The episode begins with Bronn and Jaime surface gasping from the river.
For several episodes, then, we've been building toward something - hopefully not an overly awful something, but probably at least moderately terrible - happening at Eastwatch. Clearly, he is conflicted between supporting Daenerys Targaryen and his own people. Not much of a choice, is it? There were nearly too many intimate moments to list, but seven hells, we'll try: There's the way Lord Randyll Tarly reached out to hold his son Dickon's arm, one last act of fatherly love before their fiery execution.
His twisted devotion to his sister, Cersei, has kept him going, but can that sustain him anymore? He's clearly got a taste for warhammers like his daddy, and seems eager to leave King's Landing. You can either join her and fight for freedom, or be incinerated by one of her three flying Godzillas. Jaime is anxious about what three dragons can do having seen one in action. His army had been decimated by Daenerys atop the biggest of her dragons, Drogon, and her attacking Dothraki hordes. Since her training with No One, the youngest Stark daughter has more than proved herself as a master assassin, but now she gets to employ those stealth espionage tactics to see what's up with Littlefinger. This really is something that Cersei would have said. And there's the mix of regret and rage on Samwell Tarly's face as he departs the Citadel, sacrificing his dreams for the greater good. However, she then seduced him in order to leech his blood for a sacrifice to the Lord of Light before locking him in a cell under Dragonstone. Is that a sign of jealousy on Jon's face? Sling TV, like the other services mentioned, offers access to the Game of Thrones "Eastwatch" live stream and the entire HBO on-demand library. And unlike the last three times, she's not going to keep quiet about the fact that her brother is the father.
In the seconds-long clip, a ferocious Drogon approaches the stalwart Jon Snow. Jon says he will go with him, and Davos says he can smuggle anybody into King's Landing. It also shows Arya with Sansa, maybe telling her what Littlefinger (Aiden Gillen) is up to? Snow, Mormont, Davos and Gendry leave by their launch.
That warhammer was King Robert's signature weapon, which makes Gendry's choice not only sentimental but also incredibly badass. He uses it on unsuspecting gold cloaks when he, Davos and Tyrion are confronted with two of them. Will they meet? Will Jaime be captured? After attending a jousting tournament, Rhaegar fell for Lyanna and the impact of that is still being felt in Westeros because at the time, Rhaegar was married to Elia Martell, and had two children with her: Aegon and Rhaeneys. This was, after all, one crucial event that led to Robert's Rebellion which resulted in the overthrow of the 'Mad King' Aerys II Targaryen. The plan is for the men to head beyond the wall and capture one of the wights of the army of the dead and bring it south to the parley as proof that the White Walkers and the army is real.