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Introducing Kentucky Thrones Radio

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For those that get lost in the lands of Westeros each Sunday night, KSR is introducing a new way to continue that passion after each episode leaves you hanging — Kentucky Thrones Radio.  Each week I will be joined by fellow fan and avid book-reader, T.J. Walker, to discuss and dissect the episode to help you handle the chaos.

We will begin each episode by talking about the insanity from Sunday night, followed by a few segments that will get you thinking, and hopefully, laughing.  After a few technicalities, we are rolling, with new episodes hitting the site each Monday.  Here are highlights from the first:

—  The hoops I had to jump through just to watch the first episode.

—  How long will Jon Snow be dead?

—  The killshot of the week.

—  The worst nude scene in the history of television

—  Iron Throne Power Rankings.

To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes or stream on Podbay.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

4 Comments for Introducing Kentucky Thrones Radio



  1. Sentient Third Eye
    2:28 pm April 26, 2016 Permalink

    Best of luck with this, though to be honest, I feel you may have missed the window this would have been optimum, and by a few years.

    In my experience, GoT today doesn’t get nearly the buzz it had back when it adapted the first few books in the series, the ones that are really well-written. Now that the series has progressed to the weaker books, the ones that probably only exist to cash in on the success of the first few, the quality of the stories has gotten pretty bad, so much so that it has even forced the show to actually deviate from the weaker source material. Whether that will be enough to return the show to the quality of the first few seasons, only time will tell.

    It doesn’t help, of course, that most of the actors who are actually good are now off the show because their characters have died. But the show desperately needs another Sean Bean-level talent to come in and anchor the show and save it from mediocrity.



    • inside info2
      11:30 pm April 26, 2016 Permalink

      “Sean Bean-level talent”. LMAO



  2. nybrasky
    2:44 pm April 26, 2016 Permalink

    Do you nerds live-stream your Dungeon & Dragons games too?



  3. CatFanDu
    4:39 pm April 26, 2016 Permalink

    I’m lost… WTH are we talking about?