Emilia Clarke's big 'Game of Thrones' Season 3 moment is a main reason the TV series was made

Who else out there is still thinking about Daenerys' epic plot twist at the end of "Game of Thrones'" most recent episode, "And Now His Watch Is Ended"? In one of the Mother of Dragons' most unexpected moves, she ended up gaining the Unsullied as an army of free loyal men and killing the slave masters at Astapor, all without losing one of her dragons. It turns out that this epic scene was one the main reasons that "Game of Thrones'" creators wanted to make the HBO series to begin with. "The best kind of surprises aren't the ones that come out of nowhere. The best ones are where after you see it you're asking yourself, 'Why didn't I see that was coming?' I remember reading [Dany planning to give up Drogon to the slaver] and thinking, 'Oh, this is kind of disappointing,'" co-showrunner David Benioff tells Entertainment Weekly. "When the real plan was revealed...



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