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
I must say I am a little bit biased towards this show. It is because I have read the books and I love them. Therefore in my fanboy-mindset I will praise this show too much. But in my honest opinion I believe that this genre not yet thoroughly explored is one of the most emotionally thrilling thing I have ever seen. This show may not be to everyone's taste but for those that know what they want it is the best thing that has happened to them. To those of us that have read the books this episode was one that many had been waiting to see how it 'll be executed and I must say I am thoroughly pleased. Never before have I been so excited as to scream at the screen ''EPIC EPIC EPIC'' and to have goosebumps!Combining superb acting skills that make you love some characters and completely despise others. This show is full of intricate schemes and epic moments that will take you on an emotional roller-coaster that you will never forget. And I must praise(kudos) the writers for executing it as well as it is written in the books. To cut things short I recommend watching this show! LET THE EPIC FLOW THROUGH YOU.
I highly recommend this show and rate it at 10/10.
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