The first half of this episode was essentially a bunch of errand-running, but Tyrion's trial brightened up the second half in the most depressing of ways.
We've ranked the remaining jerks of Westeros on a scale of one to five Joffreys; vote for the one you hate the most!
Plus: Damian Lewis lines up his next project and USA puts a ton of shows into development.
Plus: Sleepy Hollow casts Benjamin Franklin, Fox wants more of John Mulaney's comedy, and Game of Thrones sets another record.
In an episode that built on momentum from last week, we learned the true reason behind all this war and strife.
Last week's episode strayed from the page, so who has the upper hand now: book people or show people?
Plus: Game of Thrones continues to dominate, Yahoo! has original programming plans, and Sarah Silverman is up for some Sex.
This slow set-up episode promised that big events are just around the corner.
Geez, Game of Thrones! We're a mere three-going-on-four episodes into the season and the Seven Kingdoms are already a hectic mess.
The author has responded via his blog to the outcry from many fans upset by the difference between page and screen.
Plus: Salem opens big, Michelle Obama books another guest appearance, and Sarah Chalke heads to Amazon.
"The Lion and the Rose" was a tough act to follow, but "Breaker of Chains" did an admirable job of defining what this season is about—a murder mystery.
Plus: NBC puts a date on Maya Rudolph's variety show, Colbert will visit Letterman, and Game of Thrones sets a new record.
Plus: Do people not like Mad Men anymore?, WGN is adapting the comic Scalped, and what if the media covered the Game of Thrones shocker?
The jerks and psychos of Westeros were the focus of this outstanding and shocking episode.
The middle Stark child also promises that we needn't worry about lil' Rickon.
The fantasy epic gets a dual renewal, which means George R.R. Martin better get writin'!
Plus: Netflix hands Derek a premiere date, Nick Fury is returning to S.H.I.E.L.D., and Fox wants people to defuse trivia bombs.
"Two Swords" eased us back into the world of Westeros, and while it wasn't super eventful, it's just a thrill to have Game of Thrones back on TV.
There can only be one winner in this game; let's decide whose butt should be resting on Westeros's sharpest chair when all is said and done.