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Game Of Thrones TV Recap For May 5, 2013: The Climb

Game Of Thrones TV Recap For May 5, 2013: The Climb

GAME OF THRONES continues tonight with a whole new episode called, “The Climb.” We’re headed into the second part of the season and the show is really heating up. On tonight’s show Robb weighs a compromise to repair his alliance with House Frey. Roose Bolton is going to decides what to do with Jaime Lannister. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show we found out Vary’s and Lady Olenna Tyrell plot, to save Sansa Stark and marry her off to Lady Olenna’s grandson, Loras. We did not get to see much of Jon Snow last week but there was a death in the Night Watch, as we predicted the Lord Commander was killed. He was not killed by a Wildling, he was killed by Rast, a member of the Night Watch. Daerney got her 8,000 unsullied slaves and did not not lose any dragons. Cersei was unpleased with Margaery’s influence on Joffrey, she expressed as much to her father, Tywin. Tywin has come up with a way to stop Vary and Lady Olenna’s plan. He old Cerei he plans to marry her off to Loras.

On tonight’s show with the wildlings having reached the wall, Jon Snow is within spitting distance of Castle Black. His role of double agent within the clan is becoming more complicated – it’s only a matter of time before he comes face to face with one of his friends. In this plot, the episode’s title is on the nose: the Wildlings must scale the thousand-year-old wall, climbing hundreds of feet up its sheer face to meet whatever protections lay on the other side.

We will be live blogging the episode at 9PM EST . . . so make sure to come back to this spot and watch the show with us. Make sure to refresh often so you get the most current info!

READ THE FULL RECAP OF GAME OF THRONES HERE!

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