GAME OF THRONES Recap: “Walk of Punishment”

By the light of R’hllor, what a fantastic hour of television — this is Game of Thrones at its best. So many scenes this week were quietly indicative of character. We didn’t need to rely on sexposition or chatter to get at the heart of things: a simple dragging of a chair spoke volumes. Even though the show jumped around again this week and visited almost everyone (giving some, like Jon and Stannis, only a few moments of time), it still felt laid-back, accessible, and not frantic in its pacing. Time spent at Riverrun and King’s Landing and even in the woods with Brienne and Jaime was slow and thoughtful, and did a lot in the way of character building. Hit the jump for why horse-part crop circles are all the rage north of the Wall. READ MORE...

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