First up, for those of you that have not read the books, this will be non-stop spoilers. Imagine if someone told you all about the Red Wedding several months before you saw it on TV? Do you really want to read this? For those that have read the books, then I'm sure that this will act simply as a reminder as to how great that season four is going to be. This is the season of payoffs, betrayal and death. Season four could be essentially called the season where certain members of the Lannisters finally get their comeuppance but of course, without such easy-to-hate characters in the series it'll hopefully still be fine. After all, we'll still have the Boltons and the Freys and a bunch of other characters that are yet to be introduced. We know that the season will cover the second half of A Storm of Swords, as well as some elements of the following book, A Feast for Crows, which we can tell by certain castings such as Mark Gattiss as Tycho Nestoris. It certainly seems like that the character will be used to replace other representatives of the Iron Bank of Braavos this will be a handy introduction as Braavos is going to become more important as the seasons go on. Unlike the books, the television seasons are progressing in "real time" whereas the books jump back and forth a little due to the different viewpoints. So without further delay, here is my list of the top five scenes to look out for in the fourth season of Game of Thrones a season that I personally feel will be the very best yet. If, like I, you are a massive fan of Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister then you are in for a treat. If they do season four badly then it'll be at least as good as season two, but it has the potentially to be absolutely fantastic and even if they half-ass it, then they might as well give the Emmy Award to Dinklage now.