Sunday's Episode 4 of Game of Thrones Season 7 is rife with crucial and long-awaited moments of key characters meeting for the first time and of major characters reuniting after an extended separation while laying the groundwork for further reunions in future episodes.
We have spent so many episodes loving the character of Jaime and he got one of the most epic scenes in the show's history as he charged towards Danerys. Let's have a look on what the next one has in store for us.
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After a thrilling and nerve racking The Spoils of War episode, the stills of the Eastwatch, the fifth episode has arrived. She is paranoid and suspicious of even her most loyal supporters.
Just as Daenerys is desperate to turn the tide of battle, Jon Snow too is desperate to win allies to his cause. Imagine what three dragons can do - and we'll probably find out soon. Particularly as the sometimes shifty Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Bronn were heroic in the face of fire, while the usually morally upright Daenerys was, shall we say, a bit massacre-happy by setting an entire army alight? She's ignored Tyrion's advice, and as we watched the Lannister soldiers screaming in agony as they burnt alive - reduced to nothing but a pile of ash - we realised what she was capable of.
However, while the above managed to blend into the background, Ed and his ginger locks were a blindingly obvious addition to the Game of Thrones cast, mainly because he is the first celebrity to actually get a speaking part.
There are many popular theories out there about where Game of Thrones is going. "It's just the two of them in a small space, standing near each other, and us just watching that and feeling the heat of that".
Meanwhile, at Dragonstone, Jon Snow meets Theon Greyjoy.