Jaime entrusts a task to Brienne. Daenerys frees Meereen. Jon is given permission to lead a group of Night's Watchmen to Craster's Keep. Bran and company are taken hostage.



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Daenerys easily conquers Meereen and shows just what she's prepared to do to those who defy her. Bronn tells Jaime he is certain Tyrion had nothing to do with Joffrey's death. He visits his brother in his cell and comes away believing the same, but Cersei won't even discuss the possibility with him. Jaime asks Brienne to find Sansa and gives her his new sword, which she names Oathkeeper. Olenna counsels Margaery as to the next steps needed for her to remain Queen. At Castle Black, Jon Snow receives permission to take volunteers 60 miles north to stop their former members who rebelled from talking to Mance Rayder's army. Bran is taken prisoner by Karl Tanner and the mutineers who have taken over Craster's Keep. The identity of Joffrey's killers is revealed. Written by garykmcd

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27 April 2014 (USA)  »

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£7,000,000 (estimated)

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The title of the episode refers to Oathkeeper, the sword that Tywin Lannister had made in the opening of the episode "Two Swords", which Jaime gifts to Brienne. Jaime gives it to her it was forged from Eddard Stark's Valyrian steel sword Ice and Jaime feels it is suitable to help Brienne in her quest to find Stark's daughters Sansa and Arya. See more »


In the scene where Brienne and Jaime are say their farewells, the camera pans out to reveal Jaime wearing his sword on his left side. For accurate efficiency of unsheathing a sword, it should be worn on his right side since he now uses his left hand for sword fighting. See more »


[Jaime is visiting Tyrion in his cell]
Jaime Lannister: To tell you the truth, this isn't so bad. Four walls. A pot to piss in. I was chained to a wooden post, covered in my own shit, for months.
Tyrion Lannister: Is that supposed to make me feel better?
Jaime Lannister: Maybe a bit.
Jaime Lannister: I'm sorry I didn't come sooner.
Tyrion Lannister: It's complicated, yes. So how is our sister?
Tyrion Lannister: How do you think? Her son died in her arms.
Tyrion Lannister: "Her" son?
Jaime Lannister: [quietly] Don't.
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Tyrion's Battle
6 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So much going on. Jaime comes to visit Tyrion who is falsely imprisoned in a dungeon, living in filth. Cersei has accused him of Joffrey's murder, but it must be hard for even she to logically think he is guilty. She hates him for his truthfulness and his smugness. He also knows about her incestuous trysts with her brother. She has gone into protective mode for her remaining son, feeling he may also be in danger. He gets a nocturnal visit from Margery who plays on his adolescent being. He is not like his brother, at least at this point, but he has to know that Grandpa is pulling the strings. Meanwhile, Dany and the gang finally arrive at the Meereen fortress and her forces sneak in and gain the trust and aid of the slaves. Those who crucified slave children pay a price for their evil as well. Brienne is enlisted to find and save Sansa. There are numerous other things going on including a group of cannibals joining forces with the Wildings, doing horrible things to people just for their own evil purposes. Once again they have set up a wonderful set of questions that need answering in upcoming episodes.

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