History Recap / GameOfThronesS2E7AManWithoutHonor

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.
27th Jun '14 8:12:02 AM letomate
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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: Despite himself, Jamie is clearly awestruck by the dramatic, impassioned negotiations happening in front of him by Lady Catelyn and Karstark. His head ricochets back and forth like he's watching a tennis match.



-->'''Cat:''' And gag him!

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-->'''Cat:''' And gag ''gag'' him!
15th May '14 6:43:53 AM TompaDompa
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** Jon Snow treats Ygritte's "Then why are you fighting us?" as this, even though, [[FridgeLogic if he thought about it]], the obvious response would be that the wildlings are coming south with a huge army that's likely to RapePillageAndBurn all the people and places the men of the Night's Watch care about.

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** Jon Snow treats Ygritte's "Then why are you fighting us?" as this, even though, [[FridgeLogic if he thought about it]], it, the obvious response would be that the wildlings are coming south with a huge army that's likely to RapePillageAndBurn all the people and places the men of the Night's Watch care about.



* HilariousInHindsight: "Who'd want to die defending a Lannister?" -- Brienne, Maid of Tarth.



* MoralEventHorizon: Theon passed further beyond it in this episode, when he apparently finds and kills Rickon and Bran, burns their bodies and hangs them up for all of Winterfell to see. Since we don't see the actual murder, it might be a ruse to consolidate power, but even if it's fake, he still killed two young boys. (It's even worse [[labelnote:In the books]], where the mother of the two boys was his first lover. And he kills her anyhow because she was trying to protect her sons. And hell, it's a possiblity--if a remote one--that one of the two boys might have been Theon's bastard[[/labelnote]].)
2nd May '14 3:31:56 PM Angelus25
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Head over to '''the Riverlands''', where Robb has received Alton Lannister, who has returned with Cersei's latest terms. Robb doesn't really have time for him at present... and, even more amusingly, they've taken so many prisoners that he doesn't have any prison pens to store Alton in either. "Is there room for Ser Alton?" Robb asks Lord Rickard Karstark. "Does he need to lie down?" Lord Rickard returns with venomous sarcasm. They end up berthing him with the Kingslayer for the nonce, and Karstark's son Torrhen is assigned to watch over them. Roose Bolton then tries to get Robb's attention, but Lady Talisa diverts him. With two armies' casualties to look after, she's running out of medical supplies; as he's heading to the Crag tomorrow to accept a surrender from House Westerling, she would like to give him a shopping list to acquire from their maester. Instead, Robb invites her to go with him.

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Head over to '''the Riverlands''', Westerlands''', where Robb has received Alton Lannister, who has returned with Cersei's latest terms. Robb doesn't really have time for him at present... and, even more amusingly, they've taken so many prisoners that he doesn't have any prison pens to store Alton in either. "Is there room for Ser Alton?" Robb asks Lord Rickard Karstark. "Does he need to lie down?" Lord Rickard returns with venomous sarcasm. They end up berthing him with the Kingslayer for the nonce, and Karstark's son Torrhen is assigned to watch over them. Roose Bolton then tries to get Robb's attention, but Lady Talisa diverts him. With two armies' casualties to look after, she's running out of medical supplies; as he's heading to the Crag tomorrow to accept a surrender from House Westerling, she would like to give him a shopping list to acquire from their maester. Instead, Robb invites her to go with him.
2nd May '14 3:31:00 PM Angelus25
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* BackForTheDead: The unnamed members of the Thirteen reappear this episode... and get killed.
18th Apr '14 4:00:31 PM Angelus25
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*DecompositeCharacter: In the books, it is Farlen the one who leads the hounds in the hunt for Bran and Rickon. In the episode, a different character, presumably a member of Theon's crew, is the master of hounds.
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