Game of Thrones season 7, episode 5: Eastwatch predictions

Game of Thrones season 7, episode 5: Eastwatch predictions”

The last time we saw the White Walkers tussle with humans on a massive scale, it resulted in the unforgettable episode "Hardhome."' Could something equally as exciting, and maybe even able to top the Lannister vs. dragons battle, be on its way? In the final scene, Jaime Lannister - in the midst of trying to take out Daenerys Targaryen - was almost burned to a crisp by her dragon but was rescued at the last moment. She doesn't bring out her dragons unless necessary and is not in the habit of murdering innocents.

"I did not meet Ed Sheeran", Shakman said.

But if you look closely at the image of the three First Men, there's one weirdly specific detail: the figure on the left is left-handed, with what looks like a cuff around his right arm - just like Jaime Lannister. As a Lannister himself, he seemed pretty conflicted last episode as he watched Lannisters get roasted and Jaime bumble around the battlefield. It's no secret that there's no love lost between Tyrion and Cersei.

If you didn't get it from this clip, Ned Stark found his sister Lyanna, who made him promise her to look after her baby, because if Robert knew the truth, he would kill "him" (the baby). He's got Targaryen blood in him, which means dragon fire can't touch him - it also means the dragons might not even want to attack him. Daenerys Targaryen finally flying into war on Drogon and just wrecking everything was something we've wanted to see for exceptionally long. Hurry up and send that raven, Bran!

A new theory hints at who will betray Daenerys for love, something fans think may have been alluded to in the show's latest episode, 'The Spoils of War'. However, his head was abruptly chopped off at the end of season one.

Another interesting thing remains to be seen is how the actual meeting of Daenerys' dragons with Jon Snow will go. She has reason to question his loyalty, too, since he has still refused to bend the knee.

The two ladies share a knowing glance and then Jon takes Daenerys off to see his cave. We're looking at real explosions. Is the show pro-incest? We had four cameras most of the time, sometimes we had up to seven or eight cameras.

Judging by that title, as critical as what we do see here is what we don't see: the Wall, the White Walkers or anything involving the North. For now, who knows. Pick up the pace, guys! This was one of the first signs for the Night's Watch that the White Walkers were a serious threat.

But there's one scene that stuck with fans, despite its relative lack of excitement: when Jon and Dany explored the dragonglass cave at Dragonstone together.

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