"Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 2

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Dark Wings, Dark Words. A foreboding title, but one that hints at the fact that this episode was more about traveling and talking than any action. Like the season premiere, Episode 2 spent its time introducing us to new denizens of Westeros and setting things up for what looks like will be a busy, action-packed season. In some ways, you can just consider this episode to be the second half of the premiere. Changing loyalties played a large part in this episode, and will remain a driving theme for the rest of the season. This week in Westeros, let's see who is doing what.

She is not having a very good time, either, ever since her son made her a prisoner. On top of this, her father just died. Cat does have the single most poignant scene in this episode, though, and one of the most touching that the strong character has provided so far. Speaking with Talisa, her new daughter-in-law, Lady Catelyn gets something big off of her chest: everything bad has happened because she was mean to Jon Snow.

When Ned Stark brought Jon home, Cat apparently prayed to the gods that he would die. She "didn't want to see those brown, stranger's eyes staring up at" her. He did contract the pox, though, and began to die. She stayed up all night praying at his bedside, overcome with guilt for condemning that "poor, innocent child to a horrible death, all because I was jealous of his mother - a woman he didn't even know." So she vowed to the gods that she would love him as a mother, invite him into the Stark family, and love him if he was allowed to live.

Well, live he did. Catelyn, however, went back on her vow, and let the boy grow up without a mother's love, openly despising his presence. "And everything that's happened since then, this horror that has come to my family, it's all because I couldn't love a motherless child." Heavy stuff.

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