The night is dark and full of Comet or Comment? That is going to be a verbal stumbling block. This will not include heated subtextual interactions between power players, but we will have a long drawn out discussion of of the episode followed by stuff that I read. Hopefully you won't notice as you frolic in dreamland with the old gods and the new. 00:00 Intro 01:43 Thank Yous 06:18 Episode Breakdown 28:53 Table on Contents 29:33 Ser Dontos Hollard 31:55 Staples 42:29 Masonry 54:02 Red Comets 59:03 Landing on a Comet 01:06:29 Ser Pounce and Tommen 01:16:00 Prayers House Hollard Staple Foods Wheat Masonry Philadelphia City Hall Mole Antnonelliana Why You'll Never See A Red Comet Comet Landing | | @bbc | Eli5 Reddit "Night of the Comet" @wikipedia | @rottentomatoes Comets | @wikipedia Liberation Theology (did not make it in) @bbc | | @wikipedia The North Fishwife Cocksure Sledge Rock Tumbling as hobby Older "Game of Drones" episodes can be found here Sleep With Me is a bedtime story designed to take your mind off of the racing thoughts that keep you awake at night. As you listen you will find yourself distracted from your worries and drifting off into dreamland..due to the fact the story gets a little bit more boring with each passing minute. This podcast is a little weird, a bit silly and a tad offensive so beware. It is very similar to ASMR or guided meditation bedtime story that slowly carries you off to slumber. "Sleep With Me" is a groundbreaking podcast created to help you fall asleep. So get in bed, press play and drift off into dreamland. If you struggle with insomnia or just getting a good night's rest, you've found the podcast for you. Subscribe in iTunes Become a fan on Facebook On Twitter @dearestscooter Music by Christopher Postill @ Sounds Like An Earful Podcast "A Podcast about collecting stories, tinkering with noises and fumbling with really big questions" Sleep With Me Artwork by His Grace Scott "Game of Drones" Only Feed Cover Art by Ken Ackerman Sleep With Me is narrated by Dearest Scooter and written by Drew Ackerman