"Game of Thrones: The Prince of Winterfell (#2.8)"
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"Game of Thrones" The Prince of Winterfell (2012)

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39:46 - 40:53 Robb Stark has sex with a woman who ends up becoming his wife They kiss passionately before undressing and proceeding to have sex on the floor. This scene is more romantic than pornographic, however there is breast and rear nudity.

A woman tells her younger brother how she wanted to strangle him when he was a child.

We see several headed men in a scene.

A woman is seen having bruises and scrapes on her face.

Several dead men are seen, but we only see a bit of blood on their faces.

The burned bodies of two young children are seen.

Death threats are made at a lot of occasions throughout the episode.

The c-word is said six times and the f-word is said two times. Other stronger profanity includes c-ck and b-tch uttered once, sh-t thrice, and wh-re five times. 'Balls' and 'worm' are used as a euphemism for genitalia and the word 'bastard' is used four times in the meaning of 'bastard son'. There's also some other name-calling and sexual references.

People are drinking wine in several scenes.

Suggested MPAA Rating: R for strong language, sexual content, and some violence

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