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The Dragon and the Wolf 

Everyone meets in King's Landing to discuss the fate of the realm. In Winterfell, Sansa confronts Arya. Sam reaches Winterfell, where he and Bran discover a shocking secret about Jon Snow.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Tyrion Lannister
... Jaime Lannister
... Cersei Lannister
... Daenerys Targaryen
... Jon Snow
... Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish
... Davos Seaworth
... Sansa Stark
... Arya Stark
... Missandei
... Theon Greyjoy
... Samwell Tarly
... Bran Stark
... Lord Varys
... Bronn


In King's Landing a grand meeting takes place. Theon makes amends and rescue plans. Sansa punishes those who wronged her family. Jaime confronts Cersei. The complete truth of Jon's lineage is revealed. The army of the dead reaches the Wall.

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27 August 2017 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Lena Headey finally shares a scene with Emilia Clarke; both have played Sarah Connor, the female protagonist of the Terminator film series, originally played by Linda Hamilton in The Terminator (1984). Lena played her in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008), and Emilia assumed the role in Terminator Genisys (2015). Emilia went on record stating Sarah Connor's character inspired her to play Daenerys. In the Terminator films, Sarah Connor starts off as an ordinary frightened young woman, who becomes a tough modern day warrior; in the series, Daenerys changes from a frightened young woman to a powerful, strong, confident and courageous woman. See more »


Arya accuses Littlefinger, "You told our mother this knife belonged to Tyrion Lannister. But that was another one of your lies. It was yours." Littlefinger never denied the knife originally belonged to him - he said that outright in Game of Thrones: Lord Snow. His lie was about the identity of the person to whom he lost the knife in a bet, which was not Tyrion but Robert. See more »


[Tyrion is escorted by Ser Gregor Clegane to Cersei]
Cersei Lannister: [referring to Daenerys] I shouldn't be surprised. I suppose she's your kind of woman. A foreign whore who doesn't know her place.
Tyrion Lannister: A foreign whore you can't abduct, beat or intimidate. That must be difficult for you.
Cersei Lannister: [hatefully] So you bring her here with her pet Northerner, whom you've convinced to bow down before her.
Tyrion Lannister: I didn't know about that...
Cersei Lannister: And now you've got both working towards the same goal, the goal you've been working towards your ...
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References Game of Thrones: First of His Name (2014) See more »


Game of Thrones Main Title Theme
Written by Ramin Djawadi
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A few quick words on "Game of Thrones" Season 7 (2017)
29 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

After finishing its seventh season, I've reached the point where I'd name "Game of Thrones" as the best fantasy I've ever read or seen. It's also among the best television I've ever seen, period. I'd cheerfully rate this penultimate season a perfect 10.

I do understand some of the criticisms I've read from other fans. Yes, this shorter, more eventful, seven-episode arc could seem a little rushed when compared with prior seasons. And certain plot points in the last several episodes here are easy to nitpick.

But I can't give less than a perfect rating to a show that I enjoyed this much. Season 7 added great action and special effects, lots of momentum, frightening horror, and some long-awaited conclusions to story arcs that began back in Season 1. And the show still has the best dialogue of any current television show that I'm aware of, usually supported by terrific acting.

I won't say more for fear of spoilers. But I obviously loved this season.

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