Season 5, Episode 10
|Airdate||June 14th, 2015|
|Writer||David Benioff; D.B. Weiss|
|Producer||David Benioff; Oliver Butler; Guymon Casady; Bernadette Caulfield; Bryan Cogman; Melissa Demino; Frank Doelger; Alan Freir; Vince Gerardis; George R.R. Martin; Lisa McAtackney; Chris Newman; Greg Spence; Carolyn Strauss; D.B. Weiss; Annick Wolkan|
|Starring||Peter Dinklage; Nikolaj Coster-Waldau; Lena Headey; Emilia Clarke; Kit Harington; Stephen Dillane; Liam Cunningham; Carice van Houten; Indira Varma; Maisie Williams; Sophie Turner; John Bradley; Hannah Murray; Nathalie Emmanuel; Michiel Huisman; Conleth Hill; Jerome Flynn; Alfie Allen; Iwan Rheon; Gwendoline Christie; Tom Wlaschiha; Iain Glen|
|Previous||"The Dance of Dragons"|
|Next||"The Red Woman"|
"Mother's Mercy" is the tenth episode of season five of the fantasy drama series Game of Thrones and the fiftieth episode of the series overall. It was directed by David Nutter with a script written by series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. It first aired on HBO on Sunday, June 14th, 2015.
Principal Cast Edit
|Peter Dinklage||Tyrion Lannister|
|Nikolaj Coster-Waldau||Jaime Lannister|
|Lena Headey||Cersei Lannister|
|Emilia Clarke||Daenerys Targaryen|
|Kit Harington||Jon Snow|
|Stephen Dillane||Stannis Baratheon|
|Liam Cunningham||Davos Seaworth|
|Carice van Houten||Melisandre|
|Indira Varma||Ellaria Sand|
|Maisie Williams||Arya Stark|
|Sophie Turner||Sansa Stark|
|John Bradley||Samwell Tarly|
|Michiel Huisman||Daario Naharis|
|Conleth Hill||Lord Varys|
|Alfie Allen||Theon Greyjoy|
|Iwan Rheon||Ramsay Bolton|
|Gwendoline Christie||Brienne of Tarth|
|Tom Wlaschiha||Jaqen H'ghar|
|Iain Glen||Jorah Mormont|
Guest Stars Edit
|Jonathan Pryce||High Sparrow|
|Owen Teale||Alliser Thorne|
|Tara Fitzgerald||Selyse Baratheon|
|Ian Beattie||Meryn Trant|
|Julian Glover||Grand Maester Pycelle|
|Alexander Siddig||Doran Martell|
|Jacob Anderson||Grey Worm|
|Daniel Portman||Podrick Payne|
|Ben Crompton||Eddison Tollett|
|DeObia Oparei||Areo Hotah|
|Keisha Castle-Hughes||Obara Sand|
|Rosabell Laurenti Sellers||Tyene Sand|
|Jessica Henwick||Nymeria Sand|
|Ian Gelder||Kevan Lannister|
|Nell Tiger Free||Myrcella Baratheon|
|Toby Sebastian||Trystane Martell|
|Hannah Waddingham||Septa Unella|
|Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson||Gregor Clegane|
|Brian Fortune||Othell Yarwyck|
|Michael Condron||Bowen Marsh|
|Nigel O'Neill||Baratheon General|
|Maggie Hayes||Septa #1|
|Mary Jordan||Septa #2|
|Ella Tweed||Child Braavosi prostitute|
|Isabelle Jones||Child Braavosi prostitute|
|David Fennelly||Young Baratheon soldier|
|Jason McLaughlin||Young Baratheon soldier|
|Ralph R. Clemente||Woodcutter|
|Anthony John Crocker||King's Landing drunkard|
|Kirsty Nicholls||King's Landing whore|
|Munro Graham||King's Landing nudist|
|Rebecca Van Cleave||Naked Cersei|
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The following characters died in this episode.
- Meryn Trant - Blinded and then had his throat slit by Arya Stark.
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