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Game Of Thrones - The King Is Tired
- Published on Jun 9, 2013 veröffentlicht
- CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM SEASON 3 EPISODE 9
Scene from Season 3 Episode 10 Mhysa.
Games Of Thrones The King Is Tired
Games Of Thrones The King Is Tired
Games Of Thrones The King Is Tired
Games Of Thrones The King Is Tired
Games Of Thrones The King Is Tired
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The king is tired
I am the king
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One of the amazing things about this clip is that Tywin only speaks three times, and yet he dominates the scene. That's presence.
Technically he spoke two times
I love how Joffrey insults Tywin and the room goes silent. Even the King doesn’t mess with Tywin Lannister.
I ll surprise you. No matter how many times he speaks. He dominated always because he was the most powerful character
@Tatiana Flucker hotd socks in comparison
I like how Tyrion literally threatens the life of the king in front of the entire small council and yet the part where the scary, ominous, “oh shit” music plays is when Joffrey insults Tywin.
Yep. Even Cersei gave him that "you done fucked up" look.
Tywin was always the real power behind the crown, he could care less about Joffrey, he even though of him being stupid, he just used him and his daughter as proxy.
One of my favorite scenes with Tywin is when he speaks with Joffrey in throne room, it clearly shows power dynamic between two of them and how much Tywin does not give a shit about Joffrey being a king. One of the best and funniest lines is when Tywin says he's gonna move council meeting to his chambers and Joffrey is complaining that he will now have to "walk all the way up there", and Tywin is like "we can arrange to have you carried there". Tywin did not give a shit.
Yes. And people still fall for this basic editing trick, they think Tywin is the protagonist of the scene.
@Zamoshi i am gotham's reckoning
I love how Tywin didn't feel he had to intervene when Tyrion threatened the king. The brat deserved it.
I hate that he quit that role he played it perfectly wanted to beat his ass everytime I saw him lol
Joffrey did start talking shit about Tywin, so that probably set him off.
It wasn't because Joffrey deserved it, it was because he wasn't a Lannister & Tyrion was. Lannister's being able to threaten & bully kings shows their power which Tywin loved to have. When Joff tries to punish Tyrion he intervenes because Tyrion is a Lannister & therefore should be considered above reproach
Yeah imagine if you threatened someone that Tywin cared about in front of him...oh boy....
@FantasyMangaComic Visionary And no matter how much he disliked Tyrion, he knew he was right and that Joffrey was not fit to rule
I love Tyrion's opening line.
"Killed a few puppy's today?"
He killed a young wolf
ore like a dozen
@unathi silo I know it’s been years but… too soon! 😢😅
Things Joffrey isn't:
28) a good husband
27) Not a virgin
26) Two grandfathers
The look on Joffrey's face at 2:25 is priceless. And Cersei's look in the next shot is even better. It just screams "kiddo you just mouthed off to the wrong dude"
@Chris Dawson cry some more your really good at it 😂
@Chris Dawson 😂😂😂 triggered I see
@Simon-peter WilliamsonSmart by being a coward…. Okay buddy
Joffrey saying everyone is his to torment and Tywin just dropping the paper on the table and slowly rolling his eyes is the perfect representation of how done Tywin is with his whole family
@Olof Acosta i love that comparison with Lex, bith complex characters genius, a bit cruel but does what they deem needed
Omg I never noticed that moment
@K H And it was because of his obsession with not suffering the same fate of his father, Tytos: Tytos was a good and kind man, but weak and eager to please. His vassals mocked him and defied him openly, so Tywin took it upon himself into elevating House Lannister into greatness.
@Rafay G lawful neutral would be his best characterisation. He indeed took advantage in his enemies given the chance, but he also spared Arya despite all evidences, he did honour the deals made truly one of best characters in the show.
@Olof Acosta That's Reynes of Castamere, which is an adage to the House Reyne that he ended back in his prime days.
Any man who must say "I'm not tired" is no true "not tired"
😂😂😂😂 that’s funny.
A favorite line of parents everywhere.
The more you say something, the more ironic it becomes.
Any man who says "am not broke" is no true "not broke"
Tywin almost said that, only that he didnt want to roast his nephew completely
Tywin was like a dragon there. Majestic and intimidating. Commanding the entire room with both silence and the words he chooses to use.
Ferdi Kılınç™🔥 Very contradictory considering dragons really are slaves, Daenerys chained hers, and the others controlled theirs and ordered them around. What is it again? The lion shits, and the dragon wipes.
@Matthew Riley That's why tywin was the most powerful person remaining in westeros lasted longer than any powerful men of his era... younger ned and robert died before him so stepping on his tail might not be wise but wisdom can't be expected of ANY son of xersei lol.
Then Joffrey steps on his tail, rubbing in his face how much of a fence sitting opportunist he was while Robert and the others did the work.
Nah, a lion.
Ferdi Kılınç™🔥 I never said it was, it's a massive beast, but unlike the lion, it still serves.
You can see the regret and mistake in Joffrey eyes... the acting is superb... Jack Gleeson was a fantastic actor
Gifted to be sure.
@65firered Well something like that. Joffrey has a big ego tho, so I like mine better lol.
@Vitulus That was an act to make himself look confident.
@DaCrazySlav He retired.
For a bit, but then it seems liked he was proud of what he said when he shifted himself a bit higher.
Tywin: The king is tired, see him to his chambers
Translation: Cersei, if you don't get him out of my sight, I will not be responsible for my actions
@Thomas Foolery Honestly? Yes, he probably did. If nothing else he could have just blackmailed or frightened literally everyone in that room into claiming Tyrion did it, or even that Joffrey just had a heart attack or something. And Joffrey wasn't more afraid of him because he's a vindictive little fool who thinks he's all-powerful because he's the king.
Tywin: Note to self- call the wedding caterers...
Tywin: Get him out of here before I turn Tyrion into a prophet.
Pretty accurate translation, lol!
@Thomas Foolery He saved the kingdom within in grand return in the capital
Even robert baratheon was indebt to lord tywin
That's why he couldn't just dispose off the lannistairs
Joffrey knew that he was messing with the wrong man
Tyrion was worthy of tywin's strategic abilities
Certainly if tyrion was normal
Tywin would have been much more incline to forget the past
And tyrion would truly be one of the most feared man in the seven kingdoms
Remember what tywin said to tyrion
"Do you think that a crown 👑 makes someone the leader?"
"It's within an army that reside it's true strength".
3:01, I honestly just love Tywin's reaction there. Gets me every time. Such an ambiguous expression. Is he amused by Joffrey's remark? Is he annoyed? Threatening him with his eyes?
@MasteroChieftan Except for the fact that Tywin caused this mess in the very first place, by barely acting as a father.
Bored. Its bored him. He's bored now.
I would imagine it's mostly digust that this is the next generation of his progeny. He clearly favors Tommen and barely puts up with Joffrey.
Definitely NOT amused
You cut out the best part....
Tyrion- "You just sent the most powerful man in westeros to bed without supper"
@dearestdoppio Thank you.
@dearestdoppio that was the next line in the scene, lol, you "chill"
@Trenton Ebel Its sarcasm. Chill.
@guy mle mmhmm
This is both the most intense and also the funniest scene. When Joffrey screams he's not tired I laugh every time.
He sounded like a fit-throwing toddler who didn’t want to take a nap during nap time.
@AlkalineAjayAnyone who’s had a kid act like a brat knows this pathetic howling 😂
Bro you said it!! I laugh at jofferys “ I’m not tired”
I love Varys face when Tyrion says monsters are dangerous and Kong’s are dying like flys
'Kong’s are dying like flys' lol, you mean 'flies'.
@nappa and he plays ping pong before he sings a song
Damn imagine king Kong hearing that. He is a king AND a Kong
@David WolfishI actually cried as a kid when King Kong died
@Denboix bruh u just won the internet
This scene clearly shows how GREAT these actors are. Only through their faces we can see all those emotions.
With the subtle haunting music in the background and the sinister look on Tywin’s face, you can’t help but think back to those days at the end of the rebellion, visualizing images of the defenseless capital being needlessly sacked and the queen and her children being raped and butchered, all on Tywin’s orders.
This short scene gives us a rare glimpse into the true visage of the man behind the veil of stoicism and wisdom. A vicious and ruthless psychopath who will do anything and everything to maintain the flawed power structure he has spent his entire life stepping over bones to achieve.
That’s the real Tywin Lannister, and all the pretentious and contradictory speeches about family, legacy, and leadership won’t change the true nature of his actions.
@Olof Acosta He did admit to Tyrion that he'd cast him into the ocean if he hadn't bared the Lannister name. And note I said if they were useless to him. Family is all that is keeping the useless/incompetent alive.
He is all those things but I don’t know where u see it in this scene
@Wolf10media idk. Tywin is many things but I'm not sure he is a kinslayer.
Yea, very haunting indeed. One often question would he ordered many family members killed he found useless if it so suited him in better circumstances. If it meant keeping the family name strong. Would he had Geoffrey die in a freak accident? Cause it very well looks that way.
The faces of everyone at 2:24. So powerful.
@Dylan McCabe Very impressive acting!
My favorite is tyrion. Having lived under tywins cruelty and threats his whole life that slight bit of amusement of it being pointed at someone else. And the infinite more amusement when tyrion realizes, that Geoffry realizes, that EVERYONE in the room is looking at him like he just goofed. All in one second. Grade a acting lol
Joffrey’s look of instant regret 😂
Yep. They're all: Joffrey, you screwed up royally
The silence in the chambers and then the ominous strings that start playing along with the way Tywin looks at him are just brilliant. Even a part of Joffrey realises “I just fucked up”!
As soon as when Joffrey broke eye contact and looked down. He lost.
Tywin is so domineering
"Youre a fool if you believe hes the most powerful man is westerous"
"A treasonous statement, joffrey is king!"
The only victory that Joffreys had ever made in his life was the possibility of an heir. Oh noo...
He lost the second he was conceived
2:03. Varys' reaction tho. What a great detail!
Would've been better if Varys literally wiped his cheek 😂
“Say it, don’t spray it.”
The actors for Joffrey and Tywin are amazing. I almost wish we got more of them together but at the same time the little we have is made all the more special
I especially like tyrions expression after Joffreys outburst. You can tell he is humorously intrigued to see what tywins reply would be, everyone else is like "oh no he didnt*sassy finger wag*"
This scene is a masterpiece. The actors, the dialog, the music. 10+
Tyrion is a wonderful character, I just hope he doesn't die. It's sad what happened to Rob, I was speechless. But that is why I love this series so much you never know how things are going to end.
Tywin's death was the turning point in the show for me.
@Daniel Tenner They didn't over-estimate anything and they were both competent writers. Any change from the expected and especially how shortened the final seasons were would have made viewers angry. The weird thing is I don't see as many people mad about the awful Hobbit movies compared to the original trilogy.
The first 4 seasons of this show are amazing, the next two were decent and the last two were milquetoast. It's entirely to blame on Martin and his inability to finish a book.
@Significant Twat Well, sure, but given their budget, they should have hired someone to tell them how bad the plot was and then hired someone else to help them improve the plot, instead of going all Dunning-Kruger on the entire world.
@Daniel Tenner The inept script writers wrote the same scenes you loved from the first 4-6 seasons. It's not their fault George doesn't know how to write more than a page a month.
Man tywin is awesome here. The king starts to go off on a rant and then when he insults him everyone looks almost expecting him to kill Joffery right then and there lol it was very clear who held the true power.
It reminds me of when Roose and Petyr were discussing the Lannister in season 5 after wedding Sansa. They bring up Tywin’s death then Jaime’s hand, and only then bring up King Tommen. It’s clear Tywin was more important than the king
Tywin's character is just so charismatic,controversial, uthoritarian,strategic,decisive,manipulative etc
He never needed a title to command such a level of power,The world was his chessboard and everyone in it,a potential pawn
UNFORTUNATELY, even with such qualities, he allowed blind hatred towards tyrion become is downfall instead of utilizing tyrion's genius
Acting, writing, down to the camera work was perfect... man these people have so much skill. Well done.
2:06 one of GRRM’s all time lines. And Charles Dance delivers it perfectly!
Tywin is the only man in the world to make the king going in his room and think about what he said like the little brat he is.
What a insanely good performance from the entire cast at this scene. I'm glad they didn't pick some celebrity actors for the series
You've got to be joking.. 🤦🏿♀️
Despite how hated Joffrey was jack played him absolutely phenomenally. Gutted he lost his passion 😢
1:12 Love those moments when Cersei sees Joffrey for the monster he really is.
@PandaPirate🏴☠️ • 25 years ago Dang, maybe banging my brother hasn't been the best idea...
Yes, she's like "wtf did I give birth to?"
reading the book she knows what he is , she even told Sansa what her son is.
@DysonSphere your interpretation is the correct one.
I always saw it a bit differently, personally. The remark "A joke! Joffrey did not mean it" came off as damage control. I feel like she knew what Joffrey meant, but wanted to tell him that he shouldn't be saying such things in front of his council. Any remotely capable person would have taken the hint and rolled with it, but Joffrey being the idiot he is, doubled down instead.
If anything, I figured Cersei was more so questioning the lack of intelligence her son possessed xD
'I AM NOT TIRED! '
'Any man , who says he isn't tired, is truly tired'
Gods the writing was strong then
@Raindeux they should have enlisted help and made sure they gave the show, viewers, and Martin enough respect to end it like it deserved... Instead they the threw together some hot garbage and called it done...losing Star Wars as a result of their haste.
@Hevosmaailma One one hand I don't envy D&D for having to follow this up, like obviously matching this quality was basically impossible... But I'm still pissed about the final seasons lol.
Like even GRRM has set the bar so high he's like fuck I don't want to finish it because I know it won't live up to expectations.
It was literally a no-win situation. GRRM didn't want to be a part of the show after it passed the books so it wouldn't influence his writing. But there was no shot they could match his level of writing.
So sad. :(
@Ian Fink hahaha
@Ian Fink Sadly yes. Imo they had a mission impossible in their hands. It seems that even GRRM himself cant finish the story anymore.
@Alec Eisener yea they were so good at adapting material. But when it came to coming up with new plot lines. Gods were they horrible
Tyrion by far had the best face….sitting back just sippin his tea face lmao he was so eager to see that exchange once Joffery crossed the line. He cuts his eyes immediately to his dad to see his reaction. Man what great writing lmao
2:41 she jumped on that, i love how even Joffrey saw that he messed up.
Charles Dance's acting is magnificent! He looks like he is actually a lion, his unforgiven and merciless gaze upon the "king" is priceless!
The one thing I truly love about this scene is Tyrions face when Jeoffry mouthed off everyone else looked shocked or scared, Tyrion just looks like “what are you going to do next, Father?”
I think Tyrion looked very interested in how Tywin would respond. I can almost see a smile, like he has happy that a boring council meeting has just become exciting 😂
Varys’ face at 1:32 is priceless.
Know how this scene is made of Tywin... But when Tyrion delivers his, "Speak softly then, monsters are dangerous beasts and now kings are dying like flies." That was a hard rap on Joffrey.
So many great moments in this scene, perfect acting all around
Charles Dance absolute boss in every scene! This one is my favourite, the power and menace he exudes is breathtaking
The funny thing is that even after being a horrendous psychopath for a solid 90 seconds here, Joffrey gets in one piercing dagger of cold hard truth. And everyone knows it, which is why none of them rush to correct Joffrey and instead wait to see what Tywin will do. And Tywin's answer is frankly as lame and cowardly as can be, but delivered with his usual steely arrogance to jolt everyone back to reality and remember who they take orders from.
I miss when the show was at this caliber. The writing and performances were absolutely incredible
The look of pure hatred in Tywin's face after Joffrey's insult is terrifying to behold. Charles Dance's performance as Tywin was pitch-perfect, captured the true spirit of his character better than anyone else in the series.
the amount of respect and fear joffrey have for robert is amazing. he trully believe thats his real father and the way he killed targarien prince and took the crown is like a wet dream for him. He thinks hes like his "father", but we all can see they have nothing in common.
That's maybe the one positive aspect of Joffrey; his respect for Robert.
Like either of them, frankly; guess Joffrey was really a mama's boy.
Coming off someone who's never read the books and don't have a good history of these types of show, this scene really showed me what "power" is- it's not a title or what you can do. It's who you can command. Tywin is a monster on the battlefield, and everyone knows that.
Joffreys one redeeming moment. He has the balls (or stupidity?) to Yell at Tywin Lannister.
@hi The man he believed, and by all rights was, his father. (Sure, WE KNOW the biology, but both logically and legally Joffrey had no reason to not think he was Robert's trueborn son.)
@Olof Acosta “father”
Say what you want about joffrey but atleast he respected his father lol.
Technically he's psychology impaired
Tom H Exactly - which is why creds to Joff to >trying< to stand up against him for what TYWIN is... which is a scheming opprotunist.
I like how on 2:25 when Joffrey mouthed to Tywin he knew he shouldn't have done that and Cercei and Tyrion, being Tywin's children, knows that Joffrey is in trouble
Lord Varys subtle face expressions are the best things about the small council scenes
You know, I think if Tywin didn't die, he would've eventually grown tired of Joffrey and his increasingly irrational cruelty and he would've had Joffrey conveniently "removed". Practically every interaction between the two of them is tense with Tywin dominating and telling Joffrey what to do, and Joffrey getting more and more angry. At some point Joffrey would've lashed out at his grandfather and try to assasinate him, and Tywin would've sensed this coming and eliminate Joffrey first.
Tywins flaw is that he treated his own family as assets. If he was a good family man and kept everything the same he would have dominated Westeros. Him treating his family bad killed him and ruined the good legacy he always wanted.
It seems that Joffrey doesn't know the one rule of Westeros, "Do not fuck with Tywin Lannister"
except Tyrion did fuck with him, and Now he's dead
Love how tywin encourages conflict to consolidate power
The subtle, yet powerful tones of ‘The Rains of Castamere’ in the background represents perfectly how Tywin dominates this scene and in particular the “King”. Joffrey might’ve been the king, but it was Tywin who ruled.
Tywin is such an amazing character. Just a sheer commanding presence. He just seems kingly and lordly, like you could slip Charles Dance into a real, medieval court and he would feel right at home.
The tension in that room after Joffrey made that I'll advised statement is legendary.
am I the only one who noticed tyrions smirk at 2:29 after goffreys face off with tywin. That was brilliant
@Konnor, Rock Konnoisseur No he's glad he told Tywin off, He hates tywin
@King James YEA it was my favorite!! Tyrion has an awesome character
So happy you noticed it, I think that’s by far the best face made at the table lol
That’s the smirk of “boy you’re about to learn” 😂
just so refreshing watching this scene after sitting through season 8 and 7's mediocre writing
This scene was taken directly from the book, almost word-for-word. That's why it's so good.
This scene showed who was REALLY in charge in the kingdom.
You can see the look of absolute relief on Joffreys face that he doesn't have to face Robb if it comes to it
These dialogue scenes in season 1-4 even today have me on edge. The tension is tangible.
It’s funny how Book Tyrion was enjoying every moment of this. He found it all very amusing
Jeffrey had the gull to make fun of Robb
He lost the war, but he was still undefeated in battles
Joffrey had trouble shooting rabbits with a crossbow
I love how everyone got serious when Joffery snapped at Tywin, they were ready to see that boy get dragged in that moment.
Sometimes I go back and watch these episodes and cry because of how bad the last few seasons were.
"You just sent the most powerful man in Westeros to bed without his supper. "
Tyrion sums the scene up fairly well in this next line after this cuts off.
Joffrey was basically king in name only. Everyone in the court knew he was a little shit, but they put up with him because the rules of succession.
“Killed a few puppies today?” Is one of the most underrated burns on the show 😂😂
Joffrey: " everyone is mine to torment!"
Tywin: * Tyrion is not yours to torment. you are all mine to torment and i can torment Tyrion alone*
As much as he was hated, Tywin was still one of my favourite characters. This was probably one of the best lines from the series.
"Any man who must say I am the king is no true king"
Love Tyrion! Entire cast was phenomenal!!
Joffrey's not wrong
The great deeds of Tywin during The Rebellion :
- Bringing an army to siege a city passing as a ally
- Ordering to kill targaryen children
Late, because waiting to see what side had the upper hand, to join in. He can play the tough guy skinning a deer, but we see through it
@Eignoshuile he's not that messed up. He would know joining the nk would mean the death of his family and he only sides with reason. So the living it is for him.
@Jeffrey Samson I bet the guy would have joined Night's King side ( if it were possible to ), in order to fulfil his goals. He has no qualms
Tywin and aerys had a falling out which is why tywin wasn't quick to assist aerys. He waited to see who wins the war. But had rhaegar was alive and joined with jon arryn and the others and rebelled against aerys , tywin wouldve supported him and ditched aerys and wouldn't have ordered the murder in kings landing.
In terms of a ruler and a leader he was pretty logical in his decision. Though killing the princes family was..... Barbaric and not worth it. He couldve shown mercy to them. They weren't his to kill. Robert and ned were meant to decide their fates.
THANK YOU!! seems like most people here missed the point
This just shows how brilliant Tywin really is. Either way the war ends up, he's going to be in the same position.
You gotta admit, whenever Tywin spoke, he commanded fear and respect.
Even if Joffrey orders the guards to kill Tywin, they won't do it. They know who's the real Ruler.
At 02:32 Varys' expression is like "Boy you have no Idea how fucking mich you messed up right now." The other's faces are pure perfection as well.
This is the scene that made me watch this show other than “now I’ve struck a king did my hand fall from my wrist” a couple months ago binged it with my love and I’m so happy I got on the GOT bandwagon now I’m caught up and waiting on house of dragon season 2
One of the BEST scenes from season 2
...Lord Tywin is and always will be my favourite character in this show.
"any man who must i am the king is no true king"
*scares the king without saying a word 5 seconds later*
2:29 until the end is such great work by the actors/actresses its all about the eyes. Looking to see how both sides would respond, Jeffory shows weakness looking down Tywin stares a hole through him until he knows, its time to send him to bed go give him something
Everybody mentions Tywin though its Pycelle's comments, suggestions rather, that served as the fulcrum of this interaction as a whole. Extremely well delivered by actor Glover. Also, the inclusion of him "dropping" the note due to old fingers is great foreshadowing towards the actual pestilence that is Pycelle. Great scene.
Edit: comment continued
Everybody at that table is disgusted by the thought of Sansa eating from her brothers head… even his mother.
Tywin speaking up, it’s an act of reminding him who he is… even as acting hand. Not because he got sick of Joffrey.
I still love this series but it went down a grade when tywin died
Tywin was far too competent and experienced. If he were left alive I believe he could have managed kings landing properly and recruited assets to help in the war against the starks. He also would have shattered the night king with the piercing stare he has.
@Haku tywins death is meant to be a turning point in the story. In the books the war of the five kings had been going on for a while and tywin was firmly leading. However his hypocritical and cruel treatment of his son had caught up to him and after his death house lannister falls apart with tyrion becoming a cruel imp,Cersei getting a psychological breakdown and Jamie wanting nothing to do with his family. Unfortunately the show only touches on of these storylines
@Graham Turner he was too powerful as a character. you can't have a character in a show named Game of Thrones who is more powerful than the person who sits on the throne
@Iván Melkovich why would he need to die?
Tywin's internal monologue at 1:36: Not bad. Not bad.
i love scenes like this where it emphasizes how little power Joffery actually had. when sitting in private with the bigboys his lack of respect and power is evadent. everybody disrespects him
Tywin: Why you little shit!
Joffrey: Oh crap!
Cersei: I cannot protect you Joffrey!
Tyrion: Now THIS is going to be interesting.
Pycelle: Oh dear!
Varys: I ain't saving your ass!
Joffrey: I am the King, I can say whatever I want!
Tywin: -Get this impudent little shit out of my sight immediately.- _"The king is tired."_
tywin might not be a king, but he is the conqueror every scene
"Any man who insists he is not tired, is indeed tired" 😎
i like how Varys gave a little chuckle at 1:30 when Tyrion threatened Joffrey
I think Tywin was low key impressed Tyrion told Joffrey “no” and stood firm. Maybe that’s the reason he didn’t take the threat as seriously as everybody else. Cersei certainly never did that lol
incredible acting from all of them
Notice how Pycelle betrays himself. Disrespects Tyrion by fumbling the message exchange and blaming old fingers, but deftly picks it up as he's leaving.
This scene shows there is no true king here. Tyrion's comeback was extremely clever. Cersei never really defends Joffrey because she knows where the real power lies and her son can go over board. Tywin realizes how ridiculous Joffrey is and when Joffrey proceeds to insult Tywin everyone goes silent.
I like how Tywin spoke only when needed and was the most effective
I love how joffrey turned his head to tyrion, while tyrion said NO. It was exactly at the same time.
The look that Tyrion gave Pycelle when he dropped the note lol. He knew he was faking it like Tywin did
When Ceresi, Tywin , and Tyrion all agree you really messed up
I know he's a bad guy, but I just can't help loving Tywin. He don't take shit from nobody.
i love Jeofferys body language, such brilliant acting. It adds so much more to his arrogance.
The minute Joffery insults tywin you see everyone go silent and just stare at him which made it more uncomfortable and made Joffery think "oh shit" and break eye contact