"Game of Thones" came up almost empty at the Emmy Awards Sunday, but that didn't stop the cast from being among the most sought-after stars on the red carpet. So while the show only came away with two wins on 17 nominations, stars Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, and Kit Harrington were all too happy to dish on the HBO drama's upcoming fourth season while on a brief break in Los Angeles from filming in Europe. Headey (Cersei Lannister), knowing she has a tendency to "say too much," was as vague as possible. "I'm just going to say: The stakes are higher than they ever have been," she said, "and it's getting better and better and better." She was willing to admit the temporary detente with Dinklage's Tyrion Lannister from last season was definitely at an end. "That's pretty much gone, any sense of that," she said. "It's pretty effed up."