Game of Thrones season three ended just five days ago and we’ve spent the entire time since missing, thinking about, and analyzing it. And is there a better way of looking back than in graph and chart form? Nope! So that’s exactly what we did. We broke down the Unsullied’s signs of loyalty, the meaning of Westeros wedding colors, what Davos and Melisandre symbolize in relation to Stannis, and more. So take a walk down GoT memory lane, stop at a bar (graph), and eat some pie (charts).
As it turns out, the people of S.H.I.E.L.D. weren’t the only ones after the Pandorica. After being confronted by Tony, Fury reveals to the Avengers that a terrorist organization lead by a man called J. Sauler are also after the Pandorica, except their intentions are much less noble. He also declares that they must find it before it can fall on the wrong hands, and do whatever it takes to keep its contents from breaking out – even if it means destroying it completely.
Meanwhile, Clara’s still at lost. She tries talking to the Avengers, saying that maybe the legends are wrong, that there is no evil inside the Pandorica, that maybe they shouldn’t worry so much. Unfortunately, everyone seems convinced that Thor’s stories are telling the truth – they are thousands of years old, after all, so she couldn’t really blame them – and the plan of either stealing or destroying the Pandorica is still up.
But Clara refuses to give up. The Doctor wouldn’t give up on her, so she won’t give up on him either.