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Game of Thrones Episode Recap, Season 4 Episode 1: Two Swords

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  1. Tomas says:

    I have the same issue having read the books already. This episode did move a bit slow, but it still ended fairly well. It’s nice to see Arya make some progress on that list of hers.

  2. David Keel says:

    Sometimes, after watching an episode, I find myself going back to a previous episode to refresh my memory about a character or plot line.

  3. Amanda B. says:

    I think Maisie Williams did a great job with that last scene–I’m all about Arya getting her revenge, but she made me start to worry about her. It was great.

    Also, when I read the books I was distressed when Tywin melted down Ice, and seeing it onscreen gave me feelings.

  4. Gram says:

    I’m just glad they recast Daario. He still doesn’t look anything like he’s described in the books, but he certainly isn’t a pretty boy either, so this is a welcome change.

  5. Lundy says:

    I suppose you could say that this episode served its purpose in leading into the latest episode, which was much more eventful. I like all GoT episodes though, so this one was great in my book.

  6. estella miller says:

    I have to binge watch starting with season . Lost!

  7. Will Landefeld says:

    Recasting is usually the beginning of the end, lets hope not.

  8. Justin Travers says:

    Welcome back Game of Thrones! It was great to see this show again after so long. This episode was okay to come back with, but I wish more things would have happened. Then again, the next episode made up for that.

  9. Heather Speaks says:

    The best part was Arya getting her revenge and Needle back.

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