Game of Thrones (Seasons 1-4)

Show Notes

Are you a Game of Thrones fan? Do you want to delve deeper into the plot twists and turns of the HBO TV series? Look no further than tonight’s episode of Three Fates Decide. Join us as we discuss the major plot points of each season, from the shocking beheading of Ned Stark to the infamous Red Wedding. Our hosts, including Mary who primarily watched the TV show, will offer their opinions on what worked and what could have been improved. With foreshadowing clues and unexpected character deaths, this show keeps audiences on their toes. Don’t miss out on our analysis of each season’s major players and plot points. Tune in and join the conversation on the latest episode of Three Fates Decide.

Topic: Review of Game of Thrones TV series

Focus: Major plot twists and events per season

Season 1:
– Introducing major players
– Ned Stark losing his head
– Daenerys with three baby dragons

Season 2:
– Five-way civil war for the Iron Throne
– Filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia
– Filler season

Season 3:
– Renly Baratheon is dead
– The White Walkers appear
– The Red Wedding
– Foreshadowing by George R. R. Martin

Season 4:
– Death of most of the Northern army
– Alliance between Lannisters and House Tyrell
– Petyr Littlefinger woos Lysa Arryn into marriage
– Joffrey’s poisoned at his wedding
– Tyrion and Sansa are suspects
– Revenge by House Martell
– Littlefinger kills Lysa for threatening Sansa

It was a struggle trying to summarize 4 seasons in just one episode. Was there something you think they missed? Did you have favorite episodes, characters, and moments in this show? Let us know!​

Key Points

The shocking murder of Joffrey Baratheon at his own wedding has created an explosive situation, with Tyrion and Sansa Lannister now facing a trial by combat involving the powerful House Martell.

By shockingly slaying the fan-favorite character Ned Stark, George R.R. Martin subverted traditional storytelling and demonstrated his dynamic, unpredictable writing style.

By utilizing real animal carcasses and providing extensive skinning training to actors, Game of Thrones has achieved unprecedented levels of realism and symbolism.

The epic filming locations of ‘Game of Thrones’ – from the majestic Dubrovnik, Croatia to the awe-inspiring Iceland – have enhanced the show’s visuals.

With its suspenseful plot twists and captivating story, Season One of Game of Thrones quickly became a must-watch, leaving viewers in awe and eagerly awaiting the next installment.

Uncovering a world full of danger, intrigue and mystery, Season 3 of Game of Thrones introduces an array of new characters, from the enigmatic Mance Rayder to the fierce Brienne of Tarth, and the chilling White Walkers, heightening the suspense and intensity of the show.

The Red Wedding in season three of Game of Thrones was an utterly devastating event, brutally slaughtering almost all of its unsuspecting protagonists.

The infamous Red Wedding, notoriously foreshadowed by George R.R. Martin, was an act of vengeance by the spiteful Walder Frey.

Tyrion and Sansa’s loveless, strategic union was a calculated maneuver to secure the allegiance of two of Westeros’ most powerful houses.

With a ruthless ambition, House Bolton under the command of the cruel Ramsay Snow succeeded in a devastating siege of Winterfell, leaving Stannis to overcome a daunting task in reclaiming the stronghold.

In a display of political power, Lord Petyr Baelish savagely murdered his own wife, Lysa, for daring to threaten his beloved political pawn, Sansa Stark.


– “I read the books first, and then later, I coughed up the money to actually watch the TV show.”

– “He is actually there to ask Ned to become the Hand of the King following the death of the previous Hand of the King, Jon Arryn, who we will get into at a later date of who he was and his role to play.”

– “We find out that the queen has been unfaithful to her husband with her twin brother, whom she had three children with Joffrey being one of them.”

– “I figured it might happen in like season two or three. I didn’t expect it at the end of the first season.”

– “The other bit of the story we didn’t mention was, um, Jon Snow being at the Wall, and he is beyond the Wall as well. Some of those scenes are actually filmed in Iceland, from what I read. So it’s like, very extreme.”

“There is a reason why Robert wanted Joffrey to marry Sansa to begin with. Because not only is it because it’s like, oh, this is my best friend’s daughter and my son, they should get married. They’re like the same age…It’s politics. It’s all politics.”

​- “The script for that episode was actually written by George R. Martin, which was pretty good because he kept it kind of a mystery as to who did it, who killed Joffrey.”

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