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And Now His Watch Is Ended 

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Jaime mopes over his lost hand. Cersei is growing uncomfortable with the Tyrells. The Night's Watch is growing impatient with Craster. Daenerys buys the Unsullied.



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Catelyn Stark
Bran Stark


In King's Landing, Tyrion seeks out Varys' advice on getting revenge against those who tried to kill him. He learns the Varys' approach is to go slow. Cersei is troubled that Margaery has Joffrey wrapped around her little finger. Her father won't take her advice and tells her why. Varys approaches Margaery's mother to discuss matters of mutual interest. North of the Wall, some of the Night's Watch are on the brink of rebellion. Jaime is continually humiliated by his captors but Brienne has words of encouragement for him. Arya reaches the main group of the Brotherhood without Banners and Sandor Clegane learns his fate. Written by garykmcd

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21 April 2013 (USA)  »

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£4,000,000 (estimated)
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The episode title "And now his watch is ended" is a phrase commonly used at the end of the eulogy in a funeral for a member of the Night's Watch. See more »


After the slave masters are burnt, there's an overhead shot of all the Unsullied which are mentioned to be 8,000. But in each of the group there are 160 Unsullied. 47 such groups are clearly shown. Total groups should be 60 in total according to the formation of groups, and later when the groups march out of that place it's countable to 60. So actually there were 9,600 Unsullied shown. See more »


[Grenn and Eddison are digging a latrine at Craster's Keep]
Grenn: When people talk about the Night's Watch, they never mention the shoveling.
Eddison Tollett: Or the shit.
Grenn: They tell you about honor, pardoning crimes, and protecting the realm, but shoveling really is most of it.
Eddison Tollett: And getting attacked, or killed, or worse.
Grenn: And that. But when you're not getting attacked or killed, usually you're shoveling.
Eddison Tollett: [glumly] Ah, look. More shit. I was starting to wonder what to do with the rest of me day.
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Referenced in Game of Thrones: Beyond the Wall (2017) See more »


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Written and Performed by Ramin Djawadi
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By far the best episode in the entire season!

And Now His Watch Is Ended is by far the best episode in the entire season, but it's not the only one (I'll get to the last two episodes of Season 3 later). The pacing's much tighter, the story/script is still well-written, the performances are still solid, the relationships still shine, the directing and editing is still nice, and the scenery's still gorgeous.

There are no problems I have with this episode because after three great episodes for Season 3, this is really starting out even more fresher than I thought. So, overall, the best episode in the entire season and does a great job continuing the story lines so neatly.

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