Here is the riddle that Snow used to save his life after the death of the dog king (in episode 9). If you can make heads or tails of it, post an argument in the comments or send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org - whoever's riddle makes the most sense will be the Myths and Legends Podcast Riddlemaster, a title you can definitely put on your resume.
Here it is:
And no one dared tell King Hakon that. Then the giant Lee of Lee's Isle told his herdsman Snio to get himself the kingdom from King Hakon. So king Hakon asked Snio the news. Snio answered, "The bees are all dazed in Denmark."
Then King Hakon said, "Where did you sleep the night?"
Snio answered the king, "There where the sheep ate the wolves."
"Because the wolf was boiled and given to the sheep to drink as a cure."
"Where did you sleep the next night?"
"Where the wolf ate the cart and the horses ran off."
"How could that be?"
"Because the wolves ate the beaver-thrall, who had the wood between his legs; and the beavers who drew him, they ran away."
(According to the Annals of Lund: "He saw three beavers collecting wood, one of whom, who was called the servant, or "beaver-thrall", collapsed on the ground with his legs stuck out. The other beavers placed the wood between his legs and walked in front, dragging him along like oxen.")
"Where did you sleep the third night?" said the king.
Snio answered, "Where the mice ate the axe but not the haft."
"Because children made an axe of white cheese. The mice ate that, but not the stick the haft was made of."
Then the king asked about the news.
Then Snio answered, "The bees are all dazed."
"Then Dog is dead!"
That's it! Let me know if you can make sense of it.