Hello mother. Hello father. Hello Crone, Miller, Smith, Barkey, Jester, Hound Dog, God. It's your camp … Maybe I could send you a letter every night. Just a short one, one page probably is all the discipline, which would probably take me … I'll never get to the point but that'll be my evening prayering in. How did I miss all this. I can send it to you almost like your summer camp, when you combine all of you in one. Maybe instead of praising all of you I could just praise the summer camp. Summer camp, old gods in the new. If we just make it one word Summercampoldgodsinthenew … Old gods in the new summer camp.
You're right. It needs work. It does but I could send you a letter, just like I'm a kid who lives in a universe where there's a sentient summer camp also inhabited by gods old and new and who are also awesome camp counselors playing against type. Oh, because I thought about we do talk about dances and lessons and all that stuff. Maybe that's what I could talk about to you every night is … I'll just send you a little note. A bit like a prayer, you're right, Crone. But this would actually be on a regular basis and not when I need stuff. It'd be a little bit more disciplined than prayer, which kind of …
Usually, my prayers consist of requests or apologies. This would be like if you said, “How come you never check in with me?” I say, “You mean praise you? Consider job done now.” I could pen a letter to you every evening. Let's be real. Five of seven evenings. How's those? Twenty evenings a month. You're right. Maybe we should … I can always dial it down. You're right. Why not over promise? Thirty to 31 evenings except in February. I could say, “Dear Crone. Hello, mother. Hello, father. Hello, Crone.” I don't know if that gimmick would ever get old. That was from a old commercial, I think, after like Ovaltine or something. That kid was going to camp at [Kawana 01:58:08] or something. That was where commercials take songs and then they rewrite them to fit in in the commercial. Originally, it was a song that someone wrote just … Anyway, I'm off topic again.
How about that, because otherwise, it's a long time to the summer, especially since the camp's really … As much as I'd love to do all the work, you know me and logistics. You're the gods. Hopefully, you take it form there but maybe not. Maybe I could plan it. I don't know. Maybe I could offer some sort of reward or something. Yeah, gods, what I'll do is I'll send you a letter. I'll try to write something to you every night and keep in touch on a regular basis.
That's how we build it. That's how you build me. At least give me … At least mix the clay at this point to get me malleable because, right now, I'm more of a dispersal of water, of mud, water and muck. Let's get me clayified and start shaping you. I'd love it if you're going to be shaping me, how about you hit up those abs and those pecks for me. I think that's what they did on whatever that movie was: Chariots of Thrones or something, I can't remember, with Henry Hamill. Oh, Harry Hamlin. Thank you. I don't know what … It wasn't called Chariots of Thrones? Okay, well, I don't r … Gods of … Chariots of the Gods, that's something else too. Thank you.
That's it, gods. I guess this is a … It could never be goodbye. Also, what I'll do is I'll leave a pen in a notebook so, if any goddesses that don't normally keep in touch with me want to write a note or just draw a heart, my initials are … [inaudible 02:00:16] D.S. or D.A. or A.A. you could put that on … You just send me a message and the pen'll be in there.
Also, Barkey, if you want to write something funny, the pen will be in there, gods. Forgive me, gods. All of you know how much I need that. Give me … Open my mind and my heart and help me be consistent. Yeah, we'll build towards this summer camp. We'll have a lot to look forward to.
Thank you for the season. Thank you for all the service but, obviously, I could never say goodbye to all of you. Be in touch. Thanks, gods.
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