Game of Thrones Recap: Did We Just Lose Another Major Character?

Pierre Vaugeois
Août 12, 2017

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He was then asked about the drowning scene at the end of the episode and if he'll survive that considering he's wearing a heavy armour. We can't guarantee there won't be spoilers in this article.

"That said, we've been waiting for this to happen since the beginning", he continued.

Cersei Lannister gets just a short scene in "The Spoils of War" but crucially she brings up the Golden Company. But what does Nikolaj Coster-Waldau think about it? And as the Lannisters consolidate their power and transport the rich pickings from their sacking of Highgarden, you just know there will have to be consequences. This is how a Lannister repays his debts.

Furthermore, it appears that seeing so much sorrow and pain throughout history, and being tasked with stopping the White Walkers, has made it hard for Bran to get worked up about any one person's individual concerns or emotions. (Season seven update: check!) We also know that The Hound is roaming the Riverlands, and he and Arya have history - remember that time when she left him for dead in the middle of the wilderness? Peter Dinklage is a master at playing that, even though we shot that on the final day of the battle, on a boulder probably a mile away from the battlefield, and he was staring at lots of different tennis balls and stuff like that for eye line.

Given that all the living full-blooded Stark children have reunited in the north, coupled with Arya's perfectly timed statement, it seems pretty plausible that Lady Stoneheart would pop up at Winterfell to keep an eye on her kids. There's an enormous feeling of payoff here, and yet earned and rooted in character.

It was while showing off her #skillz, Arya was quick to remind Brienne that she "swore to serve both my mother's daughters".

IGN: Were you intending ambiguity on who rescued him?

At Dragonstone, Dany had to deal with the fact that her luck since she arrived has been singularly terrible, with all of her attempts to battle the Lannisters (and Euron) leading to failure. They also have a hard time proving it to others.

There's also another scene that's revealing. She's never appeared on the show and likely won't, per the showrunners and the actress who played Catelyn (Michelle Fairley), yet hope remains among Lady Stoneheart diehards. And maybe crack a smile once in a while, but we can't expect miracles. The sort of clash you can nearly imagine the producers devoting an entire episode to (such things may not be possible given the short order), the grain train clash was one for the ages. The truth is, Dany could do this without the Dothraki army. Jaime trying to fight on two sides at once!

Shakman: Nothing that I'd love to say more than what you saw in the episode. Anyone else start to hear this in their head? But take one look at Jaime and Tyrion's faces as they watch the devastation, and they're clearly seeing "more of the same" in flashes of the Mad King. So the fact we're here now is actually a bit of a relief.

Sure, Bran may have made it out of Season 6's "The Door" alive, but it certainly looks like our little lord left a piece of himself behind. The rest of the episode, on the other hand?

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