History Recap / GameOfThronesS1E7YouWinOrYouDie

23rd Aug '16 5:10:19 AM Andika95
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Near '''Vaes Dothrak''', Daenerys and Ser Jorah have the poisoner tied up for Khal Drogo's inspection. To the khal's credit, his first concern is for his wife, whom he embraces tenderly which makes Jorah the Andal [[GreenEyedMonster uncomfortable]]. After that, it is to rewardfor his leal service. Drogo then pledges a gift to his unborn son, the Stallion who will Mount the World: "the iron chair his mother's father sat upon." His khalasar sets out the next day. To quote the book: "The wineseller hurried behind them, naked, on foot, chained at throat and wrists. His chains were fastened to the halter of Dany's silver. As she rode, he ran after her, barefoot and stumbling. No harm would come to him . . . so long as he kept up."

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Near '''Vaes Dothrak''', Daenerys and Ser Jorah have the poisoner tied up for Khal Drogo's inspection. To the khal's credit, his first concern is for his wife, whom wife; he embraces her tenderly which makes Jorah the Andal [[GreenEyedMonster feel uncomfortable]]. After that, it is to rewardfor his leal service. Drogo then pledges a gift to his unborn son, the Stallion who will Mount the World: "the iron chair his mother's father sat upon." His khalasar sets out the next day. To quote the book: "The wineseller hurried behind them, naked, on foot, chained at throat and wrists. His chains were fastened to the halter of Dany's silver. As she rode, he ran after her, barefoot and stumbling. No harm would come to him . . . so long as he kept up."
23rd Aug '16 5:08:13 AM Andika95
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Near '''Vaes Dothrak''', Daenerys and Ser Jorah have the poisoner tied up for Khal Drogo's inspection. To the khal's credit, his first concern is for his wife, whom he embraces tenderly; after that, it is to reward Jorah the Andal for his leal service. Drogo then pledges a gift to his unborn son, the Stallion who will Mount the World: "the iron chair his mother's father sat upon." His khalasar sets out the next day. To quote the book: "The wineseller hurried behind them, naked, on foot, chained at throat and wrists. His chains were fastened to the halter of Dany's silver. As she rode, he ran after her, barefoot and stumbling. No harm would come to him . . . so long as he kept up."

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Near '''Vaes Dothrak''', Daenerys and Ser Jorah have the poisoner tied up for Khal Drogo's inspection. To the khal's credit, his first concern is for his wife, whom he embraces tenderly; after that, it is to reward tenderly which makes Jorah the Andal for [[GreenEyedMonster uncomfortable]]. After that, it is to rewardfor his leal service. Drogo then pledges a gift to his unborn son, the Stallion who will Mount the World: "the iron chair his mother's father sat upon." His khalasar sets out the next day. To quote the book: "The wineseller hurried behind them, naked, on foot, chained at throat and wrists. His chains were fastened to the halter of Dany's silver. As she rode, he ran after her, barefoot and stumbling. No harm would come to him . . . so long as he kept up."
1st Aug '16 4:28:22 PM Morgenthaler
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Morning breaks over an army camped on the borders of '''the Riverlands''', where Jaime Lannister gloats over the raven sent by the Hand of the King last episode. His father, Lord Tywin Lannister, is having none of it. He gives Jaime the kind of verbal bitch-slapping that no one in this series has ever given to ''anyone'', much less the Kingslayer, all the while skinning a Stag ('''[[BadMovieBeatdown SYMBOLISM!!]]'''). "Stop being a SlaveToPR," he says, "and teach Catelyn Stark that kidnapping Lannisters is a bad idea. The family name is all that matters." Jaime, who shares Tyrion's quality of having a glib answer for anyone, is speechless in the face of his father. That should [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast tell you something about Tywin Lannister]].

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Morning breaks over an army camped on the borders of '''the Riverlands''', where Jaime Lannister gloats over the raven sent by the Hand of the King last episode. His father, Lord Tywin Lannister, is having none of it. He gives Jaime the kind of verbal bitch-slapping that no one in this series has ever given to ''anyone'', much less the Kingslayer, all the while skinning a Stag ('''[[BadMovieBeatdown ('''[[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown SYMBOLISM!!]]'''). "Stop being a SlaveToPR," he says, "and teach Catelyn Stark that kidnapping Lannisters is a bad idea. The family name is all that matters." Jaime, who shares Tyrion's quality of having a glib answer for anyone, is speechless in the face of his father. That should [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast tell you something about Tywin Lannister]].
19th Jul '16 12:21:18 PM Andika9520
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* GreenEyedMonster: Jorah looks quite uncomfortable when he sees Drogo embracing and kissing Daenerys.
9th Jun '16 8:51:26 AM Silverblade2
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9th Jun '16 8:50:58 AM Silverblade2
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* BerserkButton: If you ''try'' to lay a finger on Daenerys and her unborn child, Drogo will come to conquer your country, kill your men, rape your women, enslave your children, tear down your stone houses, and drag your broken gods back to Vaes Dothrak.



* [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Does This Remind You Of Anything?]]: Inverted. The lesbian [[{{Fanservice}} sex scene]] in Littlefinger's brothel is straight-up erotic on the surface, but if you listen just to his instructions, it becomes a narration and microcosm of Littlefinger and Ned's relationship, right up until Littlefinger's betrayal of Ned at the end of the episode reveals that he was a whore all along.

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* [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Does This Remind You Of Anything?]]: DisproportionateRetribution: If you ''try'' to lay a finger on Daenerys and her unborn child, Drogo will come to conquer your country, kill your men, rape your women, enslave your children, tear down your stone houses, and drag your broken gods back to Vaes Dothrak.
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything:
Inverted. The lesbian [[{{Fanservice}} sex scene]] in Littlefinger's brothel is straight-up erotic on the surface, but if you listen just to his instructions, it becomes a narration and microcosm of Littlefinger and Ned's relationship, right up until Littlefinger's betrayal of Ned at the end of the episode reveals that he was a whore all along.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Everything Renly said in his last appearance will get played out next season, and we'll get to see whether he was right or not about any of it.
12th Aug '15 2:12:35 PM MrThorfan64
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* OnlySaneMan: Renly views himself as this after Ned rejects his plan. At the very least, he's a far more sensible person than his brothers or Joffrey.

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* OnlySaneMan: Renly views himself as this after Ned rejects his plan. At the very least, he's a far more sensible person than his brothers Robert or Joffrey.
18th Jul '15 3:18:44 PM Morgenthaler
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* GenreSavvy: After Robert is fatally wounded, Renly knows that the only way to prevent Joffrey from taking the throne and keep Ned as Protector of the Realm is to immediately capture Joff as a hostage. Renly's wisdom in this matter sharply contrasts Ned's GenreBlindness, as everything the younger man says does come to pass. Renly is also smart to flee King's Landing when Ned refuses to carry out his plan.
-->'''Renly''': Strike! Tonight, while the castle sleeps! We must get Joffrey away from his mother and into our custody. Protector of the Realm or no, he who holds the king holds the kingdom. Every moment you delay gives Cersei another moment to prepare. By the time Robert dies, it will be too late for the both of us.
15th Dec '14 11:33:17 AM Silverblade2
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* CallBack: When Jaime and Cersei are talking in the first episode, one of the things Jaime does is mimic his father by saying "Lannisters don't act like fools." Cut to this episode when Tywin's first lines are "Lannisters don't act like fools".


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* MeaningfulEcho: When Jaime and Cersei are talking in the first episode, one of the things Jaime does is mimic his father by saying "Lannisters don't act like fools." Cut to this episode when Tywin's first lines are "Lannisters don't act like fools".
30th Jun '14 8:02:50 PM Odon
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Next comes a "sexposition" scene where Littlefinger watches his new hire Ros perform and delivers a major dollop of motivation while he's at it, including when he dueled Brandon Stark (Ned's older brother) for Catelyn's hand. This is reproduced below, so we'll [[DistractedByTheSexy skip over it]], [[TropesAreNotGood much as a fair number of fans wished they could have]], and instead go to '''Winterfell''', where Osha is now a servant and Theon teases her about her bondage before Maester Luwin reminds him of his own chains. Finally, we complete our northward migration at the Wall, where Jon and Samwell happen to be on watch when Benjen Stark's horse returns from his ranging. ...His horse, but no Benjen.

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Next comes a "sexposition" {{sexposition}} scene where Littlefinger watches his new hire Ros perform and delivers a major dollop of motivation while he's at it, including when he dueled Brandon Stark (Ned's older brother) for Catelyn's hand. This is reproduced below, so we'll [[DistractedByTheSexy skip over it]], [[TropesAreNotGood much as a fair number of fans wished they could have]], and instead go to '''Winterfell''', where Osha is now a servant and Theon teases her about her bondage before Maester Luwin reminds him of his own chains. Finally, we complete our northward migration at the Wall, where Jon and Samwell happen to be on watch when Benjen Stark's horse returns from his ranging. ...His horse, but no Benjen.
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