<Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 4

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This episode seems to be working quite hard to make us begin feeling sympathetic towards Theon. After what he did to Winterfell and those two orphan boys, three episodes of torture seemed like a fitting punishment. Here, though, he begins to break down and you start to see him as a young man struggling to appease his father. While we will not forgive him for what he did at Winterfell, you do feel for him when he tells his false savior, "My real father died in King's Landing. I made a choice, and I chose wrong, and now I've burned everything down." When he was thrust back into the torture chamber, it was a bit more difficult to be so enthusiastic about it.
This episode seems to be working quite hard to make us begin feeling sympathetic towards Theon. After what he did to Winterfell and those two orphan boys, three episodes of torture seemed like a fitting punishment. Here, though, he begins to break down and you start to see him as a young man struggling to appease his father. While we will not forgive him for what he did at Winterfell, you do feel for him when he tells his false savior, "My real father died in King's Landing. I made a choice, and I chose wrong, and now I've burned everything down." When he was thrust back into the torture chamber, it was a bit more difficult to be so enthusiastic about it.
This episode seems to be working quite hard to make us begin feeling sympathetic towards Theon. After what he did to Winterfell and those two orphan boys, three episodes of torture seemed like a fitting punishment. Here, though, he begins to break down and you start to see him as a young man struggling to appease his father. While we will not forgive him for what he did at Winterfell, you do feel for him when he tells his false savior, "My real father died in King's Landing. I made a choice, and I chose wrong, and now I've burned everything down." When he was thrust back into the torture chamber, it was a bit more difficult to be so enthusiastic about it.
This episode seems to be working quite hard to make us begin feeling sympathetic towards Theon. After what he did to Winterfell and those two orphan boys, three episodes of torture seemed like a fitting punishment. Here, though, he begins to break down and you start to see him as a young man struggling to appease his father. While we will not forgive him for what he did at Winterfell, you do feel for him when he tells his false savior, "My real father died in King's Landing. I made a choice, and I chose wrong, and now I've burned everything down." When he was thrust back into the torture chamber, it was a bit more difficult to be so enthusiastic about it.
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