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  2. Main article: Differences between books and TV series/Game of Thrones: Season 1#Lord Snow. The episode is adapted from the following chapters of A Game of Thrones: Chapter 18, Catelyn IV. Chapter 19, Jon III. Chapter 20, Eddard IV. Chapter 21, Tyrion III. Chapter 22, Arya II. Chapter 23, Daenerys III. Chapter 24, Bran IV.

  3. The recurring actors listed here are those who appeared in season 1. They are listed by the region in which they first appear: At and beyond the Wall James Cosmo as Jeor Mormont Peter Vaughan as Maester Aemon Brian Fortune as Othell Yarwyck Joseph Mawle as Benjen Stark Owen Teale as Alliser Thorne Francis Magee as Yoren

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    "Lord Snow" is the third episode of the first season of the HBO medieval fantasy television series Game of Thrones. It first aired on May 1, 2011. It was written by series creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by series regular Brian Kirk, his directorial debut for the series. The plot follows Jon Snow's training at The Wall; Eddard's arrival at King's Landing, followed by Catelyn, looking for Bran's would-be murderer; Arya reveals her desire to learn sword fighting to her father;

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    Across the Narrow Sea

    Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) is beginning to gain confidence in her new role as the Khal's wife, and gains the respect of the exiled knight Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen). But the relationship with her brother Viserys (Harry Lloyd) becomes strained when he angrily assaults her under the assumption that she is giving him commands. As punishment, he is choked and nearly killed by Daenerys's bloodrider Rakharo (Elyes Gabel) and forced to walk back to camp.Irri (Amrita Acharia) notices that...

    In the North

    With Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) now awake, Old Nan (Margaret John) tells him a tale of a long-ago endless winter, where the White Walkers first appeared riding their dead horses and raising Wights from the men they slaughtered. Her story is interrupted by Robb (Richard Madden) who sadly confirms to Bran that his injuries are permanent, and he'll never walk again. Bran, unable to remember a thing about his fall, wishes he were dead.

    At King's Landing

    Eddard's party arrives at King's Landing. Eddard (Sean Bean) is immediately summoned to a meeting of the king's Small Council. On his way through the throne room he encounters Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and it is revealed that Jaime killed the Mad King, Aerys II Targaryen. Jaime reminds Eddard that Aerys killed Eddard's father and brother; Eddard does not consider this grounds for Jaime to break his oath as a knight of the Kingsguard. Eddard joins the Small Council, consisting of...

    Writing

    "Lord Snow" was written by the show creators and executive producers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, based on the original book by George R. R. Martin. "Lord Snow" includes the chapters 18–23, what parts were not included in the prior episode, and part of chapter 24 as well (Catelyn IV, [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 19|Jon III}}, Eddard IV, Tyrion III, Arya II, Daenerys III, Bran IV).The events in the series are notably faithful to the book. There are some differences in the presentation, Cately...

    Casting

    The third episode introduces a lot of new characters to the story, due to the expansion of the story to the new locales of King's Landing and the Wall. In the capital city the members of the council are presented. Series regular Aidan Gillen, known for his roles in Queer as Folk and The Wire takes the role of Lord Petyr Baelish, the king's master of coin known as "Littlefinger". Gethin Anthony plays the king's youngest brother Renly Baratheon, and veteran actor Julian Glover, well know to sci...

    Filming locations

    To film the scenes at the Wall the production built a set on the abandoned quarry of Magheramorne, a few minutes north of Belfast. The composite set (with both exteriors and interiors) consisted of a large section of Castle Black including the courtyard, the ravenry, the mess hall and the barracks, and used the stone wall of the quarry as the basis for the ice wall that protects Westeros from the dangers that dwell beyond. They also made a real elevator to lift the rangers to the top of the W...

    Ratings

    "Lord Snow"'s first airing was seen by 2.4 million viewers, which represented a 10% increase in the ratings from the two previous episodes. Combined with the second airing it reached 3.1 million viewers, which were considered good results especially considering that the news of Bin Laden's death broke up in the West Coast during the airing of the series.In the UK the viewership figures were in line with those obtained on the previous week, with around 510,000 viewers.Those figures are in the...

    Critical response

    While the majority of the critics gave "Lord Snow" a positive review, many suggested that it suffered from having to introduce many new characters and locations. Therefore, while having many very good moments on their own, it felt like a collection of loosely connected scenes that did not build up to a climax. Myles McNutt wrote at Cultural Learnings that it was "perhaps the most narratively uninteresting episode of the first six", although he highlighted that it was "hardly a bad episode of...

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    Recurring

    These recurring cast members are credited as guest stars during the closing sequence of each of the multiple episodes they appear in.The following cast members are credited as Guest Stars during the closing sequence of each of the multiple episodes they appear in. 1. Ron Donachie as Ser Rodrik Cassel (9 episodes) 2. Amrita Acharia as Irri (8 episodes) 3. Julian Glover as Grand Maester Pycelle (8 episodes) 4. Conleth Hill as Lord Varys (7 episodes) 5. Donald Sumpter as Maester Luwin (7 episode...

    Single episode

    The following cast members are credited as Guest Stars during the closing sequence of the single episode they appear in: 1. Dermot Keaney as Gared ("Winter Is Coming") 2. Rob Ostlere as Ser Waymar Royce ("Winter Is Coming") 3. Sir John Standing as Lord Jon Arryn ("Winter Is Coming") 4. Bronson Webb as Will ("Winter Is Coming") 5. Ian Whyte as a White Walker ("Winter Is Coming") 6. Spencer Wilding as a White Walker ("Winter Is Coming") 7. Claire Wright as a Wildling girl ("Winter Is Coming") 8...

    The following cast members are considered featured extras and appear uncredited, despite their characters being identifiable: 1. An unidentified extra as Preston Greenfield (6 episodes) 2. An unidentified extra as Gyles Rosby (3 episodes) 3. Mark Coney as Galbart Glover (2 episodes) 4. Boyd Rankin as Mikken (2 episodes) 5. An unidentified extra as ...

    The following stunt performers played identifiable characters. 1. Ivailo Dimitrov as Mago ("The Pointy End")

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