Jorah Mormont sets sail alongside his prisoner, Tyrion. Cersei makes a move against the Tyrells. Jaime and Bronn sneak into Dorne. Ellaria and the Sand Snakes make their plans. Melisandre tempts Jon. The Harpies attack.
Jorah Mormont steals a boat to navigate with his captive, Tyrion. Aboard a merchant ship, Jaime and Bronn sail to Dorne to rescue Myrcella. The Iron Bank is charging their loan and Cersei sends a representative of the Small Council to negotiate with the bankers. She then has a meeting with the High Sparrow and gives an army and power to his followers to neutralize the capital's sinners, including the patrons of Littlefinger's brothel, and Ser Loras Tyrell, the brother of Margaery. Tommen and his Kingsguard are stared down by the Faith Militant, and the king refuses to fight his way to the Tyrell knight. The disappointed Margaery leaves his side to stay with her family. Stannis Baratheon plans to head to Winterfell before the snow. Jon Snow is summoning nobles to help the Night's Watch with men and supplies and he has a dilemma with the name of the Bolton family. Melisandre tries to seduce Jon Snow, but he resists the temptation and does not break his vows. Shireen, restless at Castle ...Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
In the books, the Faith Militant do not carve the seven pointed stars onto their foreheads. It was sufficient for them to paint the star on their brows or sew a badge of it to their clothes. Only the zealous among them carved the star into their chests, not foreheads. See more »
There are too many members of the Kingsguard: they are supposed to be seven at most. Jaime is in Dorne; Cersei sent Meryn Trant to escort Mace Tyrell to Braavos; Myrcella was sent away to Dorne with Arys Oakheart. Yet when Tommen tries to visit the High Sparrow, there are five Kingsguard members with him - plus Jaime, Meryn, and Arys make eight, not seven. See more »
You set your brother free, didn't you? I'll bet your sister didn't like that.
Varys set him free.
Well, if you ever see the wee fucker, give him my regards.
He murdered my father. If I ever see him, I'll split him in two. And then I'll give him your regards.
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That was a classic episode with the one sided fight at the start, the lovely tall elegant Sansa Stark scene in the middle (God to think she has to hook up with you know who) and the internecine fight at the end with the tolling bell to great effect. It was brilliant. I watched this series at the start, got a bit browned off with the some of gratuitous sex scenes and the demise of so many of the Starks and the burgeoning careers of the Lanisters, so I failed to watch some of the middle series episodes. Now look at Jaime Lannister he's semi reformed character. I thought it was predictable but now I find this fifth season to be a return to form!
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