3x9: The Rains of Castamere

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Robb and his people prepare themselves for the grand wedding, while Arya keeps getting closer to the town. Jon will get in a hurry and his loyalties will be tested again.


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This is the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones season 3 and it's called The Rains of Castamere. Robb Stark swore he would marry one of the Frey girls and then felll in love with Talisa. Now he has to meet Walder Frey and let him know why he didn't took his part in the agreement.

While Daenerys is about to attack Yunkai (with the new Daario Naharis in charge of the siege), Jon confronts its own people as he tries to save a poor old man. On the other hand, Bran Stark and the rest of the group (including Hodor) are at The Gift, an area controlledy by the Night's Watch. We have an excellent scene the moment Bran uses Summer's body to defend Jon Snow. Finally, Jon leaves and Ygritte is left behind.

What happens at the House Frey is one of the iconic events from the whole series. As you know, the Stark family attends Edmure's wedding at the House Frey but Walder Frey is angry and insults the whole family. Robb apologizes and Walder offers him and his wife and mother his hospitality. However, minutes later, we have the most bloody and fierce treason we've ever seen: Robb, Catelyn and Talisa are murdered in cold blood, even with Talisa pregnant.

Interesting facts: "The Rains of Castamere" is the name of the song played while the Red Wedding events happen. Did you notice this episode contains no King's Landing scenes? I think this is the first time we don't see it for a whole episode.

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