Named after the sigil representing House Baelish at present; Game of Thrones: Season 4, Episode 7 unveiled conspiracies as well as intentions of Lord Petyr Baelish – well at least some of them. Though, more appearances were expected from Lord Petyr Baelish in previous episode (Mockingbird).
On the contrary, Petyr Baelish appeared minutes before the episode could conclude. However, his presence without a doubt was extraordinary as usual. If conspiracy had a shape or face, it would make a perfect sigil to represent Lord Baelish. Nevertheless, a mockingbird does just fine for the moment.
Lord Baelish confronts Sansa Stark that he had feelings for her mother (Lady Catelyn Stark) and does something unexpected. Let me just put it this way. It was never expected from Petyr Baelish to play the game of thrones recklessly – or should I say he wasn’t; and it was yet another cunning scheme planted.
Lysa Arryn asks Lord Baelish for the reason of his betrayal. Deep down she knows it though, she just doesn’t want to accept that Petyr Baelish has loved one woman his entire life, her sister; till Petyr Baelish says it out-loud and pushes Lysa Arryn in the moon door. That’s right Lysa Arryn is dead which means that Vale belongs rightfully to Lord Petyr Baelish.
Arya Stark along with The Hound is on her way to the Vale, unaware that her sister Sansa Stark is there already. Arya and Hound have started to get along with each other. But, only the time can tell if unprecedented future events would make Arya Stark to remove The Hound’s name from the list of people she wants to kill.
Tyrion Lannister, after his words of wisdom, still awaits a warrior to be his champion. After being accused of King Jeoffrey’s murder and realizing that all evidences and witnesses have been manipulated by Cersie Lannister, Tyrion demanded a trial by combat.
Tyrion asks Bronn, a skilled sellsword who have been serving for quite some time as his bodyguard, to take the fight against The Mountain, Cersie Lannister’s champion. Tyrion is however slapped with a rational answer.
When Bronn chooses his fiancé from Westfield King’s Landing over Tyrion, Jaime Lannister is Tyrion’s last hope. However, even Jaime is no match for The Mountain, after losing his sword-hand. Sadly, Jaime knows it too and declines to be Tyrion’s champion in his trial by combat.
With all hope lost, Tyrion decides to take up the fight against Mountain himself when he is approached by Oberyn Martell:
“I want to bring those who have wronged me to justice and all those who have wronged me are right here. I will be your champion”. – Oberyn Martell.
This took Internet by storm, an epic moment to match the exhilaration of Tyrion’s speech in 6th episode. Here are 20 best responses to Game of Thrones: Mockingbird
— Daenerys Targaryen (@danygonebad) May 19, 2014
— Jessica Labus (@JessicaLabus) May 20, 2014
Petyr Baelish: the only person who takes mad violent revenge for being friend zoned #GoT
— Charlotte Atkinson (@Charl_Atkinson) May 19, 2014
“Nothing is nothing.” Point philosophie du jour by Arya Stark. #GoT
— flynn & vega (@discuss_paris) May 19, 2014
FYI. Dont’ ever tell Arya Stark your name. #GoT
— Jose Cabrera (@areofilm) May 19, 2014
— tim gavin (@GAV2299) May 19, 2014
— Daenerys Stormborn (@Daenerys_TDrogo) May 19, 2014
There is Satan. And then there is Lord Petyr Baelish. #GOT
— Mrs.Floyd ⚽ (@Artistic_HL) May 19, 2014
— cynthia (@cynt_fda) May 19, 2014
the fact that Oberyn Martell is only in like one more episode is killing me
— (@KARENGlLLEN) May 19, 2014
oberyn martell is quickly rising on my list of favorite characters, which means he will probably die soon
— hayles. (@assbutt) May 19, 2014
— Brandon Billings (@bbillingskc) May 20, 2014
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