||Nudity and brief sex acts are a frequent throughout the entire series. Scenes of topless women, bare buttocks are regular occurrences in almost every episode throughout the entire series. Male and female full frontal nudity while not as common as topless women occurs often. Examples include: implied oral sex, numerous sex scenes within brothels, sex involving multiple people, prostitutes' bare breasts, people fighting over sex, and people bathing naked.
Episode 1 Winter Is Coming: A man is shown in a brothel. Scene begins with him receiving oral sex. You cannot see anything, but it is heavily implied and you can hear a sucking noise from off screen. Camera stays focused on his face (showing pleasure) until the prostitute performing it stands up, nude. They then lie in bed together, full frontal female nudity. After they talk, a man walks into the room and delivers three more nude women into the room.
A man removes his sister's gown, and briefly lightly caresses her breasts. She is then seen naked for a short while; breasts and buttocks.
At a wedding, many men and topless women dance wildly. Two men fight each other to have sex with a woman, the winner mounts the woman like an animal publicly as people cheer.
After the wedding, a man takes his new bride to the shore and undresses her slowly; her bare breasts briefly seen but no sex is shown. She is crying and trying to cover her breasts.
A man has sex with his sister from behind, they both grunt and moan; both are clothed but we see some of her buttocks as he thrusts.
Episode 2 The Kingsroad: A man violently thrusts into a woman from behind while she cries. Both are naked and her bare breasts are visible as shes being thrusted while bent on her bed. The scene is rather prolonged and explicit.
Two women discuss how to sexually please a man. One woman climbs atop the other and demonstrates how a woman can ride a man. They are both fully clothed.
A clothed woman seduces a naked man (we see only his buttocks). She climbs on top of him and begins thrusting.
Episode 3 Lord Snow: One scene takes place in a brothel, prostitutes' bare breasts are briefly seen.
A man and a woman are shown lying in bed post coitus, only one of the woman's breasts is partially visible from the side.
Episode 4 Cripples, Bastards, & Broken Things: A man and woman sit in a bathtub, her breasts are partially visible. She climbs on top of him and they begin to have sex.
Episode 5 The Wolf and the Lion: A man thrusts into a woman from behind. She moans loudly when he climaxes in her. Her breasts are visible. He then moves from behind her and she stands up. Full frontal nudity on both the man and the woman are briefly visible. She sits down and they have a conversation while still naked.
A man unlaces another man's trousers and pulls them down, oral sex is implied.
A child of around six or seven years old sucks on his mother's breast before she moves him away. Her breast is briefly seen.
A prostitute is seen topless in a brothel.
Episode 6 A Golden Crown: A man gives a woman a coin so she will flash him, so she does, showing him her vagina. Very brief.
Topless tribal dancing in the background of a hut during a celebration.
Episode 7 You Win Or You Die: In a brothel, two female prostitutes are practicing sex acts on each other while a man instructs them on what to do, there are scenes of occasional full frontal nudity throughout the graphic sequence.
A man approaches a chained-up woman from behind and positions himself as if about to rape her, but is stopped.
A man is forced to walk naked after a horse with his hands tied to the animal. Full nudity is briefly shown.
Episode 8 The Pointy End: Briefly, a man walks out of a pond naked. Brief full nudity seen with genitals.
Episode 9 Baelor: A woman removes her gown, revealing her breasts. She climbs on top of a man and they kiss passionately. The scene is brief.
Episode 10 Fire and Blood: A man is seen naked from behind. A woman tells him to get back to the bed.
A prostitute is seen glimpsed naked while putting on her gown.
Another woman's bare breasts are also seen in a non-sexual context.
Episode 1 The North Remembers: In a whorehouse, a man is lying down and a woman is roughly riding him as she climaxes loudly. Another woman instructs her, saying she sounds ridiculous and to ride him "slowly and with passion." The two begin to do that, but they are interrupted.
A young woman is smacked around and her clothes are ripped in front of a crowd. No nudity.
Episode 2 The Night Lands: A man takes off his clothes; a woman is sitting naked on the edge of a bed. They proceed to have sex, thrusting in different positions is clearly shown. The woman is naked for the entire scene but only her breasts are visible except a very brief full nude shot.
There are a few short scenes from a whorehouse, a man is looking through a peephole. A woman is shown having sex with a man, her breasts are visible. In another scene a woman is shown performing oral sex on a man, she is almost naked however nothing is shown. Later brief nudity of the same woman is shown as she presented to another man for sex, implied traces of semen on her lips.
A man fondles a woman's breasts while on horseback, he then proceeds to rub her crotch. No nudity.
A woman takes off her gown while assisted by a man. Her breast and nipples are clearly visible. The man then lays the woman on the edge of a table to have sex with her.
Episode 3 What is Dead May Never Die: Two men kiss and grope each other on a bed, they are about to have sex but one man refuses.
A woman wearing a low-cut top dress which she unclips to revealher breasts. The woman begins to kiss a man and places her hands down his pants. She wants to have sex with him, but he refuses.
An old man is seen in bed with a woman, she is completely naked. Full frontal nudity glimpsed once.
Episode 4 Garden of Bones: Two women are seen in a bedroom, one naked and the other topless; the full nude woman is shown a few times. A young man instructs the women to touch each other, then asks one to spank the other, then forces one woman to beat the other violently with a scepter. (The violence happens off-screen.)
A pregnant woman disrobes, full frontal nudity is glimpsed. She sits down on the ground and opens her legs, then gives birth . Her breasts are visible for a little time during this scene.
Episode 5 The Ghost of Harrenhal: None.
Episode 6 The Old Gods and the New: A young woman is chased into an alleyway by a group of men who are attempting to rape her. Her clothes are ripped and her legs are forced apart, but the attackers are stopped before they can actually rape her. No nudity is seen.
A woman's dress is ripped, revealing a breast for a second.
A woman teases a man while they lay next to each other fully clothed.
A woman disrobes and it is implied she has sex with a man. Later her breasts are briefly seen again as she climbs out of bed while the men sleeps shirtless beside her.
Episode 7 A Man Without Honor: A man is seen lying on his stomach naked, his backside is briefly shown.
Episode 8 The Prince of Winterfell: A man and a woman kiss passionately, then undress each other and begin to have sex, breasts and backside are shown briefly.
Episode 9 Blackwater: We see naked women in the background of a bar scene, kissing men armed for battle. A man undresses a woman publicly and sits her in his lap. She remains nude for the whole scene (breasts seen).
Episode 10 Valar Morghulis: A prostitute shows her breasts very briefly.
Episode 1 Valar Dohaeris: A topless prostitute is seen in bed with a man, and asks him to remove her loin cloth with his teeth. They are interrupted for this proceeds.
Episode 2 Dark Wings, Dark Words: It is implied that a woman gives oral sex to a man off-screen.
Episode 3 Walk of Punishment: Several women are seen topless in passing in a brothel.
A young man is taken into a room and gifted time with three prostitutes. We glimpse two nude and a third scantily clad who contorts into provocative positions.
A man is almost raped. His pants are forced down as he begs for them to stop. We see his buttocks briefly. (He is not raped, they are stopped.)
A group of men talk about raping a woman, they beat her but she fights back. They then drag her off-screen and we hear her screams and wails in the distance. It is implied she is attacked in some way, but not raped.
Episode 4 And Now His Watch Has Ended: None
Episode 5 Kissed by Fire: A woman strips naked, breasts and buttocks are seen. She and a man kiss, and it is heavily implied that he gives her oral sex. Later they lie naked together (breasts again shown briefly). They then go skinny dipping, - only backsides are shown very briefly.
A man and a woman bathe together. Buttocks are briefly shown.
Two men kiss passionately in bed together, one of them is fully nude. Full frontal nudity is briefly shown.
Episode 6 The Climb: None.
Episode 7 The Bear and the Maiden Fair: A man and a woman are seen naked in bed, they have just made love. The man's genitals are visible for less than a second (as well as his buttocks), and the woman's breasts are seen just as briefly. She lies on her stomach throughout the remainder of the sequence as the two discuss various topics (her buttocks are seen throughout the scene).
A woman puts her hand in the pants of a man, talking about his "famous" endowment. She then undresses another woman, claiming she is shy. The nude woman then climbs atop the man, whom is shirtless, and she grinds him. The other woman undresses as well, asking if the other woman can feel his erection. Before she can answer, a man walks into the room and both nude woman stand at attention. The man who has entered the room grabs both their buttocks. (Full frontal and rear nudity)
Episode 8 Second Sons: A nude woman sits on a man's lap. She wears only a sheer silk ribbon across her breasts and crotch but enough that nothing is seen. The man grabs her crotch at one point.
A woman undresses a man, then herself. They then proceed to engage in sex. We briefly see his genitals for less than a second, although she is fully nude throughout only her breasts seen.
A woman sits in a bathtub, breasts are shown. Later she stands up showing her breasts and buttocks.
Episode 9 The Rains of Castamere: None
Episode 10 Mhysa: None.
Episode 1 Two Swords: A couple are in a brothel trying to find someone to have a three way with. Four women stand in a line. The man disrobes the first woman (dimly lit, breasts), and his partner says she is too shy. The man disrobes the second woman (brief, dim, breasts), and she approaches the woman in bed and shows how flexible she is by holding her leg over her head (rear shot). The woman approves, and the two women kiss in bed. The man tells another man to not leave the room and to take off his clothes. The man grabs the other man's crotch.
Episode 2 The Lion and the Rose: None.
Episode 3 Breaker of Chains: A man rips a woman's dress and forces himself upon her, thrusting and a brief struggle is seen. No nudity.
Women's breasts are seen in a couple shots during one scene, but only very briefly in the background.
In a brothel, one woman is seen going down on another while beside them two men (one naked, the other clothed) are kissing. In the background two nude woman are seen making out. The scene is somewhat lengthy, given a conversation (about sexual preferences) takes place, nothing beyond the actions is seen.
A man's penis (prosthetic) is shown as he urinates.
Episode 4 Oathkeeper: A group of women are sexually assaulted by a group of men, breasts and thrusting shown. This takes place as another man delivers a monologue.
Episode 5 First of His Name: None, although a woman is heard screaming during implied sex off-screen.
Episode 6 The Laws of Gods and Men: Women's breasts are seen throughout a scene inside a bathhouse, some distant nudity is also briefly shown.
A woman has sex with a man. She thrusts on top of him, her breasts are shown. We hear her climaxing loudly.
Episode 7 Mockingbird: A woman tells a man to take off his clothes and he strips, rear nudity only. She stares at him for a couple seconds, smiles; it is implied that they have further sex off-screen.
A woman sits in a bathtub (breasts) and talks to another woman. She later stands up out the tub and brief side and rear nudity is seen.
Episode 8 The Mountain and the Viper: A man watches a group of nude women wash and focuses on one of them. We see her breasts and buttocks in close-up.
In the background of a bar scene, one woman is shown topless.
Episode 9 The Watchers on the Wall: NO sex/nudity
Episode 10 The Children: A man and a woman are starting to have intercourse, no nudity is shown.
Episode 1 The Wars to Come: A man goes to a brothel, on his way, several topless prostitutes are seen. He and a woman enter a room together. He is shirtless, and briefly the woman is shown fully nude.
Two men kiss passionately and wrestle on a bed, naked. Shadows obscure their genitals, but their buttocks can be clearly seen.
A woman is seen covering here breasts with her hands, cleavage is shown as as man in the room with her stands nude, his genitals are hidden by furniture except occasionally his buttocks are visible.
Episode 2 The House of Black and White: None
Episode 3 High Sparrow: A woman and a younger man are shown in bed after their wedding night (no nudity or sexual activity shown).
Seven prostitutes are seen circling around a man in the whore house. Two girls approach the man in the middle and there is full frontal nudity. They are interrupted when a group of men come and drag the man outside naked in public, his buttocks are visible a few times.
A prostitute is shown wearing a bottomless dress, her bare buttocks are shown a few times.
Episode 4 Sons of the Harpy: A raid of the whore house takes place in the episode, scantily clad and occasional topless women are seen running away. A male prostitute and his client are seen begging for mercy, full-frontal male nudity can be seen briefly.
A woman unveils her breasts to a man and she makes the man touch her breast. She then proceeds to remove the man's shirt, but he stops her from continuing.
Episode 5 Kill the Boy: There is a scene in which a man and woman discuss the man's impending marriage to another woman, the entire scene both are nude (genitals are obscured throughout, her breasts are seen a few times and abdomen dimly and from a distance). Toward the end of the scene the couple kisses and he turns her around, taking her from behind.
Episode 6 Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken: A woman is forced, on her wedding night, to consummate the marriage in front of another person. Her cries are heard going into the closing credits.
Episode 7 The Gift: A woman disrobes, breasts are shown. A woman is shown on top of a man and she starts moving. We see them having sex, but no nudity is shown. A man and a woman are shown in a bed, naked. We can very briefly see the breasts of the woman.
Episode 8 Hardhome : None.
Episode 9 The Dance Of Dragons: None.
Episode 10 Mother's Mercy: A woman is seen naked when she is being scrubbed by other women. This is in the darkly lit, later on, she if forced to walk naked through crowded city slums. A few people in the crowd flash and taunt her with sexual insults. Full-frontal female and male nudity (non sexual - intended as humiliation).
Episode 1 The Red Woman: At the end of the episode, a middle aged woman slowly takes off her robe. Only her breasts are seen until she suddenly turns into a very old woman, and brief full frontal nudity is shown as she gets into bed to sleep. This is only nudity, no sexual activity occurs.
A naked man is shown from the side and briefly from the back.
A naked man rises from a table and his buttocks are shown various times in the same scene. Everything is visible except his genitals. A woman is forced to undress. Her sidebreast is shown.
A man a a woman are shown having sex in an ally at night. No nudity. A woman seduces a man and she starts masturbating him. No nudity. Spoilers: In the final scene, a woman emerges naked (only partially naked shown) from the flames. Her body is shown from the front and back.
During a play, a man rips the dress of a woman and we see her breasts. Afterwards, in the dressing room we see the woman again topless as she changes and also an extremely graphic close up of shaved male genitalia i.e penis and scrotum being inspected for genital warts.
A naked prostitute is shown fully from the back as she lays on her side on a bed. Afterwards, she gets up a leaves the room.
||Characters can die from many ways (beheadings, neck slashing, burns, melted gold spilled on a man's head, stab wounds, minor gashes, rape, massacres, face smashing, etc). Even major characters that you won't suspect of dying has a big chance of getting killed. George R. R. Martin intended for this, he has stated that he wanted his book series to be realistic and unsuspecting. The violence in this series is brutal, realistic and sometimes gory. But, it is usually over quickly and is not lingered on for too long. Violence is still a strong presence on the show, however.
A main criticism of the show are the rape scenes that seem "tacked on", and are not in the books that this show is based on.
Beheadings are shown (head falling into basket / rolling away).
Jousting has been present in the show, with bloody results.
Battle scenes are normally bloody.
A numerous amount of soldiers get graphically stabbed by swords and spears, with blood spewing from throats and other body parts.
There are numerous grisly and gory images that will be upsetting to some viewers.
Some disturbing scenes of torture. (Especially in Season 3 and 4)
In one episode a horse is decapitated and another horse has its throat slit for a ritual, which may be especially upsetting for animal lovers.
There is some violence against frail, young women and children, which might be one of the most upsetting aspects of the show. In one episode, a knight starts beating a helpless young girl at the order of the king. In another episode a helpless young boy gets his throat impaled.
Episode 1.01 Winter is Coming Many decapitated bodies and limbs are seen arranged is a pattern. A man is beheaded with his head being held in one hand and the body falling to the ground. The head is tossed to another person with blood dripping out of the neck. A deer is seen with its stomach cut open and its guts spilling out. A small boy is pushed out of a window of a tall tower and is seen falling down.
Episode 1.02 The Kingsroad An assassin attempts to kill a little boy, but is seen by a woman and they brawl. The man is killed by a wolf ripping his throat out.
Episode 1.06 A Golden Crown, a man has melted gold poured over him. He screams and gags in pain. His corpse later falls to the ground. Quick but really graphic scene.
Episode 1.09 Baelor, a man is beheaded for a false accusation of treason. The actual execution isn't seen, but in the beginning of the next episode Fire and Blood, it shows the sword that beheaded the man and it is covered in blood. Then you see the man's head, while his body is dragged off the execution site. Afterwards, the man's daughter is forced to witness her father's (the man who was executed) head on a spike outside the castle, she is crying and is in great emotional pain. She is then struck by a guard twice.
Episode 2.01 The North Remembers, by the order of King Joffrey (son of King Robert), all the bastard children from King Robert are murdered by soldiers. A young prostitute's crying baby is grabbed from her arms and stabbed (it pans to the woman's face and the sound of stabbing is heard). The woman is in tears and is screaming. Another bastard boy of about the age of 5 is drowned. Babies are seen being grabbed and dragged by soldiers.
Episode 2.04 Garden of Bones, several scenes of disturbing violence, such as a man being tortured by having a rat forcefully claw into his stomach, a leg being amputated, and a prostitute being forced to beat another at the order of King Joffrey. None of the violence is graphically detailed, but it is psychologically disturbing.
Episode 2.06 The Old Gods and the New a citizen throws a cow pie at the king and the king orders his soldiers to kill everyone who was in the city square. In one part of the scene, citizens rip a priest's arm off and tosses it into a crowd. This scene shows a plethora of blood, soldiers killing citizens, an attempt to rape an innocent teenage girl, etc.
Episode 2.09 Blackwater features a very intense, violent battle scene in which many men are killed. This scene includes a man's head exploding, a man being hacked apart on screen, a man being partially beheaded with blood spurting out of the top of his head, men set on fire, and a man's leg chopped off, among other things.
Season Three features several long scenes of a character being tortured mentally and physically by a sadist.
Episode 3.01 Valar Dohaeris A soldier is seen decapitated in the snow with his head in his hands, and there is a pool of frozen blood beneath him (about five to seven seconds).
Robb and company come across a town of slaughtered soldiers, dead bodies are everywhere, lots of blood.
A slave owner casually cuts off the nipple of one of his slaves soldiers(whom doesn't react at all) to prove they do not feel pain. Blood is seen running out of the wound and down armor.
Episode 3.03 Walk of Punishment Multiple soldiers are shot with arrows, minimal blood is shown.
A man gets his hand chopped off, blood is shown gushing out, and the episode ends with his screams.
Episode 3.06 The Climb a young man is holding a crossbow. Then it pans to a dead prostitute. Her hands are tied up and is hanging from the roof with arrows shot into her body.
Episode 3.09 The Rains of Castamere features a massacre. One victim is a pregnant woman, she is stabbed repeatedly in the stomach. A man is shot with arrows in front of his mother. He is stabbed in the heart, and she has her throat slashed. Also, the man's wolf is shot by arrows, which will upset animal lovers.
Episode 3.10 Mhysa opens on the aftermath of the previous episode's events and the decapitated body of the man has his wolf's head sewn to the torso. The corpse is being paraded around mocking him.
Episode 4.02 The Lion and the Rose a young man violently chokes on poison and collapses in front of his wedding feast. His face then turns a deep pale blue as blood and liquid ooze out from his nostrils and eyes. This scene can be uncomfortable to watch for some viewers as it is very confronting and detailed.
Episode 4.08 The Mountain and the Viper, two men are fighting during a trial by combat. In the end, the seemingly-wounded fighter trips the winning fighter, punches his teeth in and gouges his eyes and we see a large amount of blood coming out from his eyes as he is screaming in pain. He then gets his head crushed and there is a mess of gore and blood.
Episode 4.09 The Watchers on The Wall, There is a long and intense battle scene, taking up about 40 of the episode's 50-minutes length, with lots of fighting and violence, including a man getting shot through the throat by an arrow and choking on his own blood, a man getting smashed over the head with a hammer that gets lodged in his skull and more. Several characters, some of which have been in the series since the beginning, get killed in this episode.
Episode 4.10 The Children, There is a lengthy and intense fight scene between a woman and a man; they punch and strangle each other, wrestle, kick each other in the groin, the man gets his ear bitten off and repeatedly hit in the face with a rock. The man falls off a cliff, and is later seen lying on the ground severely injured, covered in blood and with a large wound on his leg.
Episode 5.01 The Wars to Come, this episode features some gore as seen in a scene of a man who starts bleeding from a wound around his throat.
A man is tied to a post and is being burnt alive, he is clearly in pain and is about to scream but another man shoots him in the chest with an arrow in order to free him from his agony.
Episode 5.03 High Sparrow, A man walks along the courtyard to find piles of bodies, a female body can be seen hung with the flesh ripped off.
A man is beheaded and the displaced neck can be seen for a brief moment.
Episode 5.04 Sons of the Harpy, The final scene depicts several villains slitting innocent people's throats, with some bloody detail, which is followed by them being fought off by heroic characters, with blood spray and occasional sight of decapitation. One major character is killed and another is injured, which may upset some people.
Episode 5.05 Kill the Boy 3 men are burnt and eaten up by dragons. In a later scene, 2 men on a rowboat are attacked by men infected by a disease that turns them into stone.
Episode 5.06 Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken A fight between 2 men and 3 women takes place. No one is killed or hurt at the end.
Episode 5.08 Hardhome There is a massacre near the middle to the end of the episode,. People are stabbed, some blood splatter.
Episode 5.09 The Dance Of Dragons: An army suffers a stealth attack, many soldiers killed while sleeping (flaming tents, screams, not much human suffering shown but a horse on fire seen running around in panic).
In some "games" gladiator style fighting. The audience is infiltrated by killers and attacked. A dragon lands and protects it's owner, the queen - the dragon burns many attackers with it's flame breath as it itself suffers attack from spear throwers.
Without giving names (to avoid the spoiler) a father allows his young daughter to be burned, tied to a stake, as a sacrifice. (Also in Frightening/Intense)
Episode 5.10 Mother's Mercy:
A woman is seen hanging from a tree by her neck.
An army goes to war with another army. Many men are seen to be dead and decapitated.
A pedophile whips little girls with a stick. He is stabbed repeatedly by a young girl. His eyes are removed and the empty eye sockets seen throughout most of the scene, he cannot scream due to a rag she shoved down his throat, after about a minute she cuts his throat slowly; blood is seen spraying out of the neck wound as he dies.
A woman is pushed down a balcony, she screams and hits the rocks with a thud. Some blood sprays across the rocks when she lands.
Jon Snow is repeatedly stabbed by his comrades. He is left dead on the ground, blood spreads out around his corpse.
||Strong language throughout almost every episode, used in both the derogatory and literal senses.
The strongest word used is "c*nt", which is generally used once every two episodes or so, but there are some occasions where it is said more than once, such as 208 "The Prince of Winterfell" which has six uses, 404 "Oathkeeper" with five, and 510 "Mother's Mercy" with multiple shouted uses in one scene.
F*ck, c*ck, c*nt, p*ssy, sh*t, wh*re are very common
Bastard is used extremely commonly however always in the literal term (illegitimate child). It is a term of shame and is sometimes used to insult people.
||Wine is consumed in almost every episode, particularly during feasts and gatherings. It is implied that some characters drink for the sole purpose to get drunk. It is quite a big feature of the show and often influences character behavior.
"Milk of the Poppy" used as a painkiller.
||Well liked major and minor characters are sometimes unexpectedly (and sometimes brutally) killed. A lot of fights and brawls occur throughout the course of the show.
In the very first episode, a young boy climbs a tower and high up in the tower, he witnesses a man thrusting into his sister in the behind. The sister sees the boy watching with fear and confusion. The man grabs the boy, talks to him for a little bit, then pushes the boy out the window, hoping the fall will kill him. The boy survives, but is left paralyzed.
The show includes more than a few instances of sexual violence predominately (but not always)towards women - one major male character is gelded, another major character already a eunuch describes how he became that way when very young (shortly before taking revenge upon his aggressor whom he had spent years searching for.)
There are occasional scenes showing "white walkers", man-like monsters that live in the ice and seemingly have bodies made of the same, intense blue eyes, grimacing faces and scrawny bodies that might scare younger viewers
In Season 1 Episode 1 there is a scene at the beginning, where a character wanders of into the forest away from his companions, and finds decapitated humans arranged in a pattern. He and his companions are later attacked by a human-like creature with a sword. Quite a mysterious and confronting scene.
There is a scene in season two, episode "Garden of Bones", where a woman gives birth to a dark, shadowy creature. The scene takes place inside a dark cage, and later the creature kills King Renly
Many viewers will find season three very disturbing in the fact that a major character from season two is tortured by a psychopath. Afterwards the nature and identity of the character being tortured is forcefully changed from psychological torture, and is enslaved by the torturer.
Worthy of its own note is the episode "The Rains of Castamere", (commonly referred to as "The Red Wedding"); in what starts as a happy wedding with all parties seemingly fully at peace three major almost universally well liked characters (by other characters and audience alike) are unexpectedly violently murdered during the after wedding banquet - the killing scene is long and detailed.
The second episode of the fourth season "The Lion and The Rose" features the death of King Joffrey; he is poisoned during [yet another] wedding feast. Again the death scene is long and detailed (coughing up blood as his face turns pale blue, bloody liquid oozes from his nose and eyes). Although though long loathed by so many (again characters and audience alike) that in this case this death was to a large extent long expected, the length and detail of the death scene may likely still disturb some viewers.
The episode "Breaker of Chains" has attracted much criticism for the inferred act of a man raping his sister next to their dead son's body. (No sex/nudity was shown.)
The episode "Oathkeeper" contains a scene where white walkers take a baby to a ceremonial area where a one of the white walkers touches the baby turning it's eyes bright blue - seemingly making it into another white walker; the episode ends with heart wrenching sounds of a baby crying during the closing credits.
In Season 5 "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken" a very intense rape scene takes place where a teenage girl is raped in front of her friend. An extremely intense scene, meaning to create hate for particular characters.
In "The Dance Of Dragons", a little girl is burned at the stake. We don't see her burn on screen, but we do hear her agonizing screams and terrified pleas for help.
In "Mother's Mercy" Little girls are whipped by a man with a stick. Their agonized screams are heard as they collapse on the floor. The man is later killed in a slow and tortuous way.
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