The Mother of Dragons solidified her position on the final episode of season three. So why didn't it feel more epic?
After a season of epic betrayals, devastating deaths and hot Wildling sex, the June 9 season finale of Game Of Thrones was actually kind of underwhelming. (Wouldn't last week's "Red Wedding" massacre have been a more compelling season-ender?) That said, this week's events set the stage for a very different Westeros next summer -- one that now has its very own "mother."