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Mhysa 

Bran and company travel beyond the Wall. Sam returns to Castle Black. Jon says goodbye to Ygritte. Jaime returns to King's Landing. The Night's Watch asks for help from Stannis.

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The news of the red wedding has reached King's Landing and Tywin Lannister calls a meeting of the small council. Joffery rejoices at the news but no one supports his plan to present Sansa with Robb's head at his wedding to Margaery. Arya flees the Twins with Sandor Clegane as her protector but not before she sees what they've done to Robb. She exacts a modicum of revenge. Ygritte catches up with Jon Snow but he survives the encounter making it to Castle Black as do Sam and Gilly. Bran makes it through the wall and into the unknown lands. Jaime and Brienne arrive in King's Landing.At Yunkai, Daenerys awaits the reaction of the thousands of slaves who are now free. Written by garykmcd

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9 June 2013 (USA)  »

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Tyrion warns his father "The northerners will never forget [the Red Wedding]". This is the first time on the show that the saying "the North remembers" is spoken on-screen, though not in its exact words. See more »

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(at around 40 mins) When Tyrion is having a conversation with his sister, the way he holds his wine glass changes repeatedly between shots. See more »

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[Tyrion reads Lord Frey's letter aloud]
Tyrion Lannister: "Roslin caught a fine fat trout. Her brothers gave her a pair of wolf pelts for her wedding. Signed Walder Frey." Is that bad poetry, or is it supposed to mean something?
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Referenced in Game of Thrones: Beyond the Wall (2017) See more »

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Mhysa
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Written by Ramin Djawadi
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The Dragons and the Ants
26 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

So much to think about. I had wondered about Theon for an episode or so. He is in the hands of that sadist and worse and worse things are happening to him. This is hard to watch. For all his failings, this unending torture is a bit over the top. Sending his male parts to his father is about as vicious as anything imaginable. Tyrion continues to bate Joffrey and is taking some mighty chances, banking on his father needing him to complete his task. During all this we must ask ourselves if uniting these forces is even within the real of possibility. Danys is out there accumulating bodies to fight for her. She has become a liberator and is now the darling of the masses she is freeing. She has never lifted a finger to fight and yet has the charisma and power to make things happen. There is also that conflict that love puts in the way that is unresolved. Theon's sister has made a vow to bring him home, even though his father won't do a thing. She is going to recruit fifty of the most ruthless killers and head off to free him and her resolve has been very impressive. We also have the sorceress who worships the fire gods actually accepting expediency over personal gratification (who knows, maybe she has had this all along). Then there are are the wanderers. The Stark boys. John Snow. Shot full of arrows and reuniting with Sam. And what about Jaime. He finally appears in the chamber of his sister/lover. He is missing a hand and looks beaten. What is going to happen to him? Great writing, setting up more and more possibilities. Before seeing this and looking at Episode Nine, I thought that the future was so stacked, but there are limitless possibilities. Very nice wrap to the third season.


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