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'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 3: The Queen's Justice
03 August 2017, 12:04 | Santos West
'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 3: The Queen's Justice
In other news, it's painful to see Game of Thrones try to be hip. They also formed a relationship over both heading to the Wall, Jon Snow as a member of the Night's Watch and Tyrion as someone who wanted to piss off the edge of the world.
So much happens in this episode, so many characters are seen, that to find a unifying thread is near impossible. Melisandre, who's watching his arrival from far, far away on top of some cliffs with an exceptionally sneaky-sounding Varys - even more sneaky-sounding than usual. Later, they're both drawn to the clifftops while sulking over their respective strategic setbacks.
Apparently Melisandre has bid farewell to the season 7 of Game of Thrones, however, the two scenes in which she played had a significant impact.
Sam continues to do perform wonderful feats of medicine, and will probably find the key to defeating the Night King in those scrolls Measter Ebrose is making him copy. At first, the handy history lesson between the King in the North and the Mother of Dragons made it clear that neither would bend the knee to the other - but the seeds of an alliance have already been planted.
As Davos attempts to getDaenerys onside, he tells her that the people of the North believe in Jon Snow and have elected to follow him as King in the North. Two characters; Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen, have been adored by the beginning and fans have been anticipating the two coming together for quite some time now. Umm, about that, Dany. The reason? Jon Snow id of the same bloodline.
Cersei enacts another sweet revenge as Jaime passes poisoned wine to Olenna Tyrell, the last of Daenerys' ally from Westeros. This has been an update in Theon's Life Sucks news.
Cersei ignored the crown's debts to the Iron Bank for years, so it's a little suspicious that it suddenly trusts her. And there's Jaime, blind in love, still pledging his allegiance to his lover. According to him, Sammy's reward is not getting expelled from the citadel. In a way, he (and the pig that killed Robert) is the real hero of the story. Truly words have never been spoken.
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Ellaria holds Cersei responsible, though, and murders Myrcella. That was an image I'd nicely forgotten until now, Cersei. Seeing her solemn face, Olenna comes up to Sansa and comforts her, expressing her condolences at Robb's death.
And Jon shows his calmer side not speaking until Ser Davos forays, and tells her that "He is the first to make allies of Wildlings and Northmen". At least the head-popping was fast. Rather than, say, letting him react to Cersei blowing up the Sept (a direct echo of the Mad King whom Jaime killed to prevent such an atrocity), or what she does to Ellaria and Tyene in this episode? As she repeatedly mentions, she believes she deserves the Iron Throne because she was born to it.
Used to the devotion of the slaves she freed over in sunshine state Essos, needless to say Dany's not hot for Jon's icy standoff. I stay alive, I'm just not going to reappear.
Tyrion is visibly upset by all this, and after some careful nudging from him, Dany agrees to reconsider Jon's tall tales.
Tyrion needs Jorah's help.
Fan theories posited that Jon Stark, instead of being Ned Stark's bastard is instead another illegitimate child - that of Rhaegar Targaryen (Daenerys' older brother) and and Ned's sister Lyanna Stark.
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