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Game of Thrones 4th Season: The Children Part 3

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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).

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The Children

“The Children” is the tenth and final episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 40th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Alex Graves. It aired on June 15, 2014. “The Children” was watched by 7.09 million Americans during its premiere hour, a 32% increase from the previous season finale.

After the episode premiered, fans of the novel series voiced their displeasure over the omission of Lady Stoneheart, a character from the end of A Storm of Swords. This was in part fueled by a photo posted to Instagram two months earlier by actress Lena Headey that many fans assumed was a confirmation of the character’s inclusion in the finale. A day later, director Alex Graves stated that the character was never planned to appear in the fourth season, and that he didn’t know whether she would appear in the fifth one.

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Episode: The Children (410). Date of Exhibition: June 15, 2014. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Directed by Alex Graves. Summary: Jon Snow treats with Mance Rayder, but their negotiations are interrupted when Stannis Baratheon and his army suddenly arrive, defeating the Wildling army and taking Mance prisoner. Later, the Night’s Watch burn the bodies of their dead while Jon burns Ygritte beyond the wall. Bran and his party come upon the large Heart Tree from his visions, but as they arrive they are attacked by reanimated skeletons; though Jojen is killed, Bran, Hodor and Meera are saved by a child of the forest who takes them to the Three-Eyed Raven. In Meereen, Daenerys reluctantly grants a former slave’s wish of being sold into slavery again. The next citizen brings her the charred remains of his daughter who was burned by one of her dragons. As a precaution, Daenerys chains and locks her other dragons in the catacombs. In the Vale, Brienne and Podrick come upon Arya and the Hound. Brienne mortally wounds the Hound, while Arya escapes. With the coin Jaqen H’ghar gave her, Arya buys passage on a ship bound for Braavos. Meanwhile in King’s Landing, Cersei orders Qyburn to do anything to save the Mountain. She confronts her father and refuses to marry Loras, threatening to reveal her and Jaime’s incestuous affairs if she is forced to. Tyrion is released from his cell by Jaime, but he later finds Shae in Tywin’s bed and kills her in a struggle. He then confronts his father in the privy and shoots him with a crossbow, before escaping the city with Varys.

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Arya: Are you a knight?
Brienne: No.
Arya: But you know how to use that sword?
Brienne: I do.
Arya: Does it have a name?
Brienne: Oathkeeper.
Arya: Mine’s Needle.
Brienne: Good name.

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The Hound: You’re paid by the Lannisters. You’re here for the bounty on me.
Brienne: I’m not paid by the Lannisters.
The Hound: No? Fancy sword you’ve got there. Where’d you get it? I’ve been looking at Lannister gold all my life. Go on, Brienne of fucking Tarth. Tell me that’s not Lannister gold.
Brienne: Jaime Lannister gave me this sword.

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Brienne: Come with me, Arya. I’ll take you to safety.
The Hound: Safety? Where the fuck’s that? Her aunt in the Eyrie is dead. Her mother’s dead. Her father’s dead. Her brother’s dead. Winterfell is a pile of rubble. There is no safety, you dumb bitch. You don’t know that by now, you’re the wrong one to watch over her.
Brienne: And that’s what you’re doing? Watching over her?
The Hound: Aye, that’s what I’m doing.

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The Hound: Go on, go after her. She’ll help you. Going it alone, you won’t last a day out there.
Arya: I’ll last longer than you.
The Hound: You remember where the heart is? Fuck it. I’m ready. Go on, girl. Another name off your list.

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Tyrion: All my life you’ve wanted me dead.
Tywin: Yes. But you refused to die. I respect that. Even admire it. You fight for what’s yours. I’d never let them execute you. Is that what you fear? I’ll never let Ilyn Payne take your head. You’re a Lannister. You’re my son.
Tyrion: I loved her.
Tywin: Who?
Tyrion: Shae.
Tywin: Oh, Tyrion. Put down that crossbow.
Tyrion: I murdered her. With my own hands.
Tywin: It doesn’t matter.
Tyrion: Doesn’t matter?
Tywin: She was a whore.
Tyrion: Say that word again…
Tywin: And what? You’ll kill your own father in the privy? No. You’re my son. Now, enough of this nonsense.
Tyrion: I am your son and you sentenced me to die. You knew I didn’t poison Joffrey, but you sentenced me all the same. Why?
Tywin: Enough. We’ll go back to my chambers and speak with some dignity.
Tyrion: I can’t go back there. She’s in there.
Tywin: You’re afraid of a dead whore?

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Tyrion: I am your son. I have always been your son.

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Game of Thrones 4th Season: The Children Part 2

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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).

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The Children

“The Children” is the tenth and final episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 40th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Alex Graves. It aired on June 15, 2014. “The Children” was watched by 7.09 million Americans during its premiere hour, a 32% increase from the previous season finale.

After the episode premiered, fans of the novel series voiced their displeasure over the omission of Lady Stoneheart, a character from the end of A Storm of Swords. This was in part fueled by a photo posted to Instagram two months earlier by actress Lena Headey that many fans assumed was a confirmation of the character’s inclusion in the finale. A day later, director Alex Graves stated that the character was never planned to appear in the fourth season, and that he didn’t know whether she would appear in the fifth one.

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Episode: The Children (410). Date of Exhibition: June 15, 2014. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Directed by Alex Graves. Summary: Jon Snow treats with Mance Rayder, but their negotiations are interrupted when Stannis Baratheon and his army suddenly arrive, defeating the Wildling army and taking Mance prisoner. Later, the Night’s Watch burn the bodies of their dead while Jon burns Ygritte beyond the wall. Bran and his party come upon the large Heart Tree from his visions, but as they arrive they are attacked by reanimated skeletons; though Jojen is killed, Bran, Hodor and Meera are saved by a child of the forest who takes them to the Three-Eyed Raven. In Meereen, Daenerys reluctantly grants a former slave’s wish of being sold into slavery again. The next citizen brings her the charred remains of his daughter who was burned by one of her dragons. As a precaution, Daenerys chains and locks her other dragons in the catacombs. In the Vale, Brienne and Podrick come upon Arya and the Hound. Brienne mortally wounds the Hound, while Arya escapes. With the coin Jaqen H’ghar gave her, Arya buys passage on a ship bound for Braavos. Meanwhile in King’s Landing, Cersei orders Qyburn to do anything to save the Mountain. She confronts her father and refuses to marry Loras, threatening to reveal her and Jaime’s incestuous affairs if she is forced to. Tyrion is released from his cell by Jaime, but he later finds Shae in Tywin’s bed and kills her in a struggle. He then confronts his father in the privy and shoots him with a crossbow, before escaping the city with Varys.

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Jon Snow: We’re gonna burn the bodies of your dead. Do you want to say any words over them?
Tormund: Words? What kind of words?
Jon Snow: Funeral words. I don’t know how the free folk do it.
Tormund: Do what?
Jon Snow: Say farewell.
Tormund: The dead can’t hear us, boy. Snow. Did you love her? She loved you.
Jon Snow: She told you?
Tormund: No. All she ever talked about was killing you. That’s how I know. She belongs in the North. The real North. You understand me?

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– We’ll rest with the three-eyed raven.
– We’re not going to make it.
– We’re already here.

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Child: The First Men called us the children, but we were born long before them. Come, he waits for you.

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Brandon: You’re the three-eyed raven?
Old Man: I’ve been many things. Now I am what you see.
Meera: My brother, he led us to you and now he–
Old Man: He knew what would happen. From the moment he left, he knew and he went anyway.
Meera: How do you know?
Old Man: I’ve been watching you. All of you. All of your lives. With 1,000 eyes and one. Now you’ve come to me at last, Brandon Stark. Though the hour is late.
Brandon: I didn’t want anyone to die for me.
Old Man: He died so you could find what you have lost.
Brandon: You’re going to help me walk again?
Old Man: You will never walk again. But you will fly.

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Game of Thrones 4th Season: The Children Part 1

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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).

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The Children

“The Children” is the tenth and final episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 40th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Alex Graves. It aired on June 15, 2014. “The Children” was watched by 7.09 million Americans during its premiere hour, a 32% increase from the previous season finale.

After the episode premiered, fans of the novel series voiced their displeasure over the omission of Lady Stoneheart, a character from the end of A Storm of Swords. This was in part fueled by a photo posted to Instagram two months earlier by actress Lena Headey that many fans assumed was a confirmation of the character’s inclusion in the finale. A day later, director Alex Graves stated that the character was never planned to appear in the fourth season, and that he didn’t know whether she would appear in the fifth one.

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Episode: The Children (410). Date of Exhibition: June 15, 2014. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Directed by Alex Graves. Summary: Jon Snow treats with Mance Rayder, but their negotiations are interrupted when Stannis Baratheon and his army suddenly arrive, defeating the Wildling army and taking Mance prisoner. Later, the Night’s Watch burn the bodies of their dead while Jon burns Ygritte beyond the wall. Bran and his party come upon the large Heart Tree from his visions, but as they arrive they are attacked by reanimated skeletons; though Jojen is killed, Bran, Hodor and Meera are saved by a child of the forest who takes them to the Three-Eyed Raven. In Meereen, Daenerys reluctantly grants a former slave’s wish of being sold into slavery again. The next citizen brings her the charred remains of his daughter who was burned by one of her dragons. As a precaution, Daenerys chains and locks her other dragons in the catacombs. In the Vale, Brienne and Podrick come upon Arya and the Hound. Brienne mortally wounds the Hound, while Arya escapes. With the coin Jaqen H’ghar gave her, Arya buys passage on a ship bound for Braavos. Meanwhile in King’s Landing, Cersei orders Qyburn to do anything to save the Mountain. She confronts her father and refuses to marry Loras, threatening to reveal her and Jaime’s incestuous affairs if she is forced to. Tyrion is released from his cell by Jaime, but he later finds Shae in Tywin’s bed and kills her in a struggle. He then confronts his father in the privy and shoots him with a crossbow, before escaping the city with Varys.

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Mance: My people have bled enough. We’re not here to conquer. We’re here to hide behind your Wall. Just like you. We need your tunnel. Now we both know that winter is coming. And if my people aren’t south of the Wall when it comes in earnest, we’ll all end up worse than dead. You want to strike a bargain with me? Here’s the bargain. You go back, you open the gates to us, and I swear to you that no one else will die. Refuse, and we’ll kill every last man at Castle Black.

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Tywin: You were betrothed to Loras Tyrell. You’re still betrothed and you will marry Loras Tyrell as soon as Tommen marries Margaery.
Cersei: I will not.
Tywin: Jaime cannot marry or inherit lands. Tyrion’s sentence will be carried out tomorrow. You have on several about your commitment to this family’s future. Your role in that future is more vital now than it ever was.
Cersei: I don’t care. I will stay in King’s Landing where I belong with my son the king.

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Cersei: What do you decide? What do you choose?
Jaime: The things I did to get back to you, to endure all that, only to find you–
Cersei: I choose you.
Jaime: Those are words.
Cersei: Yes. Like the ones I just said to Father. I told him.
Jaime: Told him what?
Cersei: I told him about us.
Jaime: I told him I won’t marry Loras Tyrell. I told him I’m staying right here with Tommen, with you.
Jaime: You think he’ll just accept that?
Cersei: Go and ask him.
Jaime: What did you say?
Cersei: I don’t want to talk about Tywin Lannister. I don’t choose Tywin Lannister. I don’t love Tywin Lannister. I love my brother. I love my lover. People will whisper, they’ll make their jokes. Let them. They’re all so small, I can’t even see them. I only see what matters.

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Cersei: I don’t care.

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“He came from the sky. The black one. The winged shadow. He came from the sky and… My girl. My little girl.”

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Game of Thrones 4th Season: The Watchers on the Wall Part 2

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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).

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The Watchers on the Wall

“The Watchers on the Wall” is the ninth episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 39th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Neil Marshall. It aired on June 8, 2014. “The Watchers on the Wall” features the series’ smallest main credits cast to date: only five regulars (Kit Harington, John Bradley, Hannah Murray, Rose Leslie and Kristofer Hivju) appear in the episode. It is also only the second time, after season two’s “Blackwater” (also directed by Neil Marshall), that an episode has focused on one storyline, that of the Wildling assault on Castle Black.

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Episode: The Watchers on the Wall (409). Date of Exhibition: June 8, 2014. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Directed by Neil Marshall. Summary: As the Night’s Watch prepare the coming invasion by the wildlings, Jon and Sam have a conversation about Ygritte and the vows of the Night’s Watch, with Sam stating that having intercourse with a woman is not explicitly forbidden in the vows. In the library at Castle Black, Sam has a discussion with Maester Aemon about Gilly, who arrives at the wall shortly after. The reunion is cut short however as two horn blasts, indicating that Mance Rayder’s army has arrived. The wildlings attack from both sides, with one army climbing the wall, and Ygritte’s army climbing Castle Black’s boundary walls. After Ygritte and her army get through, a bloody battle ensues. The wildlings attempt to break through the tunnel leading into Castle Black with the help of several giants and a woolly mammoth. Ser Alliser Thorne goes down to the main level of Castle Black to fight, leaving Janos Slynt in charge, however Slynt proves himself to be incompetent as a commander, and he is tricked into going down the main level by Grenn, effectively leaving Jon in charge. Pyp is shot by Ygritte in the neck as blood starts to inevitably flow from his neck. Sam attempts to calm him down, however his attempts at saving Pyp’s life is futile. Pyp dies in Sam’s arms. After watching Jon kill Styr the Thenn, Ygritte prepares to kill Jon, but is killed by Olly after being shot through the heart with an arrow. Jon, seeing this, holds Ygritte in his arms as she dies. With the help of Jon’s direwolf, Ghost, the ground level of Castle Black is held by the Night’s Watch. The wall climbers are sliced apart and completely obliterated from a massive scythe that acts as the Wall’s secret weapon. The wildling army retreats, but not for long, Jon predicts. He knows that Mance will never give up and that the wildlings are only fighting because Mance is alive. If Mance dies, they will be leaderless and will tear themselves apart from the inside in the chaos that ensues. Seeing no other choice, Jon orders Sam to open the gate, and goes beyond the wall to find and kill Mance.

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Game of Thrones 4th Season: The Watchers on the Wall Part 1

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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).

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“The Watchers on the Wall” is the ninth episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 39th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Neil Marshall. It aired on June 8, 2014. “The Watchers on the Wall” features the series’ smallest main credits cast to date: only five regulars (Kit Harington, John Bradley, Hannah Murray, Rose Leslie and Kristofer Hivju) appear in the episode. It is also only the second time, after season two’s “Blackwater” (also directed by Neil Marshall), that an episode has focused on one storyline, that of the Wildling assault on Castle Black.

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Episode: The Watchers on the Wall (409). Date of Exhibition: June 8, 2014. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Directed by Neil Marshall. Summary: As the Night’s Watch prepare the coming invasion by the wildlings, Jon and Sam have a conversation about Ygritte and the vows of the Night’s Watch, with Sam stating that having intercourse with a woman is not explicitly forbidden in the vows. In the library at Castle Black, Sam has a discussion with Maester Aemon about Gilly, who arrives at the wall shortly after. The reunion is cut short however as two horn blasts, indicating that Mance Rayder’s army has arrived. The wildlings attack from both sides, with one army climbing the wall, and Ygritte’s army climbing Castle Black’s boundary walls. After Ygritte and her army get through, a bloody battle ensues. The wildlings attempt to break through the tunnel leading into Castle Black with the help of several giants and a woolly mammoth. Ser Alliser Thorne goes down to the main level of Castle Black to fight, leaving Janos Slynt in charge, however Slynt proves himself to be incompetent as a commander, and he is tricked into going down the main level by Grenn, effectively leaving Jon in charge. Pyp is shot by Ygritte in the neck as blood starts to inevitably flow from his neck. Sam attempts to calm him down, however his attempts at saving Pyp’s life is futile. Pyp dies in Sam’s arms. After watching Jon kill Styr the Thenn, Ygritte prepares to kill Jon, but is killed by Olly after being shot through the heart with an arrow. Jon, seeing this, holds Ygritte in his arms as she dies. With the help of Jon’s direwolf, Ghost, the ground level of Castle Black is held by the Night’s Watch. The wall climbers are sliced apart and completely obliterated from a massive scythe that acts as the Wall’s secret weapon. The wildling army retreats, but not for long, Jon predicts. He knows that Mance will never give up and that the wildlings are only fighting because Mance is alive. If Mance dies, they will be leaderless and will tear themselves apart from the inside in the chaos that ensues. Seeing no other choice, Jon orders Sam to open the gate, and goes beyond the wall to find and kill Mance.

Source: Wikipedia.

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Game of Thrones 4th Season: The Mountain and the Viper Part 2

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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).

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The Mountain and the Viper

“The Mountain and the Viper” is the eighth episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 38th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Alex Graves. It aired on June 1, 2014. “The Mountain and the Viper” was watched by an estimated 7.2 million people during its first airing, making it the show’s most watched episode, along with the previous episode.

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Episode: The Mountain and the Viper (408). Date of Exhibition: June 1, 2014. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Directed by Alex Graves. Summary: The wildlings arrive in Mole’s Town and massacre the entire village. Gilly is discovered by Ygritte who spares her once she notices the infant she is holding. News of the attack reaches the Wall where Sam laments his decision to leave Gilly there, as he believes her dead. Ramsay forces Reek to masquerade as his former self, Theon Greyjoy, and orders him to get the Ironborn to surrender Moat Cailin in return for the safe return of the Ironborn to the Iron Islands. The initial leader refuses, but the Ironborn kill him in hopes of returning home. However, after they open the Moat’s gates, the Ironborn are flayed and slaughtered by Ramsay and his army. As a reward for securing the Moat, Roose, using his power as Warden of the North, legitimizes Ramsay and makes him a true Bolton as they arrive at Winterfell. Across the Narrow Sea, Missandei and Grey Worm deal with the sexual tension between the two of them. Ser Barristan is delivered a letter intended for Ser Jorah which pardons him as a reward for spying on Daenerys. After confronting him, Ser Barristan gives the letter to Daenerys, who orders Jorah to leave Meereen and never return, officially ending their partnership. In the Vale, Sansa reveals to a council investigating Lysa’s death her true identity and convinces the council of Littlefinger’s innocence. Outside the gate of the Vale, the Hound and Arya arrive and are informed of Lysa’s death. Meanwhile in King’s Landing, Jaime and Tyrion share one final philosophical conversation as the trial by combat looms and arrives. Prince Oberyn and the Mountain fight. Prince Oberyn lands some hits on the Mountain and is able to stab him, greatly wounding him. As the Mountain appears to be mortally wounded, Oberyn tries to get him to confess to his crimes. As Oberyn circles him however, the Mountain grabs Oberyn’s foot and before confessing to killing Elia and her children, gouges his eyes out and crushes his skull, killing him. The Mountain, then suffering from his severe injuries, collapses to the ground. Tywin rises and sentences Tyrion to death for regicide.

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Game of Thrones 4th Season: The Mountain and the Viper Part 1

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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).

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The Mountain and the Viper

“The Mountain and the Viper” is the eighth episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 38th overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Alex Graves. It aired on June 1, 2014. “The Mountain and the Viper” was watched by an estimated 7.2 million people during its first airing, making it the show’s most watched episode, along with the previous episode.

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Episode: The Mountain and the Viper (408). Date of Exhibition: June 1, 2014. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Directed by Alex Graves. Summary: The wildlings arrive in Mole’s Town and massacre the entire village. Gilly is discovered by Ygritte who spares her once she notices the infant she is holding. News of the attack reaches the Wall where Sam laments his decision to leave Gilly there, as he believes her dead. Ramsay forces Reek to masquerade as his former self, Theon Greyjoy, and orders him to get the Ironborn to surrender Moat Cailin in return for the safe return of the Ironborn to the Iron Islands. The initial leader refuses, but the Ironborn kill him in hopes of returning home. However, after they open the Moat’s gates, the Ironborn are flayed and slaughtered by Ramsay and his army. As a reward for securing the Moat, Roose, using his power as Warden of the North, legitimizes Ramsay and makes him a true Bolton as they arrive at Winterfell. Across the Narrow Sea, Missandei and Grey Worm deal with the sexual tension between the two of them. Ser Barristan is delivered a letter intended for Ser Jorah which pardons him as a reward for spying on Daenerys. After confronting him, Ser Barristan gives the letter to Daenerys, who orders Jorah to leave Meereen and never return, officially ending their partnership. In the Vale, Sansa reveals to a council investigating Lysa’s death her true identity and convinces the council of Littlefinger’s innocence. Outside the gate of the Vale, the Hound and Arya arrive and are informed of Lysa’s death. Meanwhile in King’s Landing, Jaime and Tyrion share one final philosophical conversation as the trial by combat looms and arrives. Prince Oberyn and the Mountain fight. Prince Oberyn lands some hits on the Mountain and is able to stab him, greatly wounding him. As the Mountain appears to be mortally wounded, Oberyn tries to get him to confess to his crimes. As Oberyn circles him however, the Mountain grabs Oberyn’s foot and before confessing to killing Elia and her children, gouges his eyes out and crushes his skull, killing him. The Mountain, then suffering from his severe injuries, collapses to the ground. Tywin rises and sentences Tyrion to death for regicide.

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Marvel’s The Avengers (classified under the name Marvel Avengers Assemble in the UK and Ireland), or simply The Avengers, is a 2012 American superhero film produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. It is the sixth installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is written and directed by Joss Whedon and features an ensemble cast including Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Clark Gregg, Cobie Smulders, Stellan Skarsgård and Samuel L. Jackson. In the film, Nick Fury, director of the peacekeeping organization S.H.I.E.L.D., recruits Iron Man, Captain America, the Hulk, and Thor to form a team that must stop Thor’s adoptive brother Loki from subjugating Earth.

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