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    The Crypt

    If I recall reading correctly a sword had to be placed on each tomb in the crypt to protect the dead. It was like taboo to remove them. I remember feeling some concern when some swords were taken for use when young Bran and Rickon left the sanctuary of the crypt with Hodor and the other kids Meera and Jojen or thats how I think I remember it. Leaves a few openings for a crypt uprising maybe?
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    GoT Actors in Other Stuff - Part 2

    That was Klondike and I just loved the opening credit for him...
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    How would you rate episode 201?

    I gave it an 8. After reading all the comments , there were things that I had only given a passing WTF, like Crasters Keep, although not like the book description, I did feel the actor gave off a certain menace that would keep all the women of the household subject to his 'needs'. The huge depiction of Greywind got a big yes, so I forgave them for dragging Jamie through the battles. Robb definitely projected worthy leadership status, Joffry was brilliantly nasty, Melisandre was seductive in her power rather than scary - how I read her character anyway. (get more converts that way) Yep pretty good all round, except the irritating Roz/ whorehouse scenes. And I was watching it with a non reader so I didn't spoil their enjoyment by pointing out all the plot changes. I can appreciate the differences between the show and the books. The books are the Bible of this world (ASoIaF world I mean) while the show has become like an offshoot religion...same story, different interpretation. Does that make GRRM God???LOL PS no offence intended to any religiously inclined person. If you are here on this site, this is our religion!! PPS I also liked the way the scenes blended from one totally different location to another.