Tonight on HBO, Game of Thrones is back with an all new episode called “The Mountain and the Viper.” On this evening’s episode, a verdict is reached on Tyrion’s fate; unexpected visitors arrive in Mole’s Town.
On last week’s episode, Tyrion enlisted an unlikely ally. Daario (Michiel Huisman) entreated Dany to allow him to do what he does best. Jon’s warnings about the Wall’s vulnerability fell on deaf ears. Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) followed a new lead on the road with Pod (Daniel Portman). Did you watch last week’s episode? If you missed it we have a full and detailed recap, right here for you.
On tonight’s episode, Mole’s Town receives unexpected visitors. Littlefinger’s (Aidan Gillen) motives are questioned. Ramsay (Iwan Rhoen) attempts to prove himself to his father. Tyrion’s (Peter Dinklage) fate is decided. Oberyn Martell “The Red Viper” will get his chance to avenge his sister’s death as he acts as Tyrion’s second. Oberyn wants to avenge his sister, Elia death and he will be fighting The Mountain, Gregor Clegane who killed his sister and her children.
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Tonight’s episode opens with someone yelling the “Rains of Castamere” it is a tavern in Molestown with prostitutes and Gilly is there at the house and one of the prostitutes asks about Gilly’s baby and threatens to kill her baby if the baby does not quiet down. Gilly hears something and the prostitute tells her it is just an owl but Gilly knows it is not. She knows it is The Wildings approaching.
In the town we see Tormund Giantsbane and The Wildings they have come to Molestown where Gilly is and they are raiding the town and killing people. The Wildings are killing everyone and Ygritte comes into the tavern and sees Gilly she does not give her up, she motions for Gilly to be quiet.
Meanwhile back with the Night Watch Sam is upset he thinks Gilly is dead and he is upset he left her in Molestown. He is told that Gilly survived so much she just might have gotten out. Jon Snow tells the men that if Mance and his army hit Moletown they are next. The Night Watch wonder how 102 men can stop 100,000 men.
Dany’s handmaiden Missandei is upset because Grey Worm has been spying on her as she washes. Dany tells Missandei not to worry because Grey Worm is castrated and he is not interested. Missandei assures Dany he was interested.
Later Missandei is walking and Grey Worm comes to apologize to her for watching her. Missandei tell him that she is sorry that he was castrated but he tells her he is not sorry because if he was not an unsullied he would never have met her.
Missandei tells him she is glad he saw her and he says, “So am I.”
Ramsay Snow is with Reek/Theon Greyjoy – Ramsay tells him that Kraken taken out of the sea die, that they are not too bright. Ramsay reminds Theon that he is now Theon Greyjoy but he is pretending, because he is actually Reek. Ramsay sends Reek/Theon to take the Castle. Reek/Theon approaches with a white flag.
Canning commander of the Garrison. Theon tells him he is Baleon’s third son and he is the Prince. Canning asks Theon why he is marching with Ramsay. Theon tells the commander that if he surrenders then he will take care of them because he knows they are starving. The commander spits at Theon and tells him he is a whipped dog. As he is talking another one of the men takes a sword and kills the commander. The man agrees to surrender – he asks Reek/Theon if they will live and he agrees they will.
We then see the men dead, Ramsay has killed them and tells Reek/Theon they are now going to live in their new home.
Lord Baelish is meeting with a tribunal of the Vale, they are surprised that Lady Lysa Arryn has fallen through the moon door. They ask him about his niece they want to speak to her. The members of the tribunal go and get Sansa. Sansa apologizes to Lord Baelish and says she has to tell the truth that she is not his niece, she is Sansa Stark and that Lord Baelish has been protecting her.
Sansa tells the tribunal that her Aunt was a jealous lady and she was terrified that Lord Baelish was going to leave her. Sansa then lets them know that Lysa was jealous of her and saw Lord Baelish give her a peck and went crazy and then threw herself from the Moon Door. Lord Baelish speaks to the members of the tribunal and they ask who he thinks they should back as the King. He tells them they should back Lysa’s sickly son Robert. They are surprised.
Barristan Selmy is handed a document with a seal on it he goes to see Jorah and gives him the document, it is a Royal pardon signed by Robert Baratheon. Barristan realizes that Jorah has been spying on Daenerys and wanted Jorah to know before he tells Dany that Jorah has been pardoned.
Jorah goes to see Daenerys and she asks him why he was pardoned the year they met. Jorah admits he sent information to Varys – he told Varys that she was pregnant and about her life. Daenerys realizes that the wine merchant that tried to give her poison wine was because of Jorah. She tells him she knows he sold her secrets to the man who killed her father. Daenerys tells Jorah she does not want him in her city, dead or alive. She tells him to go to Kings Landing and gives him till dusk to leave Meereen or he will be decapitated.
Ramsay brings the banners of the Castle he took to his father, Roose Bolton. Roose wants to know if there is any word from Locke. He takes Ramsay to the top of a hill and asks him what he sees. Ramsay tells him nothing. Roose tells him it is the North and now Ramsay is not Ramsay Snow he is Ramsay Bolton. Ramsay is honored his father has given him his name and he is no longer a bastard.
Sansa is in her room and Peter Baelish knocks and comes in. He wants to know why Sansa helped him. Sansa helped Peter because if they had executed Peter she was worried about what would happen to her.
Arya tells the Hounds she is upset because she did not get to see Joffrey die. The Hound tells her that Joffrey was poisoned and that is a women’s weapon. Arya tells the Hound she would have killed Joffrey with a chicken bone and the Hound says, “I would have liked to see that.”
The Hound and Arya arrive at The Erie to see Arya’s aunt Lady Arryn. The guards tell Arya she died 3 days before and Arya starts giggling and giggling.
Peter Baelish speaks to Lady Arryn’s son Robert and tells him what it is to be Lord of The Vale.
Back with Tyrion his brother Jamie Lannister is with him. He is keeping Tyrion company until the battle. Tyrion is worried Oberyn Martell who is fighting for him will be able to defeat Gregor Clegane.
Jaime and Tyrion spend some time remembering the past. When the bells toll Jamie leaves and wishes Tyrion luck. Tyrion is taken outside where the battle will be held.
All the people of Kings Lansing are there to watch the fight. Tyrion sees Prince Oberyn and he is drinking and he tells him he should not drink. In walks Gregor Clegane and he is a giant.
The proceedings begin, the battle will determine Tyrion’s guilt or innocence. The fight begins Prince Oberyn does a lot of showing off and then tells Clegane that he is the brother of the women Clegane raped and murdered. He wants Clegane to admit that he killed his sister and her children.
Prince Oberyn stabs Clegane and as he stabs him he continues to accuse him of killing his sister’s children. Instead of finishing him off he pulls the sword out of Clegane and tries to get him to admit he killed his sister and his sister’s children.
As Prince Oberyn walks around Clegane, Clegane grabs Prince Oberyn and gets on top of him, he pushes Prince Oberyn’s eyes out and then puts his skull between his hands as he admits he killed and raped Prince Oberyn’s sister and his sister’s children and he squashes Prince Oberyn’s head like a ripe peach. Yuck!!!
Tywin Lannister stands up and says, “The Gods have spoken – Tyrion Lannister you are guilty and sentenced to death!”