Tyrion Lannister has serious brains
Or HAD, maybe? The black sheep of the Lannister family was one of the smartest characters in Game Of Thrones. In a dangerous world brimming with cloak-and-dagger, Machiavellian plots, intrigue, and ruses, Tyrion ‘s gambits ‘ ‘in the previous seasons ‘ used to rise above the rest. But when Daenarys ‘ Hand went head-to-head with his equally-scheming sister Cersei, and addressed her high atop the walls of King ‘s Landing, Missandei just straight up died. Bad. She died real real bad.
So this time, Tyrion wants a mulligan, and we ‘re going to give it to him.
Behold as Tyrion negotiates, wheedles, pleads, chastises, and uses every mental backflip he can muster in what is ultimately a doomed attempt to fight the ever-loving idiocy of a potty-mouthed French soldier in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Credited as “French Taunter ‘ (John Cleese), this soldier seems to have the perfect comeback to every one of Tyrion ‘s verbal jousts, and, ultimately, the overwhelming power of farm animals rules the day.