Despite the Game of Thrones season 7episode 4 being leaked days prior to its air date, it appears the classic storytelling and masterly crafted screenplay of each episode keep fans glued to television.
The preview of next week's episode didn't reveal much in terms of answers to our burning questions but it did promise more Dany, moredragons, moreCersei scheming, and, notably no Jaime. Cue the Hand to the Queen, Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), looking more and more concerned by his Khaleesi's decisions.
While Dany seemed convinced of the legitimacy of the ancient drawings - pledging her support to the North if Jon bended the knee - some fans weren't buying it.
It is nearly wrong to not have Jaime die in this episode, but it seems like GRRM is trying something new. However, she still looks pretty confident about her position. At the end of last season, we found out that Rhaegar Targaryen is Jon's father, meaning Daenerys is his aunt. He tells his army: "Bran saw the Night King and his army marching towards Eastwatch", hinting that they may have to travel beyond the Wall to meet them. Considering the title of episode 5, it's safe to say things will likely be coming to a head with the White Walkers sooner rather than later.
While this week's episode was the shortest of the season, thus far, it ended on a spectacular note featuring a battle that's almost as memorable as "The Battle of the Bastards" from Season 6.
The fast moving episode sees more reunions, with Sansa becoming a bit of an expert at greeting her siblings. If Jaime survives falling into the water in full armor and is taken hostage by the Dragon Queen, Tyrion's loyalty to Daenerys could be tested. After all, a Lannister always pays his debts, and Jaime has a favor to call in. The failure of his previous plans became Dany's reason to doubt his loyalty, ending up with her not listening to his counsels anymore. Then again, the Lannister army isn't exactly unprepared to deal with dragons, and this first test proves not only that dragons can be hurt, but also that Jaime isn't going to run away from any kind of fight. And regarding Jon, it would be interesting to see how he reacted after he received the news about Bran's return to Winterfell.
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