Jaime and Cersei welcome (later celebrate in bed) Euron Greyjoy's victory parade and appoint him admiral in reward for capturing chained Yara and the Dirnish Sand Snakes, enabling Cersei to punish Ellaria, forced to watch in chains how her daughter dies from the same slow poison as Jaime's. Despite Tyrion's mediation, Jon gets a cold welcome from Daenerys, who gives chasing Cersei priority over stopping the Winter army and demands feudal homage from Jon to 'his queen' to become her warden of the North, yet Tyrion convinces her to allow the 'potential ally' mining the dragon glass. Archmaester Ebrose releases cured Jorah, Sam only gets a congratulation and no formal punishment. The Unsullied land and successfully storm Lannister home Casterly Rock, using the secret tunnel Tyrion added to the sewage system for whoring purposes, but find the garrison tiny, while they are stranded as their ships are burnt and Jaime's army lays siege knowing supplies won't last, then marches on Tyrell ...
Did You Know?
The Lannisters move their forces deceptively against Daenerys's forces to secretly take Highgarden, similarly to the way Robb defeated the Lannisters in the battle of the Whispering Wood. See more
Daenerys mentions that Jon lost two brothers, presumably referring to Robb and Rickon. As far as they know, Bran is dead too (although he is not), therefore Daenerys should have said that Jon lost three brothers. See more
Right now, you and I and Cersei and everyone else; we're children playing at a game, screaming that the rules aren't fair.
[Turns to Tyrion
You told me you liked this man
In the time since he's met me, he's refused to call me queen, he's refused to bow, and now he's calling me a child.
I believe he's calling *all* of us children. Figure of speech.