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Game of Thrones: Season 3 Episode 4 Reviews

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Alan Sepinwall
Uproxx
April 12, 2019

The secret origin of Varys, delivered in riveting fashion by Conleth Hill, serves neatly as a metaphor for both "And Now His Watch Is Ended" and for "Game of Thrones" as a whole.

TK Burton
Pajiba
April 12, 2019

[It] was another tale of consequences, a densely plotted, labyrinthine piece of television that coupled complex machinations with wicked retributions.

Katie Walsh
indieWire
Top Critic
March 18, 2019

With all of the possibilites that could take place, the season is shaping up to be an exciting one, even though it's taken a few episodes to really get moving.

Michael Deacon
Daily Telegraph (UK)
March 18, 2019

Still, it should at least be good for a couple of "hand of the king" jokes from the Imp.

Jeff Spross
Brightest Young Things
March 18, 2019

Watching Dracarys cook him, while Daenerys won an army of 8,000 through communion rather than market exchange, was a spectacular moment of catharsis.

Brian J. Roan
We Got This Covered
March 18, 2019

So let's all cheer for Dany, because if a character can keep this season of Game of Thrones afloat, it will be her.

Erik Kain
Forbes
March 18, 2019

The scenes between Jaime and Brienne also feel right. Good and strong and solid like they were in the book, with a weird and unexpected bond forming between the two.

Tim Surette
TV.com
March 18, 2019

It may just be the high from seeing two excellent episodes in a row, but I think I'm ready to sign and wax-stamp the official document declaring Game of Thrones' third season the best of the series so far, a mere four episodes in.

Devin Faraci
Birth.Movies.Death.
March 18, 2019

Emilia Clarke has been one of the best things about Game of Thrones from the start, and she was in finest form in And Now His Watch Is Ended.

Allison Keene
Collider
March 18, 2019

Another really superb episode this season, even though I still think that eleven stories are too many for one hour.

Full Review | Original Score: A-
Rebecca Pahle
The Mary Sue
March 18, 2019

Last night's episode was the best of the season so far by a wide margin. It might even count among one of my favorites in the entire show.

Alison Herman
Flavorwire
March 18, 2019

It's a masterful introduction that's totally original to the show, demonstrating once again that Benioff and Weiss know what they're doing.

David Crow
Den of Geek
January 18, 2019

This is not only the best episode thus far this year, it is easily one of the best episodes the series has ever had.

Full Review | Original Score: 5/5
Kevin Fitzpatrick
ScreenCrush
June 12, 2018

There can be no arguing that tonight's episode set a new standard for the season...

James Hibberd
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic
August 29, 2017

Hear that? It's the sound of millions of Game of Thrones fans geeking out. Tonight's episode "And Now His Watch Is Ended" concluded with the most exciting scene in the show's history.

Alan Eyerly
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic
March 25, 2016

"Will you fight for me? As free men?" she asks. You betcha! As the scene ends, Daenerys and her fearsome army depart Astapor with three dragons flying high. Never mess with the mother of dragons!

Emily VanDerWerff
AV Club
Top Critic
March 25, 2016

There are episodes of Game Of Thrones where what I most want is to make my review a long string of all-caps gibberish with exclamation points strewn throughout... and YOU NEED TO SEE THIS, YOU GUYS, OH MY GOD!

Full Review | Original Score: A
Matt Richenthal
TV Fanatic
March 25, 2016

"And Now His Watch is Ended" managed to do a lot more than merely spend time with these residents of Westeros and beyond. It delivered action after action after unbelievably cool and surprising action.

Adam Newland
TV Equals
March 25, 2016

A fantastic episode, and one that definitely portends bigger things to come.

Spencer Kornhaber
The Atlantic
Top Critic
March 25, 2016

Talk about captive audience: In this good but often hard-to-watch episode, it was almost too easy to relate to the many literally and figuratively shackled characters.

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