Deleted Scene from GAME OF THRONES: Season 3

     August 16, 2013


HBO has released a deleted scene from the upcoming Game of Thrones: Season 3 Blu-ray/DVD.  In the scene, Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance) is in the middle of fishing when he’s confronted by Grand Maester Pycelle (Julian Glover) begging to get his seat back on the high council.  We were shown this scene at Comic-Con, and I loved it.  I can kind of understand why it was cut since every episode packs in so much material, and this scene doesn’t drive the plot forward.  However, it completely changes our perception of Pycelle through a surprising and dramatic reveal.  That’s not to mention the terrific performances from Dance and Glover.  While it may not have been deemed essential by the showrunners, I’m glad that fans will still get a chance to see it.

Hit the jump to watch the deleted scene.  Game of Thrones: Season 3 will hit Blu-ray and DVD on February 18, 2014.

Via HBO.


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  • Jeremy D

    While not essential to the plot, I do think its a shame this scene was cut. It serves as a nice insight into Pycelle’s character (albeit an insight not in the books).

  • Greyson

    I liked it a lot. We already knew he was faking, but it’s awesome to watch Tywin see right past it. He’s a smart fucker.

  • Rick

    Wow. I feel dumb. So he was just pretending to be a bumbling idiot the whole time? Why?

  • RealZazzyG

    Vladimir Putin can try as hard as he likes, he will never be as badass as Tywin Lannister.

  • -

    I like this a lot more than most of the scenes that were left in. Oh well.

  • eternalozzie

    This last season was very lacking in anything interesting … except maybe the mother of dragons

    • bigballaz11

      Your a F**king idiot, this was one of the best seasons with all the individual story lines going on especially the red wedding episode Moron

      • eternalozzie

        One of the big problems with bringing a set of novels like this to the big or TV screen is there are SO many characters that most get no development … Game Of Thrones, the TV series, is probably the biggest example of this. Outside of 6 characters we gain no insight into who any of these people are.
        You can name call like an 12 y/o playing call of duty all you want but it doesn’t change the reality that there is next to no character development in this show. They don’t have time … it’s too much to fit into 12 episodes per season.

      • mcleron

        10 Episodes

  • Brent Stires

    That wasn’t a reveal at all. We already saw him stretch around in his chambers.

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