Game of Thrones S4 Ep7: Mockingbird

Who is Tyrion's unexpected champion? And whose turn is it to die?

Before a hiatus for Memorial Day next week, Game of Thrones traded action for exposition to set up its final three episodes – but not before dispensing with another character.

You can read the full article on the Metro website here.

Game of Thrones season 4

4.1 Two Swords

4.2 The Lion and the Rose

4.3 Breaker of Chains

4.4 Oathbreaker

4.5 First of His Name

4.6 The Laws of Gods and Men

Season 4 previews

Trailer 1 (January 2014)

Trailer 2 (February 2014)

Trailer 3 (March 2014)

Most memorable scenes

Why we love Brienne of Tarth

Ten teasers for episode 1

Why we love to hate King Joffrey

Why we love Arya Stark

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2 Comments on Game of Thrones S4 Ep7: Mockingbird

  1. This seriously is one of the best stories ever written. The book far exceeds the show in my opinion, but they’re both phenomenal. Thanks for sharing!
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    • I think it would be hard for any TV series to live up to the books because they are just so dense (in a good way) with characters and detail that no TV show could ever hope to match it. (Equally, there are long passages of exposition that would incredibly dull if translated faithfully from page to screen.) But the job that HBO have done is indeed phenomenal – the sheer scale of ambition in terms of the number of characters and settings goes way beyond what network TV could ever hope to do.

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