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Cersei made some powermoves this episode. She basically got Mace Tyrell off the small council, she got Loras Tyrell arrested (which is a major shot against Margaery), and the way she talked to Tommen was pretty ridiculous. 1,567 more words
Så der er ikke rigtig noget nyt – eller er der?! Det virker ikke som om, at the Lannisters lærer af deres fejltagelser. Eller nogle af dem gør i hvert fald ikke – Cersei virker ikke, som om hun har lært noget af fortiden og sender Jamie ud på endnu en hovedløs udflugt – en udflugt han forøvrigt slet ikke tager i bogen, men sådan er der jo så meget med Game of Thrones. 249 more words
This week’s episode shows us what they meant when they said they were changing things from the books. They totally weren’t kidding about that.
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Another season of the show down, and while I am still hooked I found that this series seemed to lose some momentum through it’s course. With season 1 being ultimately gripping, and season 2 holding my attention while leaving me confused, season 3 kind of failed in this respect and I found myself not caring for many of the storylines. 980 more words
After a highly politically-fueled season premiere, Game of Thrones went back to its mysterious, frustrating, and darkly violent roots in this season’s second episode. “The House of Black and White” is not only the name of the location to which Arya (Thank the old gods and the new, she’s back!) is traveling to in Braavos, but also the title of the episode which runs as a metaphorical theme throughout the events that occur. 235 more words