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Olenna prepares to return to Highgarden and implies to Margaery that she had a hand in Joffrey's death to protect Margaery from his cruelty. She also suggests that Margaery ingratiate herself with Tommen to curtail Cersei's influence; at night, Margaery visits Tommen in his chambers to discuss their marriage.

[S4E4] The Night Game

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Eric Goldman and Roth Cornet of IGN commented on the episode being a "game changer" because it diverges from the book series more than any other Game of Thrones episode; a few of the changes include Jon's and Bran's storylines, how Daenerys conquered Meereen, and new information with regard to how White Walkers multiply their army. Goldman and Cornet stated that much of the episode feels like a spoiler for readers of the series because of the changes, including the show creators, who know how the ongoing book series will end, possibly having incorporated aspects that happen later in the books. Though Goldman and Cornet indicated that significantly diverging from the books could be detrimental to the show, they credited "Oathkeeper" with adding an element of surprise and intrigue for all viewers.[9]

Bronn: Aye. But only when Lady Arryn demanded the trial take place that day. You were his first choice. He named you for his champion because he knew you would ride, day and night, to come fight for him. You gonna fight for him now?

Where all this will go remains to be seen, but I think it's a nice change from the books. While Storm of Swords is a pretty action-packed book, the events around Bran in particular can drag and meander and I'm happy to see a higher-stakes game played out on a more personal level.

Highgarden is very much a precarious ally to Casterly Rock, and Lady Olenna is much smarter than Tywin Lannister. Unfortunately, she plays the game without remorse, and Tyrion is just the price one pays to ensure one's granddaughter doesn't have to suffer the cruelty of a husband like Joffrey. One can hardly blame her.

I've been writing about video games professionally for 12 years, and I've been at Forbes for 9. I'm here for review and commentary on PC, Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch games, and I'm a bit obsessed with Pokemon GO and Destiny 2. In my spare time I do consulting, and I've been getting worse at the banjo for easily 8 years now.

I cover sports and video games like Madden, MLB The Show, Undisputed, EA UFC, Dragon Ball Z, Call of Duty and more. You can also find me previewing/recapping MMA and Boxing events with the Perfect 10 prediction-results formula.

MeereenGrey Worm (Jacob Alexander) is learning English with Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel), and the easiest topic of conversation is their horrible oppression and enslavement. Poor kids. Their chat has to end because Grey Worm and pals have a date for sneaking into the Meereen underground slave debate to persuade them to kill their masters and join the army of Daenerys (Emilia Clarke). Oh, and look at all these swords they brought! Blood is going to flow in Meereen tonight!

L.A. By Night is a streaming show that follows a group playing the latest edition of the Vampire: The Masquerade tabletop game. The fourth season of the show is underway and the truce between the Anarchs and Camarilla seems to be holding, but all it would take is one misstep and the fragile peace would be destroyed.

The last episode involved a meeting at Club Maharani between Annabelle (Erika Ishii), Victor (B. Dave Walters) Jasper (Alexander Ward), Eva (Josephine McAdam), and Kyoko (Faye Mata). Victor was hosting one of his "House Nights", where local Kindred could come and air their grievances, which involved visits from Gary Golden and Velvet Velour. The latest episode takes place later that same night.

Nelli is escorted to the VIP room and Annabelle congratulates her on her new position. Nelli loves being the Baron of Hollywood, but there is a surprising amount of reading involved. Annabelle offers to spread the word about her promotion and Nelli initially wants to keep it quiet, until she hears that Gary Golden and Velvet have been around. Victor tells her that Velvet was with a man named Eddison, who is part of a coterie of Camarilla vampire called the "Stardusters." Annabelle says Velvet is angry that she was passed over as the Baron. The Stardusters have done an incredible amount of business in Hollywood in such a short time. Annabelle believes they should get a message out to the people and find out their opinion of the new Baron. Victor mentions that Velvet wanted a sit-down meeting about starting a nightclub network and that Jeanette Voerman will be there. Annabelle thinks they should refuse, but Victor wants to know what they're up to.

Scott has been writing for The Gamer since it launched in 2017 and also regularly contributes to Screen Rant. He has previously written gaming articles for websites like Cracked, Dorkly, Topless Robot, and TopTenz. He has been gaming since the days of the ZX Spectrum, when it used to take 40 minutes to load a game from a tape cassette player to a black and white TV set. Scott thinks Chrono Trigger is the best video game of all time, followed closely by Final Fantasy Tactics and Baldur's Gate 2. He pretends that sorcerer is his favorite Dungeons & Dragons class in public but he secretly loves bards.

During their sword training, Bronn implores Jaime to visit his brother Tyrion in the dungeon, saying that Tyrion named Jaime his champion in the Eyrie because he knew Jaime would ride day and night to fight for him. Jaime finally visits Tyrion, confessing that Cersei asked him to murder him. Convincing Jaime that he didn't kill Joffrey, Tyrion notes that not even irrefutable evidence and a confession by the real perpetrator would satisfy Cersei. She is out for Tyrion's blood, and he says that the trial is even worse because at least one judge has always wanted him dead. Jaime tells Tyrion that Cersei offers a knighthood to whoever captures Sansa Stark. Tyrion insists that Sansa had nothing to do with the murder, despite having the best motive. Later, Jaime visits Cersei, who is disgusted that, in her view, Jaime is taking Tyrion's side because of his long-held affection for their brother.

Meanwhile, Lady Olenna tells Margaery that she is about to leave for Highgarden. She mentions the new and prospective marriage between Margaery and the new king, Tommen. She insists that Cersei will turn Tommen against Margaery by the time they marry if Margaery doesn't act fast. Fortunately, Cersei is well distracted by accusing her innocent brother of the murder of her son. Margaery insists that Olenna cannot be certain of Tyrion's innocence, but Olenna states that Tyrion certainly is innocent and confesses that she would never have let Margaery marry "that beast." Margaery is shocked but her grandmother firmly ends the conversation. That night, Margaery enters Tommen's chambers, slipping past the Kingsguard and charming Tommen. She puts in his mind the idea that one day she will be his and they might as well learn to like each other. She compliments him on his cat and kind demeanor. She promises to visit again and Tommen falls asleep smiling.

What We Do in the Shadows Season 4 picks up with Nadja's newly opened vampire nightclub doing really well now that Baby Colin is the headlining act. There's just one catch -- the wraiths are unhappy with their working conditions, so they keep killing the human patrons who visit the nightclub (plus one vampire). The Guide tells Nadja that this is basically the wraiths' version of a strike.

While all of this has been going on, Nadja has been making a bunch of trades, gradually working her way towards her goal. She ends up back in her office at the nightclub, and she gives the Guide a gift in order to reveal the Waterlily of the Nile -- a narcotic flower that is a weakness for wraiths. She uses it to manipulate Xerxes into getting the other wraiths in line, but the wraiths kill Xerxes... so Nadja ends up giving into their demands anyways. What We Do in the Shadows then has a heartbreaking conclusion: Baby Colin has lost his love of fairytales due to Laszlo's stories, and asks his father to read a history book to him.

Robert is proving that he's not above dark and twisted schemes -- he caused and used the overnight outage to his advantage, convincing Londoners that he was a "man of the people." to convince the people that he was a man of the people.

But it's not until later in the episode that we're shown who wanted Mike to talk, and what he said. In a diner with his fellow group member and potential love interest Anita (Tamara Tunie, a welcome presence here as always), Ehrmantraut says that a widower in their group is a fraud -- that the details he shares about his supposed late wife change every time, that rubs his wrist when he lies in a tell that'd get him laughed out of any poker game. First skeptical and then both intrigued and amused, Anita agrees to a 10-dollar bet over whether Mike's suspicions will pan out at the next meeting.

Nacho could tell Mike a thing or two about life under Gus's thumb. In his own intense, largely wordless showcase sequence, Nacho travels with the Salamanca Brothers (Daniel and Luis Moncada) to the headquarters of a cartel-affiliated drug ring that Gus has decided to frame for the fake hit on Nacho last week. Ignoring his strategic advice to call in reinforcements and shoot the place up that night, the silent and sinister brothers do the job themselves, murdering apparently dozens of people in the process. When Nacho is forced to intervene to save them from an ambush awaiting them outside, the wounds in his side and shoulder reopen painfully, leaving him barely able to stand. 041b061a72


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