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The Red Woman 

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The fate of Jon Snow is revealed. Daenerys is brought before Khal Moro. Tyrion gets used to living in Meereen. Ramsay sends his dogs after Theon and Sansa. Ellaria and the Sand Snakes make their move. Cersei mourns for Myrcella.

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... Tyrion Lannister
... Jaime Lannister
... Cersei Lannister
... Daenerys Targaryen
... Jon Snow
... Davos Seaworth
... Melisandre (as Carice Van Houten)
... Margaery Tyrell
... Ellaria Sand
... Sansa Stark
... Arya Stark
... Lord Varys
... Theon Greyjoy
... Brienne of Tarth
... High Sparrow
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The fate of Jon Snow is revealed. Sansa and Theon flee the Boltons. Jaime and Cersei reunite in King's Landing. The High Sparrow continues to grow in power. The Sand Snakes make a daring move. Tyrion takes his first steps in ruling Meereen. Daario and Jorah pursue the Mother of Dragons. Daenerys is brought before the Dothraki. Written by Tyler Mathews

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In the books, there are no Red Priests in Meereen. See more »

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The graffiti on the walls of Meereen is written in the Common Tongue of Westeros, despite the fact the Meereenese speak Valyrian. See more »

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Daario Naharis: Isn't it frustrating wanting someone who doesn't want you back?
Jorah Mormont: Of course it is.
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References Conan the Barbarian (1982) See more »

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Lord of Light
(Game of Thrones End Credits Theme)
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Written by Ramin Djawadi
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Moving Toward a Center
25 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

I'm fascinated by people who expect every episode to be full of fights and encounters. Remember, when all is said and done, this is a single story. Lord of the Rings had to have "The Two Towers" to get to the ending. We have several key figures moving into new directions with all moving toward an unspecified center. We know for sure that Theon is regaining his humanity, acting heroically. Sansa is with him and alive and a pawn in the game, but necessary. Cersei is back at the castle. We are still in the dark about how much power she has. How have these religious fanatics affected the empire. The new queen is in the dungeon, being asked to confess. Dany finds herself in the hands of a warrior society similar to the one she left when becoming mother of dragons. The princess returns to the castle with Jaime, dead. And back home the evil women have formed a coup and murdered the bridegroom and his father. Arya is totally blind and is beaten with a wooden rod and asked to defend herself. I'm sure her role will come into focus again. And, of course, Brienne and Pod come to the rescue of the escapees and they swear their allegiance to Sansa once again. She now has purpose again and is a worthy foe to anyone. I, myself, am not even slightly disappointed with the setup. Have some patience, people.


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