Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 3 breakdown

With hilarious references to the Khaleesi's never ending titles, Ser Davos" telling that he took a knife through his heart but not before his amusing introduction of the "King of the North' - the Twitter had a ball going to town coming up with memes on everything.

Some fans were impressed with the matriarch's insistence on having the last word, even as she expired. She then proceeds to poison Ellaria's daughter with the same type of poison Ellaria used to poison Cersei's daughter. That's good, because it can destroy White Walkers. Everything so far in season seven, however, has shattered that notion. She discussed allies and he pointed out that there would be no allies when everyone's an ice zombie. Viewers have to wait until the end of Episode 7 before it is revealed, though.

So now they have the conversation about him the next King of Winterfell and Bran has news. Blessed as he is with the powers of the three-eyed Raven, Sansa finds her brother a little peculiar till he recounts the exact details of the night of Sansa's wedding to Ramsay Bolton.

Finally, a "Stark" reunion happens. He proves this by talking of what Sansa had to endure up to this point. And soon he'll be starting his life going around Daenerys Targaryen. Now Sam gets to transcribe old texts to avoid expulsion from the Citadel.

Meanwhile, back at Dragonstone, Daenerys and Tyrion are talking strategies.

Dany and the other women - Ellaria, Yara Greyjoy, and Olenna Tyrell - had concocted a plan of claiming Casterly Rock - the Lannister's most powerful possession - in the previous episode.

Thanks to Tyrion's knowledge of some secret passageways, the Unsullied takes Casterly Rock. Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is seen to be checking out a huge stash of gold.

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Finally hearing Olenna confess to conspiring for Joffrey's murder was brutal, given how much Jaime truly cared for the boy plus the fact that Tyrion very almost died thanks to Olenna letting him take the fall for the regicide.

Maybe that Mad Queen fan theory about Jaime taking Cersei out will come true after all.

Now, if you are like me, you likely watched the scenes involving these two and wondered how they factor into the bigger picture. But those of us in front of the screen know this too.

"This was, once again, an exceptionally talky episode of Game of Thrones, but the action at Highgarden was a reminder of what the series can do with talk when it pairs up its strongest actors". This episode is titled "The Spoils of War", according to Comic Book Movie.

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