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‘House Of The Dragon’s Olivia Cooke Wants to Know Why Her Orgasm Was Cut from Season 2 Episode 2 Sex Scene: “Well, Why Did You Make Me Do That?”

**spoiler alert House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 2, now streaming on Max**

of House of the Dragon In the second season premiere, “A Son for a Son,” it was revealed that the moral widow Queen Alicent Hightower (Olivia Cooke) and her sworn sword Ser Christon Cole (Fabian Frankel), a supposedly bachelor member of the King’s guard, had been engaged in a total lusty affair following the death of King Viserys (Paddy Considine). In fact, the two lovers were so crazy about each other that they even had sex while the young prince Jaehaerys was nearly killed by thugs sent by Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith). You’d think they’d call it quits after such a tragedy, but as the HBO series makes clear, House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 2, Alicent and Cole’s love is still as steamy as ever!

not only that, House of the Dragon The kinky sex scene between Alicent and Christen that closes this week’s new episode starring Olivia Cooke was originally intended to be much longer.

“Well, we shot a pretty long scene at the end of episode two that unfortunately got cut,” Cook told Decider during a recent roundtable interview in New York City.

“Oh my gosh, she’s going to orgasm in episode two?” Cook’s co-star, Fia Saban, who plays Helena in episode two, said. Dragon’s House, Asked.

“Well, the specifics? I know, it was intense, for sure,” Cook said. “It went on for a really long time.”

Sir Christen Cole and Alicent Hightower sex scene from House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 2

According to Cook, the scene, directed by Claire Kilner, House of the Dragon Showrunner Ryan Condal.

“I think Ryan just said, ‘I don’t need to see it,'” Cook said.Now, why did you make me do that?

The scene takes place shortly after Ser Cryston Cole is unexpectedly appointed Hand of the King. Following Jaehaerys’ death, Aegon II (Tom Glynn-Carney) is disappointed by his grandfather Ser Otto Hightower’s (Rhys Ifans) cautious approach to child murder. When Otto criticizes Aegon for massacring all of the Ratcatchers in the Red Keep, thereby ruining all the goodwill Alicent and Helena had gained at the funeral procession, Aegon dismisses his “father” as Hand and appoints Ser Cryston Cole as “Iron Fist.”

The combination of Cole’s new job and his new sexual relationship with the Queen Mother upends the dynamic between them.

Alicent pushes Cole away during a sex scene in House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 2

“I think Alicent was really weakened by giving in to Christon,” Cook said in response to a question. Deven McClure of ScreenRant“I think she was almost like a god to him and now I think that mystique has been lost, even when it comes to having sex with someone or being in a relationship with someone.”

Frankel responded to the same question by saying, “Well, I think as soon as you have a physical relationship with someone, it completely changes your relationship. And it was inevitable.”

Cook hinted that Cole will “infect” the story’s other male characters as the season progresses. “His sense of chivalry takes over and Alicent feels like she needs to be protected and informed of the plans they’re up to,” Cook explained. “This is just another way that the patriarchy works against Alicent. She’s starting to realize that this doesn’t work for her anymore and the indoctrination that was passed down to her by her father is starting to crumble.”

“I don’t want to give too much away because it’s going to be really interesting to see how the audience reacts to the next couple of episodes,” Frankel hinted, “but it’s definitely had an impact on their relationship.”

Frankel also said that the secret affair will change Cole’s relationship with Alicent’s sons, Aegon and Aemond (Ewan Mitchell).

“Having an affair with the mother of a child you work with?” Frankel mused. “I mean, it’s very House of the DragonIsn’t that right? game of thrones. “

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