Ward receives an offer with strings attached. Davos advocates for an extreme solution and a deadly duel gets personal.
Did You Know?
At the start of the episode a nurse says to Ward, "As it says in the Bible, 'This too shall pass.'" This phrase does not appear in the Bible. Rather, it is of fabled origin (some suspect Persian or Jewish folklore). This specific phrasing first appeared in the late 1800s, in a collection of tales by Edward Fitzgerald. See more
While he's strapped down, Nurse Hill says to Ward, "It's like it says in the Bible, 'This, too, shall pass." That phrase is not in the Bible and is often incorrectly attributed to it. See more