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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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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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This episode marked the return of Gendry, who hasn't been seen since Game of Thrones: Mhysa (2013). See more »


Jaime Lannister: I just saw the Dothraki fight. They'll beat any mercenary army, they'll beat any army I've ever seen. Killing our men wasn't war for them, it was sport. Her dragon burned a thousand wagons. Qyburn's scorpion fired bolts bigger than you. They couldn't stop it. And she has three of them! This isn't a war we can win.
Cersei Lannister: [sarcastically] So what do we do? Sue for peace? I sit on her father's throne, a father you betrayed and murdered, and in her mind, she's winning. What sort of offer do you think she'd...
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References Game of Thrones: The Children (2014) See more »

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What happened to the twists and turns?
14 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

The fan theories floating around are more developed when they are leaked and I think the director/writer should respect the audience's IQ. Alan Taylor who directed some episodes of Season 1 and 2 should be bought back in the helm. His direction was fantastic and I still remember him, can't say if the North remembers him or not!

After Joffrey's fate, the series is going in a downhill. The library reading session was quite lame and boring. Every character is travelling like they are using a helicopter. Come on writers, everything seems a bit rushed and forced!

With the concentration on narrative, we're left with an outing that can't help but feel like it's lacking where it really counts. In short, old wine in a new bottle!

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