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Tywin Being a Boss for 5 minutes straight
- Published on Jun 17, 2019 veröffentlicht
- A funny Minutes Straight Game of Thrones video!! There are a lot of funny edits and I use text edits as a form of commentary to add something new to the video and I also use it as a form of funny character expressions. This video is centered around Tywin Lannister being a badass/boss and shows some of his best moments.
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Viewer: *dislikes video*
Me: "The viewer is tired, see him to his chambers"
Do one with sansa pleasseeee
“Take him! Take him!! TAKE HIM!!!”
I am not *TIAAD*
Tywin Lannister is one of the few characters that was actually better on the show than in the books. Charles Dance did an amazing job!
Varys also. In the books,he's hardly noticeable. In the show,he shows more charm,through
Yes. In the books Varys is a bit obvious in how much of a snake he is. In the show nobody knows wtf he wants or thinks.
Tyrion in the first four seasons too maybe
In the books he’s kind of one dimensional and easy to hate, in the show Charles Dance’s charisma plus his scenes with Arya humanized him a bit.
@LoneStarWolf Entertainment Exactly, Charles Dance made him a more nuanced character.
Tywins's relationship with Tyrion is so funny to me.
"You wanted me dead."
"Duh. But, you didn't die! Aren't I a great father?"
Ha ha ha!
hahahaha lol, great comment!!
In a way, Tywin made Tyrion a stronger person. He showed him the world is cruel and you have to use your wits to survive and thrive more than anything. Intentionally? Probably not. But he did, and I do think somewhere deep down he had a begrudging respect when Tyrion achieved things, but his harsh hand and blaming his son for his wife's death didn't fix the problems he perceived with him obviously and backfired.
There’s always been something weirdly wholesome about Joff defending the man he thought was his father. Like he was always psycho but he truly did want to impress and make Robert proud lmao
You're right, it made him look human like the rest of us
Robert was his hero in some ways. He killed Rheagar and took the crown. That’s some aegon level right there.
@M2s while Tywin hid under casterly rock
Like when he opened a cat's belly to take out the kittens she had and went to show them to Robert.
“This one’s a girl… you idiot”
That line was delivered so perfectly 😂😂😂
"A cupbearer can read better than you"
Tbh every line was delivered perfectly ..but yes this one has to be my favorite lol..just shows his wisdom and leadership knowing she was a girl with one glance at her …
@Luech Millionz True, Arya’s disguise as a boy was great so the fact that Tywin expected the guy to know she was a girl was hilarious. He gave the guy too much credit
@Quicksilver Storm My*
And yet Tywin turned out to be also idiot 'cause he had got one of Stark in his environment.
"We can arranged to have you carried."
"The king is tired. See him to his chambers."
Threaten the king without threatening the king.
Along with Olenna, the 2 most savage chars in the series lol
That wasn't a threat. See the difference? 😂
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A crown don't make you a King
@Darkstar nice pfp
Tywin Lannister is one of the best fictional antagonists of all time; Charles Dance is a true legendary Shakespearean actor. His line "any man who must say 'I am the king' is no true king" still gives me chills. He's one of those characters who can draw the attention of an entire audience and silence a crowd with just his mere presence. GOT wasn't nearly as good once he was gone
Truly a legend! Also gotta give credit to GRRM for making such a character, as well as the crew in charge of body language. Charles Dance is a charismatic and amazing actor. Something You can notice is the way he demands people. Normally, someone would say: "You must do this and that". But for Charles/Tywin it's always: "You WILL go to king's landing and you WILL serve as hand of the king". Literally making decisions and not giving you a choice to refuse lol.
TV antagonist you mean. It’s not so much like that in the actual books. In the show the Lannisters are made out to be the typical super rich bad guys using their money and influence to get more power to hurt the “good” guys, while the Starks and Targaryens are the good guys form barren wastelands and humble beginnings, but it’s not as black and white in the books. For one, Littlefinger coerced Ned and Cat into attacking the Lannisters by kidnapping Tyrion so technically Tywin isn’t an antagonist, they are, as well as Baelish. Cersei from what we gather had no ambition to kill Robert and take the throne until AFTER Ned started snooping around because of course she would or else she and her kids would be killed and Lannister house, disgraced…
If you Even have to consider him as an antagonist because all he wants its just the best for his famaly and his (on German) Vermächtnis
@ 3:53 More talent in this room than every character in the MCU combined. Olenna’s just like “someone with brains to match mine. Touché.” Dianna Rigg and Charles Dance played the hell out of their characters and made them some of the best in the show. Olenna’s definitely top 3 characters in this show for me
If Tywin was still alive... Cersei you will Marry the Night King. You are still fertile and we need an alliance.
And maybe he can warm your heart...
More like Tywin bossing the Night's King to marry Cersei, as she's the most beautiful woman in Westeros, belonging to thé most prominent family in Westeros, meaning an Alliance between the White Walkers and House Lannister would Ensure a Dynasty that'd last a Thousand years! Either that, or Tywin would sign the White Walkers to the Kingsguard. They would raise no wights, command no troops for the Night's King, and his legacy would fade away..."
More likely D&D would have just fucked up his character. He'd have been all 'To be honest, I never really much cared for the family name.'
Greatest joke that ever made) 😂😂
The first shot we see of Tywin is him skinning and gutting his own deer while he converses/lectures with Jaime. We see everything we need to know about this character and his relationship with his older son in just one scene. Literal perfection
I openly quote Tywin’s line, “The lion doesn’t concern himself with the opinions of the sheep”
Not only that, he was skinning an animal that was represented the sigil of the enemy he would soon face. (Baratheon=Stag)
@DavidPunisher23 Ah yes! Very observant- unlike me🤣
GoT was very good most of the time! Will we ever witness a show again with the same anticipation and hype? I think not..
Simple really, the only thing more terrifying than his disapproval, is his approval, and Charles Dance nailed it, then and there.
"Margaery has her claws in Joffery. she knows how to manipulate him."
"Good. I wish you knew how to manipulate him."
Charles Dance was a pure jem in this show.
No one can portray Tywin Lannister better than Charles Dance. He is a master on display while acting in any dramatic role.
"... and because you're my cousin, I might even let you wake from that sleep." What a line! Tywin was my favourite character portrayal in the show. No contest
The intimidating stare he gives joffery is brilliant. Everything about him demanded respect and authority..
Truly great character.
Tywin is the only character that carried himself like a true king. Intelligent, merciless, strategic & experienced in nearly every aspect of life.
They didn't show it much in the series but to people that respected him, he showed Mercy, he'd rarely kill unjustly.
He will never be a good king lol , zerob comabt ability , tyrion killed him lol .
What made him such a good character was the way he was shown as utterly ruthless and all-powerful, without anyone ever saying as such. It was almost like an unspoken truth that Tywin was the true ruler of the Seven Kingdoms, and Charles Dance portrayed that aspect perfectly.
@Bharath first of he had combat ability
and secondly he is simply the most maciavellien character
no real need for good fighting skills
“when your enemies defy you, you must serve them steel and fire. When they go to their knees, however, you must help them back to their feet. Elsewise no man will ever bend the knee to you”
Tywin was a likeable character. Although he represented the “enemy” in the show, he was reasonable and generally wise. He could definitely be cruel, and was, but he usually made good decisions for his side. A very formidable adversary.
I LOVED Tywin, no apologies.
100% agree, his backstory is more sympathetic than people realize
Fax he was GOATED
@Kane Recardo not sure what backstory you mean lmao, the one where he publically humiliated his fathers mistress (walk of shame) the one where he brutally murdered the tarbecks and literally drowned the entire population of the reynes or the one where he ordered the murder of two children (aegon and rhaenys) and possibly their mother elia aswell?
@Benjamin Lechner the one where his family name had been dragged through the mud by an incompetent father and after all the hard work of restoring it he lost the one of the only people in his life that brought genuine joy to it. It's Westeros, basically every lord that had ever existed did horrific things, and it's sympathetic relative to what we see him as in the TV series and books.
I love how Tywin knew Joffrey was a shit King. After Joffrey died he thought."Thank the 7 gods for that"
And he started schooling Tommen.
If not for his horrible mother I feel Tommen would have been an amazing king similar to Viserys in Dance of Dragons
@Big Donk Daniels tommen would just have let tywin rule his kingdom for him if he would have survived
@Shine banana would probably be the best thing for the realm at that point. Monster tho he might be, Tywin Lannister knew how to rule, and how to do it well.
As bad as Tywin was, I think he actually was a pragmatist in the end. He would fight and kill when need be, but ultimately he wanted people working, and the wheels turning, etc. He didn't want rebellions, he didn't want peasants starving, he didn't want war, and he knew how rotten and selfish his kids and especially grandson could be at times. He knew he had absolute power and didn't need approval from anyone.
He wasn't interested in making a spectacle of himself, he was interested in the survival of his family.
So many years of watching you dad be a jackass rather than a lion would do that to a man. He tried so hard to make his house well respected that people kept underestimating the lannister name on the account of his father. Forcing him to become the embodiment of, fuck around, and find out. And that's all because he wanted to put some respect to his house.
Tywin and Arya’s scenes together were truly one of the highlights of the entire series. Tywin just has so much charisma. I would have loved to have seen him find out that the cupbearer was none other than Arya Stark.
“…. to watch you WaDdLe AbOuT”
That line itself made me laugh uncontrollably, the shaky cam with it just killed me 😂🤣
Tyrion is at least better than Tywin’s dumb ass father (the Laughing Lion)
That was GOLD
I don't think that was a line from the books. In reality, the reasons are slightly different from book to show. In the book, Tywin was *PISSED* at Tyrion because Cersei told Tywin that Tyrion threatened to rape Tommen if anything happened to Shae.
Tyrion was bluffing of course, but to threaten to rape your nephew on account of a whore's affection was a massive sign of weakness in Tywin's eyes. That's why he was incredibly angry at Tyrion like, "are you fucking serious?"
Times where you love Tywin: his scenes with Arya.
Times where you hate Tywin: his scenes with his only competent child.
Tywin was in denial, and he hated Tyrion because he blamed him for Lady Joanna’s death. I never hated Tywin.
Wisemankugel Memicus Wisemankugel Memicus I hated him because of the way he views other people, he sees people as pieces on a chess board to be used as he pleases and thrown away when they’ve lost all use when in reality people are far more complex then that and sooner or later they are gonna get tired of being seen as chess pieces and I don’t know about you but I think an old lion can get killed by being trampled on by a stampede of angry sheep.
@LoneStarWolf Entertainment The thing is then, we can make the very real argument that in some ways that Tywin was like the Zhukov of AWOIAF (aside from the dying before he could finish his job thing). He seemed like he was a good guy before the lifetime of suffering and injustice and politics. Basically, Tywin was the type of guy who had seen so much horrible shit, and victory was in his hands so he reaped the plunder. He was eventually so used to victory and used to plunder that this is how he saw everyone - a tool to further his family's legacy, or a tool to be used, then thrown away and discarded. Not only that but under his command, the Lannister-Tyrell Army made some of it's greatest gains.
HOWEVER, you are completely morally in the right to see this type of person as completely shitty. Even if it is a very morally gray area. For instance, Tywin's greatest atrocity: the execution of the Castameres, was to gain a cult of personality where his allies would respect him and his enemies would fear him. It would be cool to see the Castameres, but they rebelled against Tywin, there were never going to survive.
Wisemankugel Memicus I believe it’s stated in the books that Tywin was not necessarily nicer just not nearly as cold as he is now back when his wife (whom practically had him in the palm of her hand) was still alive, me personally I’m conflicted on how I feel about Tywin because on the one hand he has done some very bad shit that I simply can not overlook (even if all of it was necessary) but on the other hand he has done a lot of good for the realm as Hand Of The King even if it was more to save face then out of a sense of Altruism (in his time as Hand to Aerys he had heavily damaged roads repaired and new ones built to ensure proper trade which is just one of many things he did that helped the Realm) and then there’s also his scenes with Arya that greatly humanized him and the fact that he’s not needless cruel (atleast not to anyone that isn’t Tyrion, if Tywin was in King’s Landing after Ned Stark died he wouldn’t have treated Sansa the way Joffrey did). Overall that’s how you know he’s a good antagonist.
The interaction between Tywin and Arya was fantastic...tense, humorous, playful, filled with mutual respect, and absolutely dangerous for both characters.
"The king is tired. See him to his chambers."
God, I loved seeing him put Joffery in his place.
Tywin and Olenna in the same scene is some of the best this show has to offer.
Hearing Tywin say: “You refused to die I respect that even admire it and you fight for whats yours you’re a Lannister“ is actually the nicest thing he’s ever said to Tyrion as a father
Id say nice things too if i was about to die on the shitter.
I feel like out of all the lines that he has, this was one of the most ingenuin ones he's said, i feel like he only said it to save his skin because those words are what Tyrion always wanted to hear and tywin didn't think of saying them until he was under Tyrion's mercy? He might've said those words but he never did do anything to honor those words before, one of them being that he didn't make him heir to castly rock just because he's an imp, although he did a phenomenal job as hand of the king.
Also, tyrion is as smart as his father, if he knew his words were genuine he wouldn't have killed him, because tyrion did infact want to be praised for his deeds and he did want to be good to people, but if his father won't give him that then who will?
"You'll do no such thing. This one's a girl, you idiot" That line always cracks me up so much, his expression and the way he said it was amazing. Honestly, Charles Dance did a legendary job as Tywin Lannister, he controlled pretty much every scene he was in. And god do I love the Harrenhall stufff with Arya.
Charles Dance is the best actor in the show, cant believe he didnt get any award
Truth! He definitely deserved to have won an award for his outstanding performance.
randyll tarly was good too, he was like a mini-tywin
People prolly just forgot he was acting
@Brendan Smith true lmfao
MrGladiator54321 He probably got paid handsomely.
Charles dance deserved so many accolades for portraying Tywin.
"A lion does not concern himself with the opinions of a sheep." Best. Line. Ever.
I loved Cersi’s face when Joffrey was talking smack to Tywin…she’s all “you messed up”. 😂😂
Does Charles Dance ever deliver a bad line? Damn he's good.
its all in the voice. he could be talking about flying unicorns and sound serious and respectable
Whoever cast Charles Dance deserves an award on their own.
- "What killed him ?"
The best answer ever, wow.
Back when the dialogue wasn't just "Varys has no balls", "Sheh's muh queehn!" and "Ah dun wan tit!"
and what killed Tywin? To be unable to love his son.
666th thumb up I rule :)...
@Aeris The Black his spite and hatred towards his son to be more accurate
@zach doe more like his eldest son's betrayal.
I dont think there is a single scene where Tywin Lannister isnt a force to be reckoned with in the entire series. Charles Dance executed this role FLAWLESSLY but then again there arent many roles he is bad at the man commands respect.
The fact that he was only nominated for this role is criminal, he stole every scene he was in.
Tywin was a vastly multifaceted character. You could easily just dismiss him out of hand as a villain, but he’s more layered and complex than that when you realize that everything he does is to improve his family’s standing and situation. He’s intelligent, pragmatic, ruthless, and has will of steel! The scene where he discusses with Tyrion whether or not it’s honorable to murder one’s enemies at a wedding is a perfect illustration of who he is, what he stands for, and what he believes in. Charles Dance was the perfect actor to play him. Especially with that velvety voice and that cold stare.
The best character in all of GOT. Together with Gus Fring and Darth Maul he forms the trifecta of the best villains in TV history. Charles Dance truly is one of the best actors in the whole show and his demeanor and delivery was perfect every single time, to the point where he could dominate a scene by merely uttering 4 lines of dialogue (and by could I mean he did, the small council meeting after the Red Wedding gave him 4 lines of dialogue and he still took the spotlight)
They try so bad to make you hate Tywin. But he's one of my favorite characters. And some of my favorite scenes was with him and Arya. He showed such kindness to her that he didn't show anyone else
Tywin while being ruthless is very pragmatic and quite reasonable. If it wasn't for joffrey he probably would have had Ned stark,Arya and sansa traded for Jamie and ended the war without bloodshed
That’s the best kind of villain. You feel like you should hate their guts and if they were an actual person irl, you would. But you just can’t help but grin every time they’re on screen.
Feels like Dance probably had a blast playing the part too. It’s a dream role for an actor to just let loose with because you don’t have to be relatable anymore and can just pour out your acting chops.
I thought the Targaryens were the only house that roasted people alive.
Stanis, lanisters, Targaryens ...
🤣🤣🤣...well damn you're right!!!
Don't forget the Hound
@Anit Sabu living roast 🥲
Charles Dance is an absolute masterclass of acting.
The power and compelling confidence the man commands with his voice is second to none, even Charles Lee.
This might be the best casting in TV history, Charles dance literally put on the perfect performance, I can’t even see it being any better
Such a fantastic character. You can see that he is not concerned with minor petty disputes like all the soldiers and antagonistic knights in Westeros. He is a different type of evil, the type that you can almost like because he never killed anyone unless it was to further his house strength and goals. Tyrion got his mind from his father
Tywin Lannister and Olenna Tyrel. Easily my most favorite characters in the entire series.
Not because they can swing a sword well or ride a dragon, but purely because of how smart and clever their dialogue was and how well they interact with anyone they speak to.
There has never been a better performance than Tywin Lannister! My eyes could not leave the tv for a second every time he was on screen
Charles Dance's voice is one of the most imposing I've heard from any actor and he commands it with skill
He has a wonderful and unique voice, much like Alan Rickman, Jeremy Irons, and Christopher Lee.
Charles Dance can be absolutely terrifying, I can't imagine anyone else playing Tywin with the same skill he did.
When I become older, I really hope I have a voice as magnificent as his
@Alanna Terence Stamp as well
@Alanna Don't forget Giancarlo Esposito..idk why but if he was a lawyer, his voice alone would win him all his cases lmao.
This is low-key my favorite character. He always dominates any scene he is in. And isnt even afraid to tell a king how it is.
A true classically trained actor. His voice is so beautiful and he keeps his tone low the more menacing he wants to be
Tywin Character is just incredible. Charles dance should’ve gotten an Emmy. He was the best character on Got. All he cared about was power
Charles Dance was perfectly cast for this role. He always plays the ruthlessly nasty character so well.
I feel like Tywin is the prime example of someone with good intentions,frightening wisdom and monsterous intelligence. It's just a shame his moral compass looks like a fidget spinner and his mislead beliefs make him an inhumane monster that scares the Boogeyman into hiding beneath his sheets.
Ever since i’ve heard Tywin say “go on, say something clever” i’ve used it in arguments and tense moments, surprisingly it works every time
It works like, it gets the other person to say something clever?
It backfired on me so know when to say it.
Also when people say “I don’t care what people think about me” hit them with “no, that’s what you want people to think of you.”
I also randomly shout "THEY HAVE MY SON!!!! " in the middle of conversations.
@Game Formation lmfao 😂
1:51 No one in all Seven Kingdoms can tell Clegane that he's got soft and keep his head unharmed
Nobody except Tywin
my applause to Charles Dance for this performance. Great job Charles
I realize how sad the final scene is. Tywin knew in those final moments that all Tyrion wanted was praise and acceptance from his father. Tywin used that in a final effort to protect himself, and you can see the grief in Tyrion, who must have felt tempted to believe his father's words, because it felt so good to hear, but at the same time knew it must have been false. How sad, poor Tyrion. I wonder if Tywin really had any kind of realization in that moment.
A shame this show never went more than 5 seasons.
He was cruel and awful but “this ones a girl, you idiot” was gold. 😂
Oh and “Good. I wish you knew how to manipulate him.” 😅
That moment when Tywin scares the absolute shit out of Joffrey simply by walking RIGHT UP to him.
"We could arrange to have you carried."
Tywin understood intimidation in every sense of the word.
To me it was a reminder to Joffrey that he wasn't shit and he'll always be shit
The Roi of Names please explain, im confused
@Mirofosaethen wasnt shit and he'll NEVER BE shit😉
“Any man who must say, I amThe King, is no true King”
It’s such a great quote because it’s true
him intimidating joffrey always made me smile.
Honestly speaking. He was my favourite character in the entire show! Charles dance was amazing in this role
This man acting skills superb playing tywin lannister character 👏 that scene with Joffrey asking him why he was holding all council meetings at the tower of the kings hand, and he walked straight to him the look in Joffrey's face as he was climbed the stairs straight to him says it all it was at that moment he knew who really was In charge tywin straight up bosss!!
Tywin and Arya together were epic. It was an actual improvement to the books, and I believe the only reason why all of the show's scenes with Tywin that had dialog and character development that wasn't taken directly from the books were only better because of Charles Dance.
"Lannisters don't act like fools."
Boy, would he have been mad if he lived to see season 8...
If he lived in season 8
White walker comes to night king: We have news that tywin lannister is still alive
Night king: Fix the wall we're leaving!
"Madness and stupidity"
I bet Tywin is rolling in his grave after the horrendous battle of Winterfell.
"ought not to act".
"To teach me humility, the gods have condemned me to watch Seasons 5 through 8."
Tywin was a grossly underrated character. Charles Dance was awesome.
That scene where he sends Geoffrey to bed is so dope. He had 3 lines, had the room entirely fucking silent and sent the king to bed. He had a fucking presence I tell ya
He wasn't my favourite character from the show that would be his son Tyrion.
But this man is a superb actor and "Bossed" nearly every scene he was in.
He just has something about him the mannerisms and just about any aspect of his role he does with such a commanding presence he was incredible for this role.
"Can you read?" Is still the one of the best put-down sequences I've seen. I like that Tywin burns everyone equally, high or lowborn.
I love Charles Dance, such a great actor.
Arya: Is it true? Have you never lost a war?
Tywin: is my name Tylose?
omg take my money you win!! lmao
Why isn't this the top comment? Lmao
When Joffrey complains about stairs, Tywin literally walked up steps to confront him about being carried…
I love it whenever Tywin intimidates with his eyes
Tyrion and Tywin were the only ones who weren't afraid to call Joffrey out for being a brat. They both have my respect.
The funny thing is, I'd imagine Tywin was telling the truth at the end. If Tyrion dies, he doesn't get Jamie's promise. I'm sure he could fake Tyrion's death and secretly have him sent off to the wall to appease Jamie and stick to his original plan.
Charles dance was the perfect tywin. That first scene alone had me convinced and he only got better. I was afraid of tywin in the books knowing how ruthless and feared he was. Charles brought that to the screen. A hard stare from tywin would turn a man's bowels to jelly was a quote from the book and that stare from charles was just as fearsome.
How Tywin would end The War for the Dawn:
Cersei, you will marry The Night King and that will be the end of it.
Having sex with Cersei kills the Night King.
@maggie smith because of syphillis
Poor night king, he doesn't deserve such cruel fate
The Kingslayer will make use of his name.
"There will be no more discussion on the matter"
"Because you're my cousin I might even let you wake from that sleep."
Something about that line is just great to me.
There was no actor on this planet that could have played Tywin Lannester other than Charles Dance. Masterful.
dance was such a delight to watch on this show , such a powerful actor.
You have to be pretty darn ruthless to ask The mountain if he's gone soft 😂
Tywin is such a boss in the show, not even the fact that he died defenseless in the toilet can ruin it for him
Olenna Tyrell was the only one who could match his badassery
Prince Oberyn too
Imagine them as a power couple 🤣
@Mr. Ras Lyon The world would not able to handle them.
Nah she was defeated didn't you see the video?
You're forgetting Lady Mormont of bear Island
Everything out of Tywin's mouth is pure gold. Charles Dance is one of the stand outs of the whole show.
I always like the look he gives when he discovers Gendry is a blacksmith.
“A mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone if it is to keep its edge.” - Tywin Lannister
We needed more airtime of Charles, he is an amazing actor
I love how after Joffrey has his little outburst with Tywin you can totally hear an unspoken 'ooooooohhhh'.
This video should be longer than five minutes, it should be all his screen time
Kookie Oppa on the real
I can't agree more, they cut off some good scenes, him screaming "Not another word" at cersei and tyrion then leaving was badass. Also the silence and looks of everyone after joffrey screamed at lord tywin was deep and shows lord tywin's dominance and respect.
He’s strangely but precisely my favorite character! He killed the role of power and insane knowledge!!!
I get the sense that Tywin wasn't lying to Tyrion. He does admire his ability to keep going, however it's what he's using to try and survive rather than something he would otherwise admit.
I love how tywin got a special ceremony for his efforts but expected Tyrion to not need it for his
they truly could have made an entire episode of Tywin and Tyrion doing that staring contest, and i'd think it was the greatest episode of all time, that short lived satisfaction on Tyrion's face, that look of "how dare you" stare Tywin gave. the emmy's should have created a special category just to award them both an emmy for that staring contest
This show was so perfect. It's SO sad that it ended that badly. Why, why cannot something be perfect in this life for once. Why!
"You need to marry again and BREED" he really did treat Cersei like a horse 🤣🤣🤣🤣
She was like a bakery.She was getting bread!
She’s a pretty nice one at that
or like a women befor the 21st century sadly
@CrazyDinosaur Most cultures didn't really do that sort of thing, and those that did were likely very unstable and collapsef.
Even I thought to myself "Dude what the hell!!"
Tywin was an incredible character, keeping his whole family in order, with his main flaw being his resentment towards his imp son, which caused his downfall. If he had shown more empathy to him, the whole story would play out a lot differently for Lannisters
3:43 lmfaooooo this was Olenna being a boss hahaha. Such a funny interaction. I really wish we could have seen them both taken on the world. Those two would be a brutal force to be dealt with.
Charles Dance has the greatest screen presence that I've ever seen.
Eu gosto MUUUITO dele. Apesar de não ser um indivíduo muito agradável, ele é foda demais
Isso o resume perfeitamente
Charles Dance is such a great actor and the perfect choice for Tywin. But also, Tywin is a great character. Witty, wise, a total badass without being physically threatening, but not the typical cookie cutter villain. In fact, I always felt that he is a stern but ultimately good leader. He understands how everything works. One of my favourite scenes was when he scoffed at those guys that tortured peasants to get information - he pointed out that they were wasting craftsmen and working forces they depend on. He understands how important it is to have allies and to keep promises. I really think that Tywin is exactly as unscrupulous as he needs to be. He would do everything to keep his house, line and kingdom together. And if he wasn't born into such a cutthroat world he would probably be a very noble ruler.
He was one of the villains (of sorts) that I really didn't want to die. Although I have to admit that I never understood his hatred for Tyrion. I know that that was necessary for the plot and Tyrions character arc, but damn, imagine how powerful the Lannisters would have been if they just treated Tyrion better. Tywin, Tyrion, Jamie and Cercei united - what a force! Wisdom, military prowess, artfullness and street smarts.
“Tywin liking Arya more than his own children for X minutes straight”
@Daniel Blair nah cause he saw that she was way ahead of her time and social class so he liked her
Humble enough to submit and follow. Bold and intelligent enough to lead. Just what he wished for his children, but could only find in a servant girl.
Daniel Blair wrong kid she acts 12
I wish tywin would have made Arya's list.
Man this actor is so amazing! Such a boss!
Tywin's only weakness is that he cannot get over his hatred of Tyrion.