2x04 Garden of Bones
First Aired: Apr. 22, 2012 on HBO
Summary: Joffrey punishes Sansa for Robb’s victories, while Tyrion and Bronn scramble to temper the king’s cruelty. Catelyn entreats Stannis and Renly to forego their ambitions and unite against the Lannisters. Dany and her exhausted khalasar arrive at the gates of Qarth, a prosperous city with…
Main Characters in this Episode
Joffrey Baratheon: I'm punishing her!
Tyrion Lannister: For what crime? She does not fight her brother's battles, you half-wit!
Joffrey Baratheon: You can't talk to me like that! The king can do as he likes!
Tyrion Lannister: The Mad King did as he liked. Has your uncle Jaime told you what happened to him?
Meryn Trant: No one threatens His Grace in the presence of the Kingsguard!
Tyrion Lannister: I am not threatening the King, Ser Meryn, I am educating my nephew. Bronn, the next time Ser Meryn speaks, kill him. That was a threat. See the difference?
- Goof (audio/visual unsynchronized): When Arya adds Polliver and The Mountain to her prayers, her lip movements don't match when she says "The Mountain."
- Goof (continuity error): Catelyn accused Littlefinger of betraying Ned, although she had no way to know that Littlefinger was responsible to Ned's downfall.
- According to the novel, the Lannisters never sent Littlefinger or any other envoy to Renly. They sent Cleos Frey to Robb.
- According to the novels, Littlefinger never met Catelyn after their meeting in the first novel, in which he falsely told her that the dagger used by the assassin belonged to Tyrion Lannister.
- SPOILER: According to the novel, Davos brought Melisandre by boat to Storm's End for killing Ser Cortnay Penrose, after Renly has been killed by her witchcraft.
- According to the novel, Tywin Lannister never talked with Arya. She was first sent to work at the kitchens, and later was chosen to be Roose Bolton's cup-bearer, not Tywin's.
- According to the novel, Gendry was not one of the prisoners who were chosen for interrogation.