XGame of Thrones Season 3 Episode 4

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The last episode ended with what was pretty much the best cut-to-black ever: the hand of Jaime Lannister, greatest swordsman in Westeros, being chopped off. This episode opens with a shot of Jaime being dragged around the woods with his severed hand hanging around his neck. The Kingslayer's spirit is obviously broken, and Brienne is visibly disturbed by this. There is a great chemistry and relationship between the two. Brienne takes it upon herself to keep Jaime's spirit up, obviously holding respecting for her former prisoner. She appeals to his honor to help him go on, calling him a "coward" for getting a taste of the real world, where "important things" are constantly taken from people, and then whining about it. Jaime submits and begins to eat. It appears that Brienne may end up being the Kingslayer's savior after all.The last episode ended with what was pretty much the best cut-to-black ever: the hand of Jaime Lannister, greatest swordsman in Westeros, being chopped off. This episode opens with a shot of Jaime being dragged around the woods with his severed hand hanging around his neck. The Kingslayer's spirit is obviously broken, and Brienne is visibly disturbed by this. There is a great chemistry and relationship between the two. Brienne takes it upon herself to keep Jaime's spirit up, obviously holding respecting for her former prisoner. She appeals to his honor to help him go on, calling him a "coward" for getting a taste of the real world, where "important things" are constantly taken from people, and then whining about it. Jaime submits and begins to eat. It appears that Brienne may end up being the Kingslayer's savior after all.The last episode ended with what was pretty much the best cut-to-black ever: the hand of Jaime Lannister, greatest swordsman in Westeros, being chopped off. This episode opens with a shot of Jaime being dragged around the woods with his severed hand hanging around his neck. The Kingslayer's spirit is obviously broken, and Brienne is visibly disturbed by this. There is a great chemistry and relationship between the two. Brienne takes it upon herself to keep Jaime's spirit up, obviously holding respecting for her former prisoner. She appeals to his honor to help him go on, calling him a "coward" for getting a taste of the real world, where "important things" are constantly taken from people, and then whining about it. Jaime submits and begins to eat. It appears that Brienne may end up being the Kingslayer's savior after all.The last episode ended with what was pretty much the best cut-to-black ever: the hand of Jaime Lannister, greatest swordsman in Westeros, being chopped off. This episode opens with a shot of Jaime being dragged around the woods with his severed hand hanging around his neck. The Kingslayer's spirit is obviously broken, and Brienne is visibly disturbed by this. There is a great chemistry and relationship between the two. Brienne takes it upon herself to keep Jaime's spirit up, obviously holding respecting for her former prisoner. She appeals to his honor to help him go on, calling him a "coward" for getting a taste of the real world, where "important things" are constantly taken from people, and then whining about it. Jaime submits and begins to eat. It appears that Brienne may end up being the Kingslayer's savior after all.The last episode ended with what was pretty much the best cut-to-black ever: the hand of Jaime Lannister, greatest swordsman in Westeros, being chopped off. This episode opens with a shot of Jaime being dragged around the woods with his severed hand hanging around his neck. The Kingslayer's spirit is obviously broken, and Brienne is visibly disturbed by this. There is a great chemistry and relationship between the two. Brienne takes it upon herself to keep Jaime's spirit up, obviously holding respecting for her former prisoner. She appeals to his honor to help him go on, calling him a "coward" for getting a taste of the real world, where "important things" are constantly taken from people, and then whining about it. Jaime submits and begins to eat. It appears that Brienne may end up being the Kingslayer's savior after all.The last episode ended with what was pretty much the best cut-to-black ever: the hand of Jaime Lannister, greatest swordsman in Westeros, being chopped off. This episode opens with a shot of Jaime being dragged around the woods with his severed hand hanging around his neck. The Kingslayer's spirit is obviously broken, and Brienne is visibly disturbed by this. There is a great chemistry and relationship between the two. Brienne takes it upon herself to keep Jaime's spirit up, obviously holding respecting for her former prisoner. She appeals to his honor to help him go on, calling him a "coward" for getting a taste of the real world, where "important things" are constantly taken from people, and then whining about it. Jaime submits and begins to eat. It appears that Brienne may end up being the Kingslayer's savior after all.The last episode ended with what was pretty much the best cut-to-black ever: the hand of Jaime Lannister, greatest swordsman in Westeros, being chopped off. This episode opens with a shot of Jaime being dragged around the woods with his severed hand hanging around his neck. The Kingslayer's spirit is obviously broken, and Brienne is visibly disturbed by this. There is a great chemistry and relationship between the two. Brienne takes it upon herself to keep Jaime's spirit up, obviously holding respecting for her former prisoner. She appeals to his honor to help him go on, calling him a "coward" for getting a taste of the real world, where "important things" are constantly taken from people, and then whining about it. Jaime submits and begins to eat. It appears that Brienne may end up being the Kingslayer's savior after all.
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