Game of Thrones: Season 4, Episode 2

The Lion and the Rose (13 Apr. 2014)

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Joffery and Margaery's wedding has come. Tyrion breaks up with Shae. Ramsay tries to prove his worth to his father. Bran and company find a Weirwood tree.

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Sansa still hasn't recovered from the death of her family and refuses to eat despite Tyrion's requests that she do so. She receives a gift from an unexpected source. It's time for the royal wedding and King Joffrey is on his worse behavior with Tyrion the object object of his dislike. He adores the sword given to him by his grandfather but uses it to chop up a book given to him by Tyrion. At the reception after the wedding ceremony, a drunken Joffrey ridicules his uncle and orders him to become his cup bearer. Tyrion does as he's told but Joffrey gets his comeuppance. Meanwhile, Lord Bolton returns home to find what his bastard son did to Theon Greyjoy. Written by garykmcd

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The episode title refers to the sigils of House Lannister (lion) and House Tyrell (rose) and the joining of these two Houses. See more »

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As Olenna Tyrell speaks to Sansa and Tyrion at the wedding reception, her right hand is resting on Sansa's shoulder as Tyrion moves to his seat. In the next shot, her hands are clasped in front of her. See more »

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[at Joffrey's wedding, Loras exchanges flirtatious gazes with Oberyn Martell. He walks backwards and bumps into Jaime]
Loras Tyrell: Ser Jaime, I'm very sorry.
Jaime Lannister: Ser Loras, it's quite all right.
[Jaime watches Margaery]
Jaime Lannister: Your sister looks very beautiful.
Loras Tyrell: As does yours.
Jaime Lannister: So... looking forward to your wedding?
[Loras pauses slightly before answering]
Loras Tyrell: Yes, very much.
Jaime Lannister: Our fathers are both rather keen on the prospect.
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The Feast and the Second Leech
12 May 2014 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In Dragonstone, Melisandre sacrifices three men that are tied to stakes and offered to the Lord of Light. Roose returns to Dreadfort and finds that Ramsey has tortured and flayed Theon and he is furious with his bastard. At King's Landing, King Joffrey humiliates Tyrion during the feast. Out of the blue, he is poisoned and the guards arrest Tyrion, accused by Cersei of poisoning Joffrey.

In "The Lion and the Rose", the cruel and despicable Joffrey has the end that he has deserved, dying after drinking poisoned wine. Tyrion certainly did not poison him, and who might have? My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "The Lion and the Rose"


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