Having demanded a trial by combat, Tyrion must now find someone to fight for him. Jaime would gladly do it but admits that he cannot wield a sword effectively with his left hand. Bronn, who has fought for him once before, has accepted the Queen Regent's offer of an arranged marriage with a noblewoman and so is not available. Tyrion finds a champion in someone unexpected. Brienne and Pod stop at an inn and meet Arya's old friend, Hotpie, who tells them she's alive and probably heading to the Eyrie. Daenerys takes Daario into her bed but seeks advice on ruling from her most trusted source. At the Eyrie, Peter Baelish has shocking news for both Sansa and his wife Lysa.Written by
The dialogue between Arya, the Hound and the dying farmer is a reference to the play "Waiting for Godot". Actor Barry McGovern, who plays the dying farmer, has appeared in several stage productions of the play, as well as in its 2001 film adaptation Waiting for Godot (2001). See more »
Bronn reminds Tyrion the deal they made long ago in Game of Thrones: The Pointy End: "You once said if anyone ever asked me to sell you out, you'd double their price". Actually, what Tyrion said was "if the day ever comes when you're tempted to sell me out, remember this: whatever their price, I'll beat it". He did not offer to double the price. See more »
I made a deal for you to keep your ungrateful head on your ungrateful neck a little while longer.
I'm sorry, what am I grateful for? The opportunity to live and die at the wall as punishment for a crime I did not commit?
You threw your life away. You threw it away! It's not a joke. You understand that, don't you?
Of course it's a joke, just not a very funny one. I couldn't... I couldn't listen to her, standing there, telling her lies. I couldn't do it!
You fell in love with a whore.
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