‘Game of Thrones’ director, Alex Grave, tells The Hollywood Reporter the aftermath of the Purple Wedding will have a big impact on the HBO hit and teases “one of the best speeches in the series” is ahead.

WARNING: Spoilers ahead for last Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones, “The Lion and the Rose.”

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On last week’s episode of ‘Game of Thrones’, Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) was killed off and it seems that Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) will get the blame.

Graves, who managed both the Purple Wedding episode and the upcoming episode, says Sunday is the beginning of bigger things to come; telling THR ,”Episode three is in part an aftermath episode, where you settle and everything takes a turn toward the second half of the season.”

All Graves could tease us with is the episode contains “one of the best speeches in the series.”

“Joffrey’s death is a beginning. Ned Stark’s death was not an end — it was a beginning. It’s when the show began,” he said. “All the deaths are like that, and Joffrey’s is no different. Joffrey’s death affects the show through to the climax.”

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