Welp, this episode was all about making sure we cry when all the people in those touching scenes die – and I’m really worried about most of the people hanging out by the fire.
Sansa: I’m still Team Sansa – a leader Daenerys could only dream of being.
That chat between Sansa and Daenerys was pitch perfect. Both women pretending support, only to end with Sansa not backing down.
Jon: Jon, Jon, Jon. Why? Why then? I was nervous Daenerys was going to just slit his throat and be done with it.
Daenerys: Let’s face it. She. Can’t. Rule. She’s forced to admit Jamie after Sansa backs her into a corner. Jon doesn’t back her up, and then she blames Tyrion for Cersei – a mistake she made as well. Oh, and her most loyal subjects, Greyworm and Miissandei, plan on bailing on her after the battle is over.
Seriously, why is Daenerys still focusing on the Iron Throne when the dead (which she has seen and have killed one of her dragons!) are coming?
Tyrion: He states that Daenerys is different from other Targaryens. That’s not looking to be true. Sheesh, I’m not comfortable with Tyrion being wrong. (Last week, we watched as Sansa bested him.)
Arya: Is she going to take out the White Walker dragon with that weapon Gendry made for her? (Also, there hasn’t been another sex scene on GoT better than the one between Arya and Gendry. Those two had all the feels and a connection Jon and Dany could only dream of.)
Bran: Good thing we have Bran to tell us how to kill the Night King and why he will come for him (he’s the keeper of memories). This seems like information that should have been shared sooner. Also, he doesn’t expose Jamie, so he obviously wants Jamie in the battle. Right?
Theon: Not really comfortable with Theon defending Bran. Has he ever won a battle? Guess that’s the way he’s going to die… and redeem himself?
I’m leaving out a ton (probably really important stuff), so have at it.