“Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” delivers a disturbing rape and questionable moments in a rare mediocre episode of Game of Thrones.
“Kill the Boy” steps out of King’s Landing and places the spotlight up North and in Meereen, where Jon and Dany each find themselves at a crossroads.
Violent factions dominate the show in “Sons of the Harpy” as the Tyrells are faltering and Jaime and Bronn’s Dornish quest hits a violent detour.
“High Sparrow” narrows in the show’s focus and offers some great character work and plot advancement on the featured story lines.
“The House of Black and White” greatly broadens the show’s focus while managing to have meaningful scenes from location to location.
“Aporia” thrives off of its unpredictability and sets the stage for what promises to be a grand finale for season three.
“Lantern” ends season three on a brilliant but tragic note, leaving the door wide open for season four to explore new beginnings.
“The Wars To Come” is a solid season premiere that begins the slow process of establishing a new status quo after season four destroyed the old one.
“The Children” is by far and away the best season finale yet and delivers payoffs that have been years in the making, ushering in a new era for season five to explore.
“The Watchers on the Wall” dedicates itself entirely to the Battle of Castle Black and delivers a stunning episode filled with brilliant action, visuals, and emotional moments.