*Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 1

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As Game of Thrones has so bluntly pointed out, the world of Westeros is not the kind of place where strangers typically offer a kind word, a helping hand or anything else for that matter, without some kind of price attached.

Most of the time, anything remotely approaching goodwill comes with the stipulation of a debt to be repaid at some later date, begging the question: Whatever happened to good, old-fashioned generosity?

So, naturally, it comes as no surprise when several of the Stark children receive a visitor or a stranger whose words don’t end in “your head on a pike” that they’re more than a little skeptical. Ever since their father Ned (permanently) relocated to King’s Landing, the world as they’ve known it has become a veritable hotbed of antagonistic behavior and people with colorful and descriptive names either trying to manipulate or kill them.

As if sensing the temperament of Bran, Sansa, Arya and, to a lesser degree, Rickon (but he seems okay to have the direwolves look after him), those who would seek audience with the Stark kids each take a different approach, with varying degrees of success, in order to offer some form of aid to the youngsters.

Once you factor in the amount of new faces that kind of look and sound like all of the old faces, it’s plain to see why Weiss and Benioff held back from checking in with every single surviving Stark in last week’s season premiere. Normally, when shows introduce new characters, it’s a sign things have taken a creative downturn, but thankfully, that’s not the case with Game of Thrones.

Natalie Dormer and Jack Gleeson in Game of Thrones Dark Wings, Dark Words

For starters, the series isn’t just introducing new characters – it’s carting them in from all seven kingdoms by the barrelful. Moreover, with a storyline as occasionally discursive as this, such additions become a necessity, and they allow for wonderful actors like Ciáran Hinds and Mackenzie Crook to hop on board and add a little spice to the otherwise chilly world beyond the Wall that so far has been moderately seasoned with Jon Snow’s pouty good looks and the sass of Ygritte.

But Orell’s white-eyed vision of dead crows is only a small aspect of a broad, but surprisingly thematically fixed second episode. ‘Dark Wings, Dark Words’ has to move as many (if not more) pieces around than ‘Valar Dohaeris,’ but there’s more sense that this portion of the journey is setting up elements that will truly impact the major players. Aside from brief glimpses at Robb’s decision to head off toward Riverrun to honor yet another dead relative and a rather grim assessment of Theon’s current circumstances, the episode primarily concerns itself with the worrisome notion of aid from heretofore unknown persons.
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