Crown for King

 Joffrey Baratheon (played by Jack Gleeson) - Courtesy of

Joffrey Baratheon (played by Jack Gleeson) - Courtesy of

Last night's episode of Game of Thrones Season Four finally reached a milestone that a lot of Song and Ice and Fire book readers have been biting their tongues to not divulge to the television viewing audience. 

Spoilers below! You've been warned...

The infamous heir to the Iron Throne, Joffrey Baratheon is mysteriously poisoned on his wedding day and all eyes are on his Uncle Tyrion as the primary suspect (despite the fact that everyone and their grandmothers has been and was ready to wring the little $#@!'s neck). A moment that will once again shake up the power struggle for Westeros, the death kicks off the season on a note to once again expect the unexpected and that nobody is safe. Who will take his place? Well, his younger brother Tommen is next in line. But Margaery Tyrell, who finally had fulfilled her destiny to be the Queen (for all of a couple hours) might not be so happy about it. And why was Cersei Lannister so insistent that she still be addressed as the Queen Regent? All questions to be answered in the episodes to come!

Posted on April 14, 2014 and filed under TV.