Game of Thrones
Daario Naharis (Michiel Huisman) and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke). HBO/Sky Atlantic

HBO's fantasy drama has premiered on Sunday night amidst much fanfare and two major characters literally sole the show with their hotness quotient.

Fans finally got a good look at Prince Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal) who made a staggering debut at the royal wedding at the King's Landing. Prince Oberyn is obviously here for vengeance against the Lannisters and The Mountain for the death of his sister Elia and her two children.

Same goes with the Daario Nahari (Michael Huisman) who is busy training wild dragons and annoying his love interest Daeneyrs (Emilia Clarke). In the premier episode 'Two Swords,' they both were seen discussing strategies to enter the slave city Meereen.

Tonight's premier loosely connects the threads from the bloody Red Wedding of Season 3 to the beginning of Season 4.

Bruised and mentally broken Arya wishes to own a horse for her revenge against the Lannisters and is in search for the right opportunity.

Meanwhile, Tywin Lannister forges the Stark family's ancestral sword, Ice, into two new swords and gifts one to his son Jaime and asks him to take over the Casterly Rock.

The King's Landing has a surprise guest at the royal wedding while Sansa Stark is still in grief after the death of her brother and mother. Meanwhile, Shae makes an unsuccessful attempt to seduce Tyrion.

So what happens in the second episoe of HBO's popular fantasy drama 'Game Of Thrones'? Here are some juicy spoilers for 'The Lion and the Rose'.

HBO's official synopsis of the George R. R. Martin novel adaptation reads,

"A who's who of honoured guests turns out for Joffrey and Margaery's wedding in King's Landing, but the king's taste in entertainment rubs many of them the wrong way. Meanwhile, Bronn gives a lesson to an unlikely pupil; Bran's vision helps map out his journey; Stannis loses patience with Davos; and Ramsay takes a perverse delight in his new pet."

The episode can be more about the upcoming nuptial between Joffrey Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell in an opulent royal wedding with a high dose of sex and kill.

In 'The Lion and the Rose,' Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) and Margaery (Natalie Dormer) will host a royal breakfast.The episode will also give an in-depth idea about Bran's journey to the north of the Wall.

After the marriage, Margaery will dethrone Joffrey's mother Cersei Lannister and will become the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms. The wedding will have an unusually long scene of about 26 minutes of the 52 minute second episode, entertainment website reported.

"The long scene you mention struck as a rare opportunity, for us it's fun to see characters who normally occupy separate storylines collide like charged particles in an accelerator. What if Cersei met Brienne? What if Loras bumped into Jaime?" show producer David Benioff and D.B. Weiss told Netflix.

Check the preview of Games of Thrones Season 4 episode 2 'The Lion and the Rose'.

For more updates and scoops on The Games of Thrones Season 4 episodes, keep watching this space. The episode 2 'The Lion and the Rose,' which is directed by Alex Graves and written by George R.R. Martin, will air on Sunday night, 13 April on HBO. Stay tuned!