Cersei Lannister may be out and about, making moves with her newly returned brother and bodyguard, but the real queen of Westeros, Margaery Tyrell, still lingers in a dark prison cell on Game of Thrones.
Well, it could have gone worse. When Jaime Lannister returned to Kings’ Landing from Dorne with their dead daughter in tow, he was likely prepared for a serious reaming from sister/lover Cersei during Sunday’s Game of Thrones.
For two seasons, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has brought a confidence, arrogance and a delicious wit to the role of Kingslayer Jaime Lannister on “Game of Thrones,” but Sunday’s episode – “Walk of Punishment” — saw his sass turn into tragedy.
“For Jaime, there’s a lot of change in every way tu can imagine. He’s still driving Brienne crazy. He succeeds in driving her crazy to the point where he actually gets a shot at freedom. Then everything takes a turn.”