Game of Thrones (GOT) – Season 5 – Episode 4 – Online ENGLISH

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Summary: Game of Thrones (GOT) – Season 5 – Episode 4 – Online ENGLISH

Cersei authorizes arming the Sparrows as the Faith Militant, who then arrest Loras Tyrell for homosexuality. Queen Margaery is enraged, but Tommen proves too weak to countermand them. Melisandre attempts to seduce Jon as a means to convince him to accompany Stannis to Winterfell. In Winterfell, before Littlefinger heads to King’s Landing, he dispels Sansa’s misgivings about marrying Ramsay, promising that Stannis will defeat the Boltons and rescue her, and even if not, she can manipulate Ramsay.


Bronn and Jaime secretly land in Dorne to retrieve Myrcella; hearing this, Ellaria and her Sand Snakes plot to avenge Oberyn’s death by abducting Myrcella. Jorah intends to redeem himself to Daenerys by presenting Tyrion as a prisoner.


In Meereen, Loraq again appeals to Daenerys to reopen the fighting pits, a local tradition; the Sons of the Harpy ambush an Unsullied patrol inside the citadel, critically wounding Grey Worm and killing Ser Barristan Selmy.

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Game of Thrones – Season 5 – Excerpt

The fifth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones premiered on HBO on April 12, and concluded on June 14, 2015. It was broadcast on Sunday at 9:00 pm in the United States, consisting of 10 episodes, each running approximately 50–60 minutes.


The season primarily adapts the storylines 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, though it also uses the remaining elements from the third novel, A Storm of Swords, as well as the upcoming sixth novel The Winds of Winter. It also contains original content not found in Martin’s novels. The series is adapted for television by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss.


Like previous seasons in Game of Thrones, the fifth season continues storylines primarily set within the fictional land of Westeros, while a few storylines are set in another continent, Essos. After the murders of King Joffrey and his grandfather Tywin Lannister, Cersei Lannister’s young, indecisive son, Tommen, rules Westeros as king. Tyrion flees to Essos, where he meets Daenerys Targaryen, who struggles to rule Slavers’ Bay and regain control over her growing dragons. The Lannister family encounters new enemies, including a religious cult that Cersei foolishly empowers; they arrest her and Queen Margaery; Cersei confesses some sins and is released after a walk of atonement.


Jon Snow becomes Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch and serves under Stannis Baratheon, who pursues his claim to the Iron Throne by marching on the rebuilt Winterfell. Littlefinger has left Sansa Stark at Winterfell; she marries Ramsay Bolton, who rapes and imprisons her. Stannis is defeated and killed, while Sansa makes an escape with Theon. After Jon loses Night’s Watchmen trying to rescue thousands of Wildlings from the White Walkers, several of his men mutiny and kill him. In Braavos, Arya Stark receives training as an assassin but disobeys her trainers, who blind her. Jaime retrieves princess Myrcella from Dorne, but she is murdered.


Mance Rayder is burnt at the stake by Stannis, and Jon is elected leader of the Night’s Watch despite opposition from the elders in the brotherhood. Melisandre later convinces Stannis to sacrifice his only daughter Shireen as an offering to the “Lord of Light” whom they serve. She is burned alive, and Stannis loses his standing with his troops.


Sansa has been taken to Ramsay Snow by Littlefinger, who has the intention of seeing the pair wed – returning the Starks to Winterfell. But Sansa suffers at the hand of Ramsay, although she is helped to escape by Theon who tries to overcome his madness and right the wrong he had done to the Starks when he betrayed Robb.


Stannis arrives at Winterfell with the intention of challenging the Boltons but his men desert him after learning of how he killed his daughter. 


Cersei continues to scheme against Margaery who has now married Joffrey’s younger brother Tommen, the new King.


But her conspiring works against her and Cersei’s sexual past is exposed – with the leader of a puritanical cult, the High Sparrow, given more power and subsequently forces her to walk through the streets of Kings Landing naked for her sins. 


Meanwhile, Daenerys and her Unsullied army has taken over the city of Mereen but faces opposition from an anonymous group known as the Sons of the Harpy.


Tyrion has crossed the Narrow Sea and meets Daenerys, winning her trust and bestowed ruler in her absence. 


At the Wall, Jon enlists a group of Night’s Watchmen to meet the Wildlings – hoping to achieve an alliance. Their meeting is abruptly cut short by the Night King – who slaughters almost everyone there. When Jon returns to the Wall those who remained behind stab him repeatedly, killing him. 

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