Dany exchanges gifts with a slave lord; Sansa worries about her prospects; Shae is irritated with Tyrion's new situation; Tywin counsels the king; Melisandre reveals a secret; Brienne faces a formidable foe.
I know that I’ve been promising action every week on Game of Thrones for the last few (like Winter, it is coming!), and while “The Bear and the Maiden Fair” delivered some towards the end, the rest of the episode was fraught with rich character building a more
Romance abounds again on Game of Thrones—well, romance and a little ménage à trois action during a reprieve from being tortured. That’s right, Theon’s arc has some movement and even if the movement is primarily in his pants I’ll take it. He is momentarily more
We've now come to expect A Song of Ice and Fire author George R. R. Martin to write one episode per season. Last year, he gave us the truly excellent "Blackwater," but "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" was less of an event-episode and more like the chapter h more
Relationships are the key to a great episode penned by the man himself, George R.R. Martin. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/game-of-thrones-the-bear-and-the-maiden-fair-review-taking-it-to-the-next-level-136824691669/
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the heir of Winterfell in a baby carriage!
Or is it first come chains, then comes very grudging respect, then comes rescuing your beloved from a bear pit?
Love unspools in many ways in Westeros, as l more
Winter is coming to the realm, but there were already plenty of cold feet this week on " The Bear and the Maiden Fair ." Tyrion tried to elicit some empathy from Bronn, but he nor many other men I imagine, would really sit brooding over having to marry Sa more