History Recap / GameOfThronesS2E7AManWithoutHonor

17th Jan '17 5:56:02 AM k410ren
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* {{Irony}}: Sansa has gone from wanting to have Joffrey's children in "A Golden Crown" to dreading the prospect.



** Cersei laments that Joffrey didn't end up as Jamie ''"He looks like him... [[BlatantLies in a certain light]]"'' In the books Joffrey is the spitting image of Jamie, and it is one of the clues that led Ned Stark to realize that he was the biological father to Cerseis children.

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** Cersei laments that Joffrey didn't end up as Jamie ''"He looks like him... [[BlatantLies in a certain light]]"'' In the books Joffrey is the spitting image of Jamie, and it is one of the clues that led Ned Stark to realize that he was the biological father to Cerseis Cersei's children.
17th Jan '17 3:09:20 AM Malachi108
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** Cersei laments that Joffrey didn't end up as Jamie ''"He looks like him... [[BlatantLies in a certain light]]]]"'' In the books Joffrey is the spitting image of Jamie, and it is one of the clues that led Ned Stark to realize that he was the biological father to Cerseis children.

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** Cersei laments that Joffrey didn't end up as Jamie ''"He looks like him... [[BlatantLies in a certain light]]]]"'' light]]"'' In the books Joffrey is the spitting image of Jamie, and it is one of the clues that led Ned Stark to realize that he was the biological father to Cerseis children.
18th Dec '16 6:48:48 PM Discar
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'''Somewhere even further north''', Jon and Ygritte are cuddled up against the cold. Jon looks a little disturbed when he wakes up, especially when Ygritte asks, "[[OrAreYouJustHappyToSeeMe Did you pull a knife on me in the night?]]" Jon springs away, tugging at his tunic. Even better, Ygritte manages to deduce that [[AManIsNotAVirgin Jon has never done it before]], and begins teasing him about it mercilessly. If one didn't know better, one might think these two were being set up for a DatingCatwoman situation. "Are there no girl crows? ...So the lads just [[YaoiFangirl do it with each other]]? ...[[BestialityIsDepraved Do you have sheep at the Wall]]? ...[[ADateWithRosiePalms With your hands then]]? No ''wonder'' you're all so miserable." ([[labelnote:In the books...]]The nearest (civilian) settlement to Castle Black is called Mole's Town, and they in fact do have a brothel there, where the black brothers go to "dig for buried treasure." And yes, Jon knows about it; it's an open secret. But can you blame him for not bringing it up?[[/labelnote]])

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'''Somewhere even further north''', Jon and Ygritte are cuddled up against the cold. Jon looks a little disturbed when he wakes up, especially when Ygritte asks, "[[OrAreYouJustHappyToSeeMe Did you pull a knife on me in the night?]]" Jon springs away, tugging at his tunic. Even better, Ygritte manages to deduce that [[AManIsNotAVirgin Jon has never done it before]], before, and begins teasing him about it mercilessly. If one didn't know better, one might think these two were being set up for a DatingCatwoman situation. "Are there no girl crows? ...So the lads just [[YaoiFangirl do it with each other]]? ...[[BestialityIsDepraved Do you have sheep at the Wall]]? ...[[ADateWithRosiePalms With your hands then]]? No ''wonder'' you're all so miserable." ([[labelnote:In the books...]]The nearest (civilian) settlement to Castle Black is called Mole's Town, and they in fact do have a brothel there, where the black brothers go to "dig for buried treasure." And yes, Jon knows about it; it's an open secret. But can you blame him for not bringing it up?[[/labelnote]])



* AManIsNotAVirgin: Invoked by Ygritte to Jon.


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* VirginShaming: Invoked by Ygritte to Jon.
11th Aug '16 9:04:20 AM longWriter
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Speaking of the Kingslayer, here we are in '''the Stark camp'''--specifically, Jaime's cage, where he and Alton chat. Alton admits that he squired for Jaime once, at the tourney for the wedding of Willem Frey. ("I went to Willem Frey's wedding?") Jaime thanks him for being a good squire, mentioning that when he (Jaime) himself squired for Ser Barristan Selmy, during the campaign against the [[http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Kingswood_Brotherhood Kingswood Brotherhood]], he was [[StopHelpingMe constantly underfoot]]. Fortunately, one of the outlaws thought a sixteen-year-old squire easy pickings, which gave Jaime a chance to [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass show what he could really do]]. Jaime, keeping an eye out for Torrhen Karstark, then confesses to Alton that he has devised a way to escape. Unfortunately, it's a one-man ticket, as the method involves Jaime bludgeoning Alton to death and using the corpose to lure Torrhen into the cell. He strangles Torrhen with his chains and makes a dash for it.

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Speaking of the Kingslayer, here we are in '''the Stark camp'''--specifically, Jaime's cage, where he and Alton chat. Alton admits that he squired for Jaime once, at the tourney for the wedding of Willem Frey. ("I went to Willem Frey's wedding?") Jaime thanks him for being a good squire, mentioning that when he (Jaime) himself squired for Ser Barristan Selmy, during the campaign against the [[http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Kingswood_Brotherhood Kingswood Brotherhood]], he was [[StopHelpingMe [[UnwantedAssistance constantly underfoot]]. Fortunately, one of the outlaws thought a sixteen-year-old squire easy pickings, which gave Jaime a chance to [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass show what he could really do]]. Jaime, keeping an eye out for Torrhen Karstark, then confesses to Alton that he has devised a way to escape. Unfortunately, it's a one-man ticket, as the method involves Jaime bludgeoning Alton to death and using the corpose to lure Torrhen into the cell. He strangles Torrhen with his chains and makes a dash for it.
9th Jun '16 9:50:23 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* PetTheDog: Subverted. Jaime is genuinely supportive and encouraging to the young cousin who clearly hero-worships him. He then beats him to death to create a diversion which might let him escape.

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Subverted. Jaime is genuinely supportive and encouraging to the young cousin who clearly hero-worships him. He then beats him to death to create a diversion which might let him escape.



* PrecisionFStrike

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* SpottingTheThread: Tywin can tell that Arya isn't the commoner she portrays herself as because of how she says "my lord" instead of "m'lord". Though Arya does try to excuse the mistake, Tywin doesn't seem to buy it.



* UnresolvedSexualTension: The scene between Robb and Lady Talisa is ''crawling'' with it. Karstark has noticed it too, as he angrily points out that Robb took Talisa with him to negotiate a surrender with another castle.

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The scene between Robb and Lady Talisa is ''crawling'' with it. Karstark has noticed it too, as he angrily points out that Robb took Talisa with him to negotiate a surrender with another castle.



* {{Wham Line}}: Tywin doesn't buy Arya's "stonemason's daughter" story one bit... m'lord.
-->'''Tywin:''' "If you're going to pose as a commoner, you should do it properly."

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* {{Wham Line}}: WhamLine: Tywin doesn't buy Arya's "stonemason's daughter" story one bit... m'lord.
-->'''Tywin:''' "If If you're going to pose as a commoner, you should do it properly."
23rd Jul '15 9:50:05 AM bravo104
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* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Alton Lannister (Cleos Frey in the books)]] is killed by Jaime in prison; in the books, he dies at the hands of outlaws with Jaime and Brienne on the way to King's Landing.
25th Apr '15 12:02:39 AM Odon
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* IShallTauntYou: Jaime tosses Ned's infidelity and her treatment of Jon Snow in her face, presumably in the belief that he'll get a quicker death from her than the mob -- there's a smile on his face when Cat orders Brienne to give her a sword.

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* IShallTauntYou: Jaime tosses Ned's infidelity and her [[WickedStepmother treatment of Jon Snow Snow]] in her Cat's face, presumably in the belief that he'll get a quicker death from her than the mob -- there's a smile on his face when Cat orders Brienne to give her a sword.
25th Apr '15 12:01:16 AM Odon
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* IShallTauntYou: Jaime tosses Ned's infidelity and her treatment of Jon Snow in her face, presumably in the belief that he'll get a quicker death from her than the mob -- there's a smile on his face when Cat orders Brienne to give her a sword.



* KickTheDog: Tywin has dozens of his own men hanged and sends Gregor Clegane to terrorize the surrounding countryside just to solve one murder, clearly with less interest in finding out who's guilty and more in sending a message about what happens when he's upset.

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* KickTheDog: Tywin has dozens of his own men hanged and sends Gregor Clegane to terrorize the surrounding countryside just to solve one murder, clearly with less interest in finding out who's guilty and more in sending a message about [[MakeAnExampleOfThem what happens when he's upset.upset]].
28th Jul '14 7:31:53 PM Greenie3
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Over in '''Qarth''', Dany is still in a froth about her missing dragons, and there's little Daxos can say to calm her. Also, Ygritte is still trying to tempt Jon to turn his cloak and join the wildlings--or, as they call themselves, the Free Folk. There's some truth to this claim, as they live outside the feudal obligations of medieval society. It's clear Jon is tempted, but he tries to claim he knows better. "[[ArcWords You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]," Ygritte replies.

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Over in '''Qarth''', Dany is still in a froth about her missing dragons, and there's little Daxos can say to calm her. Also, Ygritte is still trying to tempt Jon to turn his cloak and join the wildlings--or, as they call themselves, the Free Folk. There's some truth to this claim, as they live outside the feudal obligations of medieval society. It's clear Jon is tempted, but he tries to claim he knows better. "[[ArcWords You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]," Snow]]," Ygritte replies.
28th Jul '14 7:31:26 PM Greenie3
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Over in '''Qarth''', Dany is still in a froth about her missing dragons, and there's little Daxos can say to calm her. Also, Ygritte is still trying to tempt Jon to turn his cloak and join the wildlings--or, as they call themselves, the Free Folk. There's some truth to this claim, as they live outside the feudal obligations of medieval society. It's clear Jon is tempted, but he tries to claim he knows better. "[[ArcWords You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]"

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Over in '''Qarth''', Dany is still in a froth about her missing dragons, and there's little Daxos can say to calm her. Also, Ygritte is still trying to tempt Jon to turn his cloak and join the wildlings--or, as they call themselves, the Free Folk. There's some truth to this claim, as they live outside the feudal obligations of medieval society. It's clear Jon is tempted, but he tries to claim he knows better. "[[ArcWords You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]"
]]," Ygritte replies.
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