Ogród Kości (TV)
|Garden of Bones
Gra o Tron(serial)
|Epizod #||Sezon 2, Epizod 4|
|Data emisji||April 22, 2012|
"Garden of Bones" is the name of the fourth episode of the second season of the HBO medieval fantasy television series Gra o Tron. It was written by Vanessa Taylor and directed by David Petrarca. It will air on April 22, 2012.
At Królewska Przystań
King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) continues to grow more and more cruel; after hearing of Robb Stark's latest victory, he orders Ser Meryn (Ian Beattie) to deliver a public beating and shaming on Robb's sister, Sansa (Sophie Turner). Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Bronn (Jerome Flynn) arrive in time to diffuse the situation; Bronn later suggests to Tyrion that sex may calm the boy king, and Tyrion arranges for the prostitutes Ros (Esmé Bianco) and Daisy (Maisie Dee) to service Joffrey. However, Joffrey instead forces Ros to sadistically beat Daisy to send a message to Tyrion. Later, Ser Lancel Lannister (Eugene Simon) visits Tyrion and informs him that Queen Cersei has ordered the release of Grand Maester Pycelle. Tyrion tells Lancel that he is aware of his affair with Cersei, but will keep the truth from Joffrey in exchange for spying on her.
In the battlefield
Robb Stark (Richard Madden) wins another battle over the Lannister armies. Afterwards, he discusses the captured Lannister personnel with Lord Roose Bolton (Michael McElhatton). Bolton favours torturing and eliminating the prisoners for practical purposes, but Robb insists on their fair treatment and reminds that his sisters are still prisoner at Królewska Przystań. Robb later meets a neutral field nurse, Talisa (Oona Chaplin), while aiding in a leg amputation on a Lannister soldier. Despite Robb's protests, Talisa holds him accountable for the carnage at the battle; her spirit and forthrightness leaves him impressed.
In the Krainy Burzy
Petyr Baelish (Aidan Gillen) arrives in the Krainy Burzy and meets with Renly Baratheon (Gethin Anthony), to discuss the siege of Królewska Przystań. Later, he presses Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer) about her marriage, and Renly's relationship with her brother, Loras (Finn Jones), but the potential queen rebuffs his questions. He next meets with Catelyn (Michelle Fairley), who flies into a rage at the sight of him. Littlefinger tells her that the Lannisters have both Sansa and Arya, and want to trade them for Ser Jaime. As a gesture of good will, he brings her Ned's remains. Later, Renly and Catelyn meet with Stannis (Stephen Dillane) and Melisandre (Carice van Houten). Stannis offers Renly the chance to surrender in exchange of becoming his heir, but Renly denies him, as he possesses the larger army.
At night, Stannis orders Davos (Liam Cunningham) to take Melisandre to shore, and to be sure they are not seen. Once ashore, Melisandre reveals she is, impossibly, in late-stage pregnancy, and gives birth to a horrific, shadowy figure, which disappears in a cloud of smoke.
Having been previously captured, Arya (Maisie Williams), Gendry (Joe Dempsie), and Gorąca Bułka (Ben Hawkley) are brought to the ruined castle of Harrenhal, currently under occupation of the Lannister Army. The garrison there, under command of Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane (Ian Whyte), is brutally torturing and killing prisoners daily. Gendry is eventually selected to be tortured next, but before he can be harmed, Lord Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance) arrives, ending the debauchery and ordering the prisoners be put to work. When Polliver (Andy Kellegher) catches Arya staring at her sword, Igła, he threatens her but she is spared by Tywin, who recognizes that she is a girl and makes her his cupbearer.
Across the Narrow Sea
Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) receives word from Kovarro (Steven Cole) that the city of Qarth is nearby, and they are willing to welcome the "Mother of Smoks". Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) cautions that Qarth is located in the "Garden of Bones", a brutal desert of which those who've been turned away by Qarth have perished in. When Danaerys' horde arrives in Qarth, they are met by the Thirteen, the leaders of the city. One of the Thirteen, The Spice King, speaks for the group and bargains to see Danaerys' smoks in exchange for food and rest inside Qarth. Danaerys refuses and demands her people are attended to first, and the Thirteen decide to turn Danaerys' group away and abandon them to the Garden of Bones. Danaerys swears vengeance on Qarth should they not comply, and one of the Thirteen, Xaro Xhoan Daxos (Nonso Anozie), breaks with the group and vouches for the behaviour of Danaerys' people through a blood oath, after which they are allowed to enter the city.
"Garden of Bones" was the first of the two episodes written by the season's addition to the writting staff Vanessa Taylor. The script was based on chapters 26, 29, 31, 32 and 42 (Arya VI, Tyrion VII, Catelyn III, Sansa III and Davos II) of George R.R. Martin's novel Starcie Królów.
This episode marks the first appearance of Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance) in season 2; he was last seen as a supporting player in season 1, and with this episode is added to the principal cast list in the main credits. It is also the first appearance of Ian Whyte as Gregor Clegane. Clegane had been previously played by Conan Stevens in season 1.
Oona Chaplin makes her first appearance as Talisa, a character based on Jeyne Westerling in the novels, who becomes Robb's love interest. Queen Cersei (Lena Headey), Ser Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Samwell Tarly (John Bradley), Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright), Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), Jeor Mormont (James Cosmo), Lord Varys (Conleth Hill), and Shae (Sibel Kekilli) do not appear in this episode and are omitted from the opening credits. The Żelazne Wyspy and the Mur appear in the opening sequence, but are not visited or mentioned in the episode, while Qarth takes the place of Vaes Dothrak as a marker of Daenerys's location.
The episode also introduced numerous external locations: the gates of Qarth were constructed in the Dubac quarry, near Dubrovnik, on cliffs over the Adriatic Sea; the scenes on the caves below Renly's camp were filmed at the Cushendun Caves; and the set representing the huge ruined castle of Harrenhal was built near Banbridge.
IGN rated the episode 9/10, calling it "a ferocious treat, overloaded with misery, torture and a total "WTF!" black magic-fueled ending."
- Westeros episode Review and Recap
- "Ogród Kości (TV)" at the Internet Movie Database
- "Garden of Bones" at HBO.com
References and Notes
- Garcia, Elio. "EP204: Garden of Bones". westeros.org. http://www.westeros.org/GoT/Episodes/Entry/Garden_of_Bones/Book_Spoilers/. Retrieved April 23, 2012.
- "Gra o Tron location under construction". The Dubrovnik Times. http://http://www.dubrovacki.hr/clanak/31963. Retrieved April 23, 2012.
- "Gra o Tron on location". Ballymoney Times. http://www.ballymoneytimes.co.uk/lifestyle/entertainment/game_of_thrones_on_location_1_3047557. Retrieved April 23, 2012.
- "Day 51: Filming during a hurricane". winter-is-coming-net. http://winteriscoming.net/2011/09/day-51-filming-during-a-hurricane/. Retrieved April 23, 2012.
- Gra o Tron: "Garden of Bones" Review
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