you may be as different as the sun and the moon, but the same blood flows through both your hearts.
Maybe it’ll come up…er, soon?
They got sort of close in the second episode where both Ellaria and Oberyn mentioned how women and children (and bastard children) are treated differently in Dorne. Their cultural differences definitely need more than info dump during a verbal sparring match with Lannisters though.
Thank you kindly (and truly and deeply)!
Sorry, it should have been up hours ago, but I’m having a surprise! slightly hellish week.
|Song: Episode 31: The Lion and the Rose|
|Artist: Fat Pink Cast|
|Album: Fat Pink Cast|
|Played: 38 times.|
Come one, come all, to the event of the season; it’s time for Clue: Westerosi edition! Join us as we bid farewell to dear sweet
Joffrey Jack Gleeson, chat about what the hell’s going on with Team Dragonstone, reminisce about a beautiful wedding, and try to suss out whodunit.
BOOK SPOILERS BEGIN AT: 1:22:28—1:34:00
HERE’S WHAT YOU MISSED LAST TIME AROUND:
WHAT’S UP NEXT
Episode 32: Breaker of Chains written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss
Episodes recorded the Monday after and uploaded on Thursday or Friday.
The “Bleeding Yew” Tree of Nevern
This Yew tree ‘bleeds’ an unidentifiable red liquid that has baffled scientists and arborist for years. The legend states that a man was hung from this tree and it has been bleeding ever since. It also states that the tree will continue to bleed until a Welshman sits on the throne in Nevern Castle.
"Kings" + Final Words
"There is only one hell, princess. The one we live in now.”
Of all those at the high table, only Sansa Stark was not smiling. If truth be told, the Stark girl’s eyes were far away, as if she had not even seen the ludicrous riders loping toward her.