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Game of Thrones Episode Teaser: Who Killed the King?

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So... now what?!?

Following the shocking events on Game of Thrones Season 4 Episode 2, King's Landing will be in chaos, with Tyrion in chains for the alleged murder of Joffrey and Olenna Tyrell telling her granddaugher why this death will benefit her in the long run.

Elsewhere: Tywin will offer to work for the common good with a presumed enemy, Sam will take stock of Castle Black and Daenerys will make a critical decision outside the walls of Meereen.

Watch the official teaser now for Game of Thrones Season 4 Episode 3, "Breaker of Chains."

Who do you think killed King Joffrey?


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Cersei. I don't necessarily think she meant to poison HIM though. I think she was trying to poison Margaery. She sent away Pycelle before the poisoning happened and it stands to reason that she could have done this because Pycelle could have saved her target (I say target because again I don't think it was Joffrey). George R Martin said whoever poisoned Joffrey didn't mean to have it be known they poisoned him, they weren't trying to make a point, they thought that it would just come off as choking. So if whoever did the poisoning just wanted to have it come off as choking to death they obviously wouldn't have put the poison in the carafe that multiple people were drinking out of, the poison would have had to be put directly into the cup. Now obviously it is possible that someone slipped the poison in after Tyrion poured it but when Tyrion grabbed the cup it seemed further over than Joffrey had been sitting, more in front of where Margaery was sitting. When Cersei's plan went wrong she may have seen an opportunity to use her loss to her advantage and blame Tyrion.