One of my favorite shows. It's the only show on that I make sure I'm home to watch "live".
I have been wating for this episode for a long time, and goddamn it was worth it. Seeing Joffrey's blue face: happiness. It would've been nice if they kept his final moments alive true to the book...but I guess some people might find a child tearing their throat to pieces a bit disturbing.
Have you read any of the books?
I was in shock. I had a feeling something big was going to happen when I heard the Rains of Castamere being played yet again at a wedding....Finally got rid of Joffrey. Who do you think did it?
I think at this point, Bran's role is this is in the early stages of development. there is not a lot of action surrounding him, it seems it is setting up for him to eventually unite the North under Stark rule yet again.That's why I asked if anyone read the books. If anyone is up to it we can start a new thread for that. I'll still engage here, just won't go into anything that hasn't happened yet or been introduced in the show.
I'll also point out that the show deviates from the book in many places so my speculation is pure speculation and nothing from the books.
I feel like I'm the only one who really enjoys the Bran storyline. I'm excited to see how the develop his connection to the three-eyed crow and the weirwood.
F#ck Ramsay Bolton. I hate that scumbag more than our dearly departed king. Theon/Reek is one of the most tragic characters in the series. Everything that happened to him happened because he was unlucky enough to be born. I hope he gets his revenge.
I like the first theory best. But then again, Cersei should have intervened when she realized it has gone wrong. Also, I think that plot would be too careless for her. I mean, anybody can drink any cup of wine, she knows that.I have a few ideas.
Either Cersei tried to poison Tyrion and in turn Geoffrey got it... The reason being Geoffrey ended up drinking the wine that was in front of Tyrion when Geoffrey needed a refill.
Or Dontos poisoned the pie to kill anyone that ate it.
Or the Lanisters poisoned it to kill Geoffrey as he was clearly become a mad king himself and they knew it wouldn't be long before he started turning on his family (as he was ridiculing Jamie).
We'll find out the real answer soon enough.
The end of episode 401 had some great ones with The Hound.Rewatching the episode now.
Tyrion to Jamie
"Have some of the boar. It's a favorite of Cersie's since one killed Robert for her"
Hahahaha I'm rewatching with subtitles in case I missed anything.
Oooooh, thats a bingo. If we narrow it down to women there are still so many possibilities... Cersei on purpose or by accident, or Sansa, or Shae, or who knows maybe the Dornish like poison as much as they like adultery.Going back to season 1 there was a conversation between Ned Stark and Grand Maester Pycell when Ned found out how Jon Aryyn died. Pycell told him about the poison and stated that, "Poison was a women's weapon"