Game of Thrones shocked the show’s viewers who haven’t read the books in George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice & Fire series when it showed the death of the sociopathic inbred Lannister boy king Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) last week. What’s ahead, according to director Alex Graves, in Sunday night's episode "Breaker of Chains" will be even more unbelievable.

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Following the Purple Wedding, a lot will change in King’s Landing and the rest of Westeros, as the realm is now without a king and tensions are running higher than ever. Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), Joffrey’s uncle, looks destined to be convicted for his death.

"Episode three is in part an aftermath episode, where you settle and everything takes a turn toward the second half of the season," Graves told The Hollywood Reporter. "Joffrey's death is a beginning. Ned Stark's death was not an end — it was a beginning. It's when the show began. All the deaths are like that, and Joffrey's is no different. Joffrey's death affects the show through to the climax."

Although Graves was light on specifics for the third episode of Games of Thrones, he did reveal that it will have "one of the best speeches in the series."

– Chelsea Regan

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