GOT3 Is Coming…Come On Already!

Okay, I don’t know about you guys, but I am really getting very impatient waiting for GOT Season 3!  I’ve read practically every thing I could get my hands on, watched Seasons 1 and 2 until I can recite all the lines by heart, and started A Storm of Swords.  So I do have some intel, but it’s a terrible thing!

I have burning questions.  I know I can get answers if I start reading further into the books, but I don’t want to spoil it for myself.  I know; it’s ridiculous.  So, I sit here frustrated and imagining all kinds of scenarios that may unfold in Season 3.

Like Jon Snow and Ygritte.  They’ve sort of bonded now that he saved her life by not killing her when he was supposed to, and she in turn saved his when she stuck up for him and insisted to her fellow Wildlings that Mance Rayder should decide for himself if he wanted Ned Stark’s bastard son dead or alive.  I’m wondering if Jon’s going to break his oath.  There was a lot of sexual tension there; just saying!  Where’s that “jealous” button?  Oh, I forgot, there’s no such button on Facebook :)  but there should be.

And when is that little crap of a King, Joffrey, going to get his?  I cannot stand the sight of him.  Even his mother, who is a royal B…, is surprised at his sadistic ways.  Now, he and Margery Tyrell are to be married.  The poor girl!   And Sansa is not off the hook according to Littlefinger because Joffrey can still abuse her, married or not.

Cersei should be ashamed of herself for bedding her cousin while Jaime is imprisoned by the Starks.  Really?  Obviously, her loyalty to him is nothing compared to his to her.  He admitted to Catelyn Stark that he had never been with another woman.  I hope Jaime finds out and kicks Cersei to the curb.  What am I saying?  This is sick, anyway.  I am forgetting that they are siblings – twins, even!  Ewwww!!!

Then there’s Arya.  ”Girl/Boy – You are a Sword”  I loved Syrio,  her Dancing Master.  I hope the Gold Cloaks didn’t kill him, but it doesn’t look good.  He may have said “not today”, but as he declared himself, “There is only one God and his name is Death.”  Fortunately for Arya, Ned Stark wasn’t a minute too soon in acquiring a mentor for her.  Syrio taught her well.  I can only imagine what Season 3 is going to bring our she-wolf.  She’s one of the strongest characters in the series – and just a little girl at that!  Something tells me she’ll only get stronger.

And, Bran – the poor little crippled lord!  What of him?  Of all people, the captured Wildling, Osha, is the one to help him and Rickon escape Winterfell and Theon Greyjoy’s bloodlust.  They’re off to the Wall to see Jon.  I hope they get to see their brother.  The Starks, parents and children, have been scattered to the four winds and it saddens me to see the little ones without the comfort of a mother and father.

Daenerys Targaryn – Khaleesi!!  What a woman.  Eats a stallion’s heart raw, births 3 dragons in the fire and outwits the Warlocks in the House of the Undying.  Oh sure, she was deceived by Xaro Xhoan Daxos, but that just served to teach her a lesson.  She was grateful to him because she would never let something like that happen again.  Dany is realizing that she has to depend on herself for help; that she cannot trust very many people.  I wonder what she’s going to do when she finds out that Jorah Mormont was spying for Lord Varys.  OMG it’s gonna hit the fan!!

March 31, 2013 cannot come fast enough!  Nobody call me that night – okay??


  1. LD says:

    I started re-reading the entire series about 2 months ago. I’m about halfway through book 5 again! I read the series with the expectation that book 6 would be out LAST fall… We see how that played out… Anyway, the story is amazing! And, without spoiling too much, just don’t get too attached to any of the main characters… The reason that this story is so good is because the characters are based on human experience rather than the traditional “Good” vs “Evil” plot line. The other reason is that nobody is safe. If the protagonists were all invulnerable, there would be no suspense. The story is Bigger than you’re giving it credit for.

    • septsecond says:

      I agree that the story is bigger than I am giving it credit for. However, these articles are written for the GoT TV series viewer and do not contain any spoilers from the books. They’re written from the point of view of someone not having read the books (or at least the series in entirety to date) who is commenting of what they have seen and not read to date, drawing conclusions from only that.

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