2x10: Valar Morghulis
Season finale! Tywin Lannister arrives to King's Landing and is designated as a new Hand of the King. Jon prepares himself to meet Mance Rayder in order to save his own life, while Robb marries Talisa Maegyr. Daenery's dragons are still missing...
Valar Morghulis is the last episode from Game of Thrones season 2. It's named after the words said by Jaqen H'ghar to Arya after giving her a coin. If she ever goes to Braavos she must say those words and she will reach to him.
After the Battle of the Blackwater, Tyrion Lannister awakens drastically wounded but slowly healing. He's informed that he's no longer the Hand of the King as Tywin Lannister returned and took that position. No glory or awards are given to Tyrion by Joffrey and the imp becomes furious.
Meanwhile, Stannis is mad at Melisandre as he lost the battle, despite what the woman said in the past. The Lord of Light doesn't seem to be that reliable and Stannis considers his options. Back in the west, Robb must face a duty: he has to get married to one of the House Frey's women despite he's really in love with Talisa. Finally, the episode end with one of the most epic moments of the series: beyond the Wall, Sam witness a herd of white walkers. When is winter coming?
Interesting facts: did you know that Valar Morghulis meaning is "All men must die"? In the second place, the fight scene between Jon Snow and Qhorin was shooted in two consecutive days as the climate was very hostile. Finally, the scene of the white walkers was shot on a studio and despite it shows about 1000 walkers, they were actually 50. Post-production team managed to multiply each figure