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Game of Thrones: 5 biggest moments from Episode 4, Season 6

Well that was pretty exciting.

Game of Thrones is a big, sprawling show, with a particularly bloated cast at the best of times, so it’s understandably frustrating that every so often it has to move things along pretty slowly. Everything has to kind of align, which can make it feel gridlocked.

But this week felt like a stirring, evocative hour full of reunions, death, hope and plenty of burning bodies. What more could you want? Here are our big talking points from Book of the Stranger.

(Images: Sky)



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