The most anticipated moment in Game Of Thrones history happened in today’s episode named the Queen’s Justice. Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen finally met at Dragonstone, but they’re still quite far away from what is expected from them according to the fan theories (marriage alliance and taking down the Army of the Dead with ice and fire). Without further ado, let’s dive into another brilliant episode where a lot of things happened. Here’s the Queen’s Justice review, taking a look back at the biggest moment from the third episode of season 7 –
The big meet
Yes, it happened. Fire and ice met. Jon came to Dragonstone, not to bend the knee, but to ask for help from Daenerys to help him against the White Walkers, because with three dragons, the living have a better chance. But Daenerys doesn’t want to leave it all and travel to the North to fight against an army she doesn’t even believe exists. Frankly, it’s too much to expect from her because she’s only just met Jon. But her not believing is also kind of ignorant because the Night King is real and his army will destroy every living person. There won’t really be an Iron Throne to fight for if that happens. However, it’s too soon to tell what is going to happen. Denying to accompany him to the North where the real war lies, she gives him permission to mine for dragonglass beneath Dragonstone. This will also be helpful to Jon, not as much as fighting with three fully grown dragons though. Let’s see what the other episodes have in store for these two.
Tyrion Lannister’s wit is something we have been seeing since Season 1 and even in his toughest time when he was imprisoned for a crime he didn’t even commit, he never failed to make us laugh. In the first episode, they didn’t give Tyrion any dialogues probably because there’s a lot he said in this episode. From a witty banter with Jon to welcome him to Dragonstone, to giving “wise old preaching” to Daenerys, Tyrion Lannister was at his best in this episode. It wasn’t all fun and games though. He did tell Jon to try harder and not give up just because Daenerys is having a hard time believing in his White Walker story. He convinces Daenerys to let Jon take the dragonglass hidden beneath the castle, which is the least she could do for him. His military plans may have failed terribly but at least we know, his wit isn’t going anywhere.
The big reunion
A Stark reunion happened amidst all the chaos going on in the South. We expected Arya and Sansa meeting, but turns out it was Bran who was able to arrive to Winterfell before his little sister. Bran and Meera reach Winterfell, where Sansa, the now Wardeness of the North is very happy to see her little brother. Bran however, isn’t really interested in showing emotions. When the two chat alone under the Weirwood tree, Sansa tells Bran how he is the last surviving son of Ned Stark, which makes him first in command. Bran tells her how he can’t accept the title because he’s the Three-Eyed Raven, something Sansa doesn’t quite understand. He tries to explain her how he can see things that happened in the past and will happen in the future, and goes on to remind her of the tormented night when she got married to Ramsay Bolton and eventually raped. Making her relive the horrors was I don’t know what kind of move, but Sansa walked away not knowing what to say as Bran has returned as some emotionless robot who doesn’t know what to say and to whom. Get your act together, Stark boy.
Last episode we got to know what was Euron’s big gift to Cersei, and we were happy it wasn’t Tyrion. Euron captured Ellaria and Tyene Sand, along with his niece Yara. He gave Ellaria and Tyene to Cersei as a gift, as it was Ellaria who poisoned Myrcella while she was on the way back to King’s Landing. He kept Yara as his prisoner, and we don’t know what he’s going to do with her. Euron and his evil grin are welcomed by the people at King’s Landing, something that he enjoys. He tells Cersei that he has fulfilled his promise, and Cersei promises to give him whatever he wants after the war is over. Making Euron and his fleet an ally, she makes him the Commander of the Naval forces. Euron asks some inappropriate questions to Jaime, which makes him want to smack that evil grin off his face, but he can’t. Cersei then poisons Tyene in front of Ellaria, with the same poison that was used on her daughter, in the same way, forcing Ellaria to wait for her daughter’s death. Quite brutal, I must say. But this was the Queen’s Justice.
In the last episode we saw Sam trying to cure Jorah’s greyscale with an unorthodox method that is forbidden in the Citadel. Sam has become Harry Potter, breaking the rules, entering the restricted section and doing everything he’s not expected to do. Good news is that Jorah’s greyscale is cured because of Sam. Archmaester Ebrose is astonished and also a little proud of his disciple who has done this, all by himself, but he clearly doesn’t know how to reward him. Jorah Mormont, cured of his illness, leaves the Citadel to advise his beloved Khaleesi, and we’re all happy for him.
Things aren’t looking too good military wise for Daenerys. She has Casterly Rock, but she had to pay a big price for it. More of her fleet is destroyed by Euron at Casterly Rock. Greyworm does say siege on the castle but it’s good for nothing as only a part of the Lannister army were defending it. The much larger chunk of the army were at Highgarden, crushing Olenna Tyrell’s men. She is informed about the loss of the Greyjoy fleet as well, which happened in the last episode. Jaime reveals that this was a part of their plan. They left only some men to protect Casterly Rock on purpose, so that they could defeat one of Daenerys’s important allies. This was indeed a wicked move by Cersei, and this is definitely where she won. We all have to give it to her military tactics.
The last chat between Jaime and Olenna Tyrell was an important part of the episode. After defeating the Tyrell army, Jaime heads to Olenna’s chamber who is kind of waiting for her death. He puts out two wine glasses and puts poison in one of them. He tells Olenna how Cersei has different plans to kill her, but Jaime suggested a painless one, poisoning her wine. Olenna, in her last moments, uses the time to tell Jaime how he’s completely foolish to believe in his sister. She also tells him that Cersei will be the end of him, but Jaime quietly declines to dicuss this with her. Picking up her glass, she reveals how she was the one who poisoned Joffrey, and not Tyrion who was imprisoned wrongfully. She asks Jaime to tell Cersei that she murdered her son, and the look on Jaime’s face is priceless. However, the look of Cersei’s face is going to be more important, and maybe she would realize how she not only falsely accused Tyrion of murdering Joffrey, but also wanted him to die for something he didn’t even do. Cannot wait for that moment at all.
With only four episodes remaining for this season to end, the wait gets harder than ever. It’s going to be fun to see Dany’s next move and also what Tyrion has to say about his master plan. For now, Cersei is definitely smashing it for now. But if the show has taught us anything all these years, it’s that happiness doesn’t stay for long with anyone. In the next preview that you can watch below, it’s clear the things are going to get real. Daenerys has never been the one to sit and watch her world crashing. She’s going to fight back, that too with a move that’s going to destroy all of Cersei’s hopes, and eventually, her life maybe? (That’s something Jaime will do though)
Fire is coming.
The final two seasons of Game of Thrones were hurt considerably by the limited number of episodes. Many fans of the hit HBO series felt that both seasons were rushed, with several arcs either hurried or abandoned.What happened in Season 7 Episode 3 of got? ›
In the episode, Jon Snow and Davos Seaworth meet with Daenerys Targaryen on Dragonstone, from whom Jon asks for aid in defeating the White Walkers, but Daenerys expresses her desire to take the Iron Throne first.What is the review of Game of Thrones Season 7? ›
The HBO drama opened its seventh season with an unexpected but satisfying bit of revenge and then pulled back to take the temperature of our core players. Every single episode in this season felt like it was integral to the overall storyline and everyone felt like they were being used to their fullest potential.What was the best season of Game of Thrones? ›
- 1 Season 4 — 97% HBO.
- 2 Season 3 — 96% HBO. ...
- 3 Season 2 — 96% Warner Bros. ...
- 4 Season 6 — 94% Warner Bros. ...
- 5 Season 5 — 93% HBO. ...
- 6 Season 7 — 93% Warner Bros. ...
- 7 Season 1 — 90% HBO. ...
- 8 Season 8 — 55% HBO. ...
While the performances, production values and music score were praised, criticism was mainly directed at the shorter runtime of the season as well as numerous creative decisions made by the showrunners regarding the plot and character arcs. Many commentators deemed it to be a disappointing conclusion to the series.Who does aria sleep with in got? ›
Williams had long been under the assumption that Arya identified as queer. The character has sex with Gendry in “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” the second episode of the show's eighth and final season.Does grey worm take Casterly Rock? ›
And while Grey Worm and the Unsullied did win a victory in taking Casterly Rock, they now seem to be stuck there.Who burned the bodies in Game of Thrones? ›
After Theon Greyjoy captures Winterfell, Osha helps Bran and his younger brother Rickon go into hiding. To cement his claim on Winterfell, Theon has two orphan boys killed and their bodies burned, and passes their charred corpses off as Bran and Rickon.What is the highest rated episode of Game of Thrones? ›
1 "The Rains Of Castamere" Is Game Of Thrones At Its Ruthless Best (9.9)How old is Arya Stark in season 7 of Game of Thrones? ›
In GOT's final season, Sansa is 20, Arya is 18, and Bran, now the Three-Eyed-Raven, is 17.
Aged 13 in the book series, Daenerys Targaryen is a child bride married off to Khal Drogo. Game of Thrones ages her up to 16/17 for the beginning of Season 1. By the final season, Daenerys would be around 24 years of age, approximately ten years younger than actress Emilia Clarke.Who is the most evil character in Game of Thrones? ›
Easily the most callous, dastardly, and self-destructive villain in HBO's Game of Thrones universe, Cersei Lannister was, at points, television's most despised character, as her thirst for power and hatred of her brother, fan-favorite Tyrion Lannister, put her at direct odds with the heroes of our story.Who is the most Favourite character in Game of Thrones? ›
According to the network, Daenerys Targaryen is the most popular female "Game of Thrones" character in Ohio, and Gregor Clegane, known as "the Mountain," is the most popular male character.Who is the most loved in Game of Thrones? ›
Arya is arguably Thrones' most beloved character and rightfully so. Born the third child of Ned and Catelyn Stark, Arya is noted for being like her late Aunt Lyanna with her love for horses, adventure, and mischief.
As theorised by Samwell Tarly in the finale, the dragon flew her to Volantis, where she'd grown up in exile after the death of her father, and cremated her body in line with family tradition.Is there a Jon Snow spin off? ›
"Yes, there is a Jon Snow show in development," Thrones author George R. R. Martin wrote on his blog after the news came out.Is daenerys pregnant in season 8? ›
Daenerys was pregnant in an alternate ending of season 8, but the scene got discarded as an explanation was missing and little is known about it because it was never released.Who does Aria get pregnant by? ›
Does Aria have a baby in Pretty Little Liars? After the second episode it was revealed that Aria and Ezra adopted a baby girl who they named Katherine Ella.Does Aria ever have a baby? ›
Two years later, while “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” was airing, the official Twitter account revealed that Ezra and Aria had adopted a daughter and named her Katherine Ella, the middle name being a tribute to Aria's mom.Who is Sansa Stark in love with? ›
|Family||House Stark House Lannister (by marriage) House Baelish (by alias)|
|Spouses||Tyrion Lannister Ramsay Bolton (television only)|
|Significant others||Joffrey Baratheon (former betrothed) Willas Tyrell (former betrothed) Harrold Hardyng (betrothed)|
Tywin's brother Kevan Lannister is marked as a lord of Casterly Rock in The World of Ice & Fire.Who inherits Casterly Rock? ›
Tyrion Lannister is Lord of Casterly Rock, inheriting the claim from his father Tywin Lannister and officially inheriting the title from his sister Cersei Lannister.Do we ever see Casterly Rock? ›
Although it's incredibly important to the politics of “Game of Thrones,” there's a major location we have yet to see in the HBO show: Casterly Rock. The seat of House Lannister, Casterly Rock was referred to by Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) as the true seat of power in Westeros.Why did Daenerys did not burn? ›
She is called The Unburnt because she walked into the flames and lived. But her brother sure as hell wasn't immune to that molten gold. Daenerys survived the flames when her dragons were born thanks to a mysterious, magical mix of Mirri Maz Duur, sacrifice, and dragon eggs.Did Bran warg into Drogon? ›
There's Proof That Bran Warged Into Drogon and Destroyed King's Landing. Hear me out. Fans already think Bran Stark is fully evil on Game of Thrones, and now there's even more proof. A new theory speculates that Daenerys didn't destroy King's Landing—Bran did, thanks to warging into Drogon.What children did Theon Greyjoy burn? ›
Unwilling to appear weak, he has Dagmer murder two boys, Jack and Billy, from a farm and burn their bodies.What is the lowest rated episode of Game of Thrones? ›
Season 8, Episode 6, "The Iron Throne" - 48
It's a unique kind of pain when a show's finale is the worst-ranked episode of the series. Unfortunately, that's the case for Game of Thrones, with the infamous final episode rubbing salt in the wounds of many watchers.
"The Spoils of War" was written by the series' creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. The episode is the series' shortest episode to date.How much older is Gendry than Arya? ›
The A Song of Ice and Fire novels explicitly indicate that Gendry is about five years older than Arya, which would have put him at 16 in season one and 23 currently.How much older is Sansa than Arya? ›
Sansa Stark is two years older than her sister Arya, which means that she's about 20 years old on the show. Sophie Turner is 23 in real life.
On-screen, Joffrey is quite a bit older, beginning season 1 at 16 and dying around the 20 mark. Like the other young actors, Jack Gleeson was a few years older than Joffrey when portraying the young Lannister king.Who is the oldest dragon in Game of Thrones? ›
Balerion the Black Dread
The largest and eldest of all the Targaryen dragons, Balerion was flown by Aegon the Conqueror and later became the steed of King Viserys I. The black and red mal dragon has died by the time House of the Dragon begins, but his massive skull can be seen on display at the Red Keep.
What is the age difference between Daenerys and Jon Snow? Now, according to Game of Thrones Wiki fan page, Jon was born in 281 AL (AL = Aegon's Landing) and Dany was born in 282 AL, so there's actually just one year in age between the pair.Why do people not like Game of Thrones last season? ›
Critics and fans believed that the show took a turn for the worse due to too many plot holes, inferior writers, and a shortened season. The show no longer had the original books to guide them, too.Why is got season 8 so dark? ›
Wagner says that the majority of the darkness in the episode is thanks to the night-time shoot, with the rest of the atmosphere produced on-set through lighting choices. “Another look would have been wrong,” he says. “Everything we wanted people to see is there.”How did Game of Thrones cast feel about season 8? ›
Like clockwork, a Game of Thrones cast member has publicly expressed their frustration with the final season immediately after a major turning point for their character. Conleth Hill, who played Lord Varys in the hit HBO show, has said that 'the last couple seasons weren't my favourite'.Why is Game of Thrones season 7 so short? ›
That delay is because the show's executive producers, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, wanted to start shooting later in the year to reflect that winter actually is coming to Westeros.Who lasts the longest in Game of Thrones? ›
Ser Bronn of the Blackwater miraculously outlived most other soldiers on the show and was made Lord of the Reach. Bronn got his way and was named Lord of Highgarden and the Reach, and Master of Coin to boot. Now he'll serve under Tyrion Lannister in King's Landing.Which character has more fans in Game of Thrones? ›
According to the network, Daenerys Targaryen is the most popular female "Game of Thrones" character in Ohio, and Gregor Clegane, known as "the Mountain," is the most popular male character.
Game of Thrones viewers have complained of numerous episodes of the series being too dark to see anything, most famously the season eight episode “The Long Night.” When that episode aired, people were so unable to see anything happening on screen it became as big a topic of conversation that night as the episode itself ...What was the darkest battle in Game of Thrones? ›
The latest episode's lighting has sparked debate—and even its cinematographer is chiming in.Who turned down roles in Game of Thrones? ›
Brian Cox says he turned down a Game of Thrones role because it paid too little. The Succession star also addresses "Harry f---ing Potter." It seems Brian Cox almost ruled the Seven Kingdoms and the Waystar Royco empire.Who was pregnant while filming Game of Thrones? ›
While filming season one of Game of Thrones in 2010, Headey was pregnant with her first child Wylie. The producers decided to use a body double, while also dressing Headey in long flowing dresses and robes to hide the pregnancy.How did Emilia Clarke feel about the ending of Game of Thrones? ›
Clarke admitted she was frustrated that Daenerys didn't get a happy ending, but described the show as a “gift” for her as an actor. When asked if she was happy the show ended when it did, she described happy as “a funny word,” adding, “The show was so big. I was a small cog in a very, very, very big machine.”Did anyone get hurt filming Game of Thrones? ›
A stunt performer from Game of Thrones is suing over an injury sustained while filming the Battle of Winterfell. Among other reasons, the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones was notable because it includes the longest battle sequence ever put to film.How old is Jon Snow in season 7? ›
Season 7 of the hit show is currently set in the year 304 AL, which makes Snow approximately 23-years-old and Dany aged 22, give or take a few months.Why did D&D rushed Game of Thrones? ›
Part of the rush came, reportedly, from Weiss and Benioff wanting to leave the show behind to pursue Star Wars and other projects because of the fame they gained from Game of Thrones (they are, notably, no longer associated with Star Wars).How old is cersei in Got season 7? ›
Jaime & Cersei Lannister
Both Jaime and Cersei Lannister are 35/36 as the Game of Thrones kicks off, reaching 43 by the final season and presumably enjoying extravagant 40th birthday parties in between incestuous romps and repelling angry Northerners.