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Old April 17 2013, 10:17 PM   #46
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Re: Game of Thrones 3.3 - "Walk of Punishment" - Rate and discuss

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(...)did I see Burn Gorman among the Nights' Watch men at Craster's house?
That's what I thought. IMDb's credited him for that episode.
Yup, I noticed him, too. His name shows up in the credits at the end.

Lots of familiar faces are popping up this season (Hinds, Rigg, Sangster, Crook, Gorman) so hopefully there are more to come.
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Re: Game of Thrones 3.3 - "Walk of Punishment" - Rate and discuss

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Another great episode with a truly shocking and unexpected ending! That should lead to some interesting...complications for the future.

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For Daenerys I suspect
The series is past A Clash Of Kings now but there is a relevant line in it in which Daenerys tells Xaro Xhoan Daxos

There's also something very striking about Dany's demeanor. I can't quite put my finger on it but I do know that I wouldn't ever want to be on the wrong side of her which I very much suspect the slavers are.
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Another great episode with a truly shocking and unexpected ending! That should lead to some interesting...complications for the future.

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For Daenerys I suspect
The series is past A Clash Of Kings now but there is a relevant line in it in which Daenerys tells Xaro Xhoan Daxos

There's also something very striking about Dany's demeanor. I can't quite put my finger on it but I do know that I wouldn't ever want to be on the wrong side of her which I very much suspect the slavers are.
Well, she does now know the command for "roast that fucker"...
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