#2x01 to 5x05 parallel
2x01 / 5x05 Parallel
Yes I know Hen is in the Episode 5 one, but it’s basically the same. Buck and Eddie just switched sides.
P.S. why is BOBBY ALWAYS in the middle of BUDDIE.
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Sons of the Harpy - 5x04
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x05
This episode title: Sons of the Harpy
Writer: Dave Hill
This has been posted before by @thelawyerthatwaspromised, but I’ll repeat it here just to complete.
1. Reference to a tourney
Jon is holding a feather (quill) to sign a letter to Lord Ashford. The Ashford tourney theory is about Sansa’s suitors.
Then Sansa holding that one very significant feather in front of Lyanna’s statue. She was also talking with Littlefinger about the tourney where Rhaegar rode past his wife and chose Lyanna.
2. Warden of the North
Sam convinced Jon that they need help from Warden of the North, Roose Bolton at that time. Jon obviously didn’t want to because Roose Bolton killed Robb.
Littlefinger is trying to convince Sansa that if Stannis manage to take Winterfell from the Boltons, he would need her as the last surviving Stark and named her Wardeness of the North.
3. The dead don’t need lovers
Melissandre was seducing Jon. Jon used Ygritte, her dead lover as an excuse to reject her. Melissandre said that the dead don’t need lovers, only the living.
Sansa was in the crypt, a living amongst the dead.
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Hey hon, I hope that you're still doing Murven gif requests! Could you do a parallel of 2x08 Spacewalker where Raven is pointing the gun at Murphy and attempting to trade his life for Finn's, and 5x05 where Raven is screaming and begging for Mccreary to stop hurting Murphy? Going from wanting to kill him to trying to protect him. I've seen a few parallels between 2x01 and 5x05, but I don't think I've seen any from 2x08 yet. Thanks, bunches!! :)
That’s a brilliant idea and here!
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Best of Star Trek
The Naked Time: 1x04
The Corbomite Maneuver: 1x10
The Menagerie: 1x11 1x12
Balance of Terror: 1x14
Space Seed: 1x22
A Taste of Armageddon: 1x23
Devil in the Dark: 1x25
City on the Edge of Forever: 1x28
Amok Time: 2x01
The Doomsday Mission: 2x06
Journey to Babel: 2x10
The Trouble with Tribbles: 2x15
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Skin of Evil: 1x23
The Measure of a Man: 2x09
Yesterday's Enterprise: 2x15
Q Who: 2x16
Deja Q: 3x13
The Offsprings: 3x16
Sins of the Father: 3x17
The Best of Both Worlds: 3x26
The Best of Both Worlds: 4x01
Cause and Effect: 5x18
The Inner Light: 5x25
Time's Arrow: 5x26
Time's Arrow: 6x01
Chain of Command: 6x10
Chain of Command: 6x11
Lower Decks: 7x15
All Good Things: 7x25
All Good Things: 7x26
Star Trek Generations
Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek: Insurrection
Star Trek: Nemesis
Star Trek Into Darkness
Star Trek Beyond
Star Trek Discovery
Collection of Jonsa parallels in episodes throughout the first five seasons
1x01 - Winter is Coming/1x02 The - Kingsroad: Introduction of Jon and Sansa as main characters with parallel journeys and parallels with Jaime and Cersei.
1x04 - Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things: Foreshadowing of Jon’s real name, his mother, his future queen and heir.
1x08 - The Pointy End: Daughter of a traitor and a traitor’s bastard. Sansa will hatch treason and Jon will do something stupid.
2x01 - The North Remembers: Sansa’s interaction with Joffrey about Ser Dontos parallels Jon’s encounters with Craster. It also parallels Jon’s meeting with D/enerys.
2x06 - The Old Gods and the New/2x07 - A Man Without Honor: First sexual/reproductive experience parallel
2x10 - Valar Morghulis: Broken vows and foreshadowing of Jonsa marriage before Jon becomes a king.
3x01 - Valar Dohaeris: Parallels on negotiating with the enemy that provides some answers to what happened at the Dragonpit meeting in season 7.
3x05 - Kissed by Fire: Sansa will protect Jon followed by a consummation
3x06 - The Climb: Why Jon Snow refused the climb offered by D/ny in season 7.
3x07 - The Bear and the Maiden Fair: Dialogue parallels about sexual encounters with a spouse
4x01 - Two Swords: Mourning Robb Stark.
4x03 - Breaker of Chains: Buying a man’s silence forever
4x05 - First of His Name: Bran is going to be an uncle and Sansa will marry a brother turn cousin.
4x07 - Mockingbird: Parallels of a giant destroying a castle made of ice.
5x01 - The Wars to Come: The greatest swordsman and the gift of a great name, and foreshadowing for Sansa’s kidnapping plot.
5x02 - The House of Black and White: Hint that Jon will take an offer to become Jon Stark, Lord of Winterfell.
5x03 - High Sparrow: The Starks of Winterfell will take their home and avenge their family.
5x04 - Sons of the Harpy: Lyanna’s feather connection and hints towards the Ashford Tourney theory.
5x05 - Kill the Boy: Feather connection and foreshadowing of Ramsay killing his father’s baby boy.
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The Bear and the Maiden Fair - 3x07
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05
This episode title: The Bear and the Maiden Fair
Writer: George R.R. Martin
There’s one parallel in this episode that has made its rounds in the Jonsa community, probably one of the most recognized jonsa scene parallel. It is when Jon/Sansa got sex advice from Tormund/Margaery. I’m going to add a lot more parallels that were happening in this episode, but let’s start with that one sex advice thing.
1. Sex advice
For God knows what reason Tormund was giving Jon sex advice
While Margaery was trying to help Sansa facing her upcoming marriage with Tyrion Lannister.
No wonder this episode title is “The Bear and the Maiden Fair”. But there’s a whole lot more than just the sex advice. And I mean, a lot.
Margaery also remind Sansa that Tyrion has always been nice to her.
While Orell thinks Ygritte shouldn’t be with Jon but with one of her own.
3. Pretty face
Let’s continue with Orell’s complains. He thinks that Ygritte loved Jon because he’s pretty.
While Margaery was trying to convice Sansa that Tyrion is really not bad looking. To which Sansa roll her eyes so hard.
Uh-oh, Jon is really going to scar his pretty eyes, huh?
4. The Lord’s son
Orell’s rant is not over yet. He thinks Jon promised Ygritte to be his lady and live in a castle.
Well, that’s what Tyrion really is.
5. Castle swooning
Would Ygritte swoon if she ever sees Winterfell? But she saw a windmill and thought it was a King’s palace.
While Sansa who grew up in Winterfell actually swooned to an actual palace built by some king. King’s Landing.
Oh you bet he does!
6. Learning and teaching
Sansa was confused how Margaery knows things about sex. She asked her how she knows all this and if it’s her mother who teach her.
Jon was trying to tell Ygritte that he thinks the wildlings’ attack is going to fail, because he knows that all the wildling attack in the past has failed. Six wildlings attack and all of them failed. He learned the North’s history.
Okay, Jon. Glad you learn a lot even though you didn’t have a mother.
Now where did we saw a pair of girls giggling in this episode?
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Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things - 1x04
Other episodes: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05
This episode title: Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things
Writer: Bryan Cogman
Okay so I was planning on posting parallel from another episode, but with the posters out, I feel it’s more appropriate to post parallel from “that episode”. While I was going through them I become more inclined to think that Jon will father a bastard with Sansa, or at least Sansa will get pregnant before they are crowned (even before the “kidnapping plot”), a secret wedding or something, i don’t know. I know this is a very unpopular opinion and I am not very convinced myself, but there are things that lead me to think so, but that’s for another time to discuss (maybe).
For this post, let’s just go through the parallels, starting with Jon’s name.
But not your real name...
He likes redheads
So maybe he’ll marry one.
And have children
But the child will be a prince
Sansa thinks people hate her but nobody could ever hate her
But Jon doesn’t know her mother
Sansa’s grandfather and uncle was burned for trying to save his mother
But Ned Stark hides the truth
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Valar Dohaeris - 3x01
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05 (find them on my blog)
This episode title: Valar Dohaeris
Writer: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss
Boy, there’s a lot to unpack in their scenes this episode. This is the episode where Jon appeals to Mance Rayder to join his army of wildlings and where Sansa asked Littlefinger to take her away from King’s Landing.
The first time Jon Snow ever seen a giant.
While Sansa was approach by Petyr of House Baelish whose sigil is Titan of Braavos (even though now he already changed it to Mockingbird).
2. Mention of Ned/Catelyn Stark
3. Mention of brother/sister
4. Mention of treason
5. An advice for Jon
Jon is trying to convince Mance to let him join them. When Mance asked him why he wanted to join them, Jon just answered he wants to be free. It is what he thinks Mance wants to hear, because it is what Ygritte talked about over and over again.
Well that failed to convince Mance. Now listen to Sansa, Jon!
So he did. He told him about how he saw the White Walkers took Craster’s boys and that the Lord Commander knew about it and did nothing. So that’s his story of why he wants to leave the Night’s Watch.
6. A plea
I can’t help to connect Sansa’s words to what happened with Jon at the Dragonpit meeting in season 7 episode 7..
She said: “That’s not how the game works. You’re not supposed to just blurt out the right answer. You have to invent a story about where the ship is going and why”.
I think that’s exactly what Jon was doing when he answered Cersei’s request for the King in the North to stay neutral in the war between her and Daenerys. The “right answer” was for him to say yes that the North will stay neutral. But that’s not how the game works and Jon has to invent a story to play the game. He invented a story of a Northern fool and a lie concealed by the truth.
He reflected on his experience with Mance. Giving “the right answer” didn’t earn Mance’s trust, and it wouldn’t earn Cersei’s either.
Daenerys asked “Just, the King in the North? Not me?”. Cersei answered that she wouldn’t trust Dany to do that, and if Dany agrees, she would trust her even less.
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The House of Black and White - 5x02
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05 on my blog (sorry can’t put a link because it caused my post not showing up on the tags)
This episode title: The House of Black and White
Writer: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss
1. Ale gives men courage
Sansa tried ale and she did not like it.
She asked Littlefinger why men like it so much, to which he answered that it gives some men courage..
Well Sansa, Lord Baelish didn’t have any ale. He refused it moments ago.
But there was somebody in need of some courage, and he was drinking his ale. Here is Jon during the Night’s Watch Lord Commander election.
And he won!
2. Suspicious to outsiders
Brienne of Tarth approached Sansa to offer her service. Baelish tried to push her away by playing the “family” card.
Meanwhile, before the election, Stannis Baratheon is having a talk with Jon. Stannis was frustrated having received the letter from Lyannna Mormont stating that Bear Island only acknowledged the Starks as their king.
3. Refusing an offer
Stannis offered to legitimize Jon so he can use him to control Winterfell.
While Stannis demanded Jon to kneel to him, Sansa instead had Brienne kneeling before her, offering her service.
They rejected these offers.
We know that later Sansa finally accepted Brienne as her sworn shield. I wonder if Jon later will accept an offer to become Jon Stark, Lord of Winterfell.
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High Sparrow - 5x03
Parallel from other episodes can be found on my blog: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x04, 5x05
This episode title: High Sparrow
Writer: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss
Littlefinger persuades Sansa to take his offer to marry Ramsay Bolton, while Stannis tried to persuade Jon to take his offer to legitimize him to become Jon Stark, Lord of Winterfell.
1. They are the Starks of Winterfell
I wonder if there’s a way for you to be, Jon.... Is there?
2. Winterfell is their home
3. They should rule the North
4. And avenge their family
But what must they do to do that?
So that’s what they did.
5. Keeping their enemies close
Jon named Ser Alliser Thorne First Ranger, while Sansa agreed to marry Ramsay and keep her courtesies with Roose Bolton.
If you watch the episode, you can see that they both were teasing their enemies before finally fall into their courtesies.
6. From a bastard to a lord
But both Jon and Ramsay were bastards who became lords
And that’s a stumble on their newfound leadership
While Ramsay get to marry Sansa Stark, Jon had to execute Janos Slynt to make up their shortcomings as a leader.
Jon and Sansa paid dearly for keeping their enemy close. Sansa was raped and tortured by Ramsay and Jon was murdered by Alliser Thorne. But they managed to rise and they take back their home and rule the North together. We all just have to wait until Jon finally become Jon Stark. Maybe this time he’s the one who gets to marry Sansa Stark.
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Mockingbird - 4x07
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05 is on my blog (I can’t put a link because that caused my post not showing up in the tags)
This episode title: Mockingbird
Writer: David Benioff & D.B Weiss
I can’t make gifset so this pictures will have to do. I’m just excited to find Jon and Sansa’s scene parallel in 4x07.
Jon is trying to convince his brothers in the Night’s Watch to seal Castle Black’s tunnel for the upcoming Wildlings’ attack by sealing the tunnel with rocks and ice.
They were shocked with his suggestion and then Jon told them that there are giants with the Wildlings and that the steel tunnel gate won’t be able to stop them.
Ser Alliser is still not convinced and reminded Jon that he is a steward. So who should make such decision?
And then Sansa’s scene in this episode is her building the snow castle.
Is that the tunnel that she’s carving?
Then of course the “giant” came and destroyed it.
Sweetrobin is the giant that destroys her castle.
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Kill the Boy - 5x05
Parallel from other episodes: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04
This episode title: Kill the Boy
Writer: Bryan Cogman
Oh my God, will you look at this, another Jonsa feather meta!
Just like I did with all the other episodes, I’m just listing the parallels in this episode. Starting with the feather.
We saw the feather zoomed in by the camera on Jon’s desk and Sansa’s wrist.
2. The Gift
We have Sam suggesting to give land in The Gift to the wildlings and Myranda saying that Sansa’s sewing skills is a gift from her mother after she admired her clothes.
3. Something to say
Jon was asking Olly if he has something to say to him, while Ramsay was asking Theon if he has something to say to Sansa.
4. Killed your brother
The Night’s Watch disagree with Jon’s decision to save the wildling saying that they have killed their brothers, while Ramsay ask Theon to apologize for killing Sansa’s brothers.
Olly telling Jon that the wildlings killed his mother and Myranda told Sansa that she can always remembers her mother when she wore the dresses she was taught to made herself.
6. Kill the boy
Maester Aemon told Jon to kill the boy, while Roose telling Ramsay that Walda is pregnant with a boy.
Which Ramsay later did kill....
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The Wars to Come - 5x01
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05 on my blog (can’t link them sorry, otherwise this post won’t show up in the tags)
This episode title: The Wars to Come
Writer: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss
1. Shield up!
Jon with Ollie
Sansa watching Sweetrobin.
2. The Great Warrior/Great Hero
Sansa with Sweetrobin. Lord Royce was frustrated by Robin’s skill in sword fighting.
Jon to Mance Rayder, trying to convince him to kneel to Stannis and don’t try to act heroic.
3. Born with it
Littlefinger thinks it is not important to have a good sword fighting skill. Better to have the right name.
While Jon is defending the wildlings. A very contrasting view with Littlefinger.
4. The Lannisters
Littlefinger is taking Sansa to the North, to Winterfell to marry Ramsay.
While Stannis wanted to attack the Boltons, thinking that with Tywin gone it would be easy peasy.
Right, so we know what happened to Stannis. He was defeated despite the absence of Tywin Lannister’s hand. So in regards to Sansa, I’ve seen somewhere that the Cersei Lannister quote by Littlefinger being discussed as foreshadowing for Sansa’s kidnapping. I think this parallel with Stannis supports it. Both Stannis and Littlefinger thinks they’re safe while referring to a threat from a Lannister.
So I think this has been discussed as well, I can’t remember and I’m sorry if I’m just repeating it but here is what was said before Littlefinger mentioned Cersei Lannister.
How well does Cersei pay The Golden Company?
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The Old gods and the New 2x06/A Man Without Honor 2x07
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01 | 3x01, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05
Episode title and writer:
The Old Gods and the New (2x06), Vanessa Taylor
A Man Without Honor (2x07), David Benioff & D.B Weiss
The parallels continues between the two episodes and therefore I have put it in one post. In 2x06 we see parallels between Jon when he range north of the wall capturing Ygritte and Sansa during the riot in King’s Landing. Then in 2x07 we see them both talking and experiencing a lot with their reproductive organs. I’m not going to talk about what these parallels means, because I think I’ve covered that in my previous post. I’m sorry if it makes it less exciting. This is strictly just a list of the parallels and mostly to complete my series. I made this series of Jonsa parallels is simply to show how Jonsa is already set up (very intricately) since the beginning. It’s also quite interesting to see how their dialogue sometimes answers to each other. First let’s start with 2x06.
1. Sansa was missing in the riot in King’s Landing while Jon was separated from his Night’s Watch brothers because he was chasing Ygritte who has escaped. Tyrion was looking for Sansa while Ygritte asked Jon if he thinks his brothers is looking for him
2. Sansa was trapped and forced to run to an alley.
3. Sansa was sexually assaulted, but so was Jon albeit a lot less violent when Ygritte grind his hip.
4. Sansa was reflecting on her experience, asking why did those people do that to her.
Shae gave her an answer. Her horse eats better than their children. But Qhorin Halfhand also gave her an answer.
5. Sansa would gave them bread if she had it.
While Jon said that he would gladly give his life to the Night’s Watch. But Qhorin thinks he should fight for his life.
But Sansa did fight her assailants.
6. Nevertheless, The Hound had to save her to which she was grateful and she told him that he was brave in the next episode. But Ygritte was telling Jon that he is brave in episode 6.
here is Sansa telling Sandor he is brave (2x07)
7. Jon had to sleep close to Ygritte and he got a boner.
While Sansa got her period for the first time.
8. Ygritte and what he thought about men’s “stone”
And Sansa talking to Cersei about what she thought about menstruating.
9. Jon asking Ygritte to stop talking and walk because Ygritte was teasing him about sex. He asked Ygritte to turn back around
Shae and Sansa trying to flip over the bed to cover the blood stain
10. Jon the crow
Sansa the little dove
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Two Swords - 4x01
Other Jonsa parallel: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05 is on my blog (can’t put a link here because it made my post doesn’t show up in the tags)
This episode title: Two Swords
Writer: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss
Sansa is mourning the lost of Robb and their mother. She does not want to eat and Shae was very concerned. Tyrion is trying to make her feel better. He does the best he could. This is what was said the scene.
That did not make Sansa feel better. She excuse herself saying that she wants to pray in godswood, but then blatantly telling Tyrion that she did not really wanted to pray but it’s the only place where nobody talks to her. Which means Sansa was not happy with their conversation. No matter how hard he tried to comfort her, he is still the enemy and he belongs to the family that murdered her brother and mother.
But there is somebody who knew Robb very well. He knew Robb can fight, hunt and ride very well and all the girls loved him. And he was telling all these things about Robb to his best friend in the same episode. How he was jealous of Robb all his life.
They could make Jon say anything to show him knowing about Robb’s death and being sad about it, but they made Jon say all the things to show that he knew Robb, to answer to Sansa’s scene with Tyrion. Something that Tyrion can’t provide her as her husband.
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The North Remembers - 2x01
Parallels from other episodes, find them on my blog: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05
This episode title: The North Remembers
Writer: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss
In this episode is the scene where Sansa Stark saving Ser Dontos Hollard from Joffrey by softly manipulating him. Joffrey meant to kill him by forcing him a barrel of wine.
Then Sansa accidentally blurted out “you can’t” when Joffrey was about to kill him.
Oh no, that caused her to be in trouble with Joffrey. Thankfully she quickly think to say that she only meant that it’s bad luck to kill a man on his name day. Joffrey scolded Sansa saying that it’s a stupid peasant superstition. But The Hound said that “the girl is right” and therefore makes Joffrey accept her comment, saving both Sansa and Ser Dontos.
What is happening with Jon in this episode? He and the Night’s Watch came to Craster’s Keep. Lord Commander Mormont was trying to negotiate with Craster. They brought wine.
Jon blurted out “we’re not southerners” when hearing Craster called them southerners.
Oh no, that caused him to be in a trouble. Craster scolded him and Lord Commander Mormont has to save him, saying to Craster “the lad meant no harm”.
Then Craster asked for more wine in exchange of information about Mance Rayder.
Hmm a barrel of wine for good old Craster.
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Kissed by Fire - 3x05
Other Jonsa parallels: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05 (find them on my blog)
This episode title: Kissed by Fire
Writer: Bryan Cogman
I think the Jonsa fandom can probably agree on one thing which is Sansa is going to have to protect Jon after the parentage reveal. The parallel in this episode provides the foreshadowing for it. Here we have Ygritte protecting Jon from her fellow wildlings and after they argue about it, you know what happens? The cave scene. So will Sansa’s protection to Jon will be followed by a consummation? We’ll have to wait and see, but for the meantime, here is the parallel that was promised.
1. Kissed by Fire
Jon and Ygritte having some talk after they had sex and Jon was asking about her past partners. Ygritte mentioned a boy that has the same hair as she is.
Meanwhile in Sansa’s scene Littlefinger commented on her hair saying that “it’s different”, because she wears it like Margaery now. He knows Sansa was planned to be married to Ser Loras Tyrell and he is probing her.
No, Lord Baelish, her hair is not different, it’s the same. Her hair is like Ygritte, kissed by fire and it means they are lucky. You said it yourself when your spy informed you that Ser Loras was going to be married. Didn’t you asked him “who’s the lucky girl?” and it’s Sansa.
Then Ygritte told Jon that she wants to stay in that cave.
Meanwhile Sansa is telling Littlefinger to put off the plan of taking her away from King’s Landing, because Margaery planned to marry her to Ser Loras, to which Littlefinger answered that she can stay if she want.
Littlefinger may as well answering to Ygritte in this scene.
Ygritte protected Jon from Tormund and Orell who didn’t believe his information about the Night’s Watch.
To which Baelish answered her with
Sorry just kidding, Baelish was answering Sansa when she asked him to wait because she was afraid that it would be dangerous for him to take her away from King’s Landing.
Sansa was not being genuine with her concern because really she was just waiting to marry Loras. While Jon being protected by Ygritte when he was really still a crow. I can’t remember whether at that time we as the audience were aware that Jon was really still loyal to the Night’s Watch or not (or perhaps the audience can have different interpretation about Jon’s loyalty at that time). Because this parallel can be another clue for political!Jon with D*enerys. We have Sansa/Littlefinger and Jon/Ygritte in season 3 in which at the end of the season it was revealed that Jon was still loyal to the Night’s Watch. Then we have Sansa/Littlefinger and Jon/D*ny in season 7 in which at the end of the season it was revealed that Sansa was playing Littlefinger and executed him. Does that mean that Jon was also not being genuine with D*ny like Sansa was with Littlefinger in season 3?
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The Pointy End - 1x08
Parallels from other episodes: 1x04 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05
This episode title: The Pointy End
Writer: George R.R. Martin
I think this has been posted by someone else before, but I’ll still write it here just to complete the list of parallels.
1. Jon and Sansa was told that their father has committed treason
2. Jon read the letter informing the news while Sansa was forced to write the letter to inform Robb and Catelyn.
3. Jon was called “traitor’s bastard” while Sansa was called “daughter of a traitor”.
4. Jon was told not to do anything stupid, while Sansa promised that she won’t hatch anything.
And what did Jon ended up doing? Oh right, something stupid that earn him scolding from Lord Commander Mormont.
What would Sansa ends up hatching? By the way this is what Jon said when told not to do anything stupid.
So Jon is going to get his sisters in King’s Landing and Sansa will end hatching...what?
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First of His Name - 4x05
Parallels from other episodes: 1x04, 1x08 | 2x01, 2x06/2x07 | 3x01, 3x05, 3x07 | 4x01, 4x07 | 5x01, 5x02, 5x03, 5x04, 5x05 (whoever said Jonsa has no parallel is blind)
Title of this episode: First of His Name
Writer: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss
In this episode Jon and Bran’s storyline meet at Craster’s Keep. Bran, Meera, Jojen and Hodor was captured by the mutineers lead by Karl who is staying at Craster’s Keep. Jon was coming with the Night’s Watch to attack the mutineers. In Jon’s group there’s Locke, whose real mission is to capture and kill Bran.
In a way, the parallel in this episode is closer between Sansa and Bran and it might be a bit of a reach, but who cares, right? The most fun part is when I reach the conclusion that Bran is going to be an uncle. But after that there is some hints for Sansa to married a certain brother turns cousin. After that last horrifying prediction I made about Sansa, I think I need to post something nice.
First, Petyr’s comment to Sansa’s hair. He asked her to pull up her hood.
Then Karl’s comment to Meera’s hair.
Karl also commented on Meera being a highborn girl from a castle.
To which, Petyr explained
Then we have Locke, whose during the attack, went straight to the hut where he knows Bran was kept.
Meanwhile, Lysa was pressuring Sansa, because she was jealous with the relationship between Sansa and her husband. She told Sansa about Catelyn liking sweet treats while treating Sansa with her favorite lemon cakes.
Uncle Brandon. Your Uncle Brandon. Like Locke went straight to get another Brandon Stark? Will that Brandon Stark becomes an uncle too?
The title of this episode is First of His Name which refers to the ascension of King Tommen. But Bran the Builder found House Stark, which makes him the First of His Name for House Stark. So should we be paying attention to the two Brandon Stark brought up in this episode?
Anyway, that was fun, but where is Jon?
I’ll add this one parallel that finally brings Sansa to Jon.
Jon was asking Craster’s wives to go with them to Castle Black, but they refuse.
Note this: brother crows
Robin Arryn. Her cousin Robin.
From brother to cousin.
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