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  1. May 16, 2011 · With “The Wolf and the Lion,” the strongest episode of the season yet, Thrones has put its pieces in place and is ready to start putting them into motion. It began to let its swords do the talking (with unfortunate consequences for at least one poor horse.)

  2. Sep 10, 2020 · Here’s the other thing: This episode is called “The Wolf and the Lion.” The Starks have a wolf on their emblem and the Lannisters have a lion. To me, the lion represents not just a regal being, but a brutish, domineering and petulant one at times.

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  4. May 15, 2011 · But "The Wolf and The Lion," the show's fifth episode, really reminded me of The Wire. Because just like with that show, I've been watching this thing for a month and enjoying it just fine, but it ...

  5. May 15, 2011 · In previous episodes, Robert has complained about the burdens of command, but “The Wolf and the Lion” is the first episode to really get deep into the downside of sitting on the throne, even ...

  6. "The Wolf and the Lion" is the fifth episode of the first season of the HBO medieval fantasy television series Game of Thrones, first aired on May 15, 2011. It was written by the show creators and executive producers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss , and directed by Brian Kirk .

    • Season 1, Episode 5
    • Brian Kirk
  7. Mar 16, 2013 · The Wolf and The Lion is stuffed with great scenes, but the best has to be the identical expressions of shock on Catelyn’s and Tyrion’s faces when witnessing Lord Robin (maybe 5 or 6 years of age) being nursed by his mother.

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