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The time has come. We figured after five seasons, and 50 episodes so far, it\'s time to rank the best Game of Thrones episodes.
The series isn\'t over, of course, so this list will probably shift a bit over time, but as of right now here are the very best chapters from HBO\'s adaptation of George R. R. Martin\'s A Song of Ice and Fire book series. Filled with maulings, meltings, charrings, beheadings, and weddings.
So sit back and get ready to disagree in all caps because dark lists bring dark words. And Winter is about to \'splode all over the place. Here are the Top 10 episodes of Game of Thrones...
Cracking into the Top 10 right at at the opening comes Season 5\'s "The Dance of Dragons" - an episode that featured one of the series\' most tragic moments followed almost immediately by one of its most soaring. The sad sacrifice of Shireen is still fresh in our scarred minds, as is Daenerys\' majestic flight atop Drogon as she fled a bloody coup attempt down in Meereen\'s giant fighting arena.
After four seasons, Game of Thrones finally gave us a wedding reception we could rejoice in. King Joffrey - a complete pain in the ass until the very end - choked to death while engaging in one of his favorite pastimes: Tormenting Tyrion. The young, dim brute died in agony, clutching his throat. George R. R. Martin couldn\'t have planned it better. Well, he did in more ways than one, we suppose, since he wrote the episode. Yes, the author who\'d robbed us of so many heroes finally wiped one of the show\'s most foul villains off the map. And it was glorious.
Jaime was forced to wear his severed hand around his neck, Margaery began her manipulation of Joffrey (much to Cersei\'s displeasure), Theon got tricked by Ramsay into thinking he was escaping, and Lord Commander Mormont of the Night\'s Watch was killed during a dastardly mutiny at Craster\'s Keep. All that
Daenerys made off with an army of eight thousand Unsullied soldiers after she turned her dragons loose on the slave masters of Astapor, leaving scorched earth and crackled bodies in her wake. DRACARYS!
Game of Thrones - "And Now His Watch is Ended" Episode Review
This Season 1 standout saw Tyrion get dragged before Lysa Arryn in the Eyrie to face changes of attempted murder. There he used jokes to turn the entire situation into a laughing stock before paying Bronn, a sellsword who aided Catelyn in his capture, to fight for him during a "trial by combat." And so a legendary friendship began. Meanwhile, Ned actually
being King Robert\'s Hand, but was never able to make it out of King\'s Landing because Jaime took exception to his brother being nabbed by Catelyn. And so the two clashed. And Ned fell. He was so close to getting out!
Game of Thrones - "The Wolf and the Lion" Episode Review
In "The Mountain and the Viper," Daenerys discovered Jorah\'s betrayal and banished him while a newly confident Sansa donned a striking new black dress. But what everyone remembers the most is the final, jaw-dropping (head-popping) 10 minutes featuring the fight between Oberyn Martell and Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane. A fight that almost went our way until the last few seconds when Oberyn got caught monologuing and paid the painful price. Proof that George R. R. Martin probably would have had Count Rugen kill Inigo Montoya had he written The Princess Bride.
Game of Thrones - Let\'s Talk About the Big Fight!
More death and betrayal as the Game of Thrones Top 10 continues on Page 2...
Game of Thrones First Aired Apr. 2011
Season 5 Differences, Season 4 Differences, Season 3 Differences, Season 2 Differences, Season 1 Differences,
House Stark, House Tully, House Lannister, House Baratheon, House Targaryen, House Greyjoy,