Game Of Thrones Recap: S6E1 ‘The Red Woman’

Game of Thrones

King’s Landing: Cersei & Jaime, the Tyrells, the Sparrows

The Red Woman

The moment when Cersei’s face lit up, I fell apart internally. To me, this is the lowest we’ve seen Cersei; bereft of power, down to one child, seemingly trapped by her childhood prophecy. Jaime, however, is feeling vengeful and far from driving them apart, Myrcella’s death seems to have drawn them together as a couple (again, yuck) again.

Margaery is still in the Sparrows’ captivity, while Septa Unella and the High Sparrow play a game of a good cop-bad cop on her. Margaery wants to see Loras and be free. They offer the out of confession. Margaery will maneuver because she’s good at it. It’s pretty self-explanatory.

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