History Recap / GameOfThronesS3E7TheBearAndTheMaidenFair

13th May '16 1:43:45 AM GottaHaveFaith
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the books, Jaime had no problem with leaving Brienne behind at Harrenhal, and when he found out that she was in danger because her father's ransom offer was rejected due to the confusion over the sapphires that he inadvertently caused, he was irritated but reasoned that she was lucky his lie held up and kept her safe for as long as it did. He only changed his mind and decided to go back for her after having a fever-induced dream about her. In the show, however, he shares a heartfelt goodbye with her and leaves her behind with extreme reluctance, and turns around to go back for her the moment he finds out that her ransom was rejected and she'll probably be killed.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the books, Jaime had has no problem with leaving Brienne behind at Harrenhal, and when he found finds out that she was she's in danger because her father's ransom offer was rejected due to the confusion over the sapphires that (which he inadvertently caused, he was caused), he's irritated but reasoned reasons that she was she's lucky his lie held up and kept her safe for as long as it did. He only changed changes his mind and decided decides to go back for her after having a fever-induced dream about her. In the show, however, he shares a heartfelt goodbye with her and leaves her behind with extreme reluctance, and turns around to go back for her the moment he finds out that her ransom was rejected and she'll probably be killed.
13th May '16 1:20:40 AM GottaHaveFaith
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the books, Jaime had no problem with leaving Brienne behind at Harrenhal, and when he found out that she was in danger because her father's ransom offer was rejected due to the confusion over the sapphires, he was irritated but reasoned that she was lucky his lie held up and kept her safe for as long as it did. He only changed his mind and decided to go back for her after having a fever-induced dream about her. In the show, however, he shares a heartfelt goodbye with her and leaves her behind with extreme reluctance, and turns around to go back for her the moment he finds out that her ransom was rejected and she'll probably be killed.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the books, Jaime had no problem with leaving Brienne behind at Harrenhal, and when he found out that she was in danger because her father's ransom offer was rejected due to the confusion over the sapphires, sapphires that he inadvertently caused, he was irritated but reasoned that she was lucky his lie held up and kept her safe for as long as it did. He only changed his mind and decided to go back for her after having a fever-induced dream about her. In the show, however, he shares a heartfelt goodbye with her and leaves her behind with extreme reluctance, and turns around to go back for her the moment he finds out that her ransom was rejected and she'll probably be killed.
13th May '16 1:19:29 AM GottaHaveFaith
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the books, Jaime had no problem with leaving Brienne behind at Harrenhal, and when he found out that she was in danger because her father's ransom offer was rejected due to the confusion over the sapphires, he was irritated but reasoned that she was lucky his lie held up and kept her safe for as long as it did. He only changed his mind and decided to go back for her after having a fever-induced dream about her. In the show, however, he shares a heartfelt goodbye with her and leaves her behind with extreme reluctance, and turns around to go back for her the moment he finds out that her ransom was rejected and she'll probably be killed.
12th May '16 2:40:28 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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%%* HandGagging: Arya flees the Brotherhood, but the Hound is still around.



* PuttingAHandOverHerMouth: Arya flees the Brotherhood, but the Hound is still around.
5th May '16 2:34:53 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Jaime's plan to rescue Brienne from the bear pit when it becomes clear Locke isn't going to back down: Step 1) jump into the pit. Step 2) [[MissingStepsPlan Rescue Brienne, without a weapon and with only one hand]]. He at least had a feeling he could count on the captain of his escort to do ''something'' to keep him from being killed, but he was still [[IndyPloy flying by the seat of his pants]].
11th Mar '16 1:04:04 PM XFllo
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* DragonInChief: As if it wasn't already clear enough, the scene with Tywin and Joffrey emphasizes who is really in charge.

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* DragonInChief: As if it wasn't already clear enough, the scene with Tywin and Joffrey emphasizes who is really in charge. Joffrey summoned Tywin to the throne room for a report on the Small Council's meetings, which he had had to miss on account of unspecified important matters; when Tywin points out Joffrey's privilege as King of attending said meetings, Joffrey complains that instead of using his castle's Small Council chamber they're held in Tywin's own tower which Joffrey would have to climb up... cue [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk5hKomP4MA#t=81 Tywin slow-marching up the stairs, getting right up in Joffrey's face as per the picture up top, and the King ''cowering'' on his throne as Tywin deadpans, "We could arrange to have you'' carried."]] After a segue where Joffrey for once [[SmartBall actually shows ''some'' strategic thought]]:
-->'''Tywin:''' Because we have been told as much by the many experts who serve the realm by counselling the king on [[StealthInsult matters about which he knows nothing]].\\
'''Joffrey:''' But I haven't ''been'' counseled!\\
'''Tywin:''' ''You are being counseled at this very moment.''\\
'''Joffrey:''' I should be consulted about such things.\\
'''Tywin:''' From now on I will see to it that you are appropriately consulted on important matters... whenever necessary... Your Grace.
8th Jun '15 12:24:26 PM XFllo
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* GenreSavvy: Theon realizes very quickly that the pretty girls seducing him are part of "The Boy's" mind fucks.
7th Jun '15 9:28:14 PM GoldenSeals
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* BodyHorror: We are given a couple of close-ups of Jaime's stump, with the stitch-ups clearly visible. Made worse by the fact that Jaime (sincerely,) compliments Qyburn on doing a ''good'' job with it, leaving us to wonder what a bad job would look like. (Though, to be fair, clearly whatever planet Westeros is located on hasn't invented hospitals yet.)

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* BodyHorror: We are given a couple of close-ups of Jaime's stump, with the stitch-ups clearly visible. Made worse by the fact that Jaime (sincerely,) compliments Qyburn on doing a ''good'' job with it, leaving us to wonder what a bad job would look like. (Though, to be fair, clearly whatever planet Westeros is located on hasn't invented hospitals yet.)
25th May '15 10:57:44 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* SanityBall: Stunningly, for the first and probably only time, Joffrey is holding it this episode when he alone seems aware of the dire consequences for himself and the kingdom should Dany and her Dragons come to Westeros. Whether Tywin dismisses the danger entirely or simply knows that there are more pressing issues at hand remains unclear.



* SanityBall: Stunningly, for the first and probably only time, Joffrey is holding it this episode when he alone seems aware of the dire consequences for himself and the kingdom should Dany and her Dragons come to Westeros. Whether Tywin dismisses the danger entirely or simply knows that there are more pressing issues at hand remains unclear.
25th May '15 10:57:08 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* SmartBall: Stunningly, for the first and probably only time, Joffrey is holding it this episode when he alone seems aware of the dire consequences for himself and the kingdom should Dany and her Dragons come to Westeros. Whether Tywin dismisses the danger entirely or simply knows that there are more pressing issues at hand remains unclear.

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* SmartBall: SanityBall: Stunningly, for the first and probably only time, Joffrey is holding it this episode when he alone seems aware of the dire consequences for himself and the kingdom should Dany and her Dragons come to Westeros. Whether Tywin dismisses the danger entirely or simply knows that there are more pressing issues at hand remains unclear.
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