Bran and Rickon have escaped Winterfell. Theon tries to hunt them down. Daenerys' dragons have been stolen. Jon travels through the wilderness with Ygritte as his prisoner. Sansa has bled and is now ready to have Joffrey's children.
At Winterfell, Osha arranges for Bran and his younger brother to escape. Theon is outraged and sets off after them but can't quite seem to find them. Osha improvises, as does Theon so as not to lose face. North of the Wall, Jon finds himself lost and separated from the other members of the Night's Watch. His prisoner, Ygritte, soon turns the tables on him. At Robb's camp, Jaime Lannister escapes but is soon recaptured. At Harrenhal, Tywin Lannister wants to find the assassin who struck so near to him. At King's Landing, Sansa has nightmares about her near rape but also begins to menstruate. Cersei has advice for her but the young woman is clearly worried about having to marry Joffrey. In Qarth, Daenerys meets with the ruling council and demands the return of her dragons. Written by
According to the novels, Jaime was a squire for Lord Sumner Crakehall, not for Barristan Selmy; he never had any squire named Brian; when he took part in the campaign against the Kingswood Brotherhood, he was fifteen years old, not sixteen; and he never competed against Balon Swann. See more »
Tywin Lannister mentions that people still remember Aegon Targaryen's name 300 years after his death, as the show takes place in the years 299 and 300 in Westeros, though years are counted from Aegon's conquering of Westeros, not from the year he died, which was approximately forty years later. See more »
Take that back to the kitchen. Eat what you want.
[Arya takes a plate with mutton and turns to leave]
[Arya freezes in fear, unsure what Tywin intends]
[Arya turns to Tywin, stares at him confused]
Lowborn girls say "m'lord", not "my lord". If you're going to pose as a commoner, you should do it properly.
My mother served Lady Dustin for many years, MY LORD. She taught me how to speak proper... properly.
You're too smart for your own good. Has anyone told you ...
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Very good coming of age events. The princess discovers she is of an age to have children and now must give herself to Joffrey. Theon moves on way over his head. He chases the Stark boys with thoughts of their deaths. Catelyn may finally show the hate and emotion she has saved up for the King Killer. Jon is put in a terrible place, listening to the Wilding girl abuse his manhood. He has to hearken back to his oath to the watch. This, unfortunately, brings him into great jeopardy. Anya is becoming entertainment for her captor; he is able to speak frankly with him. She is feeling her way out, having thoughts of murder, but she is also respectful of him (to a point). Shadow people kill most of the Thirteen and the Mother of Dragons has only one goal: to get her "children" back so she can pursue her quest. There is a great deal to think about, moving into the next episode.
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