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Coming off the heels of final week’s conflict, we open this episode with a mass funeral. Daenerys kisses Jorah’s brow and whispers unintelligibly into his ear. Sansa sobs over Theon’s physique, and bestows upon him her direwolf pin, declaring him a Stark even in demise. (And I do know this isn’t actually the time, however I’m dwelling for Sansa’s braided updo a lot that it virtually distracted me from my very own tears.)
Jon speaks on behalf of the lifeless, reciting his Night time’s Watch vows when he declares that “They have been the shields that guarded the realms of males.” Certainly, they did what the Night time’s Watch had been sworn for hundreds of years to do, and what they couldn’t after the Wall fell and Citadel Black was overrun by the White Walkers.
Arya, Sam, and Jon all have one final second with the lifeless who performed a big position of their respective tales: Arya with Beric, whose objective had been to make sure she lived to satisfy her’s; Sam with Edd, brothers in arms; and Jon with Lyanna Mormont, who named him King within the North.
Then it’s onto the revelry, because the survivors collect in Winterfell’s nice corridor to rejoice their victory regardless of the losses. Because the Hound tells Gendry, “The lifeless are lifeless. You’re not.”
Emboldened by this reality, Gendry heads out looking for Arya. However Daenerys stops him on his method out to inform him that his father took her household’s throne and tried to have her murdered. Gendry defends himself, as a result of that’s not likely his enterprise. Wars have been waged in Westeros for the previous a number of years; everybody’s making an attempt to kill another person.
In a bid to patch issues up and achieve one other alliance, Daenerys legitimizes Gendry and names him Lord of Storm’s Finish, to many cheers from the gathered crowd.
TYRION: “A becoming reward for a hero, and a Lord of Storm’s Finish who can be endlessly loyal to you.”
DAENERYS: “See? You’re not the one one who’s intelligent.”
Nicely, at the very least she didn’t burn him alive the best way she did the Tarlys. Somewhat than give him the alleged selection between subjugation and dying, she gave Gendry a title with the unstated expectation of his subsequent loyalty. It’s a better political transfer than setting individuals on hearth, although I wouldn’t name it “intelligent” a lot as “affordable.” However, hey, perhaps I’m nitpicking.
Elsewhere within the corridor, Davos and Tyrion talk about Melisandre, the Lord of Mild, and what’s to return for them now. Tyrion provides maybe his most enlightened summation but when he says, “We might have defeated them, however we nonetheless have us to cope with.”
The supernatural menace was only one slice of the pie. In the long run, their narrative function was to convey the remaining characters collectively, in order that their ultimate scores might be settled. The Night time King and his military have been merely stepping stones to disclose one other evil, one far more multilayered and nuanced than ice zombies. As a result of even with them gone, the true menace to humanity stays humanity itself. There isn’t any extra “good versus evil”; now, it’s all a matter of gray areas and private notion.
Tyrion strikes on to a different short-lived dialog, this time with Bran relating to his political place and magical talents. Simply as Bran informed Sansa final season, he doesn’t need to be Lord of Winterfell, and now he tells Tyrion he doesn’t need something in any respect. There’s a touch of actual human emotion that also lives inside Bran, as he says that he’s to not be envied, for all he can do now’s stay up to now. The scene leaves me praying that Bran will be capable of discover his method again to his previous self by collection’ finish, or no less than be heading in that course.
Toasts are made, Tormund and Sansa jokingly attempt to peer strain Jon into binge-drinking, and Tormund is, true to type, quite hilariously snockered. However his drunk phrases pack a imply punch to Daenerys’ sense of self-worth.
That’s why we agreed to comply with [Jon]. That’s the sort of man he’s. He’s little, however he’s robust. Robust sufficient to befriend an enemy and get murdered for it! Most individuals get bloody murdered, they keep that method. Not this one. […] He comes again and retains preventing. Right here, north of the Wall, after which again right here once more. He retains preventing — he retains preventing. He climbed on a fucking dragon and fought. What sort of individual climbs on a fucking dragon? A madman, or a king!
I’d identical to to redirect for a scorching second right here to remind everybody that Jon didn’t do this stuff on his personal. Melisandre introduced him again to life, and Sansa inspired him to take again Winterfell of their household’s identify. Good on Jon for the follow-through, however the viewers shouldn’t overlook the very important position these ladies performed in making Jon a conflict hero.
To get again to Tormund’s phrases, his final sentiment rings a bell. It performs into what Ser Barristan as soon as informed Daenerys of her household: “King Jaehaerys as soon as informed me that insanity and greatness are two sides of the identical coin. Each time a brand new Targaryen is born, he stated, the gods toss the coin within the air and the world holds its breath to see the way it will land.”
A madman or a king. Insanity or greatness. Because the final two Targaryens, the place do Daenerys and Jon land? It’s maybe a thought that crosses Daenerys’ thoughts on this second, and virtually definitely considerations Varys as he retains an eye fixed on her response.
At a much less tense desk, Jaime and Brienne flirt shamelessly, whilst they play a consuming recreation with Tyrion and Podrick. It’s all laughs and a few rendition of “By no means Have I Ever,” proper up till Tyrion makes use of the chance to name Brienne out for being a virgin. Which is so not cool for an abundance of causes, however that’s an entire different dialog.
Brienne excuses herself and, earlier than Tormund can comply with to make extra awkward sexual advances, Jaime does the suitable factor and goes after Brienne himself. Tormund’s infatuation together with her could be good comedian aid for the viewers, nevertheless it’s all the time been clear that Brienne wasn’t on board. In any case, Tormund manages to discover a prepared lady. And an honorable point out goes out to my man Podrick, who will get a come-hither smile from the only cutest additional I’ve ever seen. I ship it, on advantage of adorableness and enthusiastic consent.
We get yet one more reunion that we hadn’t but seen when Sansa joins the Hound at his desk. It’s been a number of years since we final noticed them onscreen collectively, however their relationship was essential to them each. The Hound has heard of all that occurred to Sansa since he final noticed her, and he tells her none of it will come to move if she would have left King’s Touchdown with him method again in season 2. She replies, “With out Littlefinger and Ramsay and the remaining, I might have stayed a ‘Little Chook’ all my life.”
Like Bran, simply with out the supernatural hindsight, Sansa understands that issues occur for a cause. They could be merciless and traumatic, however in the long run it’s about the way you survive these issues, and how one can take management of your story afterwards. She’s not somewhat hen anymore, not docile or downtrodden or pressured to maintain her mouth shut until bidden to talk on behalf of her captors. I level this out as a result of these are elements of Sansa’s character which were coming into play the previous couple of seasons, and much more so on this episode.
Arya can also be thrust right into a second from her previous, one which appeared to pinpoint her personal id, when Gendry finds her outdoors. He tells her of his newly appointed legitimacy, after which delivers probably the most romantic proposal. If I weren’t sitting down, I might have collapsed because of some main knee-buckling.
I don’t know learn how to be lord of something. I hardly know learn how to use a fork. All I do know is that you simply’re lovely, and I really like you, and none of will probably be value something for those who’re not with me. So be with me. Be my spouse. Be the Woman of Storm’s Finish.
It was the heartbreak heard ‘around the world when she refuses him. They share a kiss first and she or he seems to be so joyful, however then she tells him, “That’s not me.” This harkens again to season 1, when her father promised to make her a superb match someday and she or he advised him the identical.
Now, if it had been clean crusing between these two, I’d fear that certainly one of them would die earlier than the finale. However within the case of this romantic angst, I’m betting on a heartfelt reconciliation as an alternative. I’ll be internet hosting a prayer circle for the subsequent two weeks.
In different romantic information, Brienne and Jaime lastly, mercifully, have their day within the solar. Their love scene has all of it — belligerent sexual rigidity, Jaime’s contact of jealousy over Tormund, mutual undressing, and a mid-sentence first kiss. I by no means anticipated this ship to sail past all that significant eye contact, however right here we’re, blessed.
Later, Jaime and Tyrion speak concerning the former’s new entanglement with Brienne, knight of the Seven Kingdoms and babe of our hearts. Earlier than we will have an excessive amount of enjoyable, although, Bronn interrupts, crossbow in hand and homicide on the mind. Simple as ever, he lays out the information: Cersei needs them lifeless, he doesn’t anticipate her to outlive the dragons, and he’s sick of doing the Lannisters’ soiled work with no reward.
Cersei provided him Riverrun, and Tyrion raises him Highgarden. I don’t know that both of them might make good on these guarantees, however when the politics are this war-torn, who’s to say? Bronn’s all the time been loyal to the very best bidder, so he ensures them that he’ll be again to gather when the struggle’s over. It’s unlikely they’ll all survive it however, then once more, Recreation of Thrones has stunned me earlier than, so we will see what we will see.
Daenerys goes to Jon’s room, the place he’s drunk sufficient to stumble however nonetheless fake he has all of his wits about him. Been there. He presents his condolences for Jorah’s demise, which Daenerys doesn’t settle for a lot as she twists to make the dialog about one thing else completely. RIP Handsomest Man On the Planet Ser Jorah.
DAENERYS: “He liked me. And I couldn’t love him again. Not the best way he needed. Not the best way I really like you. Is that alright?”
I imply, not likely, as a result of Jon’s your nephew and that’s bizarre, even by Westerosi requirements. However they make out for a second, anyway, as a result of… Properly, I don’t know. I feel this present simply has a “two scorching individuals have to kiss” quota.
Jon pulls away, presumably as a result of he remembers the incest. I don’t imply to harp on about it, I simply assume it’s one thing they need to talk about. You’d assume the dialog would go one thing like, “We will’t be collectively as a result of we’re associated and this household’s lengthy historical past of inbreeding has triggered sufficient issues as it’s,” however no. As an alternative, it’s all concerning the Iron Throne.
You recognize, it’s actually too dangerous that La-Z-Boy doesn’t exist on this universe. I guess nobody can be clamoring to take a seat on that nasty sword chair if that they had a choice of recliners to select from as an alternative. Positive, the Iron Throne is all concerning the energy that it represents, however who cares about that when you will have the choice to lounge?
DAENERYS: “I want you’d by no means informed me. If I didn’t know, I’d be completely satisfied proper now. I attempt to overlook. Tonight I did for awhile, after which I noticed them gathered round you. I noticed the best way they checked out you. I do know that look. So many individuals have checked out me that method, however by no means right here. By no means on this aspect of the ocean.”
So plainly Daenerys’ difficulty is that she’s not universally admired. Woman, you could have greater issues proper now than not being voted hottest, time to realize slightly perspective.
Jon insists that he doesn’t need the throne, and Daenerys insists in flip that he inform nobody else the reality of his start.
JON: “I’ve to inform Sansa and Arya.”
DAENERYS: “Sansa will need to see me gone and also you on the Iron Throne.”
JON: “She gained’t.”
DAENERYS: “She’s not the woman you grew up with. Not after what she’s seen, not after what they’ve carried out to her.”
Daenerys is true — Sansa doesn’t need to bend to any southern ruler after what it’s carried out to her and her household. If these ladies had shared objectives, they could have the ability to strike up some kind of understanding based mostly on their shared experiences. As it’s, although, they’re each their very own individuals aside from these experiences; there’s extra to them than their traumas. Daenerys needs the North to bend, and Sansa needs Northern independence.
Jon is then lowered to some groveling creature that’s unrecognizable to the Jon Snow I as soon as revered. I’m about to Ouija board Ygritte to return kick him within the tooth, nevertheless it’s too late for that now, as he tries to reassure Daenerys, “You’re my queen. Nothing will change that. And they’re my household. We will reside collectively.”
Jon, the final time you thought individuals with opposing ideologies and blood feuds might “reside collectively,” you actually obtained murdered. Let’s study from our errors.
Right here’s the issue with these two (incest however): Does Daenerys love Jon as an equal, or provided that he stays subservient to her? When Daenerys tells him, “I would like it to be the best way it was between us,” she needs to be queen, and he her topic. What Jon needs at this level is anybody’s guess, however I’m not impressed together with his conduct.
My agitation is just exacerbated in the course of the subsequent struggle council. The Stark and Targaryen forces talk about how greatest to take King’s Touchdown, now that their troops and Cersei’s have kind of evened out. There’s no assure that they’ll have the help of the widespread individuals, both, as they will’t definitively understand how the North stopped the White Walkers from marching any farther. This isn’t precisely the age of “pics or it didn’t occur,” in any case.
The plan is to encompass King’s Touchdown with out destroying it. The Stark/Targaryen armies will defeat the Golden Firm within the subject, whereas the dragons take out Euron Greyjoy’s fleet.
Sansa needs to provide their males time to relaxation and recuperate, and she or he gained’t decide on the required time-frame with out first conferring with the officers.
DAENERYS: “I got here north to battle alongside you at nice value to my armies and myself. Now that the time has come to reciprocate, you need to postpone.”
SANSA: “It’s not simply our individuals. It’s yours. You need to throw them right into a warfare they’re not able to battle?”
Right here, Sansa articulates what is probably Daenerys’ biggest shortcoming: that she didn’t think about the struggle towards the White Walkers her struggle, despite the fact that she needs to rule the Seven Kingdoms and individuals who would have been destroyed by it. If she needs the queenship, she must study that a menace towards Westeros is hers to battle, finish of story. This isn’t a case of “You scratch my again and I’ll scratch yours.”
Enter Jon, as a result of he hasn’t disillusioned me sufficient this week:
JON: “The Northern forces will honor their guarantees and their allegiance to the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms. What you command, we’ll obey.”
Hey, Jon, keep in mind final season whenever you stated “[T]he North is my residence, and I’ll by no means cease preventing for it”? I’m questioning the place that man is. He’s received two extra episodes to point out up earlier than I connect your Funko Pop determine to a firecracker. (Not likely. That was a Christmas present, and in addition harmful. However it’s the precept of the factor.)
With the conflict council adjourned, Arya sidesteps Jon earlier than he can depart, as a result of it’s time for an intervention within the godswood. Jon, Sansa, Arya, and Bran collect to debate the strain and air their grievances.
Arya admits that Jon was proper in a single respect: that they couldn’t afford to not bend the knee to Daenerys, as a result of they wanted her armies and dragons. “You probably did the suitable factor. And we’re doing the best factor telling you, we don’t belief your queen. […] She’s not one among us.”
Cue Jon’s newest private disaster, as he doesn’t contemplate himself a Stark, both, particularly now that he is aware of his true parentage. Which, by the best way, is half-Stark, anyway, however because it’s the daddy’s identify that will get handed on, Jon is a Targaryen. So it’s the patriarchy’s fault that his identify is Aegon.
Earlier than the large reveal, Jon makes his sisters swear to not repeat to anybody what they hear. Then, he asks Bran to inform them, and the scene cuts earlier than the viewers can see the aftermath. Maybe this was a stylistic selection, however the subsequent two scenes make me marvel if there is perhaps one thing simmering beneath the floor.
The Hound is on horseback, heading for King’s Touchdown, when Arya joins him. They each have “unfinished enterprise” there, they usually don’t plan on returning. The Hound is probably going going after his brother, the Mountain, however what awaits Arya? The final time she talked about going south, it was in season 7 when she informed the Lannister troopers that she was “going to kill the queen.”
However which queen? Bear with me for a second whereas we dive into Sansa’s subsequent look. She and Tyrion meet on the battlements, and as soon as once more talk about what Daenerys’ rule would imply for the realm. Sansa is just not shy in her mistrust of the Dragon Queen, which prompts Tyrion to say, “You appear decided to dislike her.”
The strain between Sansa and Daenerys isn’t some shallow, Imply Women drama. As Sansa says, we’ve all seen what occurs to Starks once they go south: “I don’t need Jon to go down there. The lads in my household don’t do properly within the capital.”
This calls again to what Sansa informed the Hound earlier, that she’s not the individual she was when she was imprisoned in King’s Touchdown. Now, she has the liberty to talk her thoughts about those that declare themselves monarchs. She is just not prepared to lose the remainder of her household, neither is she ready to drive the North into subjugation once more. The Starks have been made prisoners and corpses by southern rule.
TYRION: “With Jon within the capital, you’ll be the true energy within the North.”
However Sansa doesn’t need energy, precisely. Again in season 1 when she dreamt of being queen, it wasn’t for the facility that accompanies the title; it was as a result of being queen meant she might have her storybook romance with a dashing prince. That dream is lengthy gone — now, she needs security, safety, and independence, for herself and for her household. She’s preventing for the North, simply as Robb did earlier than her.
She believes that Jon would make a greater ruler than Daenerys. Later, we’ll hear Varys voice the identical opinion with an evidence, however for the second Sansa tells Tyrion that Jon is the true inheritor to the Seven Kingdoms.
Contemplating Arya and Sansa’s scenes, the query turns into: did the Starks hatch an offscreen plot to make sure their individuals’s independence? Is Arya heading south to kill Daenerys, and is Sansa sowing discord amongst her advisors in an effort to make her a neater goal? Why didn’t we see the women’ response to Jon’s parentage and his consequent declare to the throne? Was it meaningless, or is there a purpose behind it?
All I’m saying is, one thing is rotten within the state of Westeros, and I need to know what it’s. So these are some potential theories — perhaps tinfoil, perhaps not — to chew on till we all know for positive.
Within the courtyard, Jon and Tormund say their farewells. Tormund is taking the Free People again from whence they got here, as even the North isn’t north sufficient for them. Jon asks that he take Ghost north with him, as a result of the finances’s run out and HBO can’t afford the CGI results essential to maintain a direwolf on set. Or perhaps Jon’s simply having some type of self-loathing existential disaster and doesn’t consider he deserves to maintain his direwolf, because the animal is a logo of the Starks.
JON: “I want I used to be going with you.”
TORMUND: “You’ve acquired the North in you. The actual North.”
So what would you like, Jon? To go south to maintain your promise to Daenerys? To remain at Winterfell to maintain your promise to your individuals? Or to transcend the place the Wall as soon as stood, and never have to fret over who guidelines what? Regardless of the selection he makes, Jon can be abandoning some a part of himself. I assume I can’t blame him for the existential disaster.
He says his goodbyes subsequent to Sam and Gilly, who we study is pregnant. If it’s a boy, they need to identify him Jon, to which Jon replies, “I hope it’s a woman,” in all probability as a result of his self-loathing is aware of no bounds. Settle down, Jon, at the least they don’t need to identify him Aegon.
En path to Dragonstone, Tyrion tells Varys what he discovered about Jon’s true origins. He continues to push for a wedding between Jon and Daenerys, however Varys pokes holes on this supposed answer: 1) aunt/nephew marriages aren’t precisely all the fashion; and a couple of) Daenerys gained’t need to share her energy. Personally, I’m simply glad somebody’s speaking concerning the incest.
That’s about as far within the dialog we get earlier than the motion strikes. The Targaryen fleet is ambushed by Euron Greyjoy’s, who makes use of Qyburn’s ballista to shoot and kill Rhaegal. I’m not a lot of a dragon fanatic, however Euron might use an arrow to the chest, too, so I’m at an deadlock.
On a still-flying Drogon’s again, Daenerys expenses the Greyjoy fleet, then appears to assume higher of it and turns tail. A sensible transfer, since she might have misplaced her final dragon and her life with it. Her ships are attacked, and when the troops wash up on shore, Missandei isn’t amongst them; she’s been kidnapped and brought to King’s Touchdown.
There, Cersei, Euron, and Qyburn speak private affairs in addition to technique. Cersei tells Euron that she’s pregnant together with his youngster, although so far as the viewers is aware of, the kid is the truth is Jaime’s. The motivation right here is unclear. It might be merely that Jaime left and Euron has confirmed himself a reliable sufficient ally, so Cersei is enjoying the playing cards she’s been dealt.
They’ve opened the gates to the Purple Maintain to permit the general public security from the approaching invasion, the plan being that Daenerys should kill scores of harmless individuals if she needs a shot at Cersei. Doing so would undermine Daenerys’ assertion that she would make a greater, extra peaceable ruler, thereby making Cersei look the a part of the benevolent queen who gave her individuals shelter. It’s nothing however a ploy, a way to an finish to the conflict that each events need to win. Now, we see how both consequence could possibly be to the detriment of the individuals, one thing that’s mentioned at size within the subsequent scene.
Safely ensconced inside the partitions of Dragonstone, Varys makes good on his season 7 vow to be trustworthy with Daenerys when he tells her plainly what he thinks of her plan to invade King’s Touchdown.
I promised you I might look you within the eye and converse instantly if I ever thought you have been making a mistake. This can be a mistake. […] [T]ens of hundreds of innocents will die […] These are the individuals you got here right here to guard. I urge you, Your Grace, don’t destroy the town you got here to save lots of. Don’t develop into what you’ve all the time struggled to defeat.
Daenerys says that it’s her future to rid the world of tyrants, regardless of the fee. This extremist considering doesn’t do a lot to mollify Varys. Even when, in the long run, Daenerys agrees to supply Cersei her life in change for her give up, Varys has misplaced religion in her potential to rule justly.
He and Tyrion decide up their dialog the place they left off earlier. Varys says that Jon has the higher declare and temperament to rule, and he provides that “cocks are essential, I’m afraid.” There’s little dialogue of the equity of that, solely the truth that the Westerosi lords usually tend to help a person’s birthright.
Once more, Tyrion proposes a wedding alliance, however Varys rebuffs it: “She’s too robust for him. She would bend him to her will, as she already has.” The facility imbalance of their relationship is hanging, and so a wedding between Jon and Daenerys would show pointless.
TYRION: “At a sure level, you select an individual you consider in, and also you battle for that individual.”
VARYS: “Even when you understand it’s a mistake?”
Varys poses a good query. We’ve seen this occur on the present earlier than — a ruler who appears promising, however finally isn’t the correct selection. For instance: Davos discovered this the arduous means when he served Stannis, who turned so consumed together with his want to have what he believed was his by proper that he sacrificed his personal daughter. When ambition turns into somebody’s sole goal, human lives develop into expendable. However these are the individuals whom Varys serves — not one aspiring monarch, however the realm as an entire.
TYRION: “What’s the realm? An enormous continent, residence to tens of millions of individuals, most of whom don’t care who sits on the Iron Throne.”
VARYS: “Hundreds of thousands of individuals, lots of whom will die if the incorrect individual sits on that throne. We don’t know their names, however they’re simply as actual as you and I. They need to stay. They deserve meals for his or her youngsters. I’ll act of their curiosity, regardless of the private value.”
I do know it’s not gonna occur, however… Varys For King 2019.
Again at Winterfell, Sansa and Brienne inform Jaime of the goings-on within the south. Sansa remarks upon the probability of Cersei’s execution, a risk that has Jaime spiraling backwards in his character improvement. That, or the poisonous bond between the Lannister twins stays robust. Both approach, Jaime readies his horse for the journey to King’s Touchdown, whilst Brienne implores him to not go: “You’re an excellent man and you may’t save her. You don’t have to die together with her. Keep right here. Stick with me.”
Whose declaration of affection harm you extra: Gendry’s to Arya, or Brienne’s to Jaime? Forged your votes now. I gained’t rely them, as I’m too busy melting right into a puddle of my very own emotions, however it’s essential that all of us hug it out proper now.
In an try and persuade himself and Brienne that he’s simply as irredeemable as Cersei, Jaime tells her of all he’d executed for his sister — pushing Bran from the window, strangling his personal cousin, how he would have killed all of Riverrun in her identify. It appears as if Jaime hasn’t forgiven himself for his previous, and so he leaves Winterfell. To do what, precisely, we don’t but know, solely that it includes Cersei.
Converse of the satan, we head again to the Purple Hold for the episode’s ultimate scene. Daenerys, Gray Worm, Varys, Tyrion, and the Unsullied face off with Cersei, Euron, the Mountain, Qyburn, and the Golden Firm on the gates. Missandei is entrance and middle, used as bait within the warfare between the 2 queens.
Qyburn and Tyrion meet within the center to debate phrases. Not surprisingly, each Cersei and Daenerys need the opposite’s unconditional give up, so this dialogue of phrases goes nowhere.
Tyrion then tries to attraction to Cersei’s one weak spot: her youngsters, specifically the one she’s pregnant with now, because the others have all been misplaced to her. Apparently, this attracts a parallel between these warring queens. They each have one baby left (Daenerys’ being Drogon). As they lose their youngsters, they lose their compassion.
And so it’s with Cersei. Regardless of Tyrion’s plea, she turns to Missandei to seal her destiny: “If in case you have any final phrases, now’s the time.”
Missandei proves her loyalty to Daenerys in her final breath when she says, loud and clear, “Dracarys.” When she’s beheaded by the Mountain, Gray Worm averts his gaze in anguish, and an enraged Daenerys turns her again on Cersei and marches away.
Now that Cersei has made this warfare extra private than an influence wrestle, how will Daenerys proceed? What enterprise do Arya and the Hound have in King’s Touchdown, and what hassle will they discover alongside the best way? How will Gray Worm course of his grief for his misplaced love? Will Jon discover his spine, and be redeemed because the hero he’s meant to be? Can Bran ever be Bran Stark once more, or is he fated to stay the Three-Eyed Raven eternally? Will Jaime change allegiances once more to guard Cersei, or will he sever their relationship finally? And, pricey god, please, will Arya settle for Gendry’s proposal so we will finish this collection with a marriage and a choreographed dance quantity?
Keep in mind — hypothesis is inspired, spoilers aren’t! Thanks, and see you subsequent week!
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