The white walkers reach Meera and Bran but they are saved in the last minute by a mysterious black rider who turns out to be Benjen Stark. Sam and Gilly arrive at Horn Hill, where Sam introduces Gilly and Crastor's son to his family. Defending Sam, Gilly confesses that she is a wildling, which is appalling to Randyll. Nevertheless, Randyll accepts the baby into his home. However, Sam changes his mind in the last moment and decides to take Gilly, the baby as well as the Valyrian sword of his father with him and leave his home for good. King Tommen is allowed to see Queen Margery. Instead of killing the actress playing Cersei by poisoning her, Arya recovers her Needle and makes different plans. Jaime and the Tyrell army march into King's Landing, trying to stop Margery's planned walk of shame but the High Sparrow already thought this event through, making sure he will succeed in the end by manipulating King Tommen to take his side. As a result, Tommen fires his father from his job as ...
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In the books, Lord Walder Frey does not wed a ninth wife. Catelyn killed his dim-witted grandson Aegon (aka Jinglebell), not his eighth wife. See more
The physical appearance of Aerys "the Mad King" Targaryen in the flashback scene heavily contradicts all other representations of him made by both the TV series and the novels, particularly that he is clean-shaven: his madness increased so much that he was too paranoid to allow any blades in his presence, thus did not cut his hair, beard and fingernails for years. By the time of Robert's Rebellion, Aerys' matted hair was so long that it hung below his waist, his uncut nails several inches long. See more
I'm not angry at you. I'm angry that horrible people can treat good people that way and get away with it.
Written and Performed by Ramin Djawadi See more