Game of Thrones Re-Watch: A Man Without Honor

The next season of Game of Thrones starts July 16.  As preparation, I’m re-watching the first six seasons of the show. Below are 15 thoughts I had while watching the seventh episode of season two, “A Man Without Honor.” Spoilers for the entire series, but for this episode in particular.

Theon Greyjoy in A Man Without Honor

  1. It just occured to me that Theon and Osha had sex in Ned and Catelyn Stark’s marital bed. I find that disturbing, considering Ned raised Theon.
  2. Interesting that Lorch was killed with wolfsbane, as the sigil of Arya’s house is a direwolf.
  3. In a series where women have almost no power, Arya is a true feminist. Although I hate that Tywin compares her to Cersei.
  4. Xaro is such a filthy liar.
  5. Maester Luwin had such a kind heart. He never stopped trying to save Theon from himself.
  6. Seems the loss of her dragons has finally taught Daenerys not to trust anyone.
  7. I feel for Sansa. Getting your period is bad enough without having to worry about being forced to breed with a monster.
  8. Robert really was a wonderful husband, wasn’t he? Of course, we know Cersei’s children weren’t actually his, but he didn’t, and here he was skipping their births.
  9. The relationships in the Lannister family are so messed up. If they aren’t sleeping together then they’re killing one another.
  10. I wonder how uncomfortable the actress who played Quaithe was in that costume.
  11. “Your dragons will bring the world nothing but death and misery.” – I really hope that is not true. Although knowing how morbid GRRM is, it might be.
  12. Tyrion is a much better brother to Cersei than she is a sister to him.
  13. “Tommen and Myrcella are good, decent children.” – And they both died tragic deaths at young ages because of a war their mother started.
  14. Those poor little boys. First they lose their parents, then they’re killed and burned beyond recognition before being put on display.
  15. And poor Maester Luwin, who thinks that those little boys are Bran and Rickon.


One thought on “Game of Thrones Re-Watch: A Man Without Honor

  1. I really love Sansa. She gets a lot of flack but I feel like her story is very tragic and her reactions to situation are realistic and believable. Hope she finally gets to rise up this season.


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