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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Show HTML View more styles. Edit Cast Episode cast overview, first billed only: Sean Bean Eddard 'Ned' Stark Mark Addy Robert Baratheon Michelle Fairley Catelyn Stark Lena Headey Cersei Lannister Emilia Clarke Daenerys Targaryen Iain Glen Jorah Mormont Aidan Gillen Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish Harry Lloyd Viserys Targaryen Richard Madden Robb Stark Sophie Turner Sansa Stark Maisie Williams Arya Stark Alfie Allen Theon Greyjoy Isaac Hempstead Wright Bran Stark Jack Gleeson Joffrey Baratheon Peter Dinklage Edit Storyline A calmer King Robert mends fences with Ned Stark and reinstates him as the King's Hand despite the objections of his wife Cersei.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Eddard assigns Beric Dondarrion to find and kill Gregor "the Mountain" Clegane. The subsequent encounter between Beric and the Mountain, known as the Battle at the Mummer's Ford, does not occur in the show.
It is only referred to very vaguely in Game of Thrones: Kissed by Fire Goofs Gold glows yellow-orange when in a liquid state.
It doesn't have a metallic gold color until it cools. Quotes [ Robert visits Ned, who is lying in bed ] Robert Baratheon : We'll talk later, when I return from the hunt.
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At the Eyrie, Tyrion is put on trial, and across the Narrow Sea, Viserys Targaryen is determined to force Khal Drogo to make him king.
The episode was well received by critics, who praised aspects of the King's Landing storyline and the culmination of Viserys's storyline.
In the United States, the episode achieved a viewership of 2. Bran awakens from a recurring dream of a three-eyed raven, and tests his new saddle in the forest.
He is rescued from wildlings by Robb and Theon, who take the only survivor, Osha, captive. Tyrion convinces Lysa Arryn to convene a court, where he mockingly confesses to various misdeeds but not the attempt on Bran's life or Jon Arryn's murder.
Tyrion demands a trial by combat , and the sellsword Bronn volunteers to fight for him. Cersei accuses Ned of kidnapping Tyrion, and Robert tells Ned he cannot rule if the Lannisters and Starks are at war, appointing Ned regent while Robert leaves on a hunting trip.
Arya continues her sword lessons with Syrio Forel, while her sister Sansa accepts an apology and a necklace from Prince Joffrey, unaware he has been forced by his mother.
In Robert's absence, Ned learns that Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane was seen attacking villages in the Riverlands.
Realizing this is revenge for Tyrion's arrest, Eddard orders Lord Beric Dondarrion to arrest Gregor and summons his overlord Tywin Lannister to answer for Gregor's actions.
Fearing war with the Lannisters, Ned orders Arya and Sansa return to Winterfell for their safety. Sansa declares her desire to have "golden-haired babies" with Joffrey, which leads Ned to revisit Arryn's research: Joffrey does not share the dark hair of Robert and his ancestors and bastards; Ned realizes that Joffrey is not truly Robert's son.
Daenerys is left unscathed after taking one of her dragon eggs from the fire. She undergoes a ritual with the Dosh Khaleen, eating a stallion's raw heart and proclaiming her unborn son will be the Khal to unite the entire world as one khalasar, and names him Rhaego, for Drogo and her brother Rhaegar, killed by Robert Baratheon.
Viserys, angry at his sister's growing popularity among the Dothraki, tries to steal Daenerys' dragon eggs to fund a new army, but is confronted by Jorah.
A drunken Viserys threatens his sister at swordpoint, and Drogo agrees to give him the "golden crown" he desires; as his bloodriders restrain Viserys, Drogo pours molten gold on his head.
Watching her brother burn to death while he begs for her to not let them kill him, Daenerys coldly remarks, "He was no dragon.
Fire cannot kill a dragon. The teleplay for "A Golden Crown" was written by Jane Espenson , David Benioff and D. Weiss from a story by Benioff and Weiss, based on A Game of Thrones by George R.
The episode includes the book's chapters 38—41, and 47 Bran V, Tyrion V, Eddard X, Catelyn VII, Eddard XI, Sansa III, and Daenerys V.
Chapter 42 Jon V , dealing with Jon convincing Maester Aemon to allow Samwell to join the Watch as a steward, was removed from the series although some of Ser Alliser's dialogue from the chapter was used ,  and chapter 43 Tyrion VI was moved to episode 8.
The episode introduces the recurring character of the wildling Osha. The writer of the original books, George R.
Bronn fights defensively, waiting for Vardis to tire from being dressed in his full armor. Bronn finally gets his chance; he first wounds and then kills Vardis, sending his body rolling out of the "Moon Door" that leads to a thousand-foot drop.
Lysa complains that Bronn did not fight with honor. Bronn agrees, but indicates that Vardis did fight with honor.
Having proven his innocence in the eyes of the gods , Tyrion retrieves his gold from Ser Rodrik and gives it to Mord.
When Robin asks if he can make the little man fly now, Tyrion says, "This little man is going home. In Vaes Dothrak , Daenerys Targaryen is studying her dragon eggs.
Despite Illyrio 's claim that they are now only stone, she ponders if they might be hatched by extreme heat, and places an egg on a brazier.
Nothing happens, to her disappointment. She is removing the egg from the brazier, when Irri comes in and thinks she will burn herself.
Irri takes the egg from her, but Daenerys is completely unharmed, and it is Irri who suffers burns on her own hands. Daenerys is summoned by the crones who rule the city, the dosh khaleen , the wives of khals slain in battle.
She eats a stallion's raw heart and the crones read the omens. At first it seems Dany won't keep the organ down, but, to both her and Drogo's relief, she is able to compose herself.
The crones declare Daenerys and Drogo 's son will be "The Stallion That Mounts The World", a great conqueror whose coming is long foretold in Dothraki history.
Daenerys says his name will be " Rhaego ", for her brother Rhaegar , slain by the usurper Robert Baratheon. Viserys is not impressed and rather disgusted by it all, despite an explanation of the ritual from Jorah Mormont.
It is only when the Dothraki are chanting Rhaego's name, and Drogo lifts Daenerys up and carries her about the room, that Viserys realizes they love her.
Jealous of the tribe's worship of his sister, Viserys storms out of the tent. He is later discovered in Daenerys' tent by Ser Jorah Mormont , trying to steal Dany's dragon eggs, but Jorah won't let him.
Viserys tells Ser Jorah that to rule one must be feared or loved, and he has never been loved as the Dothraki love Dany. He says he knows that Jorah wants Daenerys, but he doesn't care.
He just wants the eggs so he can hire an army, but he can't get past Ser Jorah and must leave the eggs.
Mormont watches him as he leaves. Drunk, bitter and angry, Viserys interrupts a feast for Daenerys and Drogo.
He angrily demands his payment in return for giving Daenerys to Drogo. He draws his sword, which is considered an offense punishable by death in the sacred city, and threatens Dany and the unborn child, while Irri translates to Drogo.
Drogo responds that he will give Viserys a golden crown "that men will tremble to behold", and Viserys is pleased until Drogo's bloodrider Qotho seizes him and breaks his arm, making him drop the sword, and kicks him to the floor.
Drogo melts his golden belt of medallions in a pot, while Viserys begs Daenerys to help him. Ser Jorah tells her to look away, but she won't.
She watches as Khal Drogo "crowns" Viserys by pouring molten gold over his head, causing Viserys to cry out horridly in agony.
Viserys falls forward, his head making a loud clang as it connects with the floor. As Daenerys watches her brother die, she coldly states that, having been killed by fire, Viserys was no true dragon.
The Blu-ray and DVD releases of this episode feature a commentary by director Daniel Minahan and actor Peter Dinklage in New York City, and Harry Lloyd and Emilia Clarke in London.
Cersei Lannister : "I took you for a King. I should wear the armor, and you the gown. Robert Baratheon : "We'll talk when I return from the hunt.
You'll have to sit on the throne while I'm away. You'll hate it more than I do. The girl will die and I'll hear no more of it. Put on the badge, and if you ever take it off again, I swear to the Mother I'll pin the damned thing on Jaime Lannister!
Syrio Forel : "There is only one god. And his name is Death. And there is only one thing we say to Death: not today. Robert Baratheon : "Back in our day, you weren't a real man until you'd fucked one girl from each of the Seven Kingdoms and the Riverlands.