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He is a Bravo; their swords, Rapiers (Arya's sword, Needle is created based on a Rapier), are not the same as a Westerosi Knight's (who usually use a Long or Broadsword). Unlike the fighting style of Westerosi knights, Water Dancers favor slender, lighter swords for a faster, more elegant fighting style based on sword thrusts, instead of the hacking and ...
They're having an underwater tea party. An imaginary tea party is a common playtime acivity among kids; Johnny and Cleo are simply having it in a pool. Says Stephen Dorff who plays Johnny (about the Chateau Marmont hotel): When you stay in a hotel for that long, and you have friends come join you, you kind of host the party every night, so I'm paying for ...
I think it was just scribbles/nonsensical doodles, from the looks of it. Below is a still from the episode, if it helps any: (Edit: I got the image from this article. Didn't find it very useful otherwise, but figured I should source the picture.)
TL;DR : Catelyn slapped Roose because she realized that they were about to be betrayed, and that Roose was a part of it. She knew this because he was wearing chainmail at the wedding. One of the most sacred traditions in Westeros is that of "Guest Right", which is a sacred law protecting both hosts AND guests from hostility while staying at another's ...
He was wearing a mail underneath, which is a battle clothing not for a marriage ceremony. But her suspicion started when she notices Black Walder Rivers close the banquet hall doors and the musicians in the gallery begin playing "The Rains of Castamere"- the song commemorating House Lannister's decisive and brutal victory against the rebellious ...
Homer was not regrouping at a prearranged place, a safe point or a tactically strong point, but at a sea food restaurant! Typical of Homer. The only thing that would be more typical of Homer is regrouping at either Moe's or a donut shop.
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