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No One 

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Brienne arrives at Riverrun. Arya seeks shelter. Jaime meets with Edmure Tully. Cersei challenges the Faith. Sandor Clegane hunts for revenge. Tyrion faces the consequences of earlier decisions.


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George R.R. Martin (based on "A Song of Ice and Fire" by), David Benioff (created by) | 3 more credits »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Dinklage ... Tyrion Lannister
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau ... Jaime Lannister
Lena Headey ... Cersei Lannister
Emilia Clarke ... Daenerys Targaryen
Nathalie Emmanuel ... Missandei
Maisie Williams ... Arya Stark
Conleth Hill ... Lord Varys
Rory McCann ... Sandor 'The Hound' Clegane
Jerome Flynn ... Bronn
Gwendoline Christie ... Brienne of Tarth
Tom Wlaschiha ... Jaqen H'ghar
Dean-Charles Chapman ... Tommen Baratheon
Richard E. Grant ... Izembaro (voice)
Essie Davis ... Lady Crane
Julian Glover ... Grand Maester Pycelle


Arya recovers after being helped by the actress whose life she saved, Lady Crane, whom she finds murdered when she wakes up as Waif catches up with her. The Hound goes on a revenge trip and finally reunites himself with Beric. Cersei uses the Mountain to get back at the High Sparrow and his people. Then she receives the cruel news that her son, king Tommen, is manipulated by the high Sparrow to ban the trial by combat in the seven kingdoms. Brienne and Podrick reach Jaime and Bronn. Brienne makes an offer to Jaime to get him, Sansa and the Blackfish satisfied. She tries to convince the Blackfish to take his army North and help Sansa get Winterfell back. As Jaime threatens to kill Lord Edmure's son, Edmure decides to help Jaime take Riverrun. Daenerys comes back to the pyramid in Meereen. Written by Andreea D

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The second time Tyrion tries to tell his story of bringing a jackass and a honeycomb into a brothel. His first attempt was part of his "confession" to Lysa Arryn in Game of Thrones: A Golden Crown (2011). Both times he is interrupted and never finishes the story. See more »


Brienne tells the Blackfish "Ser Jaime kept his word to your niece Catelyn Stark. He sent me to find Sansa, to help her as Catelyn wanted". Actually, Jaime did not keep his word; he swore that he would return the Stark girls to their mother (Game of Thrones: The Bear and the Maiden Fair), not just help Brienne find them, and not only in respect of Sansa. Jaime had a chance to try to help Sansa escape in Game of Thrones: Two Swords, but he blew it; when Brienne reminded him his promise - he refused. See more »


Tyrion Lannister: Tell a joke!
Missandei: Two translators are on a sinking ship. The first says, "Do you know how to swim?". The second says, "No, but I can shout for help in 19 languages."
[Tyrion feigns laughing]
Grey Worm: That is the worst joke I ever heard.
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Referenced in Game of Thrones: The Last of the Starks (2019) See more »


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Written and Performed by Ramin Djawadi
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Worst Episode of the Series
15 June 2017 | by harkness78See all my reviews

While many reviews I see on IMDb talk about the show being inconsistent ("I liked this episode much more than the last 4! Show was getting boring") I generally love almost every episode. I enjoy slower scenes as long as they further character arcs and their plots against each other, which they almost always do. This is one of the 3 or 4 episodes I would rate below an 8/10. And since this is the very worst episode of the series I think a 5 is justified.

"No One" focuses heavily on the culmination of Arya's Braavos adventure, the worst plot line of the entire series besides the horribly implemented Sand Snake garbage. I enjoy the city and culture of Braavos, but 80% of the time we have been stuck in the Faceless god's shoddy cathedral, and for these last two seasons it has been apparent that none of these events are going to have any impact on the metaplot. None of these characters are going to come with Arya back to Westeros, unlike with Danyeris where at times the plot seems completely separate from Starks/Kings Landing/The North, at least you know with Dany she is going to cross and bring many of her plot threads with her.

These two seasons of Arya have basically just been about building her character up into a more ruthless killer, but all you have to do is go back to season 4 and see that she is quite a capable killer already on the road with the Hound. Her character doesn't develop emotionally, she resolutely is still the same vengeance driven victim she was from season 2 on. So basically I am saying Arya's two seasons in Braavos are filler, and this poorly directed, convenience driven action finale does nothing to redeem the arc.

Edmure Tully has been characterized as a incompetent weakling but no precedent has been made that his character would willingly betray his families honor and sacrifice his Uncles life for the life of a baby that he has never seen and was conceived though an enemy trap. The siege on Riverrun is never shown, we get one shot of the Blackfish unsheathing his sword in a stairwell, and he is killed off screen. Arya's final duel with the Nameless Girl occurs, OFFSCREEN! We have to suffer through another "Tyrion doesn't know how to relate to his former- slave advisors!" filler scene. One was enough. The fact that we haven't seen Tyrion in 2 episodes, and then this one has two quick scenes (one being filler) before the city is being sieged just emphasizes how little material they had for Tyrion this season.

I like Tyrions line about being the "Most famous Dwarf in the World," I like that Jaime gets to embrace his dark side which we haven't seen since season 2. I also enjoyed Pof and Bronn's reunion. The scenes of Cersei being further diminished are adequate. And also there has been a pattern set for the 8th episode being monumental (Hard Home, Viper v Mt), this one was a huge letdown.

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Release Date:

12 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Sibenik, Croatia

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Dolby Digital | Dolby Atmos (Blu-ray release)



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1.78 : 1
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