Cast of Thrones – Bookclub: The Mystery Knight

By Michael DiMauro on

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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.

 

Hello, brave travelers! If you have reached this peak it means only one thing–you are a die-hard fan of Game of Thrones. If you have read all five published A Song of Ice and Fire novels then you have READ EVERYTHING! If you only watch the TV show you are a crazy person that needs their fill of knights and battles for the Iron Throne. We are so happy that you are here as we take this final journey to discuss The Mystery Knight! Dunk and Egg are up to their old tricks, so do yourself a favor and listen up.

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2 comments

  1. Hey Cast of Thrones, I just had a idea for a filler podcast, though I’m not particularly sure if it’s a good idea or not. I was thinking we could do a radio hour where people can send in songs that remind them of GoT or specific characters or events etc. An explanation can be sent in with the songs and they can be read before playing it.

    idk if it’s any good so I’ll let you be the judges of that! I won’t cry if you don’t do it. lol

    Thank you guys so much for the most fun podcast ever, you guys have me cracking up every week!

    PS: Have anyone every seen Jane and the Dragon? It’s a kids show set in medieval times and I can’t help but picture Dunk as a really tall older version of Gunther. Maybe that’s another thing you could do, strange/funny images of characters or places you had while reading the books.

    And I’ll shut up now, happy podcasting!

    • Thank you for the suggestion! I like this idea a lot, but I am not sure about the logistics. Mostly getting sued or in trouble for playing music. I hear on podcasts all the time that you need to be careful about playing licensed music.

      Thanks for listening!

      P.S. I have no idea what Jane and the Dragon is…

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