This episode begins with Rob mulling over tactics. Caitlyn, who is present, asks why he is telling her. He states that he did not heed her advice when it came to Theon. He is not about to repeat his mistake. She glances down to the map in front of them and mentions the possibility of being trapped between the Lanisters and the water. She states that they have to take the Casterly Rock first. She tells him to show the Lanisters what it is like to lose what they love. Rob’s men march on Casterly Rock. ..Read the full recap
Ratings: 5.22 Million Viewers
Episode Title: 'The Rains of Castamere' is the title of a song written about Tywin Lannister after he murdered the Reynes of Castamere.
Casting: George R.R. Martin had hoped to play one of the guests who is at the Red Wedding, but his schedule was too busy.
Trivia: This episode marks the first time that the credits roll in complete silence.
Awards and Nominations: 'The Rains of Castamere' was nominated for two 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards. One for Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series and one for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series.
Walder Frey: The Septon has said his prayer, the words have been said, and Lord Edmure has wrapped my daughter in his cloak. But, they are not yet Man and Wife. A sword needs a sheath, and a Wedding needs a Bedding!
Brynden Tully: Didn't you marry one of these Frey girls?
Roose Bolton: Aye. Lord Walder let me choose any of his granddaughters and promised me the girl's weight in silver as a dowry. And so I have a fat, young bride.
Catelyn Stark: I hope she makes you very happy.
Roose Bolton: Well, she's made me very rich.
Arya Stark: I'm not afraid.
Sandor Clegane: Of course you are. You're almost there and you're afraid you won't make it. The closer you get, the worse the fear gets. No point in trying to hide behind that face. I know fear when I see it. Seen it a lot.
Arya Stark: I knew fear when I saw it in you. You're afraid of fire. When Beric's sword went up in flames, you looked like a scared little girl. And I know why too. I heard what your brother did to you. Pressed your face to the fire like you're a nice juicy mutton chop.
Sandor Clegane: That give you some ideas?
Arya Stark: Might do.
Sandor Clegane: Go ahead then. Might get away. Might even make it there on your own. They're just over the river. Closest you've been to your family since Ilyn Payne snipped your daddy's neck.
Arya Stark: Someday, I'm going to put a sword through your eye and out the back of your skull.
Orell: (about Jon Snow) He's a crow, he'll always be a crow, and here's his crow wife guarding him. He'll stab us in the back first chance he gets.
Tormund Giantsbane: Kill him.
Walder Frey: The King in the North arises...
Catelyn Stark: Lord Walder! Lord Walder, enough! Let it end! Please. He is my son, my first son. Let him go and I swear we will forget this. I swear it, by the old gods and new, we will take no vengeance.
Walder Frey: You already swore me one oath right here in my castle. You swore by all the gods your son would marry my daughter!
Catelyn Stark: Take me for a hostage, but let Robb go! Robb, get up, get up and walk out. Please, please!
(Robb doesn't move)
Walder Frey: And why would I let him do that?
Catelyn Stark: On my honour as a Tully, on my honour as a Stark, let him go or I will cut your wife's throat!
Walder Frey: I'll find another.
Robb Stark: Mother...
(Roose walks up to Robb)
Roose Bolton: The Lannisters send their regards.
(Robb is stabbed and killed)
Jojen tells Bran that even wildlings living beyond the Wall who are wargs cannot enter into the minds of humans. However, this is not true. It is possible for wargs to enter the minds of humans, but they wont because it is considered to be a heinous crime and abomination.