Game of Thrones

Season 4 Episode 10

The Children

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jun 15, 2014 on HBO
9.0
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In the Season 4 finale, Daenerys must face harsh realities; Bran learns more about his destiny; Tyrion sees the truth of his situation; and circumstances north of the Wall are altered by an unexpected arrival.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • WOW - definitely leave em wanting more

    10
    Brilliant episode - one of those "OMG WHAT!! I have to wait months now to find out the repercussions of everything that happened.. NOOOOOO!!!" kind of cliff hanger episodes.

    I have to question whether the Hound is actually dead - we did not actually see him die.

    Cannot believe how close everyone came, to getting to Sansa - Arghhhhhhh.

    Brilliant fight between Brienne and the Hound.

    Another brilliant performance from Peter Dinklage.

    Loved every second. I have not read the books and whilst I normally devour every book in sight - I have really struggled to get into the books. I will keep trying - I had the same issue with "Magician", it took me like 12 attempts to read it. I have no idea what is to come, but I believe that if they kill off Tyrion, Arya or John, I may no longer be able to watch. Sigh. Brilliant though. Wow.. Bring on April.moreless
  • The Children

    7.5
    Not a great finale, but definitely a good one. I like the emphasis on Arya, letting her have one of the final moments of the season, and I like the return of the skeleton monsters, although it was short-lived. They wrapped a lot of things prior to this episode, but it was still thoroughly entertaining.
  • i ever watched new episodes!

    5.0
    i feel enjoy
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    10
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  • Confused?

    7.0
    Have you read the books Kknight1988? Tyrion doesn't die (not for a long . Fortunately, this . series follows the story line of the books rather closely. Knowing what is coming doesn't spoil the joy at all. Quite the contrary. Unlike, the sword of truth which didn't follow the book at all, and under the dome which now seems a bit "out of story", game of thrones still has much to go on. A downside is that the producers seem to adjust to the critique of "too much nudity" and "too much violence" that Joe the Couch Potato doesn't like. This blunt and bold "show-it-all" principle was actually one of the strong points of the series. I hope it comes back in the next season.moreless
Brenock O'Connor

Brenock O'Connor

Olly

Guest Star

Ciarán Hinds

Ciarán Hinds

Mance Rayder

Guest Star

Anton Lesser

Anton Lesser

Qyburn

Guest Star

Mark Stanley

Mark Stanley

Grenn

Recurring Role

Peter Vaughan

Peter Vaughan

Maester Aemon

Recurring Role

Dominic Carter

Dominic Carter

Janos Slynt

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Mance: (inside his tent with Jon) One of our giants went into your tunnel and never came out again. Mag the Mighty.
      Jon Snow: He's dead. He killed my friend Grenn.
      Mance: He was their king. Last of a bloodline that stretches back before the first men.
      Jon Snow: Grenn came from a farm.
      Mance: (handing Jon a drink) Mac and Grenn.
      Jon Snow: Grenn and Mac.

  • NOTES (1)

    • The episode won 2 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special and Outstanding Special and Visual Effects.

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