In the aftermath of the devastating attack on King's Landing, Daenerys must face the survivors.
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This episode was watched by a record 19.3 million viewers across HBO's platforms (linear, HBO GO and HBO NOW), exceeding the previous series high of 18.4 million viewers from the previous episode. In addition, the episode was the most-watched broadcast on HBO ever, with 13.6 million viewers for its initial airing, surpassing the 13.4 million viewers of The Sopranos: For All Debts Public and Private
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The first two paragraphs of Jaime's entry in the Book of Brothers are written in the same handwriting, and this is impossible: the part about Jaime's squireship, knighthood and service at the Kingsguard was presumably written by Gerold Hightower, who was the Lord Commander then. He could not have possibly written, however, the following lines about the Sack of King's Landing and killing Aerys, because at that time he was at the Tower of Joy, and definitely could not have written the part about the pardon Robert granted Jaime - because he was already dead. That part was presumably written by his successor Barristan Selmy, hence it should have been a different handwriting. See more
Oblivion is the best I can hope for.