History Recap / GameOfThronesS3E3WalkOfPunishment

24th Jun '15 7:01:15 AM jeez
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** The SmashCut from Jaime screaming in horror at his freshly severed hand to credits with a happy rock song can easily count as ''Schadenfreude'' in its own right.
25th May '15 5:21:31 PM Gregzilla
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* RewatchBonus: Before the last of Theon's captors gets shot by the Boy, he calmly utters, "You little bastard." See the episode a second time knowing that [[spoiler: the captor knows his killer as his master, Ramsay Snow, and Roose Bolton's bastard.]]

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* RewatchBonus: Before the last of Theon's captors gets shot by the Boy, he calmly utters, "You little bastard." See the episode a second time knowing that [[spoiler: the captor knows his killer as his master, Ramsay Snow, and Roose Bolton's bastard.]]he meant that [[BastardBastard literally]].
6th May '15 6:08:10 AM LtFedora
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-->"I'm very good at ''spending'' money, but a lifetime of outrageous wealth hasn't taught me much about ''managing'' it."
28th Mar '15 1:46:13 PM JackWhitehead
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* LaserGuidedKarma: Jaime is robbed of his hand and the prestige of being the greatest swordsman in the realm, karmic payback for crippling Bran and ruining his dream of being a knight.
19th Dec '14 5:56:31 PM Odon
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** Littlefinger says his brothel is the safest place in the city. Tyrion replies, "Not for bastards", referring to how King Robert's bastard baby was murdered there by the Gold Cloaks.
19th Dec '14 5:51:46 PM Odon
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Talisa agrees that Robb Stark can indeed turn into a wolf at night.
19th Oct '14 6:03:59 PM starwolf99
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* RewatchBonus: Before the last of Theon's captors gets shot by the Boy, he calmly utters, "You little bastard." See the episode a second time knowing that [[spoiler: the captor knows his killer as his master, Ramsay Snow, and Roose Bolton's bastard.]]
18th Aug '14 11:29:57 AM vifetoile
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At the '''Crossroads Inn''', Arya is advised that it would be in her best interests to travel with the Brotherhood without Banners for the time being. She witnesses Sandor Clegane being carted off to be taken to the Brotherhood's Leader, Beric Dondarrion. She asks him if he remembers the last time he was here, when he killed Arya's friend Mycah. The Hound has apparently [[ButForMeItWasTuesday forgotten the incident]]. Hot Pie has made some brown bread for the innkeeper's wife, and so impressed her that she offered him a job. He's decided to settle down and become an NPC -- probably the smartest thing he's done in the series so far. Before saying a fond farewell, he gives Arya a loaf of bread in the shape of a direwolf.

Not far away, also in the '''Riverlands''', Jaime and Brienne have been captured by Bolton soldiers. Regarding the prospect of her being raped that night, Jaime advises Brienne not to resist, or she will surely be killed. Realistically, he knows that she will not follow his advice. That evening, with Brienne struggling against her assailants, Jaime tells Locke, the captain of the soldiers, that Brienne's father is very wealthy and will pay his daughter's weight in sapphires if she is returned unharmed with her honour intact. Intrigued by the prospect, Locke orders his men to leave Brienne alone.

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At the '''Crossroads Inn''', Arya is advised that it would be in her best interests to travel with the Brotherhood without Banners for the time being. She witnesses Sandor Clegane being carted off to be taken to the Brotherhood's Leader, Beric Dondarrion. She asks him if he remembers the last time he was here, when he killed Arya's friend Mycah. The Hound has apparently [[ButForMeItWasTuesday forgotten the incident]]. Hot Pie has made some brown bread for the innkeeper's wife, and so impressed her that she offered him a job. He's decided to settle down and become an NPC -- probably the smartest thing he's done in the series so far. Before saying a fond farewell, he gives Arya a loaf of bread in the shape of a direwolf.

direwolf. And it's really good!

Not far away, also in the '''Riverlands''', Jaime and Brienne have been captured by Bolton soldiers. They ride at the back of a column of mounted soldiers singing a charming folk song called "The Bear and the Maiden Fair," about a romantic encounter of questionable consent between... a bear and a maiden fair. Because in Westeros, even the folk songs have to make you go "''Eeesh.''"

Regarding the prospect of her being raped that night, Jaime advises Brienne not to resist, or she will surely be killed. Realistically, he knows that she will not follow his advice. That evening, with Brienne struggling against her assailants, Jaime tells Locke, the captain of the soldiers, that Brienne's father is very wealthy and will pay his daughter's weight in sapphires if she is returned unharmed with her honour intact. Intrigued by the prospect, Locke orders his men to leave Brienne alone.
18th Aug '14 11:28:22 AM vifetoile
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In '''Astapor''', Daenerys is still considering the prospect of buying an army of Unsullied. At the city's Walk of Punishment, she sees a multitude of crucified slaves left as a warning to others. She tries to give one of them water, but he refuses, asking to be left to die. Considering the ethics of buying an army of eunuch slave soldiers, her advisers are of different opinions. Ser Barristan Selmy tells her that her brother Rhaegar's men followed him into battle out of loyalty, out of respect for his chivalrous nature. Jorah Mormont points out that as noble as Rhaegar might have been, he still ended up dead. Furthermore, Jorah recalls the sack of King's Landing during Robert's Rebellion and the atrocities inflicted on the civilian population. The Unsullied, on the other hand, are perfectly disciplined and trained not to kill anyone unless ordered to do so. Being eunuchs, they will not commit rape either. This argument apparently sways Dany, who goes to Master Kraznys offering one of her dragons in exchange for all the Unsullied in Astapor, despite both her advisers' protests at the deal. She also asks for Kraznys's interpreter Missandei as a token of goodwill.

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In '''Astapor''', Daenerys is still considering the prospect of buying an army of Unsullied. At the city's Walk of Punishment, she sees a multitude of crucified slaves left as a warning to others. She tries to give one of them water, but he refuses, asking to be left to die. Considering the ethics of buying an army of eunuch slave soldiers, her advisers are of different opinions. Ser Barristan Selmy tells her that her brother Rhaegar's men followed him into battle out of loyalty, out of respect for his chivalrous nature. Jorah Mormont points out that as noble as Rhaegar might have been, he still ended up dead. Furthermore, Jorah recalls the sack of King's Landing during Robert's Rebellion and the atrocities inflicted on the civilian population. The Unsullied, on the other hand, are perfectly disciplined and trained not to kill anyone unless ordered to do so. Being eunuchs, they will not commit rape either.

This argument apparently sways Dany, who goes to Master Kraznys offering one of her dragons in exchange for all the Unsullied in Astapor, despite both her advisers' protests at the deal. She also asks for Kraznys's interpreter Missandei as a token of goodwill.
goodwill, and talks a bit to Missandei herself, painting a picture of the life of a ''khaleesi'' at war. Missandei seems resigned to any fate, saying "Valar Morghulis." Dany translates this as "All men must die." But adds, "We are not men."

Missandei gives a little smile. Looks like she likes her new owner.



At the '''Crossroads Inn''', Arya is advised that it would be in her best interests to travel with the Brotherhood without Banners for the time being. She witnesses Sandor Clegane being carted off to be taken to the Brotherhood's Leader, Beric Dondarrion. She asks him if he remembers the last time he was here, when he killed Arya's friend Mycah. The Hound has apparently [[ButForMeItWasTuesday forgotten the incident]]. Hot Pie has been given a job as a baker at the inn. Before saying a fond farewell, he gives Arya a loaf of bread in the shape of a direwolf.

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At the '''Crossroads Inn''', Arya is advised that it would be in her best interests to travel with the Brotherhood without Banners for the time being. She witnesses Sandor Clegane being carted off to be taken to the Brotherhood's Leader, Beric Dondarrion. She asks him if he remembers the last time he was here, when he killed Arya's friend Mycah. The Hound has apparently [[ButForMeItWasTuesday forgotten the incident]]. Hot Pie has been given a job as a baker at made some brown bread for the inn.innkeeper's wife, and so impressed her that she offered him a job. He's decided to settle down and become an NPC -- probably the smartest thing he's done in the series so far. Before saying a fond farewell, he gives Arya a loaf of bread in the shape of a direwolf.
2nd Jun '14 6:43:15 PM Odon
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* BenevolentBoss: Tyrion shows that Lannisters really do pay their debts.

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* BenevolentBoss: Tyrion shows that Lannisters a Lannister really do does pay their his debts.



* AThreesomeIsHot: And a Foursome is even hotter -- Tyrion shows that a Lannister really does pay his debts.

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* AThreesomeIsHot: And a Foursome is even hotter -- Tyrion shows that a Lannister really does pay his debts.hotter!
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