The fifth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones was premiered on April 12, 2015. It adapts material from “A Feast for Crows” and “A Dance with Dragons”, the fourth and fifth novels in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, as well as original material that does not appear in Martin’s novels. Click to listen Game of Thrones Main Title. Click to Download Game of Thrones Episode Hardhome (S05E08) by Torrent (MP4 448 MB 720p).
Episode S05E08: Hardhome. Directed by Miguel Sapochnik. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Original Air Date: May 31, 2015. Sinopse: Cersei refuses to confess her sins. Qyburn informs her that Pycelle has sent for Kevan to serve as the King’s Hand, and that “the work continues”. Arya assumes the identity of Lana, an oyster seller. Jaqen tells her to learn everything about a man who takes wagers on whether or not ships arrive at their destinations, and then poison him. Olly asks Sam why Jon trusts the wildlings, to which Sam replies that he has no other choice; otherwise they don’t stand a chance against the army of the dead. Sansa asks Reek why he told Ramsay about her escape plans, and he says there is no escape. He then finally reveals that he faked the deaths of her younger brothers. Ramsay suggests to his father that they move on Stannis and asks for twenty good men. In Meereen, Tyrion convinces Daenerys to spare Jorah’s life and exile him again. Jorah instead goes back to Yezzan and asks permission to fight in the pits. Daenerys accepts Tyrion into her council. Arriving at Hardhome, Jon and Tormund manage to convince about five thousand wildlings to come back with them, showing them the dragonglass and offering them lands south of the Wall. Hardhome is suddenly attacked by an army of wights, and Jon and the other rangers help defend it. A White Walker attacks Jon, but is killed by Jon’s Valyrian steel-sword. As Jon, the other rangers and the wildlings sail away, they witness the Night’s King reanimating the deceased wildlings who rise from the dead as wights. Source: Wikipedia.
Jorah and Tyrion are brought before Daenerys, who asks Tyrion why he should be allowed to live and serve her. Tyrion explains that he understands how politics work in King’s Landing, due to his service as Hand of the King. Tyrion is able to convince Daenerys to spare Jorah’s life, though he tells her that Jorah should not be allowed to serve her, and she orders Jorah exiled from Meereen again.
Jorah: Your Grace, I want to say–
Daenerys: You will not speak.
Daenerys: How do I know you are who you say you are?
Tyrion: If only I were otherwise.
Daenerys: If you are Tyrion Lannister, why shouldn’t I kill you to pay your family back for what it did to mine?
Tyrion: You want revenge against the Lannisters? I killed my mother Joanna Lannister on the day I was born. I killed my father Tywin Lannister with a bolt to the heart. I am the greatest Lannister killer of our time.
Daenerys: So I should welcome you into my service because you murdered members of your own family?
Tyrion: Into your service? Your Grace, we have only just met. It’s too soon to know if you deserve my service.
Daenerys: If you’d rather return to the fighting pits, just say the word.
Tyrion: When I was a young man, I heard a story about a baby born during the worst storm in living memory. She had no wealth, no lands, no army, only a name and a handful of supporters, most of whom probably thought they could use that name to benefit themselves. They kept her alive, moving her from place to place, often hours ahead of the men who’d been sent to kill her. She was eventually sold off to some warlord on the edge of the world and that appeared to be that. And then a few years later, the most well-informed person I knew told me that this girl without wealth, lands, or armies had somehow acquired all three in a very short span of time, along with three dragons. He thought she was our best, last chance to build a better world. I thought you were worth meeting at the very least.
Daenerys: And why are you worth meeting? Why should I spend my time listening to you?
Tyrion: Because you cannot build a better world on your own. You have no one at your side who understands the land you want to rule. The strengths and weaknesses of the houses that will either join or oppose you.
Daenerys: I will have a very large army and very large dragons.
Tyrion: Killing and politics aren’t always the same thing. When I served as Hand of the King, I did quite well with the latter considering the king in question preferred torturing animals to leading his people. I could do an even better job advising a ruler worth the name. If that is indeed what you are.
Daenerys: So you want to advise me? Very well. What would you have me do with him? I swore I would kill him if he ever returned.
Tyrion: I know.
Daenerys: Why should the people trust a queen who can’t keep her promises?
Tyrion: Whomever Ser Jorah was when he started informing on you, he is no longer that man. I can’t remember ever seeing a sane man as devoted to anything as he is to serving you. He claims he would kill for you and die for you and nothing I ever witnessed gives me reason to doubt him. And yet he did betray you. Did he have an opportunity to confess his betrayal?
Daenerys: Yes. Many opportunities.
Tyrion: And did he?
Daenerys: No, not until forced to do so.
Tyrion: He worships you. He is in love with you, I think. But he did not trust you with the truth. An unpleasant truth to be sure, but one of great significance to you. He did not trust that you would be wise enough to forgive him.
Daenerys: So I should kill him?
Tyrion: A ruler who kills those devoted to her is not a ruler who inspires devotion. And you’re going to need to inspire devotion, a lot of it, if you’re ever going to rule across the Narrow Sea. But you cannot have him by your side when you do.
Daenerys: Remove Ser Jorah from the city.