Arya, Samwell, and Jaime give up their anonymity and reclaim their family's legacy.

House Slate: Arya Gives Up, Admits Being a Stark Is Better Than Being No One

House Slate: Arya Gives Up, Admits Being a Stark Is Better Than Being No One

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May 30 2016 8:51 AM

House Slate: Arya Gives Up, Admits Being a Stark Is Better Than Being No One

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Being no one is harder than it looks. House Slate hosts Marc Faletti and Amanda Marcotte look at how three characters—Arya, Samwell, and Jaime—give up their anonymity and reclaim their family's legacy. 

Daenerys Stormborn the Many-Titled gives a good speech, but will she follow these other characters in reclaiming her heritage? And how much, exactly, has Jaime bitten off with his mission to confront the impressively named Brynden "Blackfish" Tully? 

Daniel Hubbard is a writer, editor, and director living in New York City.

Amanda Marcotte is writer for Salon.

Marc Faletti is the director of multimedia for Rewire and is based in Brooklyn.