[Servant stops in front of WALDER. He takes a piece of bread from the plate and eats it] The Rains of Castamere by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, David Nutter & D.B. Weiss)

Walder Frey wants his guests to feel welcome. He makes sure that everybody observes Guest Right (unwritten laws of hospitality in which a host can’t harm guests, and vice versa, as long as they eat bread and salt) from the beginning.

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ROBB gazes at TALISA laying on the ground with her hand on her bloodied stomach. He starts crawling towards her. WALDER notices and signals for everybody to stop]

WALDER: The King in the North arises, heh heh.
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ROSLIN gets down on her knees in front of EDMURE]

ROSLIN: Lord Edmure, I hope I’m not a disappointment to you.
The Rains of Castamere by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, David Nutter & D.B. Weiss)

Even though he’s an idiot, Edmure Tully is a noble lord and is the Lord of House Tully’s ancestral seat, Riverrun. Considering how Robb Stark wasn’t particularly enamored with the thought of marrying a Frey girl, the Freys made sure to choose a beautiful, courteous girl (Roslin). That’s because Edmure had his own reservations about marrying a Frey girl.

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When WALDER and ROSLIN finally reach the altar, he removes her veil. EDMURE'S fear of an ugly bride are put to rest when he finally sees how beautiful ROSLIN is. The Rains of Castamere by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, David Nutter & D.B. Weiss)

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Bran Stark: I'll never shoot another arrow.
Maester Luwin: And where is that written?
Bran Stark: You need legs to work a bow.
Maester Luwin: Hmm... If the saddle Lord Tyrion designed actually works, you could learn to shoot a bow from horseback.
Bran Stark: Really?
Maester Luwin: Dothraki boys learn when they're four years old. Why shouldn't you?
The Wolf and The Lion by Game of Thrones

When Tyrion Lannister accompanied the Night’s Watch on their way to the wall, he befriended Jon Snow, Ned Stark’s bastard son and older half-brother of Bran Stark. Tyrion felt a certain kinship with Jon because they were both looked down upon by their respective families: Jon for being a bastard and Tyrion for being a dwarf.

Tyrion even saved Jon from being attacked by his fellow Night’s Watch brothers and gave him advice on how to properly deal with them going forward.

Before Tyrion leaves the Wall, Jon asks him on his return back to Winterfell, if he could help Bran somehow. Bran had finally woken up from his coma and lost the ability to walk. Tyrion promises Jon that he will help Bran. He designs a saddle concept, based on his own saddle, that will allow Bran to ride horses again (one of his favorite hobbies).

Maester Luwin of Winterfell believes that if Tyrion’s saddle design works, then Bran could technically learn to shoot a bow from horseback (archery is another one of Bran’s favorite hobbies).

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Robert Baratheon: Stop this madness in the name of your King! The Wolf and The Lion by Game of Thrones

When the King speaks, you best listen.

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Loras Tyrell: I owe you my life, Ser.
Sandor Clegane: I'm no Ser.
The Wolf and The Lion by Game of Thrones

Ser Loras Tyrell is grateful that Sandor “The Hound” Clegane defended him from his overpowering demented brother, Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane. The Hound, who hates his brother ever since he burned his face when they were children, could not stand idle as The Mountain was wrecking havoc on his horse and Loras. The Hound was doing what he had to do to stop The Mountain from completely ruining the Tourney, after he was unhorsed by Loras during their joust.

Loras also makes the mistake of referring to The Hound as “Ser,” which is a title given to anointed knights. While The Mountain is an actual knight, The Hound refuses to become a knight. He doesn’t believe in their vows not to mention that his own brother, whom he hates, is a knight.

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Eddard Stark: Where's Arya
Sansa Stark: At her dancing lessons. The Knight of the Flowers.
Sansa Stark: Thank you, Ser Loras.

After bowing to Sansa,
The Wolf and The Lion by Game of Thrones

While at the Hand’s Tourney, Ned Stark inquires about the location of his youngest daughter, Arya Stark. His oldest daughter, Sansa, tells him that she is at her “dancing lessons,” which is the code name for Arya’s sword fighting training with Syrio Forel, a highly trained fighter from Braavos.

Ser Loras Tyrell is a knight and a member of House Tyrell in The Reach. As a result of his good looks, women throughout the Seven Kingdoms are infatuated with him and view him as the epitome of a gallant knight. He is known as the Knight of Flowers, partly because the sigil of House Tyrell is a flower

and also because he is known for giving flowers to beautiful girls at Tourney’s. In this case, he hands Sansa a flower, which delights her considering how much she adores Loras.

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Loras exchanges looks with Renly Baratheon. The Wolf and The Lion by Game of Thrones

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[OSHA stares at RICKON who looks back at her] The Rains of Castamere by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, David Nutter & D.B. Weiss)

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