Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4

S7E4 The Spoils of War

The Spoils of War (S7E4) is the Fourth episode of season Seven of "Game of Thrones" released on Sunday August 06, 2017 on HBO (3 years ago). This episode got 796 Facebook reactions and 251 tweets during the month of the release.

Directed by Matt Shakman.

Featured guest appearances from Ellie Kendrick, Mark Gatiss, Tom Hopper, Joseph Quinn, Brendan Cowell, Danny Kirrane, Eamon Keenan, James Faulkner, Staz Nair, Daniel Portman.

Official Trailer / Fan Reaction Video via Youtube

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Fan Buzz

Greatest show ever. In my opinion the show is to rape-heavy. I understand that the reason for this short seasons is money and greed (the american way) but shouldn't someone be caring about what we, the suckers who pay the cable bills, think? Can anybody give a tv show with similar idea? And GoT has far more of these simple psychological attention methods.

Episode Recap

Game of Thrones pulled no punches and showed no quarter this week as we witnessed one of the fiercest and most engaging battles the show's ever produced, <...> - according to Game of Thrones: "The Spoils of War" - IGN [Matt Fowler]

Don't think there are enough superlatives for that Dany/Drogon scene right down to its predictable but exhilarating conclusion with Jaime.Arya and <...> - per DouxReviews [Logan Cox]

Elsewhere on the field of battle, Tyrion has traveled with the Dothraki army, and he watches the battle from relative safety. “The Spoils of War” gifts us <...> - according to Fellowship of the Screen [Chase Branch]

During The Spoils of War, was Bronn fighting for himself (his lost and promised riches) or for the Lannisters as he traversed that battlefield and mounted the <...> - per FilmBook [Rollo Tomasi]

Was I the only one annoyed by how she used the dragon? You have a line of men queing up for the barbecue, then you attack across it instead of along it? And <...> - according to CutPrintFilm [Amy Anna]


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