This week, Game of Thrones was all about justice. Who has it, who wants it, who ain’t gettin’ none of it. Oh, and it was also a little bit about drinking from the skulls of your conquered foes, cuz fuck yeah!
JIM: We open this episode by learning “Missandei is teacher good,” since she’s giving a language lesson Grey Worm. Perhaps I’m reading a bit too much into it but it seemed that perhaps he was a bit hot for teacher, and she for student. Do you feel tardy? Anyway, an Unsullied squad embarks on a mission to sneak into Meereen and arm the slaves, stoking a revolt. Why, when you know there is an army laying siege to your walled-off city, do you never secure the drainage grate?? How many castles/cities need to fall before anyone thinks to maybe post a guard or two at your defenses weak point? As a result, Dany now commands Meereen and decides on a bit of scarecrow justice for the resident masters. Do you agree that this was indeed justice or was Barristan Selmy’s call for mercy the right move? Continue reading
Season 4, Episode 3: “Breaker of Chains”
Hello! And welcome back to our weekly Game of Thrones recap… or we try to make it weekly anyway. We ran into some issues last week with technical difficulties, travel plans, and just with this shit of a thing we like to call “life,” but we apologize and are back now to try to put this whole shebang into perspective… well, at least this episode anyway. Continue reading
The God of Tits & Wine has smiled upon us, children, and proclaimed that another season of… well, tits & wine, and lots of murder shall be ours to behold. Gods be good. Come along with my pals SP & LAcey as we delve into the Season 4 premiere.
“A one-handed man with no family needs all the help he can get.”
JIM: Jaime Lannister needs a hug. Our semi-repentant incest enthusiast has finally made his way back to King’s Landing, gotten himself a fancy new haircut and C3PO’s hand but things are not going the Kingslayer’s way. It’s true that Tywin forged him a new weapon using only the intense heat generated by his glare, but it seemed more of a bribe to get Jaime to agree to leave King’s Landing & rule Casterly Rock. He’s later mocked by Joffrey for not doing anything with his life by age 40 (I feel ya, Kingslayer) and gets shutdown by his sister-lover. I have two questions. Wasn’t Cersei being awfully unreasonable and is there any chance Jaime can look the other way whilst Joffrey is stapled to his ridiculous new statue?