<Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 5

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The scene between the Queen of Thorns and Tyrion was yet another lovely illustration of the Tyrell’s rather more skilled approach to managing the public than their Lannister counterparts, and a nice juxtaposition to the Lannister family gathering. It’s nice to see the chess pieces move, and not just the blades fly.

But forget King’s Landing. Things will get more interesting there soon enough.

Let’s fly south—south, but mostly east, past the Free Cities to Slaver’s Bay, where Daenerys Targaryen is trying still to make free men of the Unsullied. She is Khaleesi now of a horseless army of unmanned men whose brutal training has left them only part human.

More interesting than her efforts are the squabbling of Jorah Mormont and Ser Barristan Selmy, who reminds Jorah that back in Westeros he’s a disgraced man—an exile, banned for his selling of slaves in a land where slavery is outlawed. Selmy doesn’t quite say as much, but he suggests that perhaps Jorah’s days as Dany’s right-hand-man are limited.

Unsurprisingly, Jorah seems to disagree.

I’m still wondering where this all goes given the very different way the show has handled the matter.

Wherever it goes, I’ll be watching. I’m firmly under the show’s spell at this point, whether in the icy north or the dusty sun of Slaver’s Bay. HBO has brought life many of the characters from the books who felt too flat, and have stayed true to the characters who were already fleshed out in the books. I do think the north is suffering a bit from neglect at this point, and has been for some time, but I have faith that much of that will change either in the second half of this season, or in Season 4.

Either way, this is television not to be missed. It’s quickly becoming one of my top shows of all time, right up there with Breaking Bad as dramas nobody should have the misfortune of missing.

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