Game of Thrones: A Novel Approach to "The Prince of Winterfell"

There wasn't a lot to cheer about this week on Game of Thrones and even "The Prince of Winterfell" was overshadowed by his sister which, let's face it, isn't hard to do.

TV Fanatic's official review, by Matt Richenthal, breaks down "The Prince of Winterfell" in detail. There was plenty of deviation from the books, and in my latest edition of A Novel Approach, I examine how that worked (or didn't).

Be warned: Spoilers are ahead...

The deaths of Bran and Rickon were the catalyst to two things in the books, Robb falling in love (or having sex) and Catelyn releasing Jaime with the hopes of at least retrieving her daughters alive.

However, word hasn't even reached Robb's camp yet and the play has begun. That seems okay to me for a couple of reasons. Read More...


http://www.tvfanatic.com/2012/05/game-of-thrones-a-novel-approach-to-the-prince-of-winterfell/

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May 29, 2012 7:18AM EDT

oh well what do you expect the crew thinks only men are watching the series. so of course only naked women no naked men maybe the men are too chicken do that.

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