Articles written by: Anisha Vichare

Raised on a healthy diet of equal parts Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Family Matters, and The X-Files, Anisha has been an avid TV watcher since she was probably too young to be. Due to her extensive knowledge of television shows, past and present, she's killer at pop culture trivia and doles out TV recommendations to anyone who asks. A midwestern transplant living in the Texas, you can find her explaining to strangers that Pawnee isn't a real place in Indiana and trying to convince others that the rival high school from Glee was based on her high school (really!).


Game of Thrones “Oathbreaker”

“Oathbreaker” was a chance for Game of Thrones to slow down after two relatively break-neck episodes. After six seasons, this show is full of so many moving pieces that it can feel like there’s no room to breathe. And although this week’s episode highlighted how some storylines, namely everything in […]


Game of Thrones “Home”

Home is a concept full of layers. Your family, where you grew up, the land that should belong to you—they all work together to define what your home is. Game of Thrones is about kingdoms after all. Hell, not just kingdoms, but houses. And what are these but homes? In […]

Moment of Goodness / Recaps

3 Moments of Goodness from Game of Thrones “The Red Woman”

The season six premiere of Game of Thrones wasted no time giving status updates on virtually all of the cast of characters (except Bran. Eleven episodes with no mention of magical flame-throwing children.) But from all the flitting from North to South and East to West, there were three Moments […]


Game of Thrones Preview: “The Red Woman”

After an agonizing ten months, the time has finally arrived. Game of Thrones is back. We closed Season 5, what seems to be the most divisive of seasons, with many of our characters in dire situations. Daenerys is left surrounded by Dothraki after escaping the fighting pits in Meereen. Theon […]