The fate of Jon Snow is revealed. Daenerys is brought before Khal Moro. Tyrion gets used to living in Meereen. Ramsay sends his dogs after Theon and Sansa. Ellaria and the Sand Snakes make their move. Cersei mourns for Myrcella.

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SPOILER: Jon Snow is dead. Theon and Sansa flee from the Boltons. Jaime returns to King's Landing. Cersei learns of her daughters fate. Daenerys is held in captivity. Daario and Jorah pursue. Tyrion is left to oversee Meereen.

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In the books, there are no characters named Qhono, Ahko and Zanrush. See more »

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The dogs suddenly disappeared when Brienne saved Sansa and Theon. See more »

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Daario Naharis: Isn't it frustrating wanting someone who doesn't want you back?
Jorah Mormont: Of course it is.
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Slow plot progression, but a good start
25 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Last night, I saw the season premiere of Game of Thrones and from what I've got, it's really good. There are two problems I do have with this episode. I'm not going to spoil anything to those who haven't seen it, so I'm just going to point out the flaws and positive aspects.

The plot progression does get very slow and didn't advance some of the story lines left by the fifth season. Also, some of the characters were given little to do and weren't fleshed out enough. Maybe things will get better throughout the sixth season, but only time will tell. For now, everything else turned out fine.

The performances are still good, especially Lena Headey who shines with her emotional performance, the script is fine for the most part, the directing is very solid, the scenery is still gorgeous, the sets and costumes are still lavish to look at, and the music score from Ramin Djawadi is very beautiful. So, overall, not great, but a good start to Season 6. :)


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