Dread Pirate Robert Posted April 15, 2014 Share Posted April 15, 2014 (edited) http://i.imgur.com/W0oQVsYh.jpg Everything you need to know. ;) The Fool definitely seems to be involved somehow, but . . . . I watched this episode again last night, paying close attention to where Joffrey's cup was. After the Cake comes out, Joffrey hands his cup to Margery, who then walks over and places it down directly in front of her mother, where it sits till Tyrion later picks it up. So, I think the Tyrells did it! Lady Olenna is Margery's grandmother, and mother to Mace Tyrell lord of Highgarden... anyhoo this imgur album is pretty good at detailing how it could have happened. http://imgur.com/a/2DtPH I will also note that the sequence of events is also very similar in "A Storm of Swords", Sansa is wearing a hairnet with small little black crystals instead of a necklace, but that doesnt matter that much... but in the books the Queen of Thorns comes over to Sansa and has a similar conversation... during which she adjusts the hairnet for her. Ack, that link needs a serious Spoiler alert. wow I didn't catch any of that. It was even harder to figure out what was going on in the book. You knew Joffrey died, of course, but all of the details didn't come out until later. I think the only reason people were so on top of what happened in the show is because they had read the book, else they'd have missed it. I've never read anything from the books, but I happened to see the old woman palm the gem on the necklace, then saw it missing from the strand in the next shot. Seriously? It never registered with me at all how many gems that necklace had on it, either before or after one was taken. You normally pay that much attention to jewelry? And I still can't see Olenna palm it. Sure, she is reaching at the necklace, pulling at it as if to admire it/rearrange it, whatever, but I don't see a gem come off the necklace and going into her hand. For those of you who don't know, you can watch the episode anytime on the internet at HBO GO -- with the benefit of being able to pause it, rewind, etc. You pulling our legs here, Ken? Edited April 15, 2014 by Dread Pirate Robert Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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