Arya says goodbye to Hot Pie. (I sincerely hope never to hear the phrase "he burned my parts in a brazier" again.) Also: He more or less promised to cut Joffrey down to size, which is something I think we'd all like to see. Your favorites, all in one place. This was a great episode all around for Varys, who is growing on me (like a non-existent ... never mind). "I have no doubt the revenge you want will be yours in time," he concludes, "if you have the stomach for it.". The rangers of the Night's Watch, by contrast, are starving for retribution -- and the fact that there's sawdust in the bread isn't helping. I also expect the ensuing battle to be highly enjoyable. "Game of Thrones" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. For the record, I still think The Hound and Arya will team up. To take revenge." 'Game Of Thrones' Recap, Season 3, Episode 4: Vengeance Is Everybody's, Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 3, Episode 4 of HBO's ". Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 3, Episode 4 of HBO's "Game of Thrones," titled "And Now His Watch Has Ended. I'm just glad Samwell Tarly had the presence of mind to find his lady friend and her newborn son and spirit them away from the mayhem. Disney + Pixar + Marvel + Star Wars + Nat Geo, Stream on up to 4 devices at the same time. Watch Game of Thrones season 3 episode 4 online. But he would see this country burn if he could be king of the ashes." Tyrion Lannister wants revenge on whoever tried to have him killed. The complete guide by MSN. Lord Jeor Mormont seemed like a decent enough fellow, but his willingness to look the other way as Craster impregnated his countless daughters and sacrificed his 99 sons to the Others will probably help the guy who rammed a sword through his back sleep at night. Today is National Voter Registration Day! She's right: cutting off the guy's hand for no reason is one thing, but making him drink horse piss -- that's entirely uncalled-for! Martin. Krasnys seemed to know the jig was up when Khaleesi revealed that she not only comprehends Valyrian, but grew up speaking it. T-shirt, please! But then I decided it was much more fun to watch the pretty pictures of justified bedlam. And I loved the way Tywin slapped down her newfound feminism by remarking, "I don't distrust you because you're a woman. You need to live. Here's hoping they make it to the Wall before the White Walkers find them. A daughter-fucking, wildling bastard." I distrust you because you're not as smart as you think you are." I enjoy watching Margaery play Joffrey like a warped violin, and I enjoy the pain it causes Cersei. Part of HuffPost Entertainment. It started with "a spider in the garden" and got better from there. Sign up for membership to become a founding member and help shape HuffPost's next chapter. Plot points aside, has there ever been a better-written scene of dialogue than the one between Varys and Olenna? Dany exchanges a chain for a whip. They're so hungry that the funeral pyre for their fallen comrade smells like Thanksgiving, and the insane ravings of their host (honestly, incest may be the least annoying thing about this guy) finally spark a mutiny. He wants Varys to give him proof that it was Cersei, then complains that he doesn't have enough "influence" to do anything about it anyway. Varys responds by telling the utterly spooky story of how, as a boy, he was neutered by a kinky sorcerer. I made a choice, and I chose wrong." Click here and start watching the full episode in seconds. I spent about five seconds wondering how the Unsullied managed to distinguish between the people they were supposed to kill and Daenerys' friends, and another five asking myself how it's possible that not one of these 8,000 men was like, "You guys have fun -- I'm gonna spend the rest of my life doing watercolors and working on my suntan." And then there was the very best reprisal of all: the one where Daenerys Targaryen sicced her dragon on the foul-mouthed slaver Krasnys and ordered her army of eunuchs to kill their erstwhile overseers. This strikes me as unwise, but maybe the Brotherhood's chieftain Beric Dondarrion has some special fighting skill that will make up for what appears to be a 16-inch height disadvantage. to put her anti-Margaery campaign into overdrive. ET on HBO. "What happens when the nonexistent bumps into the decrepit?" If so, I wonder if he'll share the news that Bran and Rickon are alive with Robb and Catelyn. I wouldn't wear this on a shirt, but I might put it on my refrigerator. Somebody give these two a spinoff! And now you're paying the price. "You're a bastard. The solution is obvious to Varys and Olenna both: Sansa must marry Margaery's brother, Loras. I did feel a speck of sympathy for Theon when he said, "My real father lost his head at King's Landing. ", But Muhammad Ali spoke for the characters of "Game of Thrones" when he said, "You kill my dog, you better hide your cat.". Varys meets his better. "Prodigies appear in the oddest of places." Seasons and episodes availability varies between streaming services and are catered to CA users. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links on this page. As the three dragons soared above the plain where Daenerys' army marched, one thing was clear: these Starks, Lannisters and Baratheons have no idea what's about to hit them. ", Gandhi said, "An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind. Sorry, sucker: Dragons aren't slaves, and this one just torched your ass. Turns out his mysterious companion practices a very pro-active form of sadism, which I can only imagine is revenge for something or other. I may have jumped out of my seat at this moment and applauded. Varys' line about Podrick, coupled with this show's persistent fascination with gender-role reversals, made me think King's Landing could soon play host to its own Magic Mike. "I don't think I've ever seen a man drink horse piss that fast." We made it easy for you to exercise your right to vote! Tywin names Tyrion the new Master of Coin. ©2020 Verizon Media. 04/21/2013 09:55 pm ET Updated Jun 21, 2013 Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 3, Episode 4 of HBO's "Game of Thrones," titled "And Now His Watch Has Ended." Then, he reveals that the giant wooden box he's been busy prying open contains the old monster. The Night's Watch takes stock. The very first image was Jaime Lannister's severed hand, hanging from his own neck. The Brotherhood Without Banners doesn't feel right executing Sandor "The Hound" Clegane without solid proof that he's at least killed some children or something, so they sentence him to trial by combat. The precise number may change, but I think there are a lot of people in the world's power centers -- D.C., New York and beyond -- who really believe this to be true, and they're all as sickeningly out of touch as Cersei is. David Benioff, D. B. Weiss, George R.R. The Night's Watch returns to Craster's. Maybe he's a Stark loyalist? Some people's appetite for vengeance is more ravenous than others. 'Game Of Thrones' Recap, Season 3, Episode 4: Vengeance Is Everybody's. Speaking of gender-role reversals, I liked the way Olenna Tyrell got Cersei thinking about what a "ridiculous arrangement" patriarchy is. After his left-handed escape attempt fails, he's ready to give up, but Brienne tells him, "You can't die. This reminds me of Mark Halperin's old theory about how a Gang of 500 influencers actually drives the national political conversation. "There aren't more than 700 people of any importance." I'm afraid I wasn't too surprised when Theon Greyjoy found himself back on the X-shaped cross, mainly since a bunch of you hinted in the comments last week that something like this would happen. You really, truly did, you stupid jerk. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. That said, I expect Cersei ("you mean the Queen Regent?") All rights reserved. A few weeks back, I was wondering what Littlefinger wanted with Sansa Stark, and now we have the answer: a queen who could make him King of the North. Robb and Catelyn arrive at Riverrun for Lord Hoster Tully's funeral. 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