This week on The Collision, we’re joined by Allison Keene and Charles Judson to talk about the fourth season of Game of Thrones. During our conversation, we talk about the season’s highs, lows, the benefits of departing from the book, what made “The Children” the best season finale thus far, the future of the series, and much more. As always, we finish up with our recommendations.
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Allison’s Recommendation: Rectify
Charles’ Recommendation: The Americans
Adam’s Recommendation: Veep
Matt’s Recommendation: The Brothers Bloom
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