Tonight's was awesome, as usual. Things are starting to pick up, and, though I just started reading the books on my Kindle, and am still only halfway through the first one, I still couldn't help but mark out and scream, "HODOR!!!" when the big man came on screen. Same goes for Samwell, too.
There are plenty of Kindle users who are upset that Amazon is charging over $35 for the set, so you got a good price. I'm happy with my under $20 set and will probably never go to an ereader. If I ever get out of the book business completely, maybe an ereader would be cheaper, but for now, it's not.
I JUST started book one today, but I haven't gotten too far yet.
I think I missed something. Where did they find Tyrion's knife that lead them to think he was the one who hurt Bran?
Although I really enjoyed the episode, there wasn't nearly enough Drogo. Watching him ride by on his horse is just not good enough! The look on Viserys's face when Daenerys hit him was priceless! He thought he had married his pawn off to Drogo and now he's seeing that his plan isn't going the way he'd hoped. I'm enjoying watching Dany come into her own.
Petyr Littlefinger is the person who identifies the knife as belonging to Tyrion. When Cat arrives in Kings Landing, Petyr has her brought to him and when she shows him the knife, he says that it had belonged to him but that he'd lost it to Tyrion in a bet. Sorry, I'm a GoT dork. ;)
All I have to say regarding this last episode is GHOST!!!!! :yay So, so happy he was given his part to play. And love the CGI with his eyes...
Oh yeah - and Viserys would never have let a whore talk to him that long, if at all. But it did help the storyline along so... And I wonder why they had Littlefinger tell Sansa the story between the Mountain and the Hound...
Okay, guess I had more to discuss other than just Jon's wolf. :laugh