Game of Thrones season 4: Script from controversial Jaime, Cersei scene


During episode three of the fourth season of “Game of Thrones,” there was a very controversial scene that took place as Jaime and Cersei made love next to the dead body of King Joffrey. The scene attracted plenty of attention and generated some good discussion, but it was originally supposed to play out differently.

Here is how the scene played out during the episode, “Breaker of Chains.”

Now, the original script has surfaced from the scene and as you can see below it was much different and more detailed.


The hosts of our very own “Game of Thrones” recap show, “Winter is Coming Live,” discussed the scene and shared their thoughts about how it all went down.

You can watch the discussion below:

Game of Thrones: Did Jaime rape Cersei? by Winter Is Coming

What are your thoughts on the controversial scene? Sound off in the comments section.

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  • Ralph Tufano

    Too long winded just for the sake of explaining cersei and jaimes psyche. The language of the dialogue seems off also, like I’ve never heard anyone speak in that complex manner on game of thrones, especially cersei. I’m glad they didn’t include the rest. The way they are speaking doesn’t fit the character and its just unnecessarily long.

    • cole

      oh my god…… if you couldn’t tell by the end the script was fake *cringing at your lack of ability to sense sarcasm*

      • Ralph Tufano

        I was at work and skimmed. Pretty stupid and pointless article altogether then don’t you think. I thought it was fake


    Haha, this is hilarious. While it certainly struck me as more of a rape than otherwise, the most vocal critics of the scene sure aren’t interested in taking it in its fullest context. While it’s an understandably raw nerve to step on, it is a bit surreal that this scene is the straw that broke the camel’s back for some.

  • rashmiviswanath

    This is from reddit. Not original writing.