A Dance with Dragons Spoilercast Part 3

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About Michael DiMauro

Michael founded GeeklyInc with Tim Lanning way back in 2013 when they realized they had two podcasts and needed a place to stick them. Since then, Geekly has grown and taken off in ways Michael could have never imagined.


Well here we are again my friends. Let us gather around the old radio with grandma and uncle Bruce for some high quality Cast of Thrones entertainment. Yep, this is some real “Leave it to Beaver” sh*t.

In this FINAL “A Dance with Dragons” review episode we discuss “A Dance with Dragons” with great zeal and aplomb. I just know you will like it, unless you haven’t read the book yet. We can’t really discuss whom we talked about since it would be a spoiler to mention that they are alive, but there were direwolves! I am pretty sure that’s not a spoiler…

As always the first section of this episode is completely spoiler free! We decided to play it loose, so get all up in a front row seat to what it is like to “hang wit’” us. Mike Dao was naked!

Please continue to spread the good news about Cast of Thrones. I feel like we are keeping steam even though there is no show right now. Five star ratings and new subscribers is what we have always wanted! We just love you so much. Thanks!

The coHosts- Nick Bristow, Michael ‘Thrifty Nerd’ Dimauro, Mike Dao, Tim Lanning, Jennifer Cheek

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  1. So, I finally finished ADWD, mostly just to listen to your 3 part podcast. A lot of laughs, insight and great opinions shared. I was glad to find that you shared many of the same opinions I had about the book. I can’t wait for the next episode!

  2. I don’t think we plan on revisiting the old books. Unless the next seasons are greatly different from the books. But, if folks want it badly enough, sure I could see us talking about the other books.

  3. It’s so cool to go back and revisit how your opinions and views have changed about the books over the last eight years. Gods, we were all such sweet summer children back then.

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