This season’s lack of a single dominant character—as we had with Ned in Season 1 and Tyrion last year—has left room for some of the lesser characters to command our attention, and we’re all luckier for it. Brienne of Tarth. Sam and Gilly. And, though he’s been in but a handful of scenes, Sandor Clegane, the Hound.
The chances of "Game of Thrones'" Sansa Stark getting out of King's Landing may have just disappeared. But if she has to be "wedded and...
On Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones, Sansa Stark was married off to Tyrion Lannister in one of the most loveless weddings ever aired on TV. While the TV wedding was made all the weirder by Sansa being 14, the actress who plays her, Sophie Turner, isn't much older. Show More Summary
Last week on Game Of Thrones, we had a display of dragons, some romance near The Wall, and a BEAR fight. This week, Tyrion got wasted as his own wedding, Melisandre's gotten into penis leeches, and we yelled at Samwell to pick up the dagger. Show More Summary
The chances of Game of Thrones' Sansa Stark getting out of King's Landing may have just disappeared. But if she has to be "wedded and bedded" by someone, better Tyrion than anyone else, especially since he is in no rush to give Tywin more grandkids. Still, Sophie Turner found it ... More »
"You married who?!?!?" The refrain is often heard when a beloved family member marries someone who is... not exactly the perfect match. Fans of "Game of Thrones" who hadn't read the novels probably felt the same way when last week's sudden betrothal turned into a legally binding union Sunday night as Sansa Stark and Tyrion Lannister tied the knot. Show More Summary
This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Danielle Schroeder, College Student This question could be asked of almost any ASOIAF character. Tyrion, Littlefinger, Varys,...
"She is hurt and disappointed once more in her life," Sibel Kekilli tells Zap2it of the fact that Tyrion wed Sansa on "Game of Thrones."
Tyrion and Sansa prepare to be wed, while Melisandre makes a demonstration out of Gendry, in 'Game of Thrones' episode 8: 'Second Sons.'
It's a nice day for a white wedding on this week's episode of Game of Thrones. OK, so the bride doesn't exactly wear white, and it's not really a nice wedding in the end, but you get the idea. Sansa and Tyrion tie the knot in front of enemies, family, and some more enemies. Show More Summary
In "Game of Thrones" Season 3 episode 8, Sansa and Tyrion get married and Daenerys finds an unexpected ally.
Though this week's "Game Of Thrones" certainly served up plenty of doom and gloom, it also gave the optimists among us new reason to hope, as Tyrion, Sam and even Ser Davos notched some unlikely victories over the generally ascendant forces of destruction.
The Lannisters throw a wedding, Daenerys courts a powerful ally, and Joffrey is as horrible as ever. read more
The first of three royal weddings on Game of Thrones was held this week as Tyrion Lannister married Sansa Stark. It was a beautiful ceremony, mostly because Tyrion threatened to do to King Joffrey the same thing that happened to Theon Greyjoy last week.
Joffrey Baratheon: Terrible king, worse replacement father of the bride. And for those of us (i.e. everyone) who can’t get enough of him getting his comeuppance, Tyrion once again (in the face of all new levels of drunkenness) stole tonight’s episode of Game of Thrones with an epic rebuttal of The King’s scheming. Show More Summary
New additions to the family are a tricky thing on Game of Thrones. On Sunday's episode, both Tyrion and Daenerys welcomed new members into their respective families. But while Daenerys acquired a strong and charismatic follower, Tyrion's fan club was sorely lacking. Show More Summary
Tyrion Lannister Game of Thrones Cake Modelling chocolate/ handpainted in edible sugar flair paints On sponge base with strawberry filling [Source: Cake Retro | Via TN]
Sex is alive and well in this week's episode of Game of Thrones: what kind of trouble it can get you into, what kind of blessings it can bring, and so on. While Sansa starts to have nerves about wedding and bedding Tyrion, one character...Show More Summary
This week Game of Thrones urned into a bit of a romantic soap opera. Jaime Lannister proved that he would do anything for love, even fight a bear. Robb Stark got some joyous news after some naked, sexy time with his wife. Tyrion and Sansa both came to grips with their impending marriage. And Jon Snow and Ygritte bantered like lovestruck teenagers.
German actress Sibel Kekilli reveals secrets of playing Shae, the mistress who manages to more than hold her own with Tyrion Lannister. read more