Game of Thrones: Season 4, Episode 7

Mockingbird (18 May 2014)

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Tyrion tries to find a champion. Daenerys sleeps with Daario. The Hound becomes wounded. Jon's advice is ignored at Castle Black. Brienne and Podrick receive a tip on Arya's whereabouts.

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Tyrion and Jaime have a long conversation in the dungeons about Tyrion's fate and Jaime explains that he cannot be his champion since he is not a good fighter with the left hand. Tyrion asks Jaime to bring Bronn to talk to him. Bronn visits Tyrion and also declines to be his champion. He explains that Cercei has chosen the dangerous The Mountain to be her champion and bribed him, offering a noble woman to marry him. Out of the blue, Oberyn Martell visits Tyrion and surprisingly offers to be his champion. Daenerys spends the night with Daario and in the morning, Jorah stumbles with Daario living her room. Daenerys explains that asked him to go to Yunkai to kill the masters to control the city, but Jorah convinces her to bring justice without execution. Arya kills Rorge at a house burnt to the ground and gets closer to The Hound. Brienne and Pod dine at an inn where Hot Pie works and then he tells that Arya is alive with The Hound. Jon Snows unsuccessfully tries to convince the Night's ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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It is mentioned for the second time how Sandor "the Hound" Clegane's face were burnt. Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish tells it first in "Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things". See more »

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Oberyn Martell claims that Gregor Clegane killed his sister's children, although it is well known that Gregor killed baby Aegon while Amory Lorch killed his sister Rhaenys. See more »

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[Tyrion and Bronn talk about Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane]
Tyrion Lannister: Does he frighten you so much?
Bronn: I'd be a bloody fool if he didn't frighten me. He's freakish big and freakish strong. And quicker than you'd expect for a man of that size. Maybe I could take him, dance around until he's so tired of hacking at me, he dropped his sword, get him off his feet somehow. But one misstep...
[Bronn snaps his fingers]
Bronn: ...and I'm dead.
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Very Good, the final 3 episodes should be one wild ride.
19 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very good episode which features some great dialogue exchanges and really grabs and holds your interest for the duration of the episode. Along with the previous episode, major decisions and events were set into motion and we will see the results in the final three episodes. Game of thrones never really has simple transitional or filler episodes, and this definitely is not either. Two of my favorite characters are heavily featured in this episode. The first sees an opportunity to try and right some of the wrongs of his past and makes complete sense looking back on everything this season and I'm sure many even saw this coming. The other, probably the most devious mastermind of them all (in my opinion), is constantly manipulating everything and everyone around him for his own personal current and future advancement. Nothing is ever as it seems with this character, and the only thing you can predict with him is that he will make himself better off. By the end of this episode you will may become a little angry due to the fact that you have to wait a week until the next episode. I for one cannot wait to watch these next three episodes play out, it should be one wild ride!


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