Game of thrones: season 7, episode 7

Last week’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Beyond the Wall”, will undoubtedly go down as one of its most controversial…until possibly the finale. The abbreviated seventh season of trò chơi of Thrones will come to lớn a cthua trận on Sunday, và HBO has confirmed that the episode will also be the longest in the show’s history. At 79 minutes, the Season 7 finale will beat out last year’s finale, “The Winds of Winter”, by 11 minutes.

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HBO has also revealed the title for the season finale: “The Dragon and the Wolf.” Since we’re all tweaking on needing new trò chơi of Thrones information, let’s speculate, shall we? The Dragon presumably refers to Daenerys và at first blush, the Wolf would seem to refer khổng lồ Jon Snow. As we saw in the trailer for the finale, Daenerys và Jon will be going khổng lồ King’s Landing khổng lồ try và convince Cersei to lớn agree lớn an armistice và fight alongside them against the White Walkers.

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But if that’s the case, then why isn’t the title “The Dragon, the Wolf, and the Lion” or something that refers to lớn the Lannisters? It’s possible that the title solely refers khổng lồ Jon Snow, who we learned last year is the offspring of Rhaegar Targaryen (The Dragon) và Lyanmãng cầu Stark (and the Wolf). Bran is the only person who really has this information, & since he’s off sitting by a tree và being weird, I don’t know if he’s going khổng lồ flag down Jon và say, “Hey, you’re not a bastard, và you might have sầu the most legitimate clayên to lớn the Iron Throne in all of Westeros.”

If the title does refer to Jon, it appears that showrunners D.B. Weiss & David Benioff are all in on supporting the show’s most boring character. Not all of that is the fault of actor Kit Harington, but rather a story that insists on telling us all about how great and noble Jon is, but every time he’s in a bind, someone else comes và bails hyên ổn out. When he was surrounded by wildlings in “The Children”, Stannis Baratheon saved his ass. When he was surrouned by Ramsay Bolton’s forces in “The Battle of the Bastards”, Sansa & the Knights of the Vale saved his ass. And in last week episode, when he was surrounded by the Army of the Dead, Daenerys saved his ass before Benjen saved his ass. Jon may be brave sầu, but he doesn’t ever seem khổng lồ be particularly cunning, resourceful, or smart.

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We’ll see if he has another lucky escape in him when “The Dragon and the Wolf” airs this Sunday on HBO at 9pm.