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Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken 

Arya is put to the test. Tyrion and Jorah are captured by slavers. Loras Tyrell is judged by the Sparrows. Jaime and Bronn face the Sand Snakes. Sansa marries Ramsay Bolton.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Tyrion Lannister
... Jaime Lannister
... Cersei Lannister
... Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish
... Margaery Tyrell
... Ellaria Sand
... Arya Stark
... Sansa Stark
... Bronn
... Theon Greyjoy
... Roose Bolton
... Ramsay Bolton
... Jaqen H'ghar
... Tommen Baratheon
... Jorah Mormont


Arya is tested by Jaqen H'ghar in the House of Black and White and he tells that she is ready to become someone else. Tyrion and Jorah have a conversation about Daenerys and Jorah's father and how he was murdered by his own men; out of the blue, they are captured by pirates and turned into slaves. Little Finger stumbles with Lancel in King's Landing and has a meeting with Cersei and he plots against Stannis Baratheon and the Bolton. Jamie and Bronn are riding in Dornes and they meet Myrcella; however they need to fight against the Sand Snakes. Lady Olenna meets with Cersei to discuss the future of Loras Tyrell. He is judged by the High Sparrow and Margaery Tyrell is involved and arrested with her brother to a formal trial. Sansa marries Ramsay Bolton and he humiliates her. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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17 May 2015 (USA)  »


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£6,000,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


This episode's title comes from the words of House Martell. This is the third episode overall to take its title from the words of a noble house, following Game of Thrones: Winter Is Coming (2011) (House Stark) and Game of Thrones: Fire and Blood (2011) (House Targaryen). See more »


In a shot from behind Lancel Lannister, showing him speaking to Petyr Baelish, his mouth is clearly speaking many words emphatically, but no sound comes out. See more »


[Bronn watches Myrcella and Trystane kissing]
Bronn: Well, she's made herself at home.
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Referenced in Game of Thrones: Beyond the Wall (2017) See more »


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Written and Performed by Ramin Djawadi
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Superb Storytelling
7 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

This episode is near the top of my list. We have several issues in motion. The biggest fact is that there is no invulnerability among any characters. Tyrion is no at the mercy of slave traders and Jorah is infected. Both are in about as tenuous situation as there can be. Cersei has embraced the Sparrows and has taken on Margery full force, having her cast into prison. She is still ruling the kingdom and Tommen is just a little boy, hopelessly out of his league. Theon still has a bit of nobility in him (though he always was a coward) and may have been pushed to the brink. Sansa has been given to Ramsay and he is doing what he always does. He is a delightfully awful character whom we grow to hate with each passing minute. Then there is the princess who has embraced her new life in a far off land and has fallen in love with a suitor. She is going to be hard to rescue, since her saviors are now captured and she is so resistant to being rescued. With Circei back home, one can only imagine. Also, Littlefinger has made a packed with the evil queen mother for his own gain. She is putting a lot of eggs in his basket. The closing scene is terrifying, but only because of the buildup. So many have suffered throughout this story, so Sansa is not going to walk through everything unscathed. Can't wait for the next episode.

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