Sunday, May 15, 2016

 

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 4 recap: Daenerys proves why she's the mother of dragons

Khaleesi is back.

After being mocked and ridiculed by the Dothraki, Daenerys with the help of Jorah and Daario Naharis, launched an epic escape from Vaes Dothrak.

She told them she was the mother of dragons, and then she decided to prove it. At the episode’s end, the last Targaryen sets the Dothraki council on fire and strolls away from the burning tent unharmed and unclothed much like the finale episode of Season 1.

Hopefully, this means she can continue her way west with an army of Dothraki believers to back her claim to the Iron Throne.

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