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House of Fire & Blood – Episode 37 “Heteronormativity is a Hell of a Drug”

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This entry is part 37 of 40 in the series House of Fire & Blood

What if George R. R. Martin’s Fire and Blood was written more like HBO’s House of the Dragon? Caroline and Gretchen analyze Martin’s work from this perspective and search for hidden stories in the text.

This week Gretchen and Caroline review the third and final official House of the Dragon trailer. It looks cool!! WE HOPE IT’S COOL!!!

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