Re: A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones Spoiler-Filled Discussion
Because no one has ever made a rash decision in a moment of weakness, especially not a teenage boy with a girl offering herself to him.
my point - in the book he's a teenaged boy. Since the TV series Robb is a bit older (and very clearly not teenager), it's a less plausible thing for him to do.
'Spock is always right, even when he's wrong. It's the tone of voice, the supernatural reasonability; this is not a man like us; this is a god.'
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