Game Of Thrones S5 Ep6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken was one of Game of Thrones’ least action-filled episodes, focussing on the web of deceit, half-truths and political intrigue surrounding the Lannister and Stark families.

You can read my full review of episode six of Game of Thrones on the Metro website here.

Game of Thrones s5e6 Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken HBO

Game of Thrones season 5

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5.1 The Wars to Come

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5.2 The House of Black and White

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5.3 High Sparrow

5.4 preview

5.4 Sons of the Harpy

5.5 Kill the Boy

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1 Comment on Game Of Thrones S5 Ep6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

  1. I’m fast losing patience with this series of GoT. The pace has been at a crawl, some strands (Arya’s especially) as dull as ditch water and new elements such as The Sand Snakes are farcical. It’s also lost any lightness (bar the ‘cock merchant’ gag) and the Sansa rape was just nasty. It feels as if I’m watching just because I have been watching it, not because I really want to.

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