Jaime is faced by his past mistakes. Tyrion's decisions are seen with doubt. The Battle of Winterfell is discussed tactically. Sansa and Danaerys discuss the future. The remaining Night's Watch are reunited. Everyone prepares emotionally with thoughts of their fate.
Did You Know?
This episode ignited a minor controversy: nearly a dozen reviews referred to it as a "bottle episode", a term defined by Merriam-Webster, coincidentally only added days before, as "an inexpensively produced episode of television that is typically confined to one setting". Other television writers argued the episode was too expansive to warrant using the term. See more
Jaime claims that everything he did (including the killing of Aerys) was for his house and his family. Actually, he did it to prevent Aerys from killing the residents of King's Landing by wildfire (Game of Thrones: Kissed by Fire
). See more
When was the last time you fought for anyone but yourself?
Sandor 'The Hound' Clegane
I fought for you, didn't I?
SPOILER: The song "Jenny of Oldstones" plays over the closing credits. The song is about a royal scion who gave up the throne for the love of his life, which reflects upon Jon and Daenerys's relationship. See more