The season finale of "Game of Thrones" gave us a lot to talk about in this edition of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate podcast. Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined by OnMilwaukee's Carolynn Buser to react to the conclusion of the seventh season and discuss the major events and themes.
An often great but rarely graceful seventh season of "Game of Thrones" came to a close Sunday night with "The Dragon and The Wolf," a tensely crafted finale that brought a sloppy season to a solid end.
After the fire and brimstone last week, it makes sense that "Game of Thrones" would take a bit of a breather. But with only two episodes left in the season, even the breather episodes - like Sunday night's "Eastwatch" - felt like a sprint.
Like every other American human currently alive, Aaron Rodgers watches "Game of Thrones." And he is apparently very, very into it. In an article Wednesday on The Ringer, the Packers quarterback declared his love of the HBO megahit and offered his own plot theories.
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