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Game of Thrones: Walk of Punishment

Daenerys makes a deal for all the Unsullied and slaves in Astapor by offering something of value, against the advisement Ser Barristan Selmy and Ser Jorah Mormont. Jon Snow is sent with a band of wildings to scale the wall, while Arya and Gendry leave Hot Pie at the inn and are made to travel with the Brotherhood without Banners. In King's Landing, Tyrion is made the new Master of coin, while Petyr Baelish is sent to wed Lady Arryn in the Vale. Jamie convinces his captors against the rape and murder of Brienne with the thought of the amount her father may pay in Sapphires for her safe return. Jamie then tries to convince his captors that his father would pay them gold for his safe return to Kings Landing.

Source: HBO


Episode Info


Episode number: 3x3
Airdate: Sunday April 14th, 2013


Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky ATLANTIC) Apr 15, 2013

  • Currently 9.2/10
9.2/10 (13 Votes cast)

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Guest Stars
Ben Crompton
As Eddison Tollett (Brother of The Night's Watch)
Recurring
Ben Hawkey
As Hot Pie (Orphan Travelling with Gendry and Arya)
Recurring
Ciaran Hinds
As Mance Rayder (Leader of The Free Folk)
Recurring
Clive Russell
As Ser Brynden "Blackfish" Tully (Knight of House Tully, Uncle of Catelyn Stark)
Recurring
Dan Hildebrand
As Kraznys mo Nakloz (Good Master and Slave Trader in Astapor)
Recurring
Daniel Portman
As Podrick Payne (Young Squire Working For Tyrion Lannister)
Recurring
Dean Charles Chapman
As Martyn Lannister (Son of Ser Kevan Lannister)
Recurring
Esmé Bianco
As Ros (Prostitute in King's Landing Brothel)
Recurring
Gwendoline Christie
As Brienne of Tarth (Under Captivity With Jaime Lannister)
Recurring
Hannah Murray
As Gilly (Daughter and Wife of Craster)
Recurring
Ian McElhinney
As Lord Commander Barristan Selmy (Lord Commander of the Kingsguard)
Recurring
Iwan Rheon
As Ramsay Snow (Torturing Theon Greyjoy)
Recurring
Josephine Gillan
As Marei
Recurring
Julian Glover
As Pycelle (Former King's Grand Maester)
Recurring
Kristofer Hivju
As Tormund Giantsbane (Leader of Warband of Wildlings)
Recurring
Luke Barnes
As Rast (Ranger in The Night's Watch)
Recurring
Mackenzie Crook
As Orell (Wildling and Warg Marching For The Wall)
Recurring
Mark Stanley
As Grenn (Ranger in The Night's Watch)
Recurring
Michael Shelford
As Master Torturer (Leader of Men Torturing Theon Greyjoy)
Recurring
Nathalie Emmanuel
As Missandei (Translator for Daenerys Targaryen)
Recurring
Noah Taylor
As Locke (Takes Brienne and Jaime Lannister Into Custody)
Recurring
Paul Kaye
As Thoros of Myr (Red Priest of The Lord of Light)
Recurring
Philip McGinley
As Anguy (Archer in The Brotherhood Without Banners)
Recurring
Pixie Le Knot
As Kayla
Recurring
Robert Pugh
As Craster (Member of The Free Folk, Ally of The Night's Watch)
Recurring
Tim Gibbons
As Willem Lannister (Son of Ser Kevan Lannister)
Recurring
Tobias Menzies
As Lord Edmure Tully (Son of Lord Hoster Tully, Brother of Catelyn Stark)
Recurring
Kylie Rae Harris
As Genna (Prostitute in King's Landing Brothel)
Lisa Walsh
As Craster's Younger Wife
Mark Drake
As Tortured Slave (Offered Water By Daenerys Targaryen)
Michelle Costello (1)
As Craster's Wife (Delivers Gilly's Baby)
Main Cast
Charles Dance
As Lord Tywin Lannister
Alfie Allen
As Theon Greyjoy
Rory McCann
As Sandor Clegane
Nikolaj Coster Waldau
As Ser Jaime Lannister
Peter Dinklage
As Tyrion Lannister
Iain Glen
As Ser Jorah Mormont
Kit Harington
As Jon Snow
Lena Headey
As Queen Cersei Lannister
Richard Madden
As Robb Stark
Michelle Fairley
As Lady Catelyn Stark
Emilia Clarke
As Daenerys Targaryen
Maisie Williams
As Arya Stark
Rose Leslie
As Ygritte
Oona Chaplin
As Queen Talisa Maegyr
Joe Dempsie
As Gendry
Conleth Hill
As Lord Varys
Jerome Flynn
As Bronn
James Cosmo
As Lord Commander Jeor Mormont
Stephen Dillane
As Stannis Baratheon
John Bradley (2)
As Samwell Tarly
Carice Van Houten
As Melisandre
Aidan Gillen
As Petyr Baelish

Recap

The episode begins with Robb Stark and Catelyn at the funeral of Lord Hoster Tully. After Edmure Tully tries to hit the boat containing the body with a burning arrow but keeps failing, his uncle, Brynden Tully ‘the Blackfish’, pushes him aside and shoots an arrow, setting the boat afire. After the funeral, Edmure brags to Rob about taking an old Mill, but Robb is not impressed. Edmure argues that he took hostages, the Lannister cousins, but Robb points out they are not of as equal value as his sisters. He is also not happy that they lost many men, which they need more of, than Tywin does. ..

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Episode Notes
Ratings: 4.72 Million Viewers

Episode Title: 'Walk of Punishment' is a term used in Astapor to describe the walk through the city where tortured and punished slaves are displayed.

Awards and Nominations: 'Walk of Punishment' was nominated for the 2013 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Costuming For A Series.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Gary LightbodyThe Bear and the Maiden FairSung by a Bolton soldier.
The Hold SteadyThe Bear and the Maiden FairClosing Credits
Ramin DjawadiMain TitleOpening Credits


Episode Quotes
Edmure Tully: We took hostages, Willem Lannister, Martyn Lannister.
Robb Stark: Willem and Martyn Lannister are fourteen years old.
Brynden Tully: Martyn is fifteen, I believe.
Robb Stark: Tywin Lannister has my sisters. Have I sued for peace?
Edmure Tully: No.
Robb Stark: Do you think he'll sue for peace because we have his father's brother's great-grandsons?

Hot Pie: Oh, I made you something.
Arya Stark: What is it?
Hot Pie: It's a wolf.
Gendry: Yes, it is.
Arya Stark: This is the tail?
Hot Pie: Yeah.
Gendry: Well, be safe.
Hot Pie: Yeah, you too. Don't get stabbed.
Gendry: You don't...burn your fingers.
Arya Stark: Good bye, Hot Pie.
Hot Pie: Good bye, Arry.
Arya Stark: Hey, Hot Pie! It's really good!

Bronn: What are you saying? That the ladies enjoyed him so much, they gave him the time for free?
Tyrion Lannister: Is that what your telling us?
(Pod smiles)
Tyrion Lannister: Sit down Podrick.
Bronn: We're going to need details.
Tyrion Lannister: Copious details.

Jaime Lannister: When we make camp tonight, you'll be raped. More than once. None of these men have ever been with a noblewomen. You'd be wise not to resist.
Brienne of Tarth: Would I?
Jaime Lannister: They'll knock your teeth out.
Brienne of Tarth: You think I care about my teeth?
Jaime Lannister: No, I don't think you care about your teeth. If you fight them, they will kill you, do you understand? I'm the prisoner of value, not you.

Daenerys Targaryen: Is it true what Master Kraznys told me about the Unsullied? About their obedience?
Missandei: All questions have been taken from them. They obey, that is all. Once they are yours, they are yours. They will fall on their swords if you command it.
Daenerys Targaryen: And what about you? You know that I'm taking you to war. You may go hungry, you may fall sick, you may be killed.
Missandei: Valar morghulis.
Daenerys Targaryen: Yes. All men must die, but we are not men.

Barristan Selmy: When your brother Rhaegar led his army into battle at the Trident, men died for him because they believed in him, because they loved him, not because they'd been bought at a slavers' auction. I fought beside the last Dragon on that day, Your Grace. I bled beside him.
Jorah Mormont: Rhaegar fought valiantly, Rhaegar fought nobly, and Rhaegar died.

Bronn: I've never borrowed money before. I'm not clear on the rules.
Tyrion Lannister: Well, ahem, the basic principle is I lend you money, and after an agreed-upon period of time, you return it with interest.
Bronn: And what if I don't?
Tyrion Lannister: Well, you have to.
Bronn: But what if I don't?
Tyrion Lannister: This is why I don't lend you money. Anyway, it's not my father I'm worried about, it's the Iron Bank of Braavos. We owe them tens of millions. If we fail to repay these loans, the Bank will fund our enemies. One way or another, they always get their gold back.



Cultural References
Snow Patrol: Gary Lightbody, the lead singer of the band 'Snow Patrol' made a cameo in this episode, singing "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" as a soldier for Bolton.



Episode References
Season 3, Episode 2: Brienne of Tarth and Jaime Lannister were captured by Locke in 3x02 "Dark Wings, Dark Words" while travelling towards King's Landing.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Hound found Arya Stark in 3x02 "Dark Wings, Dark Words" as she ate in a pub with the Brotherhood Without Banners.

Season 3, Episode 2: Rickon, Hodor, Bran and Osha met Jojen and Meera Reed in 3x02 "Dark Wings, Dark Words" while travelling North for The Wall.

Season 3, Episode 1: Daenerys Targaryen arrived at Astapor in 3x01 "Valar Dohaeris," where she plans to buy an army.

Season 3, Episode 2: Jon Snow began travelling back towards The Wall in 3x02 "Dark Wings, Dark Words" with Mace Rayder.

Season 3, Episode 2: After being knocked out by his own men, Theon Greyjoy was revealed to be a prisoner in 3x02 "Dark Wings, Dark Words" and is being tortured and questioned about his siege of Winterfell.



Other Episode Crew

Associate ProducerOliver Butler  |  Annick Wolkan
Line ProducerLisa McAtackney
First Assistant DirectorMark Taylor (2)
Second Assistant DirectorPaul Taylor (1)
Music SupervisorEvyen Klean
Executive Story EditorBryan Cogman
Visual Effects SupervisorJoe Bauer
Visual Effects ProducerSteve Kullback
 
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