TV Review: Game of Thrones 2.4, ‘Garden of Bones’
Obsessed with Film - What Cultur - almost 5 years
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
(WARNING: Spoilers for this episode follow)
Wow, that Joffery. What a charmer, eh? Tyrion goes to the effort of helping the kid get laid, and what does the boy do with his staff of office? Sheesh. What a little twerp. Yes, it’s another “let’s traumatize the audience” episode of Game of Thrones.
We being by unlocking Harrenhall and Qarth in the opening credits, and from there jump to a pair of soldiers talking about stuff before getting horribly killed by Robb Stark’s (Richard Madden) dire wolf. Yes, it seems that the young lad has been quite busy lately, and has won a very sound victory against the Lannister forces. Not against the Lannisters themselves, as a nurse (Oona Chaplin, and yes, she’s his granddaughter), points out. But, hey, a victory is a victory, right?
Then we have King’s Landing. Wow, that was a heck of a thing. First off, Joffery (Jack Gleeson, proving yet again that he’s a hell of an actor…at least I hope he is), threatens to kill San
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