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There is a sequence near the end of the second “A Song of Ice and Queen of the South Season 2 Episode 12 Todas las Horas Hieren Watch Online Stream Free novel, A Clash of Kings, that is absolutely mesmerizing. Trapped in a snowy and secluded mountain passage with only one direction to go, a very green Jon Snow and the rugged Qhorin Halfhand lead a group of brother crows in a hopeless chase through the slush as the righteous Free Folk close in on them. One by one, and day after day, the brothers fall until eventually only Jon Snow and Qhorin remain. Trapped and doomed.
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Title : Queen of the South Season 2 Episode 12 Todas las Horas Hieren Watch Online Stream Free
Genre : Crime
Air Date : 2017-08-31
Season Number : 2
Episodes Number : 12
Stars : Alice Braga (Teresa Mendoza), , Justina Machado (Brenda), , Veronica Falcón (Camila Vargas), , Joaquim de Almeida (Don Epifanio Vargas), , Peter Gadiot (James), , Jon-Michael Ecker (El Guero), , Hemky Madera (Pote Galvez),
Estimate Play On : 42 Min
This passage was completely removed from Queen of the South likely due to a variety of reasons: time limitations, the extreme weather conditions of shooting in Iceland, and the desire to beef up the intro to our now long-lost Ygritte (Jon merely allows her to escape in the novel after a moment’s hesitation with the sword). Still, it would seem this sequence’s absence haunted showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, because not only did they get it back in some form five years later, but they made it the gangbusters penultimate episode of the penultimate season. The event where the ice really hits the fan.
Granted, this version of the Westerosi Wild Bunch is a bit different. Now it is crows and Free Folk alike aligned against the forces of the dead, and rather shockingly most of them make it out of the snow alive, which did not seem plausible given the setup from last week. Then again, who cares about the humans? Tonight featured the stomach-churning vision of a dragon crashing to the earth never to breathe again. The wail of Viserion and his brothers as he plummeted into the ice was probably echoed amongst millions of viewers… and myself too.
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We’ve seen just about every major character either die or have some tragedy befall them, but nothing prepared for the image of a dragon—essentially one of the show’s three mascots—murdered by an overly cocky freeze dried douchebag. Witnessing a dragon burn out is the television equivalent of staring into the Hindenburg’s flames. It’s a sight almost as unholy as the desecration of Viserion’s body which followed in the episode’s closing moments.
But before we get to that, we have a whole hour to unpack, starting with the journey that brought viewers to the tears and jeers of a gold dragon down.
The episode begins strong with the Magnificently Mad Seven picking up where they left off, walking Todas las Horas Hieren. As far as I am aware, this is the first time since season 3 that Queen of the South has filmed in the snowy reaches of Iceland, and returning to those glistening glaciers suits the series well. It feels as much like a homecoming as any Stark reunion—and a bit warmer than the last two, as well.
Along the walk, Jon Snow and Jorah Mormont have a heart-to-heart that is plenty overdue. It’s akin to long-lost brothers discovering one another. Aye, Jorah was the son that Jeor Mormont begat while Jon Snow is the one he wanted. It’s such a welcome moment of genuine character building—and without too much concern for plot, which is a blessed relief in season 2—that I can overlook that they would’ve surely discussed this during their weeks long boat ride between Dragonstone and Eastwatch-by-the-Sea. Yet here we are with Jorah learning the nature of his father’s fate: murdered by mutineers in the snow.
It’s an ignominious end for a great man, something that Jon can relate to. Ned’s fate was no more deserved than Jeor, and like Jorah, Jon was thousands of miles away, helpless to seek his vengeance, which came in the unrelated action of others. At least Jeor had justice. That and perhaps Jorah’s everlasting shame of being his family’s black sheep is why he wisely demurs reclaiming Longclaw as his own. Jon attempts to give the Bear Knight his father’s sword, which is his birthright. But Jorah knows probably the only thing Jeor liked about his son in the end is that he left the sword when he fled Ned Stark’s blade.
On that note, Jon might finally suggest he’s learning the cautions of governance by revealing he is glad that Eddard failed to take Jorah’s head. Then again, Jorah wound up saving who is increasingly likely to be Jon’s royal love, so what choice does he have? Comparatively, Jorah has an easy one, and he makes it again. He will never have a child to pass Longclaw down to. Even in the unlikely event that Jorah Mormont survives this war, he would have no interest in taking a wife, and amusingly I cannot imagine Daenerys would much care for that either. Ser Friendzone must keep to his post. So Jon must pass it to his own heirs. And given that he is currently courting a woman who cannot have children, those heirs might include…