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Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 The title of this episode says it all. “Walk of Punishment” is a fitting name for the pain inflicted upon some characters in this chapter of Season 3. While the first two episodes of the season were focused on helping set the stage for things to come, this episode began to pick up. There was a sense of momentum finally building — the type of momentum that we felt at the end of the last season. This week in Westeros …

Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 We first see Theon, once again, chained up and with a hood over his head. Given the fact that he sacked Winterfell and is generally just a petullant bully with some serious self-esteem issues, this was a pretty okay position to find him in. Then some guy comes along to ruin the moment by unchaining Theon and pushing the would-be lord of Winterfell onto a horse, telling him that his sister awaits in the east. In typical display of Theon’s arrogance, he proclaims, “I’ll make you a Lord of the Iron Islands for this!” Theon’s savior rolls his eyes (well, probably not, but that’s what any sensible person should have done) and sends Theon on his way.

Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 A little while later, Theon is riding through some hills being chased by a bunch of guys with arrows and maces. After a good chase, one loops around and introduces Theon’s face to a metal mace. The prince of the Iron Islands slumps to the ground, groaning. These men on horseback then jump off and do what so many of us wish we could — kick and stomp on him. One guy gets a little too excited, though, and gets ready to rape Theon before an arrow flies through his chest and those of everyone else. As Theon is saved again, his new friend warning him: “You’re a long way from home, and winter is coming.”

Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 Up north of the Wall, winter has already come with deadly force. Jon Snow and the Wildlings have come to the place where most of the Night’s Watch was massacred by the White Walkers. They find no bodies there, though; just the heads of dead horses, which have been placed in a particular circular pattern. Mance Rayder, the King Beyond the Wall, begins to formulate a plan. “Mormont took a big gamble going north, and he lost.” With the Night’s Watch decimated and wandering lost in the northern wild, Mance orders an assault on the wall. He plans to capture Castle Black, promising to “light the biggest fir the north has ever seen.” In the chance Jon does not help them take the castle, Mace orders his men to throw Jon off the edge of the wall. Things are not looking good for the ancient order of the Night’s Watch.

Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 The torn and tattered remains of these defenders of Westeros have once again arrived at the keep of creepy-guy-who-marries-his-daughters. Creeper initially does not plan to let Mormont and his men in, but soon enough caves and allows them to come sit by his fire. The vile wildling says that the Night’s Watch will lose, and he will live, for he pays homage to the “real” gods. As we have seen previously and is hinted at again in this episode, he appeases the “real” gods by sacrificing the sons his daughters give birth to. He sacrifices them to the White Walkers — that group of zombies who are, lest we forget, marching south with winter to destroy Westeros.

Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 In the most delightful scene of this episode, we see Lord Varys (who is finally appearing in the season) and Lord Baelish arrive in some chambers where Tywin Lannister stands at the end of a large table. The old Maester wanders in as well, as does Tyrion. They all look at each other awkwardly, before Varys and Littlefinger both make a dash for the chairs — Littlefinger winning the race to sit closest to Lord Tywin. Queen Cersei then arrives, notices the chairs closest to her father or taken, and picks up a chair to take and set right beside Tywin. After observing all of this, Tyrion loudly drags a chair to the exact opposite side of Tywin, and plops down contently.

Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 At the Small Council meeting, Tywin names Tyrion the Master of Coin — in charge of the king’s treasury. The current master, Lord Baelish, is heading to the Vale in order to marry Lady Arryn. This is a stunning development as Lady Arryn is Catelyn Stark’s sister (thus Robb Stark’s aunt), and previously blamed the Lannisters for murdering her husband, the former Hand of the King. Tyrion seems rather shocked by his new appointment, aptly stating that “a lifetime of unlimited wealth has taught me a lot about spending money but nothing about managing it!”

Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 3 Upon reviewing the kingdom’s books, he realizes that the Seven Kingdoms have been funded based on loans that Lord Baelish had been ordering. While most of the loans are to Tywin Lannister, tens of millions are owed to the Iron Bank of Braavos. If the Crown cannot pay back Braavos, the bankers could turn to funding Joffrey’s enemies.

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