_Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 2

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Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 2 none of that is enough to impress Tywin, who tears into Tyrion with one of the most bloody, heartbreaking speeches in the show's history. It's a credit to both actors; Dance delivers the words with such pain and fury and hatred that it makes Peter Dinklage's responding facial expressions, going from prideful and nervous to shattered in the course of a few simple sentences, that much more effective. It's heartbreaking for both men and somehow even more of a betrayal than that of Stannis to his closest companion, Davos Seaworth.

More than any armed combat, the battle within each man between loyalty and honour versus a lust for power is the true war at the centre of Game of Thrones, and this episode explores that directly. For two seasons and who knows how many in-show years, Dany has been adamant about two things: regaining the Iron Throne and getting her dragons back. We've seen to what lengths she'll go to get her dragons back, but how far will she go to regain the Seven Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 2 Kingdoms?

It's an interesting moral quandary (and one of the funniest scenes the show has Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 2 done with the translator, the slaver, Dany, and Jorah) and a legitimate question. Dany is a woman of high morals when it comes to pretty much everything. Just how low is she willing to stoop? How many compromises will she make? It's strange that the woman who did basically nothing in the second season except poke around Qarth and whimper about her missing dragons now may have the best potential story arc for the third season. At least it promises to be significantly more interesting (and arresting to look at).

Game of Thrones has taken massive Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 2 steps towards cranking up the show from a looks standpoint. Director Daniel Minahan doesn't do a lot of trickery this episode aside from a few very clever overhead shots and some of the dragon work, but he doesn't have to because the crew behind the scenes have chosen some of the best-looking, most-interesting filming locations available in the world. I don't know how they do it, or how much they have to sweeten things with CGI, but every location feels different from the next. You know Winterfell instantly and when you're beyond The Wall, it's obvious. I didn't know that Dany's ship was pulling into Astapor, but it has a completely different feel from Qarth, Pentos, or Vaes Dothrak. King's Landing, Dragonstone, and Pyke are as different as different can be.
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