It’s just not safe to get married in Westeros these days.
Ever since he ordered the beheading of the heroic Ned Stark in the first season of “Game of Thrones,” viewers have been patiently waiting for the insufferable boy-king Joffrey to die. (Preferably in as painful a manner as possible.)
Sunday night, they got their wish. Episode two of Season 4,“The Lion and the Rose,” written by George R.R. Martin himself (hallowed be his name), ends with the despicable teenage tyrant’s poisoned face turning blue as blood drips from his mouth. (Cue the Hallelujah Chorus!)
But who has done the deed? Was it the Tyrells? (They have the motive.) The Martells? (They, um, also have...