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Game of Thrones: Season 4 Episode 5 BINGO cards

We are already at episode 5 of this season of Game of Thrones, and that means we are at the halfway point of the season. Episode 5 should be jam-packed full of awesomeness, and if it is anything like last week’s episode, I really don’t know what to expect.

 

 

Don’t worry though, because we’ve got three all new bingo cards to help you follow along with all this episode’s surprising twists and shocking turns. This week we have Houses Baratheon, Tarth, and Tully. As always, you can click the link above each bingo card, for a printer friendly version that the whole family can enjoy…well that is if your family likes full frontal nudity, rape and murder…ENJOY!

 

 

HOUSE BARATHEON

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HOUSE TARTH

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HOUSE TULLY

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Episode 5 is directed by Michelle MacLaren of Breaking Bad fame, and who also directed last week’s episode. The episode is titled “First of His Name” which is a direct reference to the title given to a king, especially when it is used in an official capacity, like ascending the throne for instance. Obviously we will see Tommen take the Iron Throne, but is he just a puppet for Tywin and Cersei?

 

Across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys plots her next move with her war council. Could she really be considering moving on to Westeros, in order to retake her father’s throne? Or, does she need more time ruling in Mereen, where she can better learn to be a queen?

 

Back in Westeros, everyone’s favorite odd-couple, The Hound and Arya, seem to have some sort of confrontation, with Arya sticking The Hound with the pointy end. Is Arya just practicing her water-dancing? Or, has she had enough of Sandor?

 

Beyond The Wall, Bran and gang have to figure out how to escape Crazy Karl and the mutineers. We’ve seen Bran warg into Brodor before, will he attempt it again? Jon Snow and his group of volunteers finally arrive at Craster’s keep to confront Karl and the mutineers, but will he arrive in time to save/see Bran?

 

Honestly, I have no idea what the answer to any of these questions are, because if this week’s episode is anything like last week, I am sure we are all going to be thrown a curve ball…again. Here is the trailer for “First of His Name” Let me know what you think, in the comments below.

 

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