History Recap / GameOfThronesS3E2DarkWingsDarkWords

19th Jul '16 3:29:07 PM Cintari
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* ClingyJealousGirl: Shae's reaction to Tyrion admitting he slept with Roz, and his apparent interest in Sansa.

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* ClingyJealousGirl: Shae's reaction to Tyrion admitting he slept with Roz, Ros, and his apparent interest in Sansa.



* GreenEyedMonster: Shae isn't happy to hear that Tyrion was a client of Roz, and also finds Sansa attractive.

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* GreenEyedMonster: Shae isn't happy to hear that Tyrion was a client of Roz, Ros, and also finds Sansa attractive.
20th Feb '15 11:15:56 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** Joffrey proves himself to be a very good shot with his crossbow, putting a bolt through the eyes of a boar's head while firing from the hip ([[InterplayOfSexAndViolence or more accurately, firing from the crotch]]).

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** Joffrey proves himself to be a very good shot with his crossbow, putting a bolt through the eyes of a boar's head while firing from the hip ([[InterplayOfSexAndViolence or more accurately, firing from the crotch]]). A reversal from the book, where his utter lack of skill is a RunningGag.
20th Feb '15 9:47:45 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* AscendedFanon: The term "warging" was originally just a fan term for what wargs do, but here Bran uses it in universe.



* AscendedFanon: The term "warging" was originally just a fan term for what wargs do, but here Bran uses it in universe.

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* AscendedFanon: The term "warging" AutomatonHorses: Apparently Olenna's late husband was originally just looking at the sky and so didn't notice his horse wandering off a fan term for what wargs do, but here Bran uses it in universe.cliff. Either this trope, or the horse deliberately committed suicide.
2nd Jun '14 6:24:18 PM Odon
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* SwordSparks: Brienne scrapes her blade along the stone bridge rail as Jaime ducks out of the way.
2nd Jun '14 6:01:38 PM Odon
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** When Brienne and Jaime are beginning to cross the bridge, a whistle can be heard mimicking the melody of a bird; at first, mixed with the ambient sounds of the wind and the river, neither the characters nor the viewers are supposed to think much about it, but once the Bolton men appear is almost certain the whistling was a signal.

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** When Brienne and Jaime are beginning to cross the bridge, a whistle can be heard mimicking the melody of a bird; at first, mixed with the ambient sounds of the wind and the river, neither the characters nor the viewers are supposed to think much about it, but once the Bolton men appear is almost certain [[NobodyHereButUsBirds the whistling was a signal.signal]].
2nd Jun '14 5:58:28 PM Odon
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* TakeItTooTheBridge: Crossing the bridge leaves the exposed to view and unable to duck into the undergrowth; Jaime exploits Brienne's impatience to get across by faking fatigue and then grabbing a sword off her when she tries to get him to his feet. Sure enough, the pair of them are trapped on the bridge by Bolton's men.

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* TakeItTooTheBridge: TakeItToTheBridge: Crossing the bridge leaves the one exposed to view and unable to duck into the undergrowth; Jaime exploits Brienne's impatience to get across by faking fatigue and then grabbing a sword off her when she tries to get him to his feet. Sure enough, the pair of them are trapped on the bridge by Bolton's men.
2nd Jun '14 5:57:17 PM Odon
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* TakeItTooTheBridge: Crossing the bridge leaves the exposed to view and unable to duck into the undergrowth; Jaime exploits Brienne's impatience to get across by faking fatigue and then grabbing a sword off her when she tries to get him to his feet. Sure enough, the pair of them are trapped on the bridge by Bolton's men.
18th Apr '14 1:59:37 PM siberia82
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* DeathGlare: Brienne gives Jaime a ''very'' menacing one in "Dark Wings, Dark Words" when he goes way overboard with the gay jokes about Renly.

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* DeathGlare: DeathGlare:
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Brienne gives Jaime a ''very'' menacing one in "Dark Wings, Dark Words" when he goes way overboard with the gay jokes about Renly.
17th Apr '14 8:37:01 PM siberia82
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** Joffrey becomes furious at his tailor for suggesting a fabric with a floral pattern because he considers flowers to be effeminate. Later in the episode, Joffrey informs Margaery that he's considering making homosexuality a capital crime. Since he is aware that Renly was gay, he surely knows that Loras (a.k.a. the Knight of Flowers) is, too.

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** Joffrey becomes furious at his tailor for suggesting a fabric with a floral pattern because he considers flowers to be effeminate. Later in the episode, Joffrey informs Margaery that he's considering making homosexuality a capital crime. Since he is aware that Renly was gay, he surely knows that Loras (a.k.a. the Knight of Flowers) is, too. This is confirmed in Season 4's "The Lion and the Rose," where Joffrey publicly humiliates Loras and his relationship with Renly in the ''worst way possible'' in front of ''several hundred guests''. This is as sadistic as Joffrey can get without chopping Loras' head off for his homosexuality.
15th Apr '14 8:09:54 AM Doodler
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* MythologyGag: Ygritte asks Jon if he's ever met a warg before. In the books, Jon was a warg.
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