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"Game of Thrones" Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things (TV Episode 2011) Poster

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The episode title is based on a quote of Tyrion Lannister: "I have a tender spot in my heart for cripples and bastards and broken things".
To date, the only episode of the series in which every credited main cast member appears.
Doreah says she has seen a man who can change his face like a man changes his clothes. Ttis is reference to the Faceless men, the assassin brotherhood from Braavos.
The last appearance of Old Nan in the show. The actress Margaret John passed away on February 2011.
In the original novel, it was not Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish who told Sansa how Sandor "The Hound" Clegane had been scarred as a child, but Sandor himself.
When Viserys is reciting the names of the dragons who's skulls were in the throne room, he mentions Vermithrax. Vermithrax Perjorative is the name of the dragon in Benjamin Wade. GOT author George R. R. Martin once stated that Vermithrax was the best film dragon of all time.
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In this episode Mark Addy, as King Robert, oversees a jousting tournament. He had previously played Roland in A Knight's Tale opposite Heath Ledger where jousting was the main event.
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Jaime and Jory speak about Thoros of Myr. He first appears in the show on season 3, starting from "Dark Wings, Dark Words".
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According to the books, Jory and Jaime never took any part in the Greyjoy Rebellion.
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