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'Game Of Thrones' - 'Two Swords': Fear Is Strong And Love's For Everyone Who Isn't Me

By TK | TV Reviews | April 7, 2014 | Comments ()


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There was a casual, almost languid pacing to “Two Swords”, the Season Four premiere of Game Of Thrones. It was a solid episode that re-introduced us to our favorite — and not-so-favorite — characters, as well as brought us up to speed on a few new ones. After the tumult of the past few seasons, it helped to re-center the series, allowing us to catch up to each character and locale, while also setting the stage for the next round of machinations and turmoil.

It began in King’s Landing, where the Lannisters, despite their gruesome victory over the Starks, remain ill at ease, mostly for reasons of their own creation. Tywin prepares a new sword for Jaime, one forged out of stolen steel and the creatures of dying houses, a gift for the man he hoped his son would become. Yet as is always the case, his children never quite live up to his expectations, and Jaime refuses his offer to return to Casterly Rock. Jaime is a man without purpose now — spurned by his sister, loathed by his bastard son (who has somehow gotten even more despicable), disdained by his father, a swordsman without a hand and a lord without a home. Yet there’s still a lingering nobility to him, and he chooses to manifest it in his stubborn determination to remain a member of the King’s Guard. For Jaime, duty is all that he has left — family, honor, friendship, love — all of those things elude him, and thus a return to his old post is all he can do.

As for Tyrion, he remains at odds the new life forced upon him by his father. The new Master of Coin is flailing, trying to find his footing — his floundering attempts at diplomacy with the Dornishmen fail miserably (much to the wry Bronn’s glee), and his wife, Sansa, is a hollow shell of a woman. It’s one of the show’s most fitting and cruelest ironies, that Tyrion, the great whoremaster, would be cursed with a bride who loathes his family so vehemently that she could never bear his touch, much less endure his love. Yet Tyrion remains faithful to a woman who could never have any faith in him, while the woman he loves (loved? We can no longer tell) is forced to serve his bride. Shae’s frustrations are turning bitter with each rejected advance, and yet that may well be the least of their problems, as Cersei’s spies linger at every corner.

Tyrion’s greatest obstacle may be the show’s newest character, Oberyn Martell (known in the books as the Red Viper), played absolutely perfectly by Pedro Pascal. We met him in one of Littlefinger’s houses, a man of seductive grace whose sexual appetites appear to be matched only by that of his paramour, Ellaria (Indira Varma). Yet there is a red-hot fury that boils beneath that slithering sensuality, and his brief talk with Tyrion — after mutilating an unsuspecting Lannister bannerman — threatens to bring it raging to the surface. As is often the case, one-on-one encounters with Tyrion are frequently the highlight of a given episode, and this one was no exception. While Tyrion was clearly off-balance, there’s a confidence to Oberyn, a determination that is made even more apparent when he talks of the slaughter of the children of his House, of the horrors committed by the Mountain. Oberyn is here for more than a wedding, one must suspect, and that hunger for vengeance is a terrible and sinister beast lurking within him.

Far away from King’s Landing, trouble continues to brew at the Wall. Jon Snow has grown — as a man, as a soldier, as a Brother of the Night’s Watch, and that growth, that newfound sense of purpose, is what ultimately saves him when he stands trial. It is no small thing to admit the acts that he has committed, and it is only his singular sense of duty and honor that enables him to stare into the faces of his judges, to throw back their accusations and anger. Kit Harrington has always been the weakest of the Stark family actors, yet now that he’s allowed to abandon the persona of the uncertain, lost youngster, he suddenly appeared far more at ease in his role. On the other side of the wall, we found Ygritte and Tormund, warriors in Mance Rayder’s wildling army, conflicted with each other over the treachery of Snow, but also with their new “allies”, the horrific Thenns. Interestingly, the depiction of the Thenns is rather at odds with those of the books — here, they are a tribe of nightmares, scarred and feral and full of grinning menace, eaters of human flesh and trusted by no one, the wildest of Wildlings.

At the other end of the world, across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys Targaryen and her army continue their march, now headed towards Meereen, the great slave city. This was the most jarring sequence, mostly because of Daario 2.0, as the original actor was replaced by Michael Huisman, who is totally different not only in appearance, but also in delivery. It was at first a little off-putting, but his final scene, wherein he deftly charmed a caustically miffed Dany, quickly endeared me to him. As for Daenerys herself, she actually got to be a little playful in this episode, tolerating none of the silliness of Daario and Grey Worm, and using their cockiness as grounds for punishment. Yet we remember, at the end, that her mission is one of horrible purpose, as she finds the road to Meereen lined with crucified corpses. It will not deter her, however, and Emilia Clarke continues to improve, to show Dany as more and more of a queen as time goes on, standing unflinching in the face of such grim deterrents. Dany’s greatest challenge may well be her own children, as her dragons have grown huge and terrifying, creatures who seek her touch one moment, and scream in anger at it in the next.

We closed with the best vignette of the episode and the one that likely was the most anticipated, that of Arya and The Hound. Of all the unlikely pairings that this show has offered over the past three seasons, this is the one that is most unexpected, and yet there’s some absolutely wonderful chemistry between Maisie Williams and the massive Rory McCann. Arya realizes that for now she must remain with him, and yet as we quickly see, she’s not exactly helpless, either. The final scene in the tavern was one that built up gloriously — you could feel the impending violence, as Sandor Clegane stared with empty eyes at the swaggering, arrogant Polliver, as Arya sat at his side, seething silently at every snide remark. And when the Hound finally showed his hand, cursing the king, the room exploded. The Hound fought with such unbridled and unrivaled savagery that to witness him was to witness a veritable force of nature, punching, kicking, stabbing, snapping bones and skulls. Yet despite all of his menace and all of the chaos that he wrought, it was Arya who was the most chilling. There was nothing but a cold, detached hatred in her as she faced Polliver. Giving his words back to him as she reclaimed Needle, she paid him in kind for his cruelties, and she never blinked. And it was capped off with a strange, satisfying charm (horses and chickens for everyone!) as they rode off to whatever’s next.

“The Two Swords” was a stage-setting, and a marvelous one at that. As with so many episodes, the writers and directors manage to cram a ridiculous amount of activity into an all-too-short hour — we didn’t even touch on Sansa and her meeting with the sad drunk Ser Dontas, who tried to give away what little honor he had left, or the fantastic meeting between Brienne, Margaery and the always-amazing Queen Of Thorns. But there will be time for them, for one of the show’s greatest strengths is that it neglects none of its characters, be they doomed or destined for greatness. And so, we returned to this vast, complex, dangerous world, rejoining the ones we loved and hated, and meeting newcomers as well, watching as new plots and schemes unfold as they march once more towards uncertain futures.

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  • I really liked the softening in relationship between Jaime and Brienne. When Brienne is challenging him to protect Sansa the change in chemistry between Jaime and Brynn was very evident. He still had a little quip about her appearance, but those two clearly respect each other at this point. I have a hard time thinking many people could admonish Jaime like that and get away with it. It was a nice touch. It does make me wonder if some of it is the well publicized friendship between most of the cast. I think that's why even the "enemy" characters still have such amazing chemistry between them.

  • cruzzercruz

    The new Daario is just so jarring. It isn't just the fact that he's the visual opposite of the first one, but that he is just a totally different character now. He was arrogant and seemingly manipulative of Dany, who seemed to drool over him. I was convinced he'd be a major negative influence on her. But now he's less aggressive and more playful, and she seems to be actively trying to deflect his charm. It's probably a better decision character wise, but it's just a completely inexplicable shift in dynamic and character in between seasons.

  • Ozioma

    You know what truly killed me this episode?

    The very beginning, where Tywin Lannister melts down Ned Stark's ancestral sword and then tosses his wolf pelt into the fire as the orchestra plays 'The Rains of Castamere.'

    It was like fucking war flashbacks to the Red Wedding. Fuck you Tywin Lannister, you awful brilliant fucker.

  • Bibliophile

    I believe my exact words spoken aloud to my empty living room were, "Tywin, you motherfucker."

  • I didn't think anything could top the Tywin and Arya show from season 2, but Arya and the Hound are PERFECTION.

  • space_oddity

    Probably my favorite little bit from last night: https://24.media.tumblr.com/65...

  • Brenton

    Anyone else bothered by how big the hand is?

  • space_oddity

    Great start to the season. I realize they needed to do this, but some of it seemed really 'splainy to me. Lots of people talking about their motivations, which I guess took me out of it a bit?

    So glad Arya is back with Needle.

  • Tinkerville

    Thank the Seven for the new Daario. The last one constantly grated on my nerves for reasons I'm not even entirely sure of-- I think he was just far too over the top in every way. This one feels much more believable.

  • Stephanie

    I'm SO glad to see Jerome Flynn back. I didn't see him listed on imdb so I was worried they'd just write Bronn off this season.

  • John W

    That final scene with Arya and the Hound was the shit. I can't be the only one who screamed F*CK YEAH! after it was over.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Mm...kind of awesome, but also kind of 'eeks, Arya is definitely going the remorseless killer route.'

  • Bert_McGurt

    My only sticking point to what was otherwise a fantastic episode - they MELTED DOWN Ice, a Valyrian Steel sword, and CAST it into two new shapes? Who is this guy Tywin brought from Volantis, and what did he do with the REAL swordsmith?

  • Brenton

    Thank you. Very annoying to watch that - and it's not like forging would have been less dramatic.

  • Emran Huq

    Tywin explained to Jaime that there were only three living swordsmith who could work on valyrian steel; and the best one was in Volantis, which was where Tywin had summoned him from. I would assume the original smith who had forged Ice had been long dead (given Ice used to be the greatsword and an heirloom of the Stark family)

  • Bert_McGurt

    No, what I mean is that any swordsmith worth his salt would never CAST a steel sword. Steel swords are forged. Particularly Valyrian steel, which is the GOT-analogue to Damascus steel (photo below). Old-time Damascus was likely made by a process known today as pattern welding, where many thin rods of steel, of different carbon contents are welded together, then folded over and re-drawn repeatedly to improve both the strength and the edge-holding capabilities of the blade. If you took a Damascus blade, melted it, and cast it into an SSO (sword-shaped object), the lines would disappear and you'd have a dull grey lump of steel.

    A cast sword (particularly one made in an one-sided mold) would be extremely brittle and have wonky strength and hardness properties due to the varied rate of cooling that each side of the new swords would undergo. In actual fact it'd probably warp as it cooled.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    the sword equivalent of making puff pastry? How fascinating.

  • Bert_McGurt

    Kind of, yeah! One of my blacksmith friends and I are hoping to attempt making some Damascus blades this summer, so I should be even MORE insufferablly nitpicky next season.

    The kicker is, I know GOT has a very talented armourer on staff, both from seeing his work in action and from the vignettes they've run in the past. He must have been beside himself watching that scene.

  • Maddy

    I rolled my eyed when it seemed we were in a brothel within the first 10 minutes. And the full frontal lady nudity is apparently equivalent to like a bit of exposed man chest. I mean, if you're going to do it, and you're going to show bisexual characters, at least show all of it. It still annoys me how they pretend that they're so daring and progressive with their sex scenes, but they still conform to such heteronormative tropes. I think I might be overthinking this, but whatever. Equal opportunity nudity!

  • narfna

    Maybe the men on the show are sensitive about showing their pee-pees. The poor babies. But I would settle for more butts!

  • Fabius_Maximus

    A very good episode.

    Pedro Pascal is indeed perfect. I'm not too sure about Varma yet, though I expected Ellaria to kill the Lannister soldier after he called her a whore.

    The new Daario is still too bland.

  • Joanna Chojnacka

    Yup to both. I've been disappointed with Daario since 1.0 (was blue hair and gold teeth really so impossible?), but this one is even worse. He's supposed to be a beautiful, blond, crass version of Drogo (including massive frame) :( :( booooo

  • Tanuccio

    "his floundering attempts at democracy with the Dornishmen fail miserably" ... I believe you meant Diplomacy

  • Christine Walsh

    The scene were Joffery is being his usual charming self with Jamie, in my head I was like jasus do you not have a good relationship with anyone not even your uncle.... wait a minute actually now that I think about it that is your father, a case of having all the information but for some reason I don't instantly make the connection when I see them together. It would be great in this season
    if they played up on that twisted dynamic.

    I am a bit uneasy about this whole storyline of Dany not being able to control her dragons, aren't they what makes her such an interesting and powerful force? And now all of a sudden we need to fear what they may do to her, do not like!

    Kudos on the spoiler free zone by the way, I live in fear of book spoilers.

  • Re: dragons. That you 'do not like!' might be the point, from a dramatic perspective. It makes things more interesting, doesn't it? Not knowing whether they will be there?

  • Ben

    God I'm so glad to have this show back.
    'Ary and The Hound feel like their gonna be the new Brien and Jamie for this season. Also loving the new Fabio dude with Danny, he's more of a dashing rougish charm rather then 'the most beautifull man in ze cosmos!' vibe that the last one had.

  • cox

    i came kinda lukewarm to this, since im not on board with some directions the story is going, and getting a bit weary of GRRM apparent disregard for fans, and stuff. HOWEVER. that premier brought me totally back with the awesomeness of prince Martell. thats how you fucking introduce a character.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    I'm vaguely recalling the tragic backstory behind 'The Rains of Castamere' but why was Oberyn so pissed when he heard a Lannister bannerman singing it?

    I may have missed something in that scene.

  • The literal backstory to Rains of Castamere has nothing to do with House Martell; Oberyn was simply reacting to the fact that it announced that Lannister men were around. Maybe he was playing out the metaphor of sticking something hard into someone, since the Lannister men killed his erection? :3

  • Aaron Schulz

    I would think the potential for violence wouldve spurred him on, i imagine that whore and pimp got a good jamming.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    That pimp was the same guy who seduced Ser Loras in previous season, yes?

  • Kala

    I believe it was. It would also make sense, as Littlefinger (if memory serves) was the one who blew the whistle on the Loras/Sansa betrothal to the Lannisters.

  • Bert_McGurt

    I'm pretty sure you're correct.

  • Merski

    I don't think there's any deeper reason to it than the fact that he absolutely loathes the Lannisters, and this song is rubbing salt into the wound of having lost his sister. It was rather straightforward, I thought.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    Oh, thanks. I initially thought the song itself was of personal significance to him, maybe it was the last thing his sister heard before being killed, similar to the Starks, and the bannermen were deliberately singing to provoke him.

    But nope, apparently they were just jollying the Lannister's theme song and were unlucky enough to be within Oberyn's earshot.

  • Maddy

    Yep - it's pretty much the Lannister theme song. I'm not sure they exactly did a great job of explaining that backstory this episode, but maybe I'm underestimating how much viewers pay attention.

  • MissElvira

    I try to watch as though I haven't read the books. When I heard The Rains of Castermere start up, I got chills. PTSD.

  • Maddy

    Me too. Way too soon HBO.

  • MissElvira

    I've got music graduate friend who keeps complaining that the music is anachronistic, and the singing too good for ordinary soldiers.

  • AngelenoEwok

    The lead singer of Snow Patrol guest starred last season as one of the Bolton bannermen singing The Bear and the Maiden Fair.

  • MissElvira

    "Watered-down Coldplay, which is watered-down Radiohead." Yeah, no. That didn't help. I consider it a major coup he likes the show at all.

  • Anachronistic? How do your friends know what music sounded like in real-life Westeros in the year No Year Specified?

  • Maddy

    Not as bad as the people who complained that the musicians for the Red Wedding were too good because in the books they were bad musicians and that's how Catelyn knew something was off. I mean, obviously some things just don't work on screen. The way they incorporated the instrumental of the song in that episode was amazing.

  • The_Ghost_of_Bo_Crowder

    One of Coldplay was in there. At least they tried.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Tell your friend to quit being so pretentious and relax.

  • Maddy

    I'm not entirely sold on the Red Viper yet to be honest, but I think I'm in love with Ellaria Sand. I hope she gets more to do.

  • Angie Ramos

    Thank you Pedro Pascal for absolutely KILLING it as the Red Viper! So looking forward to seeing more of him this season :D Same goes for Daario 2.0 ;)

  • Afferbeck

    To whom is the second sword going to be presented? I would guess a wedding gift to Joffrey.

  • Well, it did appear to be a tinier sword, and considering Joffrey's character and behavior, a tiny sword might be fitting.

  • Do not tempt the would-be spoilers! TK will kill us all.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    Nope, that counts as a spoiler. Deleted. -TK

  • Maddy

    Cersei complaining about how hard her life is made me mad. FFS. I felt bad for Jaime, and then I realised I was feeling bad for a guy who wants to sleep with his sister.

  • That's how great his character is. His sister is refusing to have sex with him and instead of thinking, "Well thank GOD" I'm actually bummed for him. And also thinking - Jamie, we're not related. Call me!

  • Debra Kessing

    Jaimie is at least changing now. I wanted to punch Cersei in that scene too. I often change my most hated show character - it is now only between Joff & his mother (the third one died.. woohoo)

  • Maddy

    I mean, compared to everyone else on this show, your problems don't even rate. You don't get to complain about problems that ARE LARGELY OF YOUR OWN MAKING. Book Cersei at least wasn't this self pitying. I just need Jaime and Brienne to hook up! Can't he see she is clearly way more awesome

  • Aaron Schulz

    And like he said, she has the hair and the attitude of a lannister, thats his wheel house! Their children would have the meanest little kid insult arguments

  • Aaron Schulz

    In his defense, his sisters a pretty hot sociopath. And he clearly is trying to atone, you can feel bad for him.

  • Maddy

    I could watch Jaime waving his golden hand forever. That cracked me up.

    Also Sansa not giving a fuck about Tyrion trying to comfort her was the best and I just want to give her hugs.

    All the Hound's lines this episode were gold. Maester Aemon was hilarious, and I really liked Kit Harington this episode.

  • Maddy

    Why are they depicting Shae as this nagging girlfriend? It irks me. For a supposedly street smart character, this jealousy of Sansa makes no sense. I didn't like it last season and I don't like it now. I see what you're doing HBO and I don't like it.

  • I'm pretty sure I can see where they're going with Shae, but on my end I care less about Shae herself than the material she generates for Peter Dinklage, and that material, I think is gonna turn out pretty good.

  • Kala

    The character of Shae has hit a brick wall. I really don't see what else the writers could do with the broad other than get rid of her. They will try to make it sad, but girlfriend has been obnoxiously pouting for so long now, I can't imagine feeling anything other than relief. Especially since the Tyrion/Sansa relationship can go in so many interesting directions.

  • This. For reasons from the books.

  • Maddy

    In the books Tyrion was the one who was into her way more than she was into him. I mean, in the show Shae feels sympathy for Sansa, but now she is jealous of Sansa and Tyrion even though they clearly had no choice in the marriage and they don't even speak to each other? This has worrying implications

  • You might give this part of the book another read through. Even though this differs, the basic nature of her behavior is consistent. I'll say no more, because we all love the comments overlord.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I haven't read the books, and I still have never liked it.

  • Maddy

    I find most of their scenes pretty unbearable to be honest. I liked their scene after the Blackwater episode, but that's about it.

  • PDamian

    I so desperately want an Arya-and-Hound show. Such a strange relationship, yet so much charisma, and a true connection between the two actors. Maisie Williams just goes from strength to strength, and I can't imaging anyone playing the Hound as well as Rory McCann does, combining pathos AND ferocity. My favorite exchange:

    Arya: "Lots of people name their swords."
    Hound: "Lots of c**ts."

    Silly aside: as Arya and the Hound rode away, the latter munching on chicken, I imagined one or both of them thinking, "Leeeeeroooooooyyyy JEN-kiiinnns! ... At least I got chicken."

    Looking forward to next week's wedding. This oughta be good.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    That brief exchange between Oberyn and Bronn was priceless. Great timing, it's almost as if a new bromance had just blossomed in an instant.

    And when Jamie (Jaimie? Jaime?) said Brienne could be a Lannister was he flirting with her or did my eyes and ears deceive me?

  • it's "Jaime" in the books :)

  • One of my favorite things is the tweaking of conventions, and so the deep bond between Jaime and Brienne can exist as asexual but no less powerful. It ennobles both characters, which is important for Jaime and makes Brienne even better.

    Bronn and Oberyn display the no-fear-of-death bravado of warriors who enjoy the game and the trappings. Fantastic little moment. Will that moment reward something later this season between these two, as clearly Tyrion (and Bronn) both empathizes with Oberyn's mis-treatment by Tywin and knows he has to play all sides to survive.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Yeah. I kinda hate "shipping" where no "shipping' is necessary or a positive development. But then again, I'm that way in real life too.

  • Maddy

    Wishful thinking. I too want Jaime and Brienne to hook up. Except Brienne is clearly way too good for Jaime.

  • Debra Kessing

    it could have been flirting up until he said she had the hair to be a Lannister but not the looks LOL
    Bronn is priceless, full stop.

  • That could just be Jaime for flirting. I mean, he's only had Cersei to practice with and she is not a kind lady.

  • Kala

    1. I know a lot of people are swooning over Oberyn, but when I saw Elaria Sands, I actually yelled, "Hey, it's my girlfriend!" I had no idea Indira Varma joined the cast. She is so damn beautiful, it hurts me.

    2. I am thrilled to bits that we got a new Daario. Last season's was pretty in that obnoxious 'romance book cover' way. Between that and the haughtiness, he was the anti-sexy. Daario 2.0 seems like someone who could actually turn Dany's head, as shown in the flower scene.

    3. Glad for the return of Asha Greyjoy. Theon is AWFUL, but holy cow, the torture has been awful enough that I'm ready for the bastard to be rescued.

    4. Arya and The Hound peeking through bushes while exchanging bitter barbs will probably be the highlight of my week.

  • vic

    Re: #3 - When was Asha (a.k.a. Yara) in the episode? I was doing one or two things while I was watching, so maybe I missed her?

  • mswas

    I think there was a glimpse in the preview for next week...

  • Kala

    Crap. You know what? I watched the previous season's finale just before the premiere, so I'm thinking that I mentally smushed the two episodes in my brainmeats. That was a derp on my part.

  • "What the fuck's a Lommy?" made me actually laugh out loud.

  • Bibliophile

    Me too!

  • Debra Kessing

    agree very muchly with #'s 2 and 4 :)

  • The_Ghost_of_Bo_Crowder

    She was gorgeous in Rome. She's even better looking now.

    Pitch perfect casting for the Dornish contingent by the looks of it.

  • Ack, now I have to watch Rome. [I knew that, but felt I could take my time. After Luther, I was excited to see her in this, and now she's moving up my list.] Bunk in, I will be.

  • The_Ghost_of_Bo_Crowder

    Currently on a rewatch. It's quality telly.

  • PDamian

    I too am glad we got a Daario 2.0. I'm just not entirely convinced that Michel Huisman is the right choice.

  • MissAmynae

    Indira Varma was who I saw in my head while reading the books. Just perfection.

  • Aaron Schulz

    Excellent list, id also add that i want more episodes of the Jaimie and Brienne show. How they manage to have such awesome back and forth is beyond me.

  • Kala

    I want them to be besties. Forever.

  • Bert_McGurt

    They're Jamie and Brienne, they're Jamie and Brienne,
    One is a giant, the other's lost a hand...

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Brienne, are you mudering what I'm murdering?

  • lonolove

    The only thing missing from this episode was a reaction shot of the Hound after witnessing Arya's cold bloodedness. Would he be proud or horrified at what this child has become?

  • I think the fact that he gave her a pony says it all.

  • Aaron Schulz

    I think it would be exasperated that it took so long for her to realize how the world works. If i ever have to kill someone for killing a friend i really hope i remember the last things he said so i can repeat them.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    Maisie Williams went full Samuel L. Jackson in that scene and absolutely killed it, pun very much intended.

  • Aaron Schulz

    HOLY CRAP that last scene is fucking brutal, Arya and the Hound needs to be a traveling murder show. Pedro plays the Viper so snakey and gross, thats some of the best casting ive seen so far. The fact that i have to wait a week for more is a crime on par with human trafficking.

  • PDamian

    I'm purely LOVING Pedro Pascal as Oberyn. Looking forward to that big sword fight that was featured all too briefly in all the show teasers and previews.

  • Aaron Schulz

    The spear twirly one? Yeah its good, if it lives up to the books, and i have no reason to think it wont, it will be awesome.

  • Hellllo, Pedro Pascal.

  • Bibliophile

    A great introduction to a favorite character of mine from the books. In a matter of minutes, you know this man's carnality is matched only by his brutality. I can't wait for this season to play out!

  • Ozioma

    Helllooo, Pedro AND Indira.

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