Joffrey: This one’s your father. This one here. Look at it and see what happens to traitors.
Sansa: You promised to be merciful.
Joffrey: I was. I gave him a clean death. Look at him.
Sansa: Please let me go home. I won’t do any treason, I swear.
Joffrey: Mother says I’m still to marry you. So you’ll stay here and obey. Look at him!…Well?
Sansa: How long do I have to look?
Joffrey: As long as it pleases me…I’ll tell you what: I’m going to give you a present. After I raise my armies and kill your traitor brother, I’m going to give you his head as well.
Sansa: Or maybe he’ll give me yours.
The moment when he looks at her like he actually believes he will get a reaction out of her when she looks at her father’s head and the disappointment when all she says is “How long do I have to look?” is what made this scene for me. Joffrey is sick and twisted and all kinds of screwed up, but he wants a reaction, he wants feedback. Seeing Sansa be strong and not give him that was beautiful.
She was always meant to be more than someone else’s moon.
Such a wonderful scene, so foreshadowing, so many things said while unspoken.
Khal Drogo’s horse was the only reason I watched the show. I thought he was the main character, he has been in every episode… HBO fucked up big time. I can’t believe they would just kill him off like that, how fucking rude. i’ve watched all his movies since seabiscuit, he is the best actor on the show and no one else compares. this show is going to fucking blow now
The awkward moment when you saw this coming from a mile away. Not because you read the books, but because you checked Wikipedia before you got yourself invested into a show and its characters.
Four wonderful Game of Thrones sketches.
Holy crap, those are gorgeous!
Jon messed up her hair. “I will miss you, little sister.”
Suddenly she looked like she was going to cry. “I wish you were coming with us.”
“Different roads sometimes lead to the same castle. Who knows?” He was feeling better now. He was not going to let himself be sad.
Arya ran to him for a last hug. “Put down the sword first,” Jon warned her, laughing. She set it aside almost shyly and showered him with kisses.