Tyrion, for one, looks concerned. So it may be that she could turn to the Golden Company. After incinerating almost the entire Lannister army, Drogon was knocked out of the sky by Cersei's secret weapon, the giant ballista Scorpion. Surely, she must be joking, Sansa likely thought to herself.
Back at Dragonstone, Jon (Kit Harington) is brooding on the clifftops again.
At least we get one smile in this batch, and it comes while Varys has a drink with his old friend in front of the Dragonstone throne.
Finally there's a shot of Samwell Tarly (John Bradley-West) and Gilly (Hannah Murray) at the Citadel.
In Episode 4, Daenerys was looking to get the steamy deets from Missandei on Grey Worm's knowledge of the, uh, "south" when Jon suddenly appears. Will they discover some more useful information to helpJon? But flame-broiling a significant chunk of the Lannister army is not without consequences, as these photos released by HBO from the upcoming "Eastwatch" episode attest. There are only three more episodes left in season 7 before the final season brings closure to the story, but as we've already seen, the action is moving at breakneck speed.
Midway through its seventh season, Emmy-winning fantasy blockbuster "Game of Thrones" continues to captivate audiences worldwide with its addictive mix of spectacle, intrigue and drama.
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