'Game of Thrones' Fights a Shocking, Game-Changing Battle at King's Landing

'Game of Thrones' Fights a Shocking, Game-Changing Battle at King's Landing

'Game of Thrones' Fights a Shocking, Game-Changing Battle at King's Landing

Whoops. Forget the Varys thing, what about this same episode when he let Jaime out of his cell in maybe his stupidest and most emotionally blind plan ever?

Now, she's seemingly poised to take out the new tyrant at the top (must she do *everything*?).

She thought about it. she thought about it. but in the end, Daenerys proved to be just as mad and cruel as her father.

Actress Lena Headey spoke to EW about the character's final moments. That's a big deal: The show usually stuffs the penultimate episode of each season with enormous set pieces, such as the Battle of the Bastards and the Battle of the Blackwater, or insane twists, such as the Red Wedding. Given Cersei's long list of murderous sins, the character by all rights should be considered GoT's outright villain. "You will always be my queen", he says.

Dany, hearing the bells, seems to lose her mind.

It's hard to tell from one brief clip, but the way Daenerys walks out to greet her army doesn't indicate that she's feeling any regrets about burning King's Landing to the ground. On the other hand, Cersei has more than 20,000 men from Golden Company, who are commanded by vicious Euron Greyjoy. When they discover the passage is blocked, he comforts Cersei as they wait for the inevitable. That might be the only reason Arya sticks around - she might fear her brother cousin (Jon) is too stupid or afraid to kill Dany.

There are all kinds of questions to ponder this week in the run-up to the finale - will Dany, Arya and Jon all perish in the battle to come?

And the pairings ended with a major one - Jaime and Cersei sharing their final moments together before the roof came crashing down on them. "If Cersei hadn't betrayed her, if she hadn't killed Missandei... then we might not have seen this side of Daenerys Targaryen".

And who does she blame most of all?

But the actress said she later realised it was the "perfect end" after speaking to her co-star Nikolaj, 48, about the bittersweet scene.

"I believe that Drogon disappeared in season four to protect his baby dragons until they were swole and next week we're going to see an army of angsty teen dragons fuck up King's Landing", a fan wrote on Twitter. "There was a great sense of grief and an enormous amount of gratitude going on". She threatens Tyrion. If he fails her again, it'll be the last time. "Jaime talked about dying in the arms of the woman he loved, and this is it", Benioff said. While it would be considered a massive betrayal, the Mother of Dragons actually sees it as Jon's fault for spilling the beans to Sansa in the first place. The stuff with Sophie early on.

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