Game Of Thrones: Best Quotes of Season 3



Game Of Thrones: Best Quotes of Season 3

Game of Thrones isn’t just one of the smartest, most intricate and complex shows on television right now-it is also one of the most quotable. In preparation for tonight’s season four premiere, we wanted to take a look back at season three’s greatest quotes, from the philosophically resonant, to the witheringly sarcastic, from the double entendres to the thinly veiled threats (and, in some excellent cases, completely straightforward threats). These are ten moments from season three that have stuck with us for an entire year. Here’s to a season four that is just as memorable.

10. “You waste time trying to get people to love you…you’ll end up the most popular dead man in town.”-Bronn (Season 3, Episode 6)

Bronn to Tyrion

9.“Any man who must say ‘I am the king’ is no true king.” -Tywin Lannister (Season 3, Episode 10)


8.“Someday I’m going to put a sword through your eye and out the back of your skull.” -Arya to The Hound (Season 3, Episode 9)

Arya addressing the Hound

7. “If you ever call me sister again, I’ll have you strangled in your sleep.” -Cersei to Margaery (Season 3, Episode 8)

Cersei to Margaery

6.“There’s a beast in every man. And it stirs when you put a sword in his hand.” - Jorah (Season Three, Episode 3)

Jorah Mormont

5. “What happens when the nonexistent bumps up against the decrepit? A question for the philosophers.” -Lady Olenna Tyrell (Season 3, Episode 4)

Lady Olenna Tyrell

4.“The Lannisters sent their regards.” -Roose Bolton (Season 3, Episode 9)

Roose Bolton

3.“He would see this country burn if he could be king of the ashes.” -Varys (on Littlefinger) (Season 3, Episode 4)


2.“If you think this has a happy ending, you haven’t been paying attention.” -Ramsay (Season 3, Episode 10)


1. “Chaos isn’t a pit, chaos is a ladder.” -Littlefinger (Season 3, Episode 6)



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