Episode 9 will “Blow the Top of Your Head Off”

By Jacob Klein on May 31, 2013 to Game of Thrones

Readers of George RR Martin’s series already know what awaits them this Sunday night.  But whether or not that will ease the impending blow depends on the hearts and minds of the individual fans out there.  Only a handful of people on planet Earth have seen the infamous “episode 9” from Game of Thrones season three as of today.  Liam Cunningham (Davos) is one of them.  Speaking with Access Hollywood recently he said gave this warning:

“But what we’ve got coming on in the later episodes [of Season 3], and not to diminish the build-up to this, but I have to say, Episode 9 of this show, will blow the top of your head off.”

But he didn’t stop there. He advised fans to…

“Organize medication, organize a doctor, organize psychiatric help and a small holiday…”

So there you have it. Don’t say we didn’t warn you! This is a spoiler free zone so please feel free to comment but don’t ruin anything for those who are as yet unawares. You can make it a few more days without spoiling it all for everyone, right?!… I mean, right?

Maybe this won’t be so bad.  Maybe all of this hype is about something REALLY GOOD happening on the next episode!  Oh, you sweet summer children…

Game of Thrones continues after last week’s heart-breaking hiatus Sunday night at 9PM. Only on HBO.

Here’s a sneak preview:

  • Eleonora Iafano

    I read the books and I knew what was coming would be emotional, upsetting and very vicious. Just goes to show you that Walder Frey is someone you NEVER cross. Not impressed with Roose Bolton or certain Lannisters right now. :(

  • Evg2014

    but I wonder will, season 4????

    • Yes it will. The second half of A Storm of Swords has enough content for an adrenaline pumping moment in every episode!

      • Evg2014

        Cian Gaffney thank

  • Ericfranca

    Here’s a Game of Thrones pro-tip: Never read the comment section of any game of thrones related article.

  • Tamara Winfrey

    I’ll be disappointed if it doesn’t blow me away!

  • Eleonora Iafano

    Again, to reinforce what Cian (both he and I write for HBOWatch) has said: PLEASE DO NOT post spoilers for people who have not read the books. We all want to enjoy the last two episodes of Season 3a (as I like to call it). There are fans who have read the books and fans who have not read them and prefer to watch the show only and that is anyone’s preference. Don’t be a ‘Debbie Downer’ and post spoilers. We respectfully ask that you wait until after Cian has posted his episode summary on next Monday or Tuesday, if you want to speculate or comment on anything. I myself have read the books and would not dream of spoiling anything for my friends or family. Cheers and yours in GoT solitude, e.

    • Evg2014

      I have not read it,but I will read it

  • oops aric

    rob and catelyn die. oops

  • Hmmm, I wonder what Liam could possibly mean? Jacob, that .gif is hilarious!

    For anyone who wants to discuss spoilers in detail, my review will be up after the episode airs, and we can talk there all you want! For now though, do any Unsullied viewers have any predictions for what might happen?

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