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We learned a lot about a number of characters in this well-paced episode, especially Jaime Lannister. But is time running out for Robb to save the day?

Spoiler alert: this blog is published after Game of Thrones airs on HBO in the Us on Sunday at 9pm Et. Do not read on unless you have watched episode five (which airs in the UK on Sky Atlantic on Monday at 9pm). As ever, we are going to (hopefully) avoid book spoilers as well.

Click here for Sarah Hughes' season three, episode four blog.

"It's treason to free your enemies. In war you kill your enemies."

After last week's pyrotechnics it was back to business with a taut, well-paced episode in which we learned a great deal about a number of characters. Most notably, Jaime Lannister was finally allowed to explain why he murdered King Aerys, telling Brienne a horror story about fire, »

- Sarah Hughes

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