Robb's army is falling apart. Jaime reveals a story, to Brienne, that he has never told anyone. Jon breaks his vows. The Hound is granted his freedom. The Lannisters hatch a new plan.



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Brienne and Jaime are delivered to Lord Bolton where Jaime has his wounds treated. He tells Brienne about the events leading up to killing the King and acquiring the name Kingslayer. Sandor Clegane engages in mortal combat but succeeds in gaining his freedom much to Arya's annoyance. At King's Landing, Cersei begins plotting against the Tyrells and seeks Baelish's assistance. Tyrion discusses the cost of the upcoming wedding with Lady Olenna and she agrees to pay half the cost. Tywin Lannister has become aware of the Tyrells plans to have Sansa Stark marry Ser Loras Tyrell but he has his own idea as to who she should marry. Robb has to deal with the murderers of Tywin Lannisters young nephews including Lord Rickard Karstark whom he executes against the advice of those around him. Daenerys' army is on the move. North of the wall, Jon and Ygritte become lovers. Written by garykmcd

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28 April 2013 (USA)  »

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£4,000,000 (estimated)

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Did You Know?


The episode title "Kissed by fire" is a phrase used by the Wildlings to describe red-haired people (like Ygritte). Since red hair is rare among the Wildlings, they consider it as a sign for good luck. See more »


(at around 44 mins) When Jorah Mormont and Barristan Selmy are riding their horses, watch how the sun appears to change position, in front of them when Barristan is speaking and behind them when Jorah speaks. See more »


Jaime Lannister: There it is. There's the look. I've seen it for 17 years on face after face. You all despise me. Kingslayer. Oathbreaker. A man without honor. You've heard of wildfire?
Brienne of Tarth: Of course.
Jaime Lannister: The Mad King was obsessed with it. He loved to watch people burn, the way their skin blackened and blistered and melted off their bones. He burned lords he didn't like. He burned Hands who disobeyed him. He burned anyone who was against him. Before long, half the country was against him. Aerys saw traitors everywhere....
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Referenced in Game of Thrones: No One (2016) See more »


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Here Come the Brides, etc........
23 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a lot to absorb. Jaime's actions as a "king killer" are finally revealed. During a time in a bath, talking to Brienne, he reveals that what he did was actually noble, but that Stark had no interest in hearing his side of the story. He is a complex, multi-dimensional character. There is another supernatural element at work here, as well (for me, the less magic and non-earthly things, the better) with the revivification of the leader of the no banners group and the Hound. John Snow is finally seduced and it turns out that he is quite a lover. He is now fully embraced in his new life with his new people. The most intriguing plot development has to do with Tyrion and Cersei, who are now to be used as pawns to join certain factions in the war, and to squelch the efforts of one group to create a marriage of convenience politically. This sets up a whole raft of possibilities. Meanwhile, Dany has made all her new soldiers free men, and, in the process, attained great loyalty from them. They will be great fighters because they are like automatons. I'm looking forward to the next installment.

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