Dany balances justice and mercy. Jaime tasks Brienne with his honor. Jon secures volunteers while Bran, Jojen, Meera and Hodor stumble on shelter.
Ratfink, you win the douche of the day award. Why would you ruin that for the rest of the people that haven't seen the episode yet? It's not funny, it's not amusing. It's just stupid
Last time, the inbred bastard king was poisened by littlefinger and the queen of thorns, the imp took the blame, the kingslayer made love to his sister, the queen regent, next to her childs corpse, the wolf lady fled the capital, the crow arrived at the black roost, the wolf girl got one revenge with help from the hound and her claws back, the crabbers son contacts the iron bank, and the mother of dragons arrives at her third slave city. Now we'll see what happens next.
Great series, a bit off from the whole story from the books but nonetheless captures the essence of the strugle and the idea of the live and hardships of the people, and also the greed, desire and need of some. Add in some low fantasy elements and it turns out just great. Chears !
First and foremost, your question's answer goes into books that the show hasn't gotten to, so i'll answer till the books the show's done so far.
the court at king's landing knows about the walkers, but they believe it's just tales and lies told my the watch to get more men and gold. they don't believe anyone who stands witness to the existence of the walkers because the entire kingdom believes that all the walkers were killed by the first men. whereas, alot of them just went to sleep till a winter where they would rise again. the reason they're arsing this winter and not the previous ones will be revealed as the series catches up to the books
As for the retarded twit king's poising, you'll know that very very soon, somewhere in the next handful of episodes.
I am Daenerys Stormborn. Your Masters may have told you lies about me, or they may have told you nothing. It does not matter. I have nothing to say to them. I only speak to you. First, I went to Astapor. Those who were slaves in Astapor, now stand behind me, free. Next I went to Yunkai. Those who were slaves in Yunkai, now stand behind me, free. Now I have come to Meereen. I am not your enemy. Your enemy is beside you. Your enemy steals and murders your children. Your enemy has nothing for you but chains and suffering, and commands. I do not bring you commands. I bring you a choice. And I bring your enemies what they deserve." - Daenerys Targaryen
When Littlefinger arranged for Joffrey to be poisoned, he arranged for the poison to be dropped in his wine cup at some point during the wedding. He had no clue it would happen when Joffrey was forcing Tyrion to pour his wine. He had no clue that would even happen. So he wasn't framing Tyrion there, it was just coincidence that it worked out that way.
guys I have a lot of questions about the show and that's why i am re watching the series, to make sure i get most of them answeared, but as I was re-watching episode 3, I noticed that Littlefinger was framing Tyrion. (He lies to the Starks about Tyrion owning the dagger that was used to try to kill Bran Stark, knowing that it would cause Catelyn to go after revenge and kill Tyrion.) Then Tyrion escapes, and as it looks like, Littlefinger is trying to frame Tyrion again with Joffrey's murder (Clearly Littlefinger knew Joffrey was gonna die). If I'm right this is the second time Littlefinger has tried to kill Tyrion, I want to know if someone can please tell me if they know why does Littlefinger need Tyrion to be dead so badly?
The King's council were sent SEVERAL letters about the walkers...in the books and the show. If you'll remember Tyrion brought up that topic and was laughed at by the other members with comments about grumpkins.
I also firmly believe the small folk know as well...in the book and the show we are told that wildinglings are escaping the North and heading south on the Kings Road. (This is how we came to know the character Osha.) They specifically said why they were escaping....which leads me to believe that the hoards of wildinglings traveling the Kings Road would have made the same comments to the people in the towns, taverns, and passers on the road.
I have read all the books and i believe only the Nights Watch knows about the white walkers. In the books (can't remember if it happened in the show as well) one of the Nights Watch was send to Kings Landing with on of the white walkers hands (its was still moving) but the hand rotted away by the time he got there. As such no one believed him, and they just think that the Nights Watch is a bunch of superstitious idiots.