Glenn Beck: Media Malpractice




www.HowObamaGotElected.com looks at how media coverage of the 2008 election impacted what Obama voters knew (or thought they knew) about the campaign


GLENN: We are, we are. But we want to thank you so much for listening to us and watching as well. John Ziegler is on the phone with us, and John got into a -- well, you got kind of into a fight with Matt Lauer.

ZIEGLER: Well, Matt didn't want to fight. That was the toughest part of the deal. But I still thought it was an interesting exchange and, Glenn, it's an honor to be on your program.

GLENN: Well, thank you, sir.

ZIEGLER: I think one of the most interesting statements what happened on the Today Show and this is about my book that came out yesterday, Media Malpractice: How Obama Got Elected and Palin Was Targeted. The one who did the setup piece for NBC news, Today Show and you probably well know, Glenn, just a few weeks ago Nora O'Donnell on the air said that Sarah Palin called Barack Obama a terrorist which, of course, you know is flat out false.

GLENN: Yes.

ZIEGLER: And should have been a fireable offense back in the day when the media had some sort of standards of fairness, which they don't anymore, especially not in NBC. And so how bizarre is this that I'm on the Today Show and the setup piece for the exclusive on the rest of the Sarah Palin interview that created so much stir a month ago is done by a woman who not only I had a confrontation with in the past but who has told this lie about Sarah Palin. And so I urge your listeners to go to our website because I went on with Nora O'Donnell after the Today Show appearance on MSNBC and let's just say that hilarity ensued.

GLENN: Hang on just a second. What's your website? Let's see if we can play it.

ZIEGLER: You've got to check out Nora O'Donnell and John Ziegler because she had no idea what hit her yesterday on MSNBC.

GLENN: Dan, see if you can pull that up.

ZIEGLER: HowObamagotelected.com.

GLENN: Okay. So the movie came out yesterday and I've seen pieces of it and I have to tell you, John, the pieces that I have seen where you are interviewing some of the Obama supporters.

ZIEGLER: Right.

GLENN: Is terrifying.

ZIEGLER: Yes, this was the first part of what we did which was to do an interview with Obama voters on election day and ask them very simple questions about the nature of the campaign and certain events that happened, and just in case you think, well, we were just doing, you know, a man on the street, jaywalking type of deal, no, no, what we did was we backed up those interviews with not one but two scientific polls, one by Zogby and then Zogby backed down to left wing pressure and wouldn't do the second poll with us. Extraordinary expense. By the way, this is all my own money. I'm doing this on my own at great expense using most of my personal resources to do this and my life savings because I --

GLENN: So why -- hang on. John, let me ask you this. Why are you spending so much money, of your own personal money? You hate Obama that much?

ZIEGLER: Yeah, you nailed it, Glenn. No, here's what I --

GLENN: When will the hate stop from people like you?

ZIEGLER: Yeah, it's a good -- that's a very good question. Actually you know what it is? It's a testament to how much I care about this country, how dangerous I think the media coverage of this past election was and its favoritism toward Obama and it's clear absolute double standard in the targeting of Sarah Palin. I think it is one of the most dangerous and unprecedented things that happened in our media in a very long time, if not ever, and I've devoted my life and my life savings to try and correct the historical record here. And thanks to Sarah Palin giving me an absolutely outstanding interview that has been totally distorted.

GLENN: Of course.

ZIEGLER: Yeah, well, I should have known better. I guess I was naive because when people see the entire Sarah Palin interview, which is available on the DVD of the special feature, they are going to see a completely different story than they want and they got in the mainstream news media, and I've devoted my life to this cause. And I don't know whether or not it's going to end up bearing fruit, but I don't care because I feel that passionately about the issue.

GLENN: Okay. So do we have -- Dan, do we have the interview? Did you find that on the website yet?

DAN: Well, I was checking out his website. I think I'll just go to YouTube. I can't find exact link on his website. I'm not sure where it is.

ZIEGLER: I can certainly get you guys that link if you want to play it later on but it's up there at howObamagotelected.com, it's also at Breitbart TV. It's pretty much everywhere, the Nora O'Donnell/John Ziegler confrontation was well worth watching because what I did was I started off by saying, "Well, thank you very much, Nora, for giving me the fodder for my next film, Media Malpractice 2, the sequel, and went into the whole notion that she should have been fired for what she said about Sarah Palin and instead she gets rewarded with doing the setup piece on the Today Show which I think tells you everything you need to know about the nature of the news media today.

GLENN: Tell us about the history of, you know, Sarah Palin called Barack Obama a terrorist.

ZIEGLER: Well, of course, that didn't happen and the reality of course is that she said that Barack Obama pals around with terrorists. And in our film, Media Malpractice, Glenn, we show that even that was completely distorted because members of the news media, it wasn't just bias, Glenn. It was flat out ignorance about basic facts that every news media member ought to know if they're worth their salt. For instance, they didn't know. I mean, if you got mocked for using the portal in terrorist and they didn't know that the reference to terrorist was that obviously Bill Ayers' wife was on the FBI's most wanted list and that Rashid Khalidi was a spokesperson for the PLO and was a friend of Barack Obama's and he went to that tribute dinner that the L.A. Times withheld the tape of. So just another example of not just the bias but ignorance creating a toxic mix that created this circumstance that got Obama elected and had Palin targeted.

GLENN: So John, I've been on this bandwagon of GE for a while. This is the Pravda of America soon. Here they have their CEO on the council for the president on economic recovery, which kills me because the guy has trashed GE. They have this huge lobbying arm. They have NBC, Universal, they do Green Week, they are so in the bag for the Democratic Party. Is anyone else out there that is really -- that is tying all of this stuff together? I mean, I can't imagine a scenario like that on the other side.

ZIEGLER: Of course not, no.

GLENN: I mean, that would burn the place down.

ZIEGLER: No, you are exactly right. And if you have a series of villains in my film, Media Malpractice, almost all of them are NBC employees. And obviously one of them being Tina Fey. But others being not just Olbermann and Matthews. Those are the easy targets. My film goes after the less obvious ones like Brian Williams who is as subtly in the tank as anybody was on this issue. Andrea Mitchell should be absolutely fired. There's another scene which is at howObamagotelected.com in our film where Andrea Mitchell goes way out over the issue of Joe Biden's international test comments where she plays, Glenn -- this is amazing, and no one -- this is a brand-new revelation to the public. No one pointed out that she not only used the less incriminating audio from Joe Biden, she used audio that was from a completely different day in a completely different city, in a completely different context all because it made Joe Biden and Barack Obama look better than the actual audio which was incredibly incriminating by Joe Biden on this issue that Obama would be tested by an international crisis in the first six months, and we prove it in Media Malpractice: How Obama Got Elected and Palin Was Targeted.

GLENN: Hold it just a second. You need to say the name of this thing again.

ZIEGLER: HowObamagotelected.com. Hey, Glenn, I devote my life to this, man.

GLENN: No, I understand it. But depending on how many you sell today, I may take a percentage.

ZIEGLER: I'm happy to do that.

GLENN: So how did, how did she -- do you go into who are the people behind these people that are allowing them to do it? For instance, I know there's no way I'd get on the air either at CNN -- well, maybe it's CNN, if it's the other direction. At CNN or Fox with that kind of taking a speech from a different day, different context, et cetera, et cetera, and playing that on the air and claiming that that was the speech that everybody was talking about. There's no way I would have gotten away with that.

ZIEGLER: No.

GLENN: Do you look at the people in standards and practices? Do you look at the faces that nobody sees?

ZIEGLER: Well, I don't -- I am not a big -- you know, I don't want to get conspiratorial because I think, you know, even though I do think that there's no question that these pieces are connected, as you say but, you know, Andrea Mitchell is an interesting example because, you know, she's married to Alan Greenspan. So if there was --

GLENN: The man who brought us the housing bubble.

ZIEGLER: Exactly.

GLENN: The dot-com bubble and the money bubble? What's the problem with that?

ZIEGLER: You can argue that no household in America did more to get Barack Obama elected than the household of Andrea Mitchell and Alan Greenspan, whether they intended it or not. And we prove that in this film. So it is a remarkable circumstance. What I find to be most amazing, Glenn, is that we're always finding out about this episode, which I'm not claiming in and of itself determined the election. This is a death by 1,000 cuts.

GLENN: Sure.

ZIEGLER: But this is a severe cut and a blatant example of Media Malpractice. How is it that we're only finding out about it now because one guy, a conservative filmmaker as CNN just called me, they never called the liberal filmmakers liberal, you know, how is it that one guy is able to finally break the story months after the election? No one seems to care about these types of things even when we find out about them because there's no accountability in the media because our attention spans are 5 1/2 seconds long.

GLENN: Hang on just a second. Are you saying when Larry King has Michael Moore on, he's not billed as liberal filmmaker? Is that what you're saying?

ZIEGLER: Please don't compare me to Michael Moore because I actually use facts and I've got a lot less fact.

GLENN: Okay. So tell me your experience with Sarah Palin.

ZIEGLER: Glenn, what I like to tell people is that the biggest surprise about going up to Wasilla other than the $120 cab ride from Anchorage at 3:00 in the morning because there were no rental cars was that there were no surprises in meeting Sarah Palin and her family. They are exactly as everybody who is a fan of hers would hope them to be. She's amazing, she's intelligent, she is smart. She was not whiney in this interview, and it burns me up, Glenn, that that's how the mainstream news media has portrayed her in this. Anybody that sees this entire interview which again is on the DVD will look at her and go, "Wow, I had a misimpression of her" or certainly the news media created a misimpression of her. She could not have been more honest. I think her biggest mistake, Glenn, is that she's a little bit naive, and I always presume that naivety, unless you are an idiot which she clearly is not -- she's very intelligent -- that naivety comes about because you are a good concern and it's beyond you the possibility of evil in others like news media members that would destroy your candidacy for their own purposes.

GLENN: Oh, yeah. She had absolutely no idea. I talked to her during it. She had no idea how evil the news media can be and how out of control even the Republican structure was in Washington. She had no idea. That freight train was coming at her at 1,000 miles an hour and she didn't even see it coming.

ZIEGLER: You nailed it, Glenn, because she graduated with a journalism degree that different era even though it was only 20 years ago.

GLENN: In a different part of the country.

ZIEGLER: Right. And, and I do think that you're right about the McCain campaign structure creating this perfect storm situation. But one of the most interesting things about the interview is we played like six or seven clips of the most egregious examples of Media Malpractice for her. I don't think she had seen or even heard of any of them! Which goes to the people that were surrounding her. She went on Saturday Night Live not knowing that Tina Fey had made a completely inappropriate joke about her daughter being forced into marriage by her for political reasons and then she says in this interview that, you know, she probably would have gone on the show but she certainly would have given Tina Fey a piece of her mind if she had known. I mean, these are important things. How do you go on Saturday Night Live without your people telling you, hey, Tina Fey has done this.

GLENN: Oh, yeah.

ZIEGLER: So she was not done a good service by the people surrounding her. She is a good person, a great leader. We as Americans ought to be proud to have her and it's a travesty and injustice that she has had some of her credibility destroyed by a news media that was clearly trying to perpetrate an agenda.

GLENN: Now, did you ask her to see the pillow?

ZIEGLER: To see the what?

GLENN: The pillow that she was using to -- that she would stuff underneath her blouse to make it look like she was pregnant with her daughter's baby?

ZIEGLER: (Laughing). You know, what was funny, Glenn, was when we got to her home in Wasilla, Bristol answered the door, seven days after she had given birth. And, of course, you know, she went back to care for her newborn and, you know, she couldn't have cared less about us entering the house to interview Governor Palin. And when I wrote about this at Big Hollywood website, I'm not kidding, there were people who were seriously considering that I was part of a conspiracy because I wrote that Bristol went back to care for her child but I didn't actually see the child; I only heard her crying, I only heard the baby crying. So somehow this was part of a conspiracy that I was part of this to continue the cover-up that Sarah Palin didn't really give birth to Trig. I mean, this is the absurdity that we're dealing with here.

GLENN: So John, what is the -- play this out for me. Why should anybody care about this? What does this lead us to? Go beyond, go beyond Step One. Step One was the media is in the bag during this last election like we've never, ever seen before.

ZIEGLER: Correct.

GLENN: Go beyond Step One. If this isn't corrected, what does that mean?

ZIEGLER: Glenn, this is such an important point and this is why I've devoted my life to this because this was unprecedented and as you know, especially when you're dealing with the children in the news media, if you don't stop any sort of precedent and have some sort of blowback and accountability toward it, guess what happens. It only gets worse. The floodgates have now been opened. We have now established the precedent that the news media can determine, even if it means destroying someone's character who our president is going to be. Once you go down that path, there's no return, and we have no shot. And it's not a liberal/conservative thing, Glenn. This means that anything can happen. This is the type of thing that leads to dictatorships over the long haul, and I hope you don't quote me as saying Barack Obama is a dictator. No, the reality is that that's where this type of thing leads. It's incredibly dangerous, it's unfair, it's injustice and that's why I devoted my life to trying to correct the historical record about what happened here with Barack Obama and Sarah Palin. And I hope your audience will help me by going to howObamagotelected.com.

GLENN: Shameless. Shameless.

ZIEGLER: If you were in my position, Glenn, you'd do the same thing. I've got my ass so far on the line, I can't see straight on this thing.

GLENN: Well, don't worry. I'm sure the government will come and bail you out.

ZIEGLER: Yeah, I'm sure I'm going to get a bailout with howObamagotelected.com.

GLENN: John, I'm trying to think who's further down the line than I am on bailout. It would be Rush Limbaugh and then you and then I think me. So all right, John, I appreciate it, man.

ZIEGLER: Hey, thanks so much, Glenn.

GLENN: You bet. And again the web address is?

ZIEGLER: I think it's howObamagotelected.com but I'm not sure.

GLENN: And you'll be on television tonight with some clips as well?

ZIEGLER: Absolutely. There's some great stuff in this Palin interview. Looking forward to it.

GLENN: Thanks, John.

It's not as easy as it used to be for billion-dollar entertainment empires like The Walt Disney Company. It would be more streamlined for Disney to produce its major motion pictures in its own backyard. After all, abortion in California is readily available, as well as a protected, cherished right. And since abortion access is critical for movie production, right up there with lighting equipment and craft services, you would think California would be the common-sense choice for location shooting. Alas, even billion-dollar studios must pinch pennies these days. So, in recent years, Disney, among other major Hollywood studios, has been farming out production to backwater Southern lands like Georgia, and even Louisiana. Those states offer more generous tax breaks than Disney's native California. As a result, Georgia for example, played host to much of the shooting for the recent worldwide box office smash Avengers: Endgame.

But now it looks like it's Georgia's endgame. The state recently passed what is known as a "heartbeat" bill – a vicious, anti-woman law that would try to make pregnant women allow their babies to be born and actually live. It's a bridge too far for a major studio like Disney, which was largely built on creating family entertainment. How can Disney possibly go about making quality movies, often aimed at children, without access to unfettered abortion? It's unconscionable. Lack of abortion access makes it nearly impossible to shoot movies. So, what's a major studio to do? Disney might have considered migrating its business to Louisiana, but that state too has now signed a heartbeat bill into law. It's utter madness.

These monstrous anti-abortion bills, coupled with having to live under President Trump, has led Disney to seek a new home for its legendary movie magic. Last week, Disney's CEO, Bob Iger, announced that all future Disney movies will now be filmed on location in the Sub-Saharan African nation of Wakanda.

"Disney and Wakanda are a match made in heaven," Iger told reporters. "Wakanda was, until recently, a secret kingdom, much like our own Magic Kingdom. With this new partnership, we'll not only get to continue our legacy of making movies that parents and children everywhere enjoy together, but we'll get to do so in a safe space that reveres abortion as much as we do."

Wakanda is one of only four African countries (out of 55) that allow unrestricted abortion.

As home to the most advanced technology in the world – and with the planet's highest per-capita concentration of wokeness – Wakanda offers women painless, hassle-free abortion on demand. As the Wakandan health ministry website explains, the complete absence of any white-patriarchal-Judeo-Christian influence allows women in Wakanda to have complete control of their own bodies (with the exception of females who are still fetuses). As winner of the U.N.'s 2018 Golden Forceps award (the U.N.'s highest abortion honor) Wakanda continues its glowing record on abortion. That makes it an ideal location for Disney's next round of live-action remakes of its own animated movies in which the company plans to remove all male characters.

Iger says he hopes to convince Wakandan leadership to share their top-secret vibranium-based abortion procedure technology so that American women can enjoy the same convenient, spa-like abortion treatment that Wakandan women have enjoyed for years.

Wakanda is one of only four African countries (out of 55) that allow unrestricted abortion. Disney plans to boycott and/or retaliate against the other 51 African nations, as well as any U.S. states, that restrict abortion. Specific plans are being kept under wraps, but sources say Disney's potential retaliation may include beaming Beverly Hills Chihuahua into the offending territories on a continuous, indefinite loop.

When asked how Wakanda's futuristic capital city and distinctly African landscape would be able to double for American movie locations, Iger said, "I guess America will just have to look more like Wakanda from now on."

One potential wrinkle for the Left-leaning studio is the fact that Wakanda has an impenetrable border wall-shield-thing designed to keep out foreign invaders as well as illegal immigrants. Iger said he understands Wakanda's policy of exclusivity, adding, "After all, not everyone gets into Disneyland. You have to have a ticket to get in. Anyone is welcome, but you have to go through the process of getting a ticket." When one reporter pointed out that Iger's answer sounded like the conservative argument for legal immigration under the rule of law, Iger insisted that the reporter was "a moronic fascist."

What if the unthinkable happens and Florida also enacts its own "heartbeat" law? That would be problematic since Walt Disney World is located in Florida. Iger responded that Disney would "cross that bridge if we get to it" but that the most likely scenario would entail "dismantling Disney World piece-by-piece and relocating it to the actual happiest place on earth – Wakanda." As for whether Disney would ever open character-themed abortion clinics inside its theme parks, Iger remained coy, but said, "Well, it is the place where dreams come true."

With the Wakanda solution, Disney may have found a place where Minnie Mouse can finally follow her heart and have true freedom of choice.

When pressed about the cost of ramping up production in a secretive African kingdom that has no existing moviemaking infrastructure (which could easily end up being much more expensive than simply shooting in California) Iger said, "You can't put a price tag on abortion freedom. Wakanda Forever and Abortion Forever!"

With the Wakanda solution, Disney may have found a place where Minnie Mouse can finally follow her heart and have true freedom of choice. And that will be welcome relief to traditional families all over the world who keep the Walt Disney Company in business.

*Disclaimer: The preceding story is a parody. Bob Iger did not actually say any of the quotes in the story. Neither is Wakanda an actual nation on planet Earth.

"Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris," is a podcast featuring conversations about how faith has guided newsmakers and celebrities through their best and worst times. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is a much maligned religion so Glenn joined the podcast and took the time to explain what it means to him and how it changed his life.

From his suicidal days and his battle with drugs and alcohol, it was his wife Tania and his faith that saved him. All his ups and downs have given him the gift of empathy and he says he now understands the "cry for mercy" — something he wishes he'd given out more of over the years.

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One of these times I'm going to go on vacation, and I'm just not going to come back. I learn so much on a farm.

You want to know how things work, go spend a summer on a farm. You're having problems with your son or daughter, go spend a summer on a farm.

My son changed. Over two weeks.

Getting him out of bed, getting him to do anything, is like insane. He's a 15-year-old kid. Going all through the normal 15-year-old boy stuff. Getting him on the farm, where he was getting up and actually accomplishing stuff, having to build or mend fences, was amazing. And it changed him.

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Our society does not allow our kids to grow up, ever. I am convinced that our 15-year-olds could be fixing all kinds of stuff. Could be actually really making an impact in a positive way in our society. And what's wrong with our society is, we have gotten away from how things actually work. We're living in this theoretical world. When you're out on a farm, there's no theory here. If it rains, the crops will grow. If it rains too much, the crops won't grow.

If there's no sun, they won't grow. If there's too much sun, they'll shrivel up and die. There's no theory. We were out mending fences. Now, when I say the phrase to you, mending fences, what does that mean? When you think of mending fences, you think of, what?

Coming together. Bringing people together. Repairing arguments.

I've never mended a fence before until I started stringing a fence and I was like, "I ain't doing this anymore! Where is it broken? Can't we just tie a piece of barbed wire together?"

Let's stop talking about building a wall. Because that has all kinds of negative imagery. Mending fences is what we need to do.

That's called mending fences.

And why do you mend fences? So your animals don't get out and start to graze on somebody else's land. When your fence goes down, your cow is now on somebody else's land. And your cow is now eating their food.

We look at the phrase, mending fences as saying, hey. You know, we were both wrong. Mending fences has nothing to do with that.

Mending fences means build a wall. My neighbors and I, we're going to get along fine, as long as my cows don't go and steal their food, or their cows don't come over and steal my cow's food.

We're perfectly neighborly with each other, until one of us needs to mend a fence, because, dude, you got to mend that, because your cows keep coming over and eating my food.

You know what we need to do with Mexico? Mend fences.

Now, that's a phrase. You hear build a wall. That's horrible.

No, no, no. We need to mend fences.

In a farming community, that means putting up an electric fence. That means putting up barbed wire.

So the cows — because the cows will — they'll stick their head through barbed wire. And they'll eat the grass close to the road. Or eat the grass close to the other side of the fence. And they'll get their heads in between those fences. And they can't get out sometimes. Because the grass is always greener on the other side. You look at these damn cows and say turn around, cow — there's plenty of stuff over here.

No. They want the grass on the other side of the fence.

So you mend it.

And if it's really bad, you do what we do. We had to put an electric fence up. Now, imagine putting an electric fence up. That seems pretty radical and expensive.

Does it really work? Does it shock them? What does that feel like to a cow?

The cows hit it once, and then they don't hit it again. They can actually hear the buzz of the electric fence. There's a warning. Don't do it. Don't do it. They hear the current and they hit it once and they're like, "I'm not going to do that again."

So you mend fences, which means, keep your stuff on your side. I like you. We're good neighbors. You keep your stuff on your side and I'll keep my stuff on my side and we'll get together at the town hall and we'll see each other at the grocery store. Because we're good neighbors. But what stops us from fighting is knowing that there is a fence there.

This is my stuff. That's your stuff. But we can still trade and we'll help each other. But let's stop talking about building a wall. Because that has all kinds of negative imagery. Mending fences is what we need to do.

You can have a tough fence. It could be a giant wall. It could be an electric fence. But you need one. And that's how you come together.

The side that's having the problem, mends the fence.

The following is part of an ongoing experiment by Glenn Beck program heartthrob, Stu Burguiere, to begin watching Game of Thrones in its final season, without any previous context. Other than highlights shown in commercials, Stu has never seen a second of Game of Thrones, and has never read a word about its characters or plot lines.

PREVIOUSLY on Game of Thrones: it seems like all the people who hated each other but then started working together, now hate each other again.

WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS THIS WEEK!

- I think I missed last week's episode, but it's possible the opening credits have just been playing since last week, and I joined at the right time
- Uncle Fester is writing a letter
- Angry Elf is still alive
- Uncle Fester and John Snow(?) are saying their queen doesn't want to eat and shouldn't be left alone
- John Snow doesn't want to be king?
- Queen Blondie has a nice open air balcony with a sweet view
- Angry Elf apparently needs to ask Queen Blondie's permission before doing things, she must have a higher rank
- Uncle Fester burns his letter and hides his ring
- Uncle Fester brought to the beach at night
- Queen Blondie's name is Denarys! (or similar!)
- Uncle Fester sentenced to death by dragon fire breath
- There is some hidden truth about John Snow (maybe he's transitioned?)
- Queen Blondie and John Snow make out because the time immediately after burning a man to death is very romantic
- If some city rings bells, Queen Blondie will stop the attack
- "Next time you fail me, will be the last time you fail me" says Queen Blondie to Angry Elf
- Not a lot of smiling going on in this region
- Angry Elf tries to tell Obi Wan Kenobi a secret, which is difficult because of their height difference
- Frumpy Girl wants to kill Sercy?
- Someone known as the "Stupidest Lannister" is in prison
- Stupid Lannister gets freed by Angry Elf, going to do something to stop a lot of innocent people from dying
- "Tens of thousands of innocent people for one not so innocent dwarf. Seems like a fair trade"
- Angry Elf gives emotional speech to Stupid Lannister who was the only person around who was nice to him as a kid. A little middle school drama.
- Stupid Lannister has gold hand
- Doors to break into castle has disturbing amount of space between them
- 2 big armies stare each other down. At this point, it's important to note that I don't know why they're fighting or who they are
- Queen Love Child of Mick Jagger and Robin Wright makes an appearance
- Dragon versus old times wooden boats proving to be a bit of a mismatch
- Seems like instead of making lots of crossbows, these people should put their resources into dragon development and recruiting
- Dragon proves that my concern about the space between the doors was misplaced
- Unclear why they even bother to send an army when they have the dragon
- Queen Blondie is riding a dragon again. She should spend time making a saddle to make it easier
- Bells in the city ring, which is supposed to stop an attack—even though it's kind of already happened
- My interpretation is the people in the city surrendered, but Queen Blondie kept attacking, killing lots of people for no reason
- This horrifies John Snow and Angry Elf. Queen Blondie has gone dark… not with the hair, but with her murderous tendencies
- Considering all the stabbing and beheading, the dragons flame might be the preferable way to die
- Stupid Lannister is fighting with the lead singer of Coldplay,who apparently swam to safety following near direct hit from dragon
- Stupid Lannister gets himself stabbed
- Queen Mick Jagger/Robin Wright finally figures out she's going to lose and leaves her fancy tower
- Coldplay Lead Singer gets stabbed too. Stupid Lannister's name is possibly Jim Lannister?
- Frumpy Girl contemplates getting revenge on someone, maybe the Queen. Then thanks tall guy named Sandor or maybe Sandle
- Sandle's brother is a guard for the Queen. He kills the Queen's assistant so he can fight Sandle
- Big guard guy looks like Darth Vader without his helmet
- Stupid Lannister has connection Mick Jagger/Robin Wright Queen. She's in a very desperate place, similar to Robin Wright when she married Sean Penn
- Giant Darth Vader without his helmet gets stabbed with long sword, seems to enjoy it
- Again, since the dragon has done all the work, why did they send all these important people into this city?
- Frumpy Girl getting trampled, keeps getting saved at last second, indicating she's an important character
- Giant helmet-free Darth Vader gets stabbed a dozen times or so without dying, so his brother, now without eyes, tackles him off the side of the castle, probably killing them both
- Very dusty with the buildings all collapsing around them. Feels like there could be some fertile ground for the mesothelioma lawyers of the time
- Stupid Lannister and Mick Jagger/Robin Wright Queen escaping in underground tunnel
- Underground tunnel is no longer a tunnel
- Frumpy Girl really mourning lady who helped her up in previous scene
- Everyone is charred, but a horse inexplicably totally fine
- Again, Frumpy must be a big character for all of these nice coincidences to happen to her