Game of Thrones: Seasons 1-4 – Blu-ray Edition

game of thrones seasons 1-4George R.R. Martin wrote a series of best selling fantasy books and they have been adapted into a series on HBO. A terrific series by HBO.  In this world the summer last decades and winters can last a human lifetime. It is a world of the Seven Kingdoms and ruled over by the man that sits on the Iron Throne. The north is frozen, the south is powerful, the east is a violent place and an ancient towering wall protects the kingdom from what lies beyond. Like most kingdoms the Seven Kingdoms is filled with deceit, betrayal, honor, control, nobility, and victory. It all makes for great television.

Season One:

Episode 1: Winter is Coming: A Night’s Watch deserter brings some troubling news to Lord Ned Stark (played by Sean Bean), King Robert (played by Mark Addy) and all the Lannisters arrive at Winterfall, and Viserys Targaryen (played by Harry Lloyd) makes an alliance with the Dothraki.

Episode 2: The King’s Road: After seeing something he shouldn’t Bran (played by Isaac Hempstead Wright) is rendered “silent” by Jaime Lannister (played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), Jon (played by Kit Harington) heads to the Wall to be a Night, and Ned has a family crisis on his hands on the way to King’s Landing.

Episode 3: Lord Snow: Tyrion (played by Peter Dinklage) is impressed by Jon, Ned has to face his past and future at King’s Landing, and Daenarys (played by Emilia Clarke) butts heads with her brother, Viserys.

Episode 4: Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things: Ned investigates Arryn’s death, Jon figures out a way to protect Sam (played by John Bradley) and Tyrion is caught in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Episode 5: The Wolf and the Lion: Ned refuses to carry out an order from the King, Tyrion manages to escape from a dangerous situation and then finds himself in another.

Episode 6: A Golden Crown: Ned makes a contentious decree, Tyrion is forced to confess to his crimes and Viserys demands his final payment for his sister, Daenerys.

Episode 7: You Win or You Die: Ned confronts Cersei (played by Lena Headey) about her secrets, Jon takes his Night’s Watch vows, Drogo (played by Jason Momoa) vows to lead the Dothraki in an invasion of King’s Landing.

Episode 8: The Pointy End: The Lannisters use their advantage over the Starks, Robb (played by Richard Madden) gathers his father’s armies and begins to travel south to war.

Episode 9: Baelor: Ned makes a decision that will have large repercussions, Robb takes on an important prisoner and Daenarys finds her time as Queen of the Dothraki in peril.

Episode 10: Fire and Blood: There is a new king in the North and the Khaleesi goes through a tragedy to find hope on the other side.

Special Features:

Making of
15 Character profile clips
Creating the Dothraki language
Inside the Night’s Watch
From Book to Screen
Creating the Show Open
7 Audio Commentaries Guide to Westeros

Digital Copy

Blu-ray Exclusive Features:
Complete Guide to Westeros
In-Episode Guide
Anatomy of an Episode
Hidden Dragon Eggs

Season Two:

Episode 1: The North Remembers: Tyrion (played by Peter Dinklage) arrives in King’s Landing to stand in for his father as ruler. Robb Stark (played by Richard Madden) continues his attempt at waging war against the Lannisters.

Episode 2: The Night Lands: A scout of Dany’s (played by Emilia Clarke) returns and doesn’t have the best of news. While on the road north Arya (played by Maisie Williams) lets Gendry (played by Joe Dempsie) know who she is.

Episode 3: What is Dead May Never Die: The offer of marriage brings potential allies to Tyrion. Cat (played by Michelle Fairley), on behalf of Robb, tries to make an ally of King Renly (played by Gethin Anthony).

Episode 4: Garden of Bones: Tyrion finds help from the Queen’s servants. Joffrey (played by Jack Gleeson) takes out his anger about Robb’s lack of success in the field on Sansa (played by Sophie Turner).

Episode 5: Ghosts of Harrenhal: Cat has to run which brings about a quick reaction by Littlefinger. The Night Watch’s at the ancient fortress make a stand against the wildlings.

Episode 6: The Old Gods and the New: Joffrey meets his subjects. Jon (played by Kit Harington) is afforded the opportunity to prove his worth.

Episode 7: A Man Without Honor: While in the wilds Jon’s vows are questioned. Sansa awakes to something horrifying.

Episode 8: The Prince of Winterfell: Robb is faced with a betrayal. Jaqen (played by Tom Wlaschiha) has to repay his debt to Arya.

Episode 9: Blackwater: Stannis (played by Stephen Dillane) begins his attack on King’s Landing. Tyrion and the Lannisters have to fight for their lives at the Blackwater Rush.

Episode 10: Valar Morghulis: Jaqen gives Arya a gift. The winner at Blackwater gives his supporters their reward.

Special Features:

-Digital Copy

-In-Episode Guide

-Character Profiles

-Histories & Lore

-War of the Five Kings

-Creating the Battle of Blackwater Bay

-Game of Thrones Inner Circle

-The Religions of Westero

-Hidden Dragon Eggs

Episode 1: Valar Dohaeris: In the North, Jon (played by Kit Harington) meets the King Beyond the Wall. After the Battle of Blackwater Tyrion (played by Peter Dinklage) expects his reward.

Episode 2: Dark Wings, Dark Words: In the North, Bran (played by Isaac Hempstead Wright) meets some new allies. Arya (played by Maisie Williams) rendez-vous with the Brothers without Banners.

Episode 3: Walk of Punishment: Tyrion finds himself with some new responsibilities. While traveling South, Jaime (played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Brienne (played by Gwendoline Christie) face some trouble.

Episode 4: And Now His Watch is Ended: On the on the other side of the Wall tension rise between Night’s Watch and Craster. Jaime tends to his own injuries.

Episode 5: Kissed by Fire: On the other side of the Wall Jon breaks his vows. Robb (played by Richard Madden) is betrayed on the battlefield.

Episode 6: The Climb: Jaime is dealt with by Roose Bolton (played by Michael McElhatton). Robb tries to right things with Walder Frey (played by Tom Brooke).

Episode 7: The Bear and the Maiden Fair: Brienne finds herself in a sticky situation. Sansa (played by Sophie Turner) worries about the upcoming wedding.

Episode 8: Second Sons: In King’s Landing a seemingly unsuited couple gets married. Daenerys (played by Emelia Clarke) meets the Titan’s Bastard.

Episode 9: The Rains of Castamere: While up North Jon’s loyalty is put to the test. Daenerys and her new army plot their invasion of Yunkai.

Episode 10: Mhysa: Bran voyages beyond the Wall. Jaime returns to King’s Landing. Joffrey (played by Jack Gleeson) challenges his grandfather.

Special Features: In-Episode Guide, A Gathering Storm, New Characters, The Rains of Castamere Unveiled, Deleted and Extended Scenes, Histories & Lore, Roots of Westeros, Inside the Wildlings, The Politics of Marriage

Episode 1: Two Swords: Jaime (played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) has to adjust to life in prison. Jon (played by Kit Harington) is at Castle Black to stand trial.

Episode 2: The Lion and the Rose: Anyone who is anyone turns up for the wedding of Joffrey (played by Jack Gleeson) and Margaery (played by Natalie Dormer). Stannis (played by Stephen Dillane) is at the end of his rope with Davos (played by Liam Cunningham).

Episode 3: Breaker of Chains: Tyrion (played by Peter Dinklage) wonders if any of his family members will help him out of his sticky situation. Sansa (played by Sophie Turner) manages to escape from King’s Landing.

Episode 4: Oathkeeper: Jon is accepting of any volunteer. Daenerys (played by Emilia Clarke) looks for both justice and mercy.

Episode 5: First of His Name: A new mission is begun by Jon. Daenerys plans for the future.

Episode 6: The Laws of Gods and Men: Tyrion has a confrontation with his father in the Throne Room. Stannis negotiates a deal with the Iron Bank of Braavos.

Episode 7: Mockingbird: The warnings that Jon gave about the Wall’s weaknesses are ignored. An unexpected ally presents themselves to Tyrion.

Episode 8: The Mountain and the Viper: Mole’s Town gets some unexpected visitors. Tyrion’s fate is decided.

Episode 9: The Watchers on the Wall: A challenge to the Wall tests the Night’s Watch. Sam (played by John Bradley) hides Gilly (played by Hannah Murray) and her baby in the food larder in Castle Black.

Episode 10: The Children: Bran (played by Isaac Hempstead Wright) learns of his destiny. Tyrion escapes, commits a murder and then finds Shae (played by Sibel Kekilli) in his father’s bed.

Special Features: In-Episode Guide, The Politics of Power: A Look Back at Season 3, New Characters and Locations, Bastards of Westeros, Histories & Lore, Behind the Battle For the Wall, The Fallen: A Roundtable, Deleted Scenes, Digital Copy, Blooper Reel

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