Game of Thrones Season 5: High Sparrow 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 High Sparrow (S05E03) by Torrent (MP4 355MB 720p).

High Sparrow

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Episode S05E03: High Sparrow. Directed by Mark Mylod. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Original Air Date: April 26, 2015. Sinopse: Margaery, freshly wed to Tommen, manipulates her huband into dispatching Cersei to Casterly Rock. Baelish conducts Sansa Stark to Winterfell to cement an alliance with Roose Bolton through her marriage to his son Ramsay; Sansa will consolidate the Bolton hold on the North, while Baelish hints at an alliance between the North and the Eyrie is capable of bringing down the kingdom. Jon Snow refuses Stannis’ proposition and Stannis heads for King’s Landing via Winterfell. To adapt in the House of Black and White, Arya rids herself of all her personal effects save for Needle, which she hides in a pile of rocks. At Castle Black, Ser Allister is named First Ranger; Janos Slynt refuses to be dispatched to rebuild Greygard, and Snow executes Slynt himself. Lancel finds the High Septon compromised in Littlefinger’s brothel; in a purge, Cersei decides to seek out the High Sparrow. Arriving in Volantis, Tyrion visits a brothel and is abducted by Jorah Mormont. Source: Wikipedia.

In King’s Landing

Tommen and Margaery are wed, and that night, they consummate their marriage. Tommen tells her that he doesn’t think his mother, Cersei, is happy in King’s Landing. In the morning, Tommen tells his mother that he wants her to return to Casterly Rock if it will make her happy, but she declines.

In a whorehouse, the High Septon is attacked by Lancel and several other Sparrows, and forced to walk naked through the streets while they call him a sinner. He requests that the small council take action against the Sparrows by executing their leader, the High Sparrow. Cersei meets with the High Sparrow personally to tell him that he will not be executed, and that she has imprisoned the High Septon. Returning to the castle, Cersei has Qyburn send a message to Lord Baelish. As Qyburn writes, the body of Gregor Clegane shakes on Qyburn’s operating table.

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Tommen: Do you ever miss Casterly Rock?
Cersei: There’s nothing for me in Casterly Rock.
Tommen: That’s where you grew up. You always told me that you liked the people there better. You said that King’s Landing smelled of horse dung and sour milk.
Cersei: Why are we speaking of Casterly Rock?
Tommen: The way that you talked about it, I always thought that you missed it, that you– that it was your real home.
Cersei: This is my real home now, where my family lives.
Tommen: I want you to be happy, Mother.
Cersei: I know that. I know you do. My sweet boy.
Tommen: But wouldn’t you be happier in Casterly Rock?

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High Sparrow: Have the gods sent you here to tempt me? I hope not. I had assumed you’d only come here to arrest me for that incident with the High Septon.
Cersei: An unacceptable way to treat the chosen representative of the gods in this world, wouldn’t you say?
High Sparrow: Hypocrisy is a boil. Lancing a boil is never pleasant. Although they could have been more careful with the blade.
Cersei: The High Septon came to speak to me today. He doesn’t want me to arrest you. He wants me to execute you.
High Sparrow: I wouldn’t presume to know your thoughts on the matter.
Cersei: My thoughts on the matter are in line with your own. The High Septon’s behavior was corrosive, as was his attitude. Having a man like that reside in the sept eats away at the faith from the inside. So now he resides in the Red Keep dungeons instead. The faith and the crown are the two pillars that hold up this world. One collapses, so does the other. We must do everything necessary to protect one another.

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In the North

Reek passes through the courtyard at Winterfell, while several workers repair the castle. He is horrified to witness several flayed corpses being hung up in the courtyard. While serving dinner to Roose and Ramsay Bolton, Reek overhears that the Boltons do not have enough men to hold the North, should the former bannermen of House Stark rise against them. Roose tells Ramsay that the best way for them to forge alliances is with a marriage.

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Roose: I’ve something important to tell you. Stop eating and listen. We don’t have enough men to hold the North if the other houses rise up against us. Do you understand that?
Ramsay: Our pact with the Lannisters protects–
Roose: I had a pact with Tywin Lannister. And Tywin Lannister is dead. The remaining Lannisters are a thousand miles away dealing with that fact. They’ve never once in the history of the Seven Kingdoms sent their army this far north. If you think they will for us, you’re a fool. We’ve become a great house by entering into alliances with other houses and parlaying those alliances
into greater power. The best way to forge a lasting alliance isn’t by peeling a man’s skin off. The best way is marriage. Now that you’re a Bolton by royal decree, it’s high time you married a suitable bride. And as it happens, I’ve found the perfect girl to solidify our hold on the North.

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To be continued on Game of Thrones Season 5: High Sparrow Part 2.

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