“The Lion and the Rose” is a huge turning point in Tyrion’s story. This is true from my “I’ve read the books and I know what happens” perspective, but it’s also just entirely clear: just as killing the Mad King defined Jaime’s life, being accused of kingslaying is highly likely to define, or at least radically change, Tyrion’s. 1,367 more words
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The following post contains spoilers! Continue only if you wish to see discussion of plot points from season four of Game of Thrones.
Last week, I wrote about some of the significant themes that worked to tie “Two Swords,” the premiere episode of season four, into a cohesive whole. 1,337 more words
If you watched Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones you know that something BIG went down on it! If you haven’t, and have somehow managed to remain unspoiled this week, then you may not want to watch this — spoilers ahead! 22 more words
As much as I love “F*CK YEAH PIE” there is something so eloquently simple and brilliant about “Out of Context Joffrey” that it’s my favorite lulz coming out of The Purple Wedding… 80 more words
Personally I think Joffrey got a bad rap from the word go. Kid was just trying to be the best king he could be with what he was working with. 75 more words