Has Arya completely lost her humanity? How will Jaime and Cersei’s reunion culminate? Will Yara/Asha find her baby brother? Who’s the dude with the eyepatch? Will Gendry be sacrificed to the drowned gods? And what’s up with Bono Targaryen? All these open-ended questions not necessarily answered and more on this week’s recap of “Mhysa.” We thank you for sticking with us all season and hope you enjoy the episode!
Feat. special guest Nina!
Non-spoiler time stamp: 00:00:00—01:28:36
Spoiler time stamp: 01:28:37—1:46:30
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HERE’S WHAT YOU MISSED LAST WEEK
Catelyn finally gets the storyline that she’s been missing all season, and Walder Frey throws a killer wedding while we all finally realise that the Starks are never ever ever getting back together. Feat. special guest thenorthdismembers/onionjulius!
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White saviour: A White Savior Film (WSF) is a movie that features a white person coming into the lives of a person or people of color (POCs) who are often low-income, troubled, and/or severely oppressed. The troubled times that the people of color are in can be a product of oppression from other white folks, or their own doing. Either way, the White Savior comes in, quickly sympathizes with the problems of the people of color, learning what needs to happen to solve their problems, and in doing so, wins their favor and becomes their hero.Here are a list of films that portray this and further commentary.
The White Man’s Burden (definition of the poem used to defend colonialism and imperialism with examples throughout history)
MightyWhitey trope on TV tropes (the use of this trope in popular culture)
WhiteMan’sBurden on TV tropes (the use of this trope in popular culture)
The White Saviour Industrial Complex (article examining this real life example in western culture)
There’s money in the white savior complex (further real life example)