Game of Thrones

Season 3 Episode 3

Walk of Punishment

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Apr 14, 2013 on HBO
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Episode Summary


Robb and Catelyn arrive at Riverrun for the Tully patriarch's funeral. In King's Landing, Tyrion receives new responsibilities. On their journey South, Jaime and Brienne run into trouble. North of the Wall, Jon and the wildlings reach the Fist of the First Men. And across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys meets the slavers of Astapor.

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  • Game of thrones

    Game of thrones 3x03

  • Walk Of Punishment

    Some good parts with Tyrion in tonight's episode, but I also found some parts to be a little bit tiring and boring.
  • The rites of Winter[hell]

    Rites of passage are an important part in the life of any person, it doesn't matter if its Hot Pie's first job away from Arya and Gendry, Arya's first bread in the shape of a wolf, Podrick's first time ever, the first cry of Gilly's baby or Jon's first sight of what the White Walkers consider "art".

    Rites of passage are not to take lightly, it define the person you grow up to be, whether that is a screw up like Robb's uncle, a Queen like Daenerys or a prisoner afraid of wolves like Martyn Lannister. Rites of passage can make you weaker or stronger, can make you a man or a woman, but they can't change who you really are, it can only reveal what was underneath: whether its a woman willing to die to keep her virtue or the man who unwillingly loses his hand trying to protect her.moreless
  • Mixed feelings

    This episode continues the trend of season 3 to serve a mixture of good and bad scenes in hundreds of different places, with the end result leaving any non-reader rather confused. I can't see where most of the storylines are going as of yet, and Jamie and Dany seem to be the only very interesting characters of the season. Rob and Jon as well, but we see far too little of them. The rest of this episode was a collection of uninteresting scenes, mixed with a bit of comedy. There was a real WTF moment at the end, but overall I think this could have been much better.moreless
  • Gary Lightbody - Snow Patrol

    Loved the episode, loved it even more because the lead singer for Snow Patrol was in it touch!!

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Edmure Tully: We took hostages, Willem Lannister, Martyn Lannister.
      Robb Stark: Willem and Martyn Lannister are fourteen years old.
      Brynden Tully: Martyn is fifteen, I believe.
      Robb Stark: Tywin Lannister has my sisters. Have I sued for peace?
      Edmure Tully: No.
      Robb Stark: Do you think he'll sue for peace because we have his father's brother's great-grandsons?

    • Daenerys Targaryen: Is it true what Master Kraznys told me about the Unsullied? About their obedience?
      Missandei: All questions have been taken from them. They obey, that is all. Once they are yours, they are yours. They will fall on their swords if you command it.
      Daenerys Targaryen: And what about you? You know that I'm taking you to war. You may go hungry, you may fall sick, you may be killed.
      Missandei: Valar morghulis.

      Daenerys Targaryen: Yes, all men must die. But we are not men.

    • Barristan Selmy: When your brother Rhaegar led his army into battle at the Trident, men died for him because they believed in him, because they loved him, not because they'd been bought at a slavers' auction. I fought beside the last Dragon on that day, Your Grace. I bled beside him.
      Jorah Mormont: Rhaegar fought valiantly, Rhaegar fought nobly, and Rhaegar died.

    • Jorah Mormont: There's a beast in every man and it stirs when you put a sword in his hand.

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