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Building upon the season opener, "The House of Black and White" increases the intensity by calling upon some major characters to make some tough decisions.
Lena Heady is the most compelling actor on the Thrones cast at this point, which is a big compliment.
Last week left us wondering, where is Drogon? This week he finally returned, in one of the most exquisite scenes of the entire series.
A road trip with Jaime and Bronn seems like a sparkling idea to me. Why not unite two of the wittiest characters on an extended spring break?
Yes, Throners, this was a very busy episode, and if you're anything like me you'll be needing an extra large tumbler of Old McMuffin's Bowel-Slackening Imitation Ale to get through it all.
I'm glad they're maintaining the gender dynamics of Cersei's leadership.
Sometimes, it feels like there are entire seasons spent waiting for these obvious progressions to kick into gear. It's what makes an episode like "The House of Black and White" so freaking satisfying.
Revenge is brewing like coffee in a percolator in 'The House of Black and White.'
It's an episode filled with reunions and character intersections, new leadership configurations and unexpected challenges to those who felt their power was absolute.
Sansa, is not as blatantly homicidal as her sister, but if you ask me she's a little too enthusiastic about learning the underhanded ways of Petyr Baelish.
One of the best things that has happened of late has been the evolution of Kit Harrington into someone capable of more than simple brooding and pouting.
Drogon's reappearance is magnificent - he gets scarier and more awe-inspiring each time we see him, and nothing says "I'm in charge" like having a fire breathing monster at your beck and call.
Unfortunately, the problem with Game of Thrones being so bursting with characters is that this second instalment once again has to act as set-up and reintroduction for many.