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Darnerys demands loyalty from the surviving Lannister soldiers; Jon heeds Bran's warning about White Walkers on the move; Cersei vows to vanquish anyone or anything that stands in her way.



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Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish


Bronn saves Jaime from the lake and he is surprised with the power of Deanerys' dragon. Daynerys offers the prisoners to bend their knees and join her army, or to die. Randyll and his son Dickon from the House of Tarly refuse to serve Deanerys and her dragon turns them into ashes. Arya confronts Sansa at Winterfell and suspects of Littlefinger. Samwell has a deception with the Maesters and decides to leave the Cidatel with Gilly and their child. Tyrion advises Daenerys and Jon Snow to bring a Wight to King's Landing to prove that the Army of the Dead and the White Walkers do exist. Jaime tries to convince Cersei that they do not have any chance fighting Daenerys and her three dragons, but she plots a scheme to destroy Daenerys. Then Jaime has a surprising encounter. Jon and a group head to the Wall and meet prisoners of he Night's Watch that accept to join them in their journey to capture a Wight. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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13 August 2017 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Gendry's war hammer is emblazoned with the head of a golden stag, the symbol of his late father's house. It seems fitting considering Gendry is the last person alive with Baratheon blood. Moreover, the war hammer was also Gendry's father weapon of choice in the novels. See more »


(At 00:22:48) When Archmaester Ebrose puts the message from Winterfell on the table, it rolls up with the writing on the inside of the roll and comes to rest with the back of the scroll against the table. The camera then cuts to a closeup of the scroll on its edge with the writing clearly visible. See more »


Daenerys Targaryen: I haven't given you permission to leave.
Jon Snow: With respect, Your Grace, I don't need your permission. I am a king. Now I came here, knowing that you could have your men behead me or your dragons burn me alive. I put must trust in you. A stranger. Because I knew it was the best chance for my people. For ALL our people. Now I'm asking you to trust in a stranger because it's our best chance.
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References Game of Thrones: The Queen's Justice (2017) See more »

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The difference between having source material and making TV show

This episode along with this season and the last episodes of season 6 is the perfect example of when Script writers are left to their own imagination to write the story of a progressing series.

With the first seasons, we get to see amazing television show, with some of the most gripping and twisting story telling. The show showed us that every action has a repercussion. Ned Stark wanted to be noble and Honorable, got captured and killed, Rob betrayed Frey's and we know what happened to him.

But now that the show has surpassed the books, the writers are back to writing just typical television where the main characters are invulnerable from their stupid choices. Jaime rides against a dragon, and miraculously escapes not just the fire but capture as well. How does he swim underwater for miles while wearing chain mail, armor and his 20 pound hand? how did he not drown? or get caught by the dothraki? But fine, what about the easy way out that they show Little finger leading Arya? in the past it was done very subtle and not to in the audience face. If you didn't see it, well to bad you missed it. Now its "Hey, look at this. Do you like how we connect the dots for you?"

Why bother watching if everything is put on a plate for you? where the characters travel thousand miles in 5 minutes. Do you remember how first season, you would have 2 episodes of just Brann, and Arya and you are just waiting to see what happens to the others one, but they don't show everyone in the same episode? yeah me too.

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