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Statutory Warning: This article contains spoilers.The story so far covers some development on how Cersei-Queen-Mother-Lannister (Lena Headey), Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen), Dragon Queen (Emilia Clarke) and Golddigger Margaery (Natalie Dormer) are planning on their ways of getting to the iron throne. We can also see Imp-Man Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) finding himself back to his ingenious witty self with wine and hating on locked boxes. The series so far is progressive but slow. Maybe the build up requires it to be that way, but it gets the fans wondering as to what is required for all the pieces of the game to move forward. Badass Arya Stark/Pigeon Be-header (Maisie Williams) has reached her destination Braavos and her determination doesn't wander from getting what she wants, but even this doesn't get you to the training everyone wants to see. You finally get to see Sir Friendzoned, Jorah Mormont, who kidnaps Tyrion to take her to his one and only queen Daenerys. Meanwhile, Daenerys doubting herself as a ruler, because of the chaos is Meereen and inability to control her full-grown dragons; it seems that we won’t be seeing the dragon queen marching for Westeros very soon. King’s Landing has its own problems with a new cult called High Sparrows, taking justice in their own hands and Cersei trying to control the throne. The attempt to 1 up each other by Cersei and Margaery with their bitch-talks are enjoyed throughout. Back to the walls Jon Snow (Kit Harington) gets elected to a senior position and is going through his own mental turmoil of acting as a brother of the crows or save his homeland with his love for Ygritte still alive, that adorable little thing!We do get the beloved “you know nothing Jon snow” but I really hope it doesn't get overused. Old Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) is with Jon Snow in the walls trying to persuade him to fight for his cause of getting the iron throne. Winterfell gets their Lady Sansa (Sophie Turner) back with the Psycho Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) in the same vicinity makes you ask the question weather Sansa will rise to her role as the heroine or still remain a pawn? Nobody cares about Theon Grayjoy (Alfie Allen) anyway. In king’s landing the relationship of the new King Tommen (Dean-Charles Chapman), and Margaery develops further. You can give this to Game of Thrones, to make a relationship between an adult woman and a child look adorable. Many of the characters are going for their secret missions and we all would have to wait to see how they will turn out. The series doesn’t disappoint you with its fair share of gory violence, brothels, and back bum shots and then keeps the attention diverted with its intense drama. More characters being added and some of the previous characters dying continuum is taking place as the unspoken rule. By the end of the 4th episode, you want more, but the problem is, you’ll have to wait for a month in order to watch the 5th episode. I still don’t see why the non-book readers are shunning the book readers so much, because we still got Lady Stoneheart and the Jojen Reed alive for us in the books which gives us more badass characters and brilliant plot twist. P.s we are still excited to see how the series will go too, so, no hate! BTW, where is Gendry (Joe Dempsie) ?