Close the Door and Come Here - Episode 1 →

closethedoorandcomehere:

A Jaime and Brienne podcast discussing HBO’s Game of Thrones and George R.R. Martin’s book series ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’. This is not a spoiler-free zone, and contains explicit language!

Episode 1: we discuss Game of Thrones 4x01 and whatever else comes to mind…

This episode’s participants: yellowdelaney, torgover, ladyoftarth-posts, eonbluenegative

omfg I didn’t think this fandom could get any better 

snh-snh-snh:

I keep thinking oh man, I’m so immature. How am I allowed to be an adult.

Then I spend time with teenagers.

And it’s like, wow, okay, yeah. I am an adult. I am so adult. Look at me adulting all over the place.

(via jmeelee)

"Jaime Lannister is a fine figure of a man, a traditional concept of everything a man could want to be. The idea of that relationship, with all of its tension and complexity, lacking a sexual aspect is very interesting to me because we see a man finding a woman truly attractive for her character. It transcends, or just not yet includes, a sexual motivation."
-Gwendoline Christie (via until-the-next-time)

(Source: tvline.com, via until-the-next-time)


If you ever see or hear, “she was thinking of Renly in that moment with Cersei” or “it doesn’t mean she loves him”

kindly direct them to this:

IGN: I mean, Cersei is right though, isn’t she?

Christie: What’s brilliant about the writing is that in that moment, that’s the first moment [Brienne] considers it, and it’s the horror that that might be true and what she might have to deal with…

… But she doesn’t give a formal exit, she turns away. Then in her eye-line is Jaime. It’s, I think, really slapped her hard on one side of the face, and then the other even harder, as she runs off red-faced. “Oh, God!”

Oh, but you know, the woman who actually acted out those seconds of silence has no idea what was going on in her head and GOD Gwen obviously the director told you to think of Brienne’s feelings for Renly so why are you messing up this interview