Game Of Thrones Season 5 Episode 5 : “Kill the Boy” is the fifth episode of the fifth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 45th overall. The episode was written by Bryan Cogman, and directed by Jeremy Podeswa. It aired on May 10, 2015Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) and Podrick (Daniel Portman) arrive at an inn not far from Winterfell. When their conversation is interrupted by a servant, Brienne speaks to him and determines he is still loyal to the Starks. She arranges for a message to be delivered to Sansa (Sophie Turner) that if she is ever in trouble, she should light a candle in Winterfell’s highest tower, and help will arrive.In Winterfell, Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) has a tense conversation with Myranda (Charlotte Hope) regarding her jealousy of Sansa and their impending marriage. Later, Myranda speaks with Sansa, and shows her to the kennels where Reek, formerly Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), lives. At dinner, Ramsay forces Reek to apologize to Sansa for murdering Bran and Rickon, despite being aware that Reek did not kill them. Annoyed by Ramsay’s petty cruelty, Roose (Michael McElhatton) announces that he and Walda (Elizabeth Webster) are expecting a child. Ramsay feels his claim as Roose’s heir is threatened, but Roose later reassures him and asks for his support resisting King Stannis Baratheon’s impending attack on Winterfell.News of the events in Meereen reach Sam (John Bradley) and Maester Aemon (Peter Vaughan). Aemon laments that he is Daenerys’s only remaining relative, and that he is too old and sickly to help her. Jon (Kit Harington) arrives and speaks privately to Aemon, asking his advice with regards to gaining the wildlings as allies. Aemon tells Jon that he must “kill the boy and let the man be born,” indicating that as Lord Commander, Jon must do what he feels is right.Afterward, Jon meets with Tormund Giantsbane (Kristofer Hivju) and frees him. He offers to allow the wildlings to settle south of the wall, in return for an alliance with the Night’s Watch. Tormund tells Jon that most of the wildlings have made their way to a settlement called Hardhome, and that in order to unite them and forge an alliance, Jon must accompany him to speak with them himself. When Jon presents his plan to his men, they reject it, citing the numerous brothers and innocents killed by the wildlings, including Jon’s friends Grenn and Pyp, and Olly’s entire village. Regardless, Jon decides to go forward with the plan.In the library, Sam tells Gilly about how he had always wanted to become a Maester before joining the Night’s Watch. Stannis (Stephen Dillane) then enters and asks Sam about dragonglass, which is capable of killing White Walkers. He mentions that Dragonstone has large supplies of dragonglass, and that Sam should continue researching the White Walkers’ weaknesses. Later, Stannis tells Ser Davos (Liam Cunningham) that they will march toward Winterfell in the morning. Davos suggests waiting for Jon to come back with the wildlings, but Stannis wishes to march before winter arrives. He also decides to have Selyse (Tara Fitzgerald) and Shireen (Kerry Ingram) march with them, since he does not feel they will be safe at the Wall.
More Information about the Game Of Thrones Season 5 Episode 5 (2015)
Adventure | Drama | Fantasy
Release: 11 May 2015 (Usa)
IMDB Rating : 8.7/10
Director: Jeremy Podeswa
Writers: George R.R. Martin
Stars : Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington