Bran and company meet Jojen and Meera Reed. Arya, Gendry, and Hot Pie meet the Brotherhood. Jaime travels through the wilderness with Brienne. Sansa confesses her true feelings about Joffery to Margaery.
Bran dreams of the three-eyed raven but Osha doesn't want to hear the details. He meets Jojen Reed and his sister Meera. Bran and Jojen seem to have a great deal in common. Robb learns of the fall of Winterfell and also that Catelyn's father has died. He leads his troops to Riverrun for his grandfather's funeral and en route Catelyn tells Talisa of her desire that Jon Snow die when he was just a babe. Cersei tries to warn Joffre about Margaery's ambition but it falls on deaf ears. Brienne and Jamie continue their journey to King's Landing but run into trouble. Sansa believes that Baelish's desire to help her is because he loved her mother. Shae explains the nature of men to her. Sansa meets Margaery and her grandmother Lady Olenna and reveals her the truth about Joffre. Samwell Tarley is having trouble keeping up as what remains of the Night's Watch as they try to reach the Wall. Arya is also trying to get to Riverrun but she and her companions meet up with the Brotherhood without ... Written by
On their journey north, Bran and his companions pass Hadrian's Wall, the real-life inspiration for the Wall. See more »
When Margaery introduces Sansa to her grandmother she says "Lady Olenna, of House Tyrell", but Olenna was of House Redwyne, her husband was the Lord Tyrell at the time. See more »
When my father died, I dreamt it.
You didn't dream it, you saw it. So did I.
You have the sight, too?
When I told my father about your father, for the first time in my life, I saw him cry.
And your father is Howland Reed?
He saved my father's life during the rebellion.
Your father told you about the rebellion? Mine never did. But I saw that, too.
What else have you seen?
Only one thing that matters. You.
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Our Blades are Sharp
Written by Ramin Djawadi
Performed by Czech Film Orchestra and Choir See more »
Dark Wings, Dark Words is another great episode. My only quibble is that the pacing felt pretty uneven with a nice opening, but a bit too long ending. Everything else turned out fine. The performances and relationships continue to shine, the scenery's still gorgeous, the directing and editing is nice and sharp, the music score's still good, and the story/script is well-written.
Also, it does a great job continuing the story-arcs for the Stark family including Bran Stark who journeys with three people named Hodor, Meera, and Jojen to find the three-eyed crow. Even Arya gets a little more screen time as well and shines in her relationships with two of the slaves she befriended in Season 2.
Overall, another great episode for the third season.
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