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Game of Thrones Preview Clips: "Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things"

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If you have wondered just how Theon Greyjoy felt about being a squire at Winterfell, growing up alongside the Stark children, wonder no more. This very revealing clip not only give you a taste of the real Theon when he is not around Robb Stark, but also gives you a bit more insight of Tyrion Lannister's caustic wit and keen insight into "Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things."

It's a subject on which he has much to offer.

The second video shows Sansa in the Throne Room wondering about her future should she become Queen. It's good to know that despite the happiness she shows in the photo below, there is still a part of her that remains uncertain about her future.

The photos are of Sansa clapping at the tournament, having learned nothing of use to her about the Lannister's after their poor treatment of her family, and Bronn and Tyrion on horseback, no doubt on their way back to King's Landing after Tyrion's visit to the Wall.

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