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Aaron Rodgers thinks he knows where Game of Thrones is going

13 August 2017, 11:42 | Myron Mathis

Aaron Rodgers thinks he knows where Game of Thrones is going

Aaron Rodgers thinks he knows where Game of Thrones is going

In the midst of the chaos and the dragons spewing fire on the field, she may have just been told the worst.

If you're still with us, you'll want to see HBO's newly released batch of preview photos for season seven's fifth episode, the title of which has been revealed to be "Eastwatch".

The scene cuts to a conversation between Varys (Conleth Hill) and Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), with the former asking the latter to make Daenerys "listen". "Bend the knee and join me, or refuse and die", Daenerys gravely remarks at the beginning of the clip. When meeting his sister Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) once more, he didn't tell her any of the important information he had discovered, instead opting to let her know how handsome she looked on the night she was raped. Based on his warm clothing he looks like he might be ready to head back home. Who says the same thing can't happen on the show?


And now it seems Sansa is suspicious of Arya too, having watched her boot Brienne of Tarth's butt with her ninja fighting skills. We also know that Daenerys is the surviving Targaryen offspring, and that Jon Snow's father is also a Targaryen. Maybe that's something that she'll try to figure out, but we're not all that sure that they're going to be all that willing to sit there and allow themselves to be measured for it...

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. Even though she has three fully grown dragons and the largest army in Westeros, she is in need of allies. The next episode titled Eastwatch is one of the most-anticipated ones, especially after the last episode ended on a cliff-hanger with Jaime's fate yet to be decided. So, the big battle against the Night's King will begin soon.

Episode 4 was simply wonderful, as it brought us the first massive dragon fight of the season. "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".



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