Game of Thrones Season 5: The House of Black and White Part 1

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The fifth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones was premiered on April 12, 2015. It adapts material from “A Feast for Crows” and “A Dance with Dragons”, the fourth and fifth novels in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, as well as original material that does not appear in Martin’s novels. Click to listen Game of Thrones Main Title. Click to Download Game of Thrones Episode The House of Black and White (S05E02) by Torrent (MP4 373MB 720p).

The House of Black and White


Episode S05E02: The House of Black and White. Directed by Michael Slovis. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Original air date: April 19, 2015.Sinopse: Arya arrives in Braavos and is accepted into the House of Black and White. Cersei sends Jaime to Dorne to bring back Myrcella; Jaime recruits Bronn and relieves him of his betrothal to Lollys. Podrick Payne recognises Littlefinger and Sansa inside an inn where they are resting; Brienne of Tarth tries to convince Sansa of her vow of allegiance to Catelyn Stark but is rebuffed. Brienne tries to leave, when ensues a confrontation where Brienne kills some of Baelish’s men. Jon Snow is promised legitimacy and Winterfell if he bends the knee to Stannis; Samwell forced Snow’s hand by nominating him as candidate, and Snow is elected the 998th Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch on the casting vote of Maester Aemon. Daenerys is faced with a riot after she decides to execute a former slave who has murdered a captured member of the Son of Harpy before he has been given the chance of a fair trial; she has to be evacuated by her Unsullied. Drogon reappears when Dany is atop her citadel overlooking the city of Meereen. Source: Wikipedia.

In King’s Landing

Cersei and Jaime receive a message from Dorne: a small viper statue with a necklace in its fangs. Cersei tells Jaime that the necklace belongs to her daughter, Myrcella, who was sent to Dorne by Tyrion. Jaime tells Cersei that he will travel to Dorne and bring Myrcella back. He travels to meet with Bronn, who has gone to Castle Stokeworth with Lollys, his fiancée. Jaime gives Bronn a letter telling him that he will not be wed to Lollys. When Bronn reminds him of the deal he had with Cersei, Jaime tells him that, should he agree to help rescue Myrcella, he will instead be wed to a woman of higher standing, with a larger castle.









Jaime: A summons from the Queen.
Cersei: There are only two like it in the world. The one I’m wearing and the one I gave to Myrcella.
Jaime: It’s a threat.
Cersei: Of course it’s a threat. Our daughter is alone in Dorne surrounded by people who hate our family. It’s a threat.
Jaime: No note?
Cersei: They blame us for the death of Oberyn and his sister. And every other tragedy that has befallen their accursed country. I will burn their cities to the ground if they touch her.
Jaime: Softer.
Cersei: What?
Jaime: Not so loud.
Cersei: Our daughter is in danger and you’re worried I am speaking too loudly?
Jaime: No one can know she’s our daughter.
Cersei: Then don’t call her your daughter. You’ve never been a father to her.
Jaime: If I was a father to any of my children, they’d be stoned in the streets.
Cersei: And what has your caution brought? Our eldest child murdered at his own wedding, our only daughter shipped off to Dorne, our baby boy set to marry that smirking whore from Highgarden!
Jaime: I’m gonna make things better.
Cersei: You’ve never made anything better.
Jaime: I’m going to Dorne. And I’m bringing our daughter home.
Cersei: You can’t just ask Prince Doran to give her back. She’s promised to his son.
Jaime: I’m not going to ask him anything.
Cersei: You go down there with an army it’s an act of war.
Jaime: No army. Do you know where they’re keeping her?
Cersei: Oberyn mentioned the Water Gardens.
Jaime: I’ll find her. Is there anything else, Your Grace?
Cersei: You’re going to Dorne. A one-handed man. Alone.
Jaime: Who said I was going alone?



Jaime: Beautiful young bride you’ve chosen. When are you planning on getting married?
Bronn: Just get on with it.
Jaime: On with what?
Bronn: What you’re here for. There’s no way this little visit could possibly mean anything good for me.
Jaime: It’s very good for you.
Bronn: Lollys will be marrying Ser Willys Bracken. We’ve made a deal, your sister and I.
Jaime: I would have advised against that.
Bronn: How is this good for me?
Jaime: Because you’re going to come with me and help me with something important. And when we return I’m gonna give you a much better girl and a much better castle.
Bronn: Return from where?
Jaime: As far south as south goes.

In the Eyrie

Brienne and Podrick stop at an inn. While eating, Podrick sees Sansa and Petyr Baelish eating in the back of the inn, guarded by knights. Brienne orders Podrick to secure more horses, and then moves toward Petyr and Sansa. After Petyr allows her to approach, Brienne pledges her life to Sansa. When Petyr accuses her of Renly Baratheon’s murder, Brienne explains that Renly was killed by a shadow with Stannis’s face. Sansa tells Brienne that she doesn’t want her protection, and asks her to leave. Petyr attempts to have his guards take Brienne into their custody, but she flees with Podrick, stealing a horse and releasing several others. The guards give chase, and Brienne and Podrick are separated. After evading her pursuers, Brienne sees Sansa and Petyr fleeing. She searches for Podrick, and saves him from two of the knights. Podrick suggests that they stop pursuing Sansa as she refused their help, but Brienne is adamant that she will not be safe with Lord Baelish.


Podrick: My Lady…
Brienne: What is it?
Podrick: Sansa Stark. Don’t look!
Brienne: You sure?
Podrick: She’s dyed her hair, but it’s her. She’s sitting with Petyr Baelish.
Brienne: Littlefinger?
Podrick: A bunch of knights with them.
Brienne: Bunch? Bunch… Six? Twenty?
Podrick: Ten, I think. Too many.






Brienne: Lord Baelish. Lady Sansa. My name is Brienne of Tarth.
Littlefinger: We’ve met, with Renly Baratheon. What did he say about you? He said,Your loyalty came free of charge. Someone appears to have paid quite a bit for it since then.
Brienne: Lady Sansa. Before your mother’s death, I was her sworn sword. I gave my word I will find you and protect you. I will shield your back and keep your counsel, and give my life for you if needs be. I swear it by the Old Gods and the New.
Littlefinger: Please, Lady Brienne. No need for such formality. You were Catelyn Stark’s sworn sword.
Brienne: I was.
Littlefinger: Strange. I knew Cat since the time we were children. She never mentioned you.
Brienne: It was after Renly’s murder.
Littlefinger: Ah, yes. You were accused of killing him.
Brienne: I tried to save him.
Littlefinger: But you were accused.
Brienne: By men who did not see what happened.
Littlefinger: And what did happen?
Brienne: He was murdered by a shadow. A shadow with the face of Stannis Baratheon.
Littlefinger: A shadow? With a face? This woman swore to protect Renly, she failed. She swore to protect your mother, she failed. Why would I want somebody with your history of failure guarding Lady Sansa?
Brienne: Why should you have any say in her affairs?
Littlefinger: Because I am her uncle. I married her Aunt Lysa shortly before my beloved’s untimely death. We’re family now. And you are an outsider. Forgive me, Lady Brienne. But experience has made me wary of outsiders.
Brienne: Lady Sansa…if we can have a word alone…
Sansa: No.
Brienne: Please, my Lady, if I can explain…
Sansa: I saw you at Joffrey’s wedding… bowing to the king.
Brienne: Neither of us wanted to be there. Sometimes we don’t have a choice.
Sansa: And sometimes we do. You should leave.
Littlefinger: We don’t want our new friend wandering the countryside alone. The roads in these parts aren’t safe. Why don’t you stay? I’m gonna ask you to stay.



Podrick: Sansa Stark?
Brienne: Wary of strangers, as she should be. I saw her riding on the Eastroad with Littlefinger. We’ll follow them.
Podrick: My Lady… if both Stark girls refused your service, maybe you’re released from your vow.
Brienne: I swore to their mother I would protect those girls.
Podrick: They don’t want your protection.
Brienne: You think she’s safe with Littlefinger?
Podrick: No, my Lady.
Brienne: Get your horse.

At the Wall

In the library, Gilly is tutored in reading by Shireen Baratheon before her mother Selyse orders her to stop. Jon Snow is chastised by Stannis for showing mercy to Mance. Stannis shows Jon a letter he received from Bear Island, stating that Jorah Mormont’s descendants will only recognize a Stark as the King. Ser Davos tells Jon that the Night’s Watch will elect a new Lord Commander that night, and that it is almost assured that Ser Alliser will win. Stannis asks Jon to kneel before him and pledge his life to him, and in exchange he will legitimize Jon, making him Jon Stark, and giving him Winterfell.

In the great hall, Jon tells Sam that he will refuse Stannis’s offer, as he swore an oath to the Night’s Watch. After Maester Aemon asks for discussion about possible candidates, Janos Slynt advises his brothers to vote for Ser Alliser, saying he is the only true choice. Othell Yarwyck tells the brothers to vote for Denys Mallister. Before the voting can begin, Sam gives an speech imploring his brothers to vote for Jon, reminding them all how he led the mission to Craster’s Keep to avenge Commander Mormont’s death and how he led the defense of Castle Black. After the voting is complete, the ballots are tallied and show a tie between Jon and Ser Alliser. Maester Aemon casts the deciding vote in favor of Jon, making him the new Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.



Stannis: I ordered Mance Rayder burned at the stake. You prevented that order from being carried out. You showed mercy to Mance Rayder. The King’s word is law. Perhaps you should ask Ser Davos how much mercy I show to lawbreakers. Show too much kindness, people won’t fear you. If they don’t fear you, they don’t follow you.
Jon Snow: With respect, Your Grace, the Free Folk will never follow you no matter what you do. You’re the man who burned their king alive.
Stannis: Who then? You?
Jon Snow: No. Only one of their own.

Stannis: Do you know this wretched girl? Lyanna Mormont.
Jon Snow: Lord Commander’s niece.
Stannis: Lady of Bear Island. And a child of ten. I asked her to commit her house to my court. That’s her response.
Jon Snow: “Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is Stark.” 
Stannis: That amuses you.
Jon Snow: I apologize, Your Grace. Northerners commit a bit like the Free Folk. Loyal to their own.
Stannis: I know. My brother, Robert, went on often and loudly about how difficult it was to control them. Even with your father’s help.
Davos: Tonight, the Night’s Watch elect a new Lord Commander. Ser Alliser Thorne is going to win.
Jon Snow: Most likely.
Davos: One pleasant man. He thinks you’re a traitor. What’s your life gonna be like here at the Wall, with Thorne in command?
Jon Snow: Unpleasant, I expect.
Stannis: Your bravery made him look weak. He’ll punish you for it. I don’t punish men for bravery. I reward them.
Jon Snow: I don’t doubt that, Your Grace. But I am a brother of the Night’s Watch. I have pledged them my life, my honor, my sword. I don’t know what I have left to give you.
Stannis: You can give me the North.
Jon Snow: I can’t. Even if I wanted to, I’m a bastard. A Snow.
Stannis: Kneel before me. Lay your sword at my feet. Pledge me your service and you’ll rise again as Jon Stark, Lord of Winterfell.





To be continued on Game of Thrones Season 5: The House of Black and White Part 2.


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