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TGE EP 80 — Watches: Quaran-Times

Oh my goodness, it's real people! TGE Watches is back with a new episode after eight weeks in quarantine! This month, we're getting in the wayback machine as Dante, Regina, and Izzie explore what we've been rewatching. Dante has completed a complete rewatch of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and all 13 Star Trek movies. Izzie's started… Continue reading TGE EP 80 — Watches: Quaran-Times

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TGE EP 79 — Watches: and the Fantabulous Quarantining of One Coronavirus

Greetings and salutations, dear listeners! I hope you’re all doing as well as you can in this new and…. well... interesting? era of coronavirus.  The Geek Embassy is lucky that our ambassadors have been recording remotely for years and we’re happy that in a fairly bleak time we can still create content for you.  This… Continue reading TGE EP 79 — Watches: and the Fantabulous Quarantining of One Coronavirus

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TGE EP 78 — Watches: The Baby Yoda Hour

We're back in the lab again with a new episode of TGE Watches and debuting a new format for 2020! This month, Dante, Regina, Isabela, and Stephen cover two of the hottest streaming shows right now: The Mandalorian from Disney+ and The Witcher from Netflix. In our roundup, we also cover the latest seasons of… Continue reading TGE EP 78 — Watches: The Baby Yoda Hour

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Arya Stark Really Was the “Princess Who Was Promised”

If you're like me, you were probably surprised when Arya Stark came flying through the air to kill the Night King in the episode "The Long Night". After all, a lot of attention had been paid to the entire "prince (or princess) who was promised" prophecy that Melisandre had been spouting from season 2. Most… Continue reading Arya Stark Really Was the “Princess Who Was Promised”

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We May Never See the End of A Song of Ice and Fire

Plenty of people were disappointed, sad, and some even downright angry at the end of the Game of Thrones television series. A common statement both from and toward those people is to wait for the ending George R.R. Martin chooses to deliver in his books. But things aren't really looking that great for us ever… Continue reading We May Never See the End of A Song of Ice and Fire

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Unreasonably Early Speculation for Magic: The Gathering on Netflix

On Monday June 3, the official MTG Twitter and Entertainment Weekly announced that the granddaddy of all collectible card games is finally coming to life with an animated series exclusive to Netflix. As if this weren't great enough news, we also learned that the series will be helmed by the red-hot Anthony and Joe Russo,… Continue reading Unreasonably Early Speculation for Magic: The Gathering on Netflix

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TGE EP 73 — Watches: The Lost Episode

Welcome to the newest episode of TGE Watches! This was recorded after we'd been away combating a wave of sickness that somehow hit nearly everyone on the site despite us all living in different places. (Editor's note: And Isabela forgot to edit the episode and lost the audio for a while... I'm sorry! - Isabela)… Continue reading TGE EP 73 — Watches: The Lost Episode

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TGE EP 72 — Watches: Game of Thrones, Season 8

Winter is here, and so is The Geek Embassy with a lengthy discussion of the highly anticipated Game of Thrones season 8. Your usual host Dante fills the role of Jon Snow in this episode of TGEW because he knows nothing about the show, having stopped watching after season 1. Thankfully, cast members Nicole (of… Continue reading TGE EP 72 — Watches: Game of Thrones, Season 8

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Daenerys Was Always Mad — Here’s Why

There is plenty to criticize about the last season of Game of Thrones. The claim that Daenerys's descent into madness happened only over the course of two episodes is not a criticism; it's just plain wrong. Most of her heinous acts were directed at people that we agreed should probably die, but that doesn't make… Continue reading Daenerys Was Always Mad — Here’s Why