Daenerys receives an unexpected visitor. Jon faces resistance. Tyrion plans the conquest of Westeros. Cersei gathers her allies. Arya has a reunion with old friends. Sam risks his career and life.

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At Dragonstone, Daenerys, Tyrion and Varys discuss a strategy to take Westeros without burning the Seven Kingoms to ashes with their allied Melisandre, Yara Greyjoy, Eliaria and Lady Olenna Tyrell. Tyrion proposes an alliance with Jon Snow to Daenerys and she sends an invitation to him to visit her. In Kings Landing, Cersei tries to gather allied to fight Daenerys and Qyburn shows a powerful weapon to kill dragons he has developed. Meanwhile Jon Snow decides to accept the invitation of Daenerys expecting to convince her to use her dragons and the dragon glass in her land to destroy the White Walkers. Arya learns that Jon Snow is the King of the North and decides to return to Winterfells and has an unexpected encounter. Samwell tries to secretly heal Jorah from the greyscale risking his career. Yara Greyjoy and Eliaria are navigating the Narrow Sea when they are surprisingly attacked by Euron and his fleet. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

In the books, Ellaria is not Tyene's mother, but the mother of the four youngest Sand Snakes. Tyene's mother is a septa from the Reach. See more »

Goofs

Daenerys speaks High Valyrian fluently, as commented in Game of Thrones: And Now His Watch Is Ended and Game of Thrones: Second Sons. She should have been aware that the High Valyrian word "prince" is gender-neutral, without being told by Missandei. See more »

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Hot Pie: [to Arya] I can't believe I thought you were a boy. You're pretty!
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Rushed & Predictable
23 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I'm a huge Game of Thrones fan, but I can't help but feel extremely disappointed after watching these two episodes.

What happened to the seamless story progression Game of Thrones had from season 1 to season 6? It's been completely abandoned. Yes, I am aware the season has been cut down to 7 episodes, but the transitioning throughout this episode as well as episode 1 has been atrocious. One scene we have Daenerys requesting for a letter to be sent to Jon Snow, and in the scene following right after that, Jon snow reads the letter! Talk about rushing!

The notion I get from this is that we'll have more slow paced and choppy story progression up until the final couple of episodes. A template for all generic 1-6 star TV shows. Such a shame really. Clearly the writer's are struggling to continue this show. It has most certainly become apparent in these first two episodes.

Fortunately though, the TV show is coming to an end. If it were to go on past season 8 they would have completely destroyed this show like the writer's for Dexter season 6 and beyond did.

Such a shame really.


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