New Photos from Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6 – “Beyond the Wall”

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Today, HBO officially released a huge batch of images from next weekend’s new episode of Game of Thrones, the sixth and penultimate of season seven! The episode will be titled “Beyond the Wall,” no doubt inspired by the dangerous expedition Jon Snow and his cohorts set out on at the end of last week’s episode. How are they faring? Let’s have a look!

As usual, Iain Glen looks beautiful in anything, even the frozen North.

Beyond the Wall Jorah

It’s hard to glean much info from these close-up photos but with it snowing, that can’t make the traveling easy for Jon and company. And where the cold winds blow, there’s White Walkers…Jon Snow Beyond the Wall

This temperature probably feels about normal to wilding Tormund. So he’s likely thinking about lunch and the Big Woman.Tormund Beyond the Wall

Beric Dondarrion and Jon confer in this shot. What about- their next move? How exactly do they plan to snag one wight without running into a host of others?

Beric Jon Beyond the Wall

Here’s Beric’s beautiful money shot in HD, as glimpsed in the pre-season trailers, with his sword ablaze. I never get tired of this, and can’t wait to see him taking out whatever dead thing inspire him to light it up this time.

Beric Beyond the Wall

A bit hard to see in the snowy haze, as the weather has worsened by this point, but HBO’s captions helpfully inform us that this is Iain Glen (Jorah), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), and Kristofer Hivju (Tormund). The men are in a circle, a sight we’ve seen in trailers pre-season. Now we know for sure who is up there, beyond the wall. Getting into a circle is usually a tactic people use when they might be surrounded, and need to make sure allies are at their back. So this does not look good for our Magnificent Seven.Beyond the Wall group

Another close-up, tight on Jon Snow, with sword raised high. Jon Snow Beyond the Wall sword

No, we’re not just going beyond the Wall in this episode. We’re still popping down to Dragonstone and Winterfell, apparently. Here we see Daenerys in a lovely white gown, speaking with her Hand of the Queen Tyrion while her children surround them.

Dany Tyrion Beyond the Wall

The conversations continue inside at another point, when Daenerys’ outfit has changed, from white to black, and to a much more intimate and less intimidating setting. Will Tyrion question Dany’s actions of late?

Tyrion Daenerys Beyond the Wall

Up at Winterfell, the tension between the Stark sisters appears to be growing greater. Arya gazes out with a tight look on her face; Sansa behind her appears concerned.Sansa Arya Beyond the Wall

Brienne approaches her lady Sansa here, as Sansa shuffles through some papers. Do these have something to do with Littlefinger’s machinations, set into motion last week in “Eastwatch”?

Sansa Brienne Beyond the Wall

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    1. That’s the title :/ I was hoping for “Death is the Enemy” It sounded better but whatever! lol

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    2. Episode titles have been pretty blah for me this year.

      Even more uninspiring/literal than usual. No symbolism/theme whatsoever.

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    3. Sweet! We’re finally going to see a close up of the other dragons – alongside Drogon. I don’t think they’ve landed since Meereen. Must be tired by now. 😛

      Daenerys’ white outfit looks awesome!!

      I’m anxious to hear the fireside conversation between D & T. That should be a good one.

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    4. Clob,

      Agreed! Can’t wait to see how Rhaegal looks compared to Drogon. And Dany’s white gown looks A-mazing!!! Had to do a closeup of the image but hoping to see more of that gown on Sunday!

      And since it looks like the Magnificent 7 are walking around, I’m hoping we hear some conversation topics that weren’t discussed during Eastwatch like where the rest of the Brotherhood is, Arya, etc.

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    5. Dark Sister:
      Clob,

      Agreed! Can’t wait to see how Rhaegal looks compared to Drogon. And Dany’s white gown looks A-mazing!!! Had to do a closeup of the image but hoping to see more of that gown on Sunday!

      And since it looks like the Magnificent 7 are walking around, I’m hoping we hear some conversation topics that weren’t discussed during Eastwatch like where the rest of the Brotherhood is, Arya, etc.

      What do you mean? Thoros and Beric are with them.

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    6. Could someone please explain to me why they want to bring a wight to Cersei? I haven’t seen any convincing argument yet…
      Thanks!

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    7. The Mystery deepens….

      Did Jon Snow use Dragonglass from Dragonstone to make weapons?

      and if he did…

      Did Jon Snow bring the dragonglass weapons with him “Beyond the Wall”?

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    8. Episode titles really don’t matter, but I will say that I much preferred “Death is the Enemy” (and not just because my dude Beric says that line in the trailer, and it sounds suitably badass). Alas. The longer HBO was holding out, the more I was starting to wonder if the title was something spoilery, but no. “Beyond the Wall” is a perfectly acceptable title for an hour that has the potential to be an all-timer.

      My anticipation for the episode remains unspeakably high. All of these pictures are gorgeous. It’s going to be a treat to have Alan Taylor in the director’s chair once again. He was the Miguel Sapochnik of his day back in Seasons 1 and 2, and he never had a budget like this to work with. Judging from the absolutely stunning shots that we’ve glimpsed in the trailers and these promotional images, it certainly appears that he took full advantage of it.

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    9. I think people are being too rush to judge the episode titles this season. “Beyond the wall” might still carry multiple meanings, like “beyond the wall” our protagonists built around themselves (like Arya’s, Dany’s, etc etc.) I remember being a little bit disappointed with the title “The Children” the first time I heard it, but after watching the episode, it made so much sense!! And there were so many layers to that title. So I will wait and see before passing a sentence this time.

      These pics look amazing and I cannot wait until Sunday!!! (F*ck the leaks)

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    10. Jack Bauer 24: Jack Bauer 24
      What do you mean? Thoros and Beric are with them.

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      There were about 4 or 5 others with them episode 1.
      What became of Anguy? Never explained.

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    11. Jack Bauer 24,

      Yeah but those are only two men of the BwB. In episode 1 of this season we see the Hound and more men than Thoros &Beric go to that hut with the dead father & child. Also last season when the Hound was hunting the BwB dissenters who killed all those villagers & brother Ray – there was plenty more members. My rationale is that maybe Thoros, Beric & the Hound were the only ones heading to the Wall while other members of the BwB stayed behind somewhere else… but who knows?

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    12. Belacel:
      Could someone please explain to me why they want to bring a wight to Cersei? I haven’t seen any convincing argument yet…
      Thanks!

      Because the idea/plan came from Tyrion and Tyrion is… Clever

      and all of Tyrion’s clever ideas/plans work out so well 🙂

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    13. Belacel:
      Could someone please explain to me why they want to bring a wight to Cersei? I haven’t seen any convincing argument yet…
      Thanks!

      Belacel,

      It’s to convince everyone that the threat is real, so they stop fighting for the Iron Throne and focus on defeating the threat beyond the wall.

      I don’t think anyone is really thinking that Cersei will listen to any of it, but Tyrion is hoping that Jaime will believe it enough so that Jaime can convince Cersei to take the threat seriously.

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    14. Beyond hyped for this!!!!

      The struggle has been real today I won’t lie but I shall persevere and watch this episode how it deserves to be watched, in pure HD.

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    15. firstone:
      The Mystery deepens….

      Did Jon Snow use Dragonglass from Dragonstone to make weapons?

      and if he did…

      Did Jon Snow bring the dragonglass weapons with him “Beyond the Wall”?

      Jorah was loading a crate on the boat before they left pretty sure it was Dragon glass. Jon doesn’t need it though he has Longclaw.

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    16. Boojam,

      Anguy is unlikely to ever be mentioned again, which is a minor shame, because he was a cool character. But I have no problem with him disappearing – this isn’t a Gendry situation. The Brotherhood Without Banners lead incredibly dangerous lives, conducting raids on groups of armed soldiers throughout the Riverlands, and we didn’t see them for several years. It’s easy to believe that Anguy may have died conducting one of those raids during the intervening years. Or, if you prefer a happier explanation, he went home to the Dornish Marches. Either way, his absence is easy to rationalize.

      (I do remember there were rumors about Phillip McGinley returning to the show last year, but they ultimately proved false. Maybe they tried to get him back, and the schedules didn’t work out).

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    17. Belacel,

      It’s to stop everyone from fighting and join together to defeat a common enemy. Also, Dany, the person who Jon wants to join him most, won’t abandon the fight with Cersei to go north unless she can be persuaded the fight against the WW should be her no 1 priority and some kind of armistice is reached.

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    18. That shot of Dany and Tyrion walking between the dragons is everything.

      Whatever Sansa is holding is too big to be a scroll. My guesses:

      1) An order to execute Littlefinger. She’s about to give it to Brienne
      2) A letter from Arya, in which she expresses disgust for Sansa and declares her an enemy. And also, to ask her to have the servants do her laundry.
      3) A note from the Knights of the Vale, saying they are peacing out.
      4) A note from Edmure, asking for someone to come help clean up all the Frey poop
      5) A letter from Danyerys, asking Sansa what kind of cologne Jon likes

      And really? We’re bitching about episode titles? At this point, given the leaks and spoilers, D&D should say “We’re calling it Episode 7. Shut up and like it.”

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    19. Dark Sister:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      I’m assuming the left is Rhaegal because he has a greener tint. And it looks like Drogon is to the right because he’s slightly bigger.

      I’d agree with that – Drogon and one of the others. I’d like to see some recognition of Tyrion from Rhaegal and/or Viserion. Twould be cool if they nose-nudged him or something. 🙂

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    20. Jack Bauer 24: Jorah was loading a crate on the boat before they left pretty sure it was Dragon glass. Jon doesn’t need it though he has Longclaw.

      I am glad Longclaw will work for everyone else too!!!!!

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    21. Hype!!!!
      Skipped the pics and the preview but I’m excited!!! The title is pretty obvious and I love it.

      Gotta tread carefully because of you know what!!!!!

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    22. Belacel:
      Could someone please explain to me why they want to bring a wight to Cersei? I haven’t seen any convincing argument yet…
      Thanks!

      Because she needs to be shown actual proof to believe it herself. According to Tyrion Cersei just thinks it’s made up stories to frighten children. If there’s proof they can stop the fighting and focus on White Walkers together and not worried about Cersei waging war and stealing the country while Danny and company are distracted.

      As far as how silly the idea going beyond the wall to capture a Wight sounds, it’s up to you.
      But if J.R.R Tolkien can have hairy feet Hobbit with no fighting skills go to Mordor and succeed. I think I’ll have some faith in Jon and the crew.

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    23. Belacel,

      It’s not the most well-conceived plan. But, from Dany’s point of view, it makes a little sense.

      She doesn’t want war with the North. It would be easier for her if she didn’t have it, plus, she likes Jon.

      Jon really just wants someone to listen to him and she did. She agreed to listen if he came back with evidence. So far, all it’s cost her is some dragonglass and the services of Jorah, who she really didn’t expect to come back anyway and who she really doesn’t need to conquer King’s Landing.

      Now, my expectation is that if the Dream Team shows up with evidence, then Cersei is gonna be like: “Fine. I’ll order Jaime to go help you. Bronn too. K-Bye.”

      Meanwhile, she gets to be queen longer.

      If Dany was smart, she’d say: “I’ll help you. Two dragons and 1,000 soldiers. That’s your help. The rest have to stay here and defend Dragonstone. Then, your ass better be on its knees faster than you can smolder at a cat.”

      And if Jon was smart, he’d say: “You help us and I will personally guarantee 10,000 Northmen and Valeman will be storming King’s Landing for you. And if you can convince those pig-headed morons up North to bend the knee without burning them, I will abdicate and bend the knee too.”

      Dany: Deal
      Jon: Deal
      Both: Let’s screw it out!

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    24. Belacel,

      I think it is to convince her to agree to an armistice so Dany can help fight the Others without, Cersei wrecking house while she’s gone.

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    25. Belacel:
      Could someone please explain to me why they want to bring a wight to Cersei? I haven’t seen any convincing argument yet…
      Thanks!

      Because she needs to be shown actual proof to believe it herself. According to Tyrion Cersei just thinks it’s made up stories to frighten children. If there’s proof they can stop the fighting and focus on White Walkers together and not worried about Cersei waging war and stealing the country while Danny and company are distracted.

      As far as how silly the idea going beyond the wall to capture a Wight sounds, it’s up to you.
      But if J.R.R Tolkien can have hairy feet Hobbit with no fighting skills go to Mordor and succeed. I think I’ll have some faith in Jon and the crew.

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    26. It’s also important to note that Tyrion is not really directly trying to convince Cersei so much as he’s trying to convince Jaime, who will in turn convince Cersei.

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    27. The tittle is okay to be honest. It’s actually fitting for the episode but I don’t see how they couldn’t call this episode “Eastwatch” and the episode before last something else like “The Fermented Crab”

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    28. If Sansa and Arya do figure out LF’s game, and they want to kill him, I certainly wouldn’t try to do so publicly. If I’m Arya, I kill him in secret, then put on his face and tell the Lords and men of the Vale “Hey guys, I’m heading south to treat with.. Cersei, the Dragon Queen…someone.. Be back in a couple of months. No no, I don’t need an escort. Take good care of Winterfell and do as they request. Thank you. ”

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    29. Greywind,

      1) She was talking about the forces that one dude controlled.
      2) Some of the Vale either stayed behind to be in the Vale, or they went home after the battle to be in the Vale. With Cersei on the rampage, even the Vale can’t be left totally unprotected and from their point of view, a Dragon Queen could easily see the Vale as a tempting target.

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    30. I think they should allow fans to vote on episode titles the week after they air, because the fan made ones are so much better.

      This isn’t a complaint, just an observation. Outside of ‘Stormborn’ and ‘The Queen’s Justice’, none of the titles have stood out to me. Even ‘Hardhome’, while being the name of a place, stood out as sounding foreboding. This being the penultimate episode, the title just does not measure up to the other seasons.

      Now to the pictures, I fucking love the one of Dany and Tyrion with the dragons. I’m also intrigued by the white dress and what it signifies.

      Was kind of let down by the previous episode, but my expectations are high for the final two episodes. If nothing else they should be a visual feast.

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    31. Greywind:
      Someone want to tell me how the Vale has 2,000 men as Sansa says where their real number should be 45,000?

      In Winterfell only. The rest of the numbers must be at the Vale guarding their lord and Castle. I’m sure they’re not leaving it empty just yet

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    32. Elizabethe: IMDb

      IMDB is meaningless.

      This weekly photo post is info taken directly from an HBO press release. So yes, HBO is an unquestionable source. People, you can stop questioning it. “Death is the Enemy” was some crap people made up after hearing that quote in the trailer.

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    33. Jack Bauer 24,

      Yeah, I wish the show made them more distinctive in color. In the books, Viserion is described as cream and gold so he should be significantly lighter than Drogon and Rhaegal. But alas, here I am trying to tell them apart.

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    34. I’m pretty sure that the dragon on the left is Rhaegal with green markings, and the dragon on the right is Viserion with cream markings. Their coloring is much more subtle in the show to where you can’t really tell the difference from far away or during action scenes. But when you blow up the image, you can see the color tint in each of them for this scene.

      I know the one on the right looks bigger, but that could just be an angle thing where he’s closer to the “camera”.

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    35. Dark Sister:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      Yeah, I wish the show made them more distinctive in color. In the books, Viserion is described as cream and gold so he should be significantly lighter than Drogon and Rhaegal. But alas, here I am trying to tell them apart.

      Yeah I think it was Season 2 or 3, but they were way more distinctive then they are now. They look exactly the same to me in this picture.

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    36. Jack Bauer 24: 000?

      I don’t know much about Dragons but I can tell you my Bearded Dragon changed its shade quite a few times since I got him.
      It’s hard to tell from those pics how much color the other dragons have tho

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    37. Thank you all for your insights on the reasons behind The Magnificent Seven’s trip north of the Wall. I will need to reflect on this a bit longer (now, I really need to get back to work ! ).

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    38. Sue the Fury,

      My suggestions, based on the pics:
      1) THE FLAMING SWORD! IT’S ABOUT TIME!
      2) Shut up, Arya
      3) I’m Iain Glen and I am attractive to women ages 14 to 84. I may actually be your real father.
      4) I want someone to buy me one of those coats

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    39. Sue the Fury</

      Perhaps given a choice of 4 or 5 to choose from, the best would win out? It's really a pointless observation, as episode titles mean little to nothing, but I am bored and trying to avoid episode six spoilers like the plague.

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    40. The SEVEN.
      Could they possibly resemble the figures of the Faith of the Seven?

      A bit far-fetched, but I will try to make some sense of it.

      Who is who? Just my two cents:

      The Father –> divine justice? The Hound experienced it
      The Mother –> Jon is the Mother of that circle. He founded it.
      The Maiden –> purity and beauty? It’s Jorah for sure. 😉
      The Crone –> Thoros of Myr (Wisdom and Foresight)
      The Warrior –> Tormund
      The Smith –> Let’s keep it simple. Gendry. He is a Smith. Well,
      but he’s also the virgin in that circle.
      The Stranger –> Beric Dondarrion. He is/was already dead. Like
      Jon

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    41. I think “Beyond the Wall” sounds just about as ominous and doom-haunted as it gets, even if it also happens to be the literal location of one of the storylines. We know what’s out there isn’t sunlight and hopscotch!

      In any case, there remains “The Door” as evidence that unimpressive-on-first-blush titles turn out to be pretty much exactly the right thing to call episodes that rip your heart out and jump up and down on it for a while before feeding it to the monster under the bed.

      Regarding the plan to catch a wight, a couple of things occur to me:

      1. Except for Jon Snow, no one around the Painted Table, as he has noted on several occasions, has ever seen them or really has an understanding of the soul-crushing horror of super-powered dead things trying to kill you (and at least some of them probably still don’t entiiiiiiiiirely believe the WW could possibly be as bad as all that, if they really exist), so they probably have no basis with which to grasp just how bad the plan is. Even among the Magnificent Seven, only Tormund has also actually been face to face with them before.

      2. As for Jon, he himself said the last time he went beyond the Wall on a likely suicide mission: “It’s a bad plan. What’s your plan?” This time it’s Tyrion’s bad plan, but they have to do something, so off they go.

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    42. Hey, TWO dragons!
      And I am pleased to see at least one of the boys wears a hood.
      Does anyone remember what’s the deal with Beric’s sword and how is it set on fire?
      And last (but unfortunately not least), how am I going to resist spoilers until next Monday??

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    43. ZOMG! Daenerys finally has a beautiful, gorgeous new outfit, all ready for the coming winter winds. I never thought this was a possibility this season.

      Waiting for Sunday, patiently.

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    44. Mr Derp: Belacel,

      It’s to convince everyone that the threat is real, so they stop fighting for the Iron Throne and focus on defeating the threat beyond the wall.

      I don’t think anyone is really thinking that Cersei will listen to any of it, but Tyrion is hoping that Jaime will believe it enough so that Jaime can convince Cersei to take the threat seriously.

      Betting on papa Jaime is a really hard bet… i really hope this man stops being the greatest fool in Westeros at some point.

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    45. Shaz:
      Beyond hyped for this!!!!

      The struggle has been real today I won’t lie but I shall persevere and watch this episode how it deserves to be watched, in pure HD.

      Yesss! I feel like I’m part of AA. Would someone care to be my sponsor?

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    46. Jaq Hägar,

      I don’t think it is far fetched at all. Someone on here suggested this quite a while ago and although they had a different 7 to you I have thought ever since that there is something in ‘the light of the seven ‘. I thought that titles for this season would be all of the seven. It could be in the end ,next series, who knows 🤔

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    47. Jaq Hägar,

      Oooooh! I like it! Although Gendry’s been through a lot since we’ve seen him. We cannot assume he has saved his virginity for Arya! 😉

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    48. Does that shot of Dany in the white dress remind anyone else of a wedding shot? It did to me. She realizes she has strong feelings for Jon, and she’s playing dress-up. The dragons are bridesmaids and Tyrion is giving her away. She’ll have a meat garter, so that when Jon throws it, the dragons will have a nice treat. Ok, I’m leaving now.

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    49. Regarding the dragon photo, notice the horns on both. Drogon has two large horns on each side of his head. In the picture, the “larger” dragon on the right only has one long horn on each side, while the “smaller” dragon on the left has two long horns similar to Drogon. However, the dragon on the left is far too small to be Drogon. Both dragons colors are are not black either. So to me this picture is of Rhaegal and Viserion

      my two cents

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    50. Just my opinion, but I think people try way too hard to cram the number 7 into some divine meaning for this show. I suppose you never know, but it seems like anytime the number 7 comes up on GoT, people are looking for an excuse to make it mean something more than just a number. Eh, YMMV.

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    51. Jack Bauer 24,

      I know, right? I haven’t even seen the episode, and I’m already annoyed. I’m 100% Team Sansa on this one. Arya is being a petty, petulant little twat. She’s making me so angry at her, I almost want Littlefinger to win out. Almost.

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    52. Mark F:
      Regarding the dragon photo, notice the horns on both.Drogon has two large horns on each side of his head.In the picture, the “larger” dragon on the right only has one long horn on each side, while the “smaller” dragon on the left has two long horns similar to Drogon.However, the dragon on the left is far too small to be Drogon. Both dragons colors are are not black either.So to me this picture is of Rhaegal and Viserion

      Don’t know about you, but on my screen it’s quite clear the dragon on the left is green-ish, and the one on the left is a bit darker (maybe bigger) with very distinct orange/golden tones along the neck and wings. Drogon is black with red-toned wings, so add the two horns vs. one horn, then I too think it’s safe to say it’s Rhaegal and Viserion.

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    53. Therae,

      Yeah! It does resemble Stark colors lol. Only, didn’t Daeny wear white in earlier seasons to signify mourning after Drogo’s death? I’m sure everything is fine though. North of The Wall.

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    54. Roberta Baratheon,

      Maybe he did not save his virginity for Arya, but he might be still a virgin. In the books he seemingly has the same mindset as Jon in the beginning, bastard and all. And in the show…since his experience with Melisandre, don’t know if he got over that one. There was an interview with Joe Dempsie that I read where he says that his experience with Melisandre still bugs Gendry, something like that. Here is the link:
      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/game-of-thrones-actor-joe-dempsie-finally-reveals-what-happened-to-gendry_us_59905bc3e4b08a2472750692

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    55. Greywind,

      I’m confused on this as well. Is it that Royce only brought 2000 men with him to BOTB? and the rest are still back at the Vale? Even so, I would think Jon would count the other 30 or 40,000 men as part of his fight the dead army wouldn’t he?

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    56. Therae: In any case, there remains “The Door” as evidence that unimpressive-on-first-blush titles turn out to be pretty much exactly the right thing to call episodes that rip your heart out and jump up and down on it for a while before feeding it to the monster under the bed.

      This is true, thank you. Indeed, “The Door” sounded rather bland, but my heart was ripped by the episode, just as you described. I’m glad you and several others had the sense to remind us that a seemingly generic title can end up being the perfect front for wildly diverse and pertinent meanings, because when I read “Beyond the Wall” my first thought wasn’t as generous.

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    57. Sou: Yesss! I feel like I’m part of AA. Would someone care to be my sponsor?

      Haha…you too!?! 😀 Man it’s gonna be a struggle all week…AGAIN!

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    58. Episode 7: “Dude, Where’s My Wight?”

      I hope they do bring a Wight to Cersei, and it hugs her like a …. face hugger? And calls her Mommy.

      I prefer the Death is the Enemy fake title. Ah well. Beric has to be the most fearless guy ever, I suppose when you have died that many times, you can afford to be the philosophical one. 😁 Really glad Richard Dormer has a bigger part this season!

      How is Iain Glen just getting better looking every episode? Sigh.

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    59. WorfWWorfington: Dany: Deal
      Jon: Deal
      Both: Let’s screw it out!

      LOL, that’s my favorite part of your whole, lovely text. I’m all for more happy screwing and less burning, but … this is GoT. I’m really getting tired of that line, too. GRRM said bittersweet, not mind-numbingly, your-mind-will-be-a-confused-pit-for-years-while-I-laugh-at-all-of-you, sad ordeal. Sometimes, though, that’s all I can see happening. Somebody cheer me up, quick. Oh yeah, happy screwing, talk more about happy screwing.

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    60. Farcical_Aquatic_Ceremony,

      Have to admit, I’m scared too. I really am not up for “Arya is a total badass, unless we need her to be an absolute moron” again. Not after the Waif fight last year.

      Only an idiot would really believe Sansa wrote that willingly. And if the idiot really did believe it, Brienne (who would have heard from Catelyn) and Pod (who would have heard from Tyrion) and even someone like Lyanna Mormont (who heard from relatives who fought with Robb) could set that idiot straight.

      Previews have jerked us around before. I hope the “Are you scared?” line is more along the lines of “OK, it’s settled, we’re going to feed Littlefinger to Ghost, dick first? You’re not scared to go after him are you?” instead of “Are you scared because I’m both a badass and a moron and I’m moronically looking at you to be a badass on”

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    61. Sunfyre,

      Yes, Kit mentioned in an article that they did more filming in Iceland. He said that they returned to the same glacier where they filmed scenes during season two.

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    62. Pigeon: Episode 7: “Dude, Where’s My Wight?”
      I hope they do bring a Wight to Cersei, and it hugs her like a …. face hugger? And calls her Mommy.

      LOL – going for the comedy prize today!! 😀

      Pigeon:
      Really glad Richard Dormer has a bigger part this season!

      I agree! And I could have sworn my childhood stories at night couldn’t have been any better, but if he had read them to me, it would have been an upgrade!! That voice is just…singular!

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    63. The stills of our dauntless heroes are lovely, and appropriately stern and fierce looking, but all I can think of as they stand there is the scene from the promos we saw countless times where they are running for their lives. I’m still shaken by the fact that Jon’s parting words to Dany were “I wish you good fortune in the wars to come.” As someone so nicely reminded me, those were words of Arthur Dayne AND Mance Raydor, JUST BEFORE THEY DIED. Hype for sure.

      The pic of Tyrion and Dany sitting quietly reminds me of their first conversation, when Dany was sizing him up and he was eyeing the wine glass. Can’t remember what he said he would tell her when he had enough wine. That was a great scene with great conversation between them. I hope this one is as good.

      Brienne looks very concerned about what Sansa is holding/reading. I hope Sansa dug up some dirt on LF. That vision of him last week, smiling from the shadows, was too creepy, even for him. The pic of Sansa looking almost indulgently at Arya, while Arya glares at something, has me concerned. Is Sansa trying to convince Arya that she had no choice but to sign that letter to Robb? Arya has enough sense to know that would be true. At least, I hope she has enough sense to know that.

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    64. Jack Bauer 24:
      Really worried about the Arya/Sansa storyline.

      Me too. After her Bravos storyline ended with a knife to the gut from her seeming carelessness and stupidity, I have little faith in the writers’ ability to give us the intelligent Arya we should have. I hope she and Sansa are both playing Littlefinger, but I fear that we will have unnecessary conflict between them just for dramatic tension.

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    65. I think the year preview released a few months ago had a shot of what looked like the setting for this week’s episode as shown by both the teaser and these photos, but had several fires in the background. They looked bigger than what Berric’s sword could set off (although it would be possible, I suppose, if he had been moving around the battlefield quite a bit). A dragon rescue? I was thinking that the scene between Drogon and JS could have had a secondary purpose of Drogon learning JS’ scent so he could search out JS if Dany though he was in danger but I am sure there are other explanations for the fires in the preview’s shots.

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    66. Dead Dane Walking: I too think it’s safe to say it’s Rhaegal and Viserion.

      Mark F: In the picture, the “larger” dragon on the right only has one long horn on each side

      Looks closer. The dragon on the right does have two long and one short. We’re only seeing the left side of the head. At that angle the top one curves with the neck though and the point is beyond the picture edge so it’s hard to see, but it’s there. However, it does curve downward a little bit while Drogon’s (top one) is fairly straight with a curve upward at the end. SO, I do think you guys are probably correct that it’s R & V. They probably walk through the middle of them and Drogon lands (where the camera is).

      The last two good looks we got of Rhaegal and Viserion (when Tyrion unchained them and when they break out of the crypt in Meereen) they both had two long horns and one short one on each side as well, so unless they shed their horns all of them should have three per side.

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    67. Is Dany wearing a dress or a coat? The upper part looks like the coat she wore in episode 4, the bottom looks like a dress. However, she looks gorgeous!! Michele Clapton did an amazing job this season.

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    68. Just had a thought. Brienne and Pod have really been of no significance at all this season. What’s planned for them I wonder?

      I get the feeling they need to thin the cast out big time, and soon. team Winterfell and Dragonstone have way too many people.

      We need a gut-punching death, already!

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    69. Clob:
      Looks closer.The dragon on the right does have two long and one short.We’re only seeing the left side of the head.At that angle the top one curves with the neck though and the point is beyond the picture edge so it’s hard to see, but it’s there.However, it does curve downward a little bit while Drogon’s (top one) is fairly straight with a curve upward at the end.SO, I do think you guys are probably correct that it’s R & V.They probably walk through the middle of them and Drogon lands (where the camera is).

      The last two good looks we got of Rhaegal and Viserion (when Tyrion unchained them and when they break out of the crypt in Meereen) they both had two long horns and one short one on each side as well, so unless they shed their horns all of them should have three per side.

      Rhaegal and Viserion should be the same size. The one on the right looks much bigger.

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    70. Apollo: We need a gut-punching death, already!

      LOL shush, no we don’t. nope nope nope. But …
      they are showing the two other dragons close up and sweet, just like they showed Dickon, close up and sweet. Look what happened to Dickon. Damn. now I wish I hadn’t looked at the pictures. Dee, I’m with you, gonna hide my head .. oh who am I kidding

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    71. Jack Bauer 24,

      It’s called perspective. The one on the right is about 20m closer to the camera. You can see that clearly by the positioning of where their left and right wings are resting on the ground.

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    72. Maybe in that picture of Tyrion and Dany, Tyrion is telling Dany to cool it with the burning people, and she tells him to take a leap, he cost her her navy and a lot of soldiers and she wants her pin back.

      Strange we haven’t heard from the Unsullied yet. Tyrion mentioned Grey Worm in the last episode, but we haven’t seen or heard from him. Are the rest of the Unsullied supposed to be walking home? Anybody know? We are not going to hear the Grey Worm met an untimely demise, are we? That would be really weird, “Oh yeah, Grey Worm is dead. They ran in to some angry farmers on the way home through the Reach, and got massacred.” Shit. This series. I hate how we are trained to expect the worst.

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    73. Thi Targaryen:
      This new winter colors Dany dress is so far the most beautiful one..just wow.

      I agree! I was able to see a few more shots of it on another website with just pictures of it and no other spoilers. It’s even cooler close up with some neat pattern and a lacing or something on the back that’s sort of like a dragon spine. One of my favorite dresses she’s worn is the white one when she first met Tyrion in the ring with Jorah. Apparently I like her in white. 🙂

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    74. Thronetender:
      Maybe in that picture of Tyrion and Dany, Tyrion is telling Dany to cool it with the burning people, and she tells him to take a leap, he cost her her navy and a lot of soldiers and she wants her pin back.

      Strange we haven’t heard from the Unsullied yet. Tyrion mentioned Grey Worm in the last episode, but we haven’t seen or heard from him. Are the rest of the Unsullied supposed to be walking home?Anybody know?We are not going to hear the Grey Worm met an untimely demise, are we? That would be really weird, “Oh yeah, Grey Worm is dead. They ran in to some angry farmers on the way home through the Reach, and got massacred.”Shit. This series. I hate how we are trained to expect the worst.

      Where’s Theon? The Greyjoy boat was still out there when Team Jon left.

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    75. Tron79,

      30-40,000 men would eat up much of the remaining food stores in the North pretty quickly. In the untouched Vale, not so much. If the full Vale army is to come, it would not be before the assault is about to begin. So perhaps, one of Bran’s ravens went to Lord Arryn to begin the march to the North.

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    76. Jack Bauer 24: Where’s Theon? The Greyjoy boat was still out there when Team Jon left.

      Are we suppose to answer your question or is it rhetorical? I imagine he sulking in a corner somewhere.

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    77. Thronetender:
      Maybe in that picture of Tyrion and Dany, Tyrion is telling Dany to cool it with the burning people, and she tells him to take a leap, he cost her her navy and a lot of soldiers and she wants her pin back.

      Strange we haven’t heard from the Unsullied yet. Tyrion mentioned Grey Worm in the last episode, but we haven’t seen or heard from him. Are the rest of the Unsullied supposed to be walking home?Anybody know?We are not going to hear the Grey Worm met an untimely demise, are we?

      I love the photo of Dany and Tyrion by the fire. Has a comfortable feel to it. Maybe Tyrion is convincing her to roast marshmallows and not Westerosi.

      Laughed out loud at the comment about the Unsullied “walking home.” I’m sure that they will just reappear at Dragonstone with little explanation. And that’s fine, as long as Grey Worm is with them.

      Thronetender:
      Brienne looks very concerned about what Sansa is holding/reading. I hope Sansa dug up some dirt on LF. That vision of him last week, smiling from the shadows, was too creepy, even for him.

      I’m concerned about the Sansa/Brienne photo. I wonder what Sansa is reading. Looks too large to be Raven Mail. Things need to remain cool between these two.

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    78. Thronetender: Love that guy’s voice. He gives Iann a bit of competition.

      “How did the Wall fall, great grandma? Was it white walkers? The Night’s King? Grumpkins and Snarks? Giants or mammoths?”

      “Ah my dear, such foolish notions you have in your sweet head! No…’twas Ser Jorah Mormont and Lord Beric Dondarrion. It is said that they once leaned against the Wall in conversation, and started reciting poetry of old. When the Wall heard their voices together, it wept at the beauty of them, and this is how it melted…”

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    79. Mr Derp:
      It’s also important to note that Tyrion is not really directly trying to convince Cersei so much as he’s trying to convince Jaime, who will in turn convince Cersei.

      I know that’s the plan … but

      even if Jamie is convinced the wights are real and are a serious threat to King’s Landing.

      Do you really think Jamie could convince Cercei of anything?

      Who wears the pants in the relationship?

      It will work out one way or another –

      whatever happens –

      It will be good

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    80. Pigeon:
      “Ah my dear, such foolish notions you have in your sweet head! No…’twas Ser Jorah Mormont and Lord Beric Dondarrion. It is said that they once leaned against the Wall in conversation, and started reciting poetry of old. When the Wall heard their voices together, it wept at the beauty of them, and this is how it melted…”

      Ahh, yes. Their voices are liquid gold.

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    81. And now someone posted a spoiler for “Beyond the Wall” on a sports app I use under the score for the Yankees/Mets baseball game. No where is safe!

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    82. King Podrick,

      Reptiles do quite often since they shed their skin. We’ve never seen a dragon shed I guess but they’re definitely undergoing growth and that could lead to a change. Going from the arid Astapor to a place like Dragonstone would definitely lead to a colour change to, like a tan for humans or arctic species when seasons change.

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    83. So while it’s apparently wrong my cable guide does still have the episode as “Death is the Enemy.” I wonder when they’ll fix it. Anyway, the synopsis reads, “Jon’s mission continues north of the Wall, but the odds against his ragged band of misfits may be greater than he imagined.”

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    84. Dark Sister:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      Yeah but those are only two men of the BwB. In episode 1 of this season we see the Hound and more men than Thoros &Beric go to that hut with the dead father & child. Also last season when the Hound was hunting the BwB dissenters who killed all those villagers & brother Ray – there was plenty more members. My rationale is that maybe Thoros, Beric & the Hound were the only ones heading to the Wall while other members of the BwB stayed behind somewhere else… but who knows?

      Natural attrition. Not as devoted to the cause, turned back from the Norths winter, died in a fight along the way…
      I just assume these were the three called to be there

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    85. Sue the Fury:
      Clob,

      Let it go, man. It was written by fans, and your guide picked it up in error- just like the title.

      Easy – I’m not harping on it. I’m not suggesting it’s accurate, I was just commenting that it still says that and I’m surprised that the cable company would list something they didn’t get officially. That and to relay what their synopsis says since I didn’t remember today while at work.

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    86. Clob: Easy – I’m not harping on it.I’m not suggesting it’s accurate, I was just commenting that it still says that and I’m surprised that the cable company would list something they didn’t get officially.That and to relay what their synopsis says since I didn’t remember today while at work.

      I actually like ‘Death is the Enemy’ better, even if it isn’t the actual title. I like it when bits of the dialog are reflected in titles. To me, ‘Beyond the Wall’ is kind of a ‘well no shit’ title, or a bad GPS direction. 😉 But what’s in a name, right?

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    87. Since we might not get a real description this week, either, perhaps we should make up our own.

      Sansa raises a finger. Dany raises a Hand. Arya raises a fist.

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    88. I’m really loving Sansa’s new dress, even though we saw it last week, too. The mathematician in me loves symmetry and patterns, especially the more geometric kind! And I’m particularly fond of diamond shapes. I love that these aren’t simply diamonds, too, but appear to have the flayed man symbol in each diamond intersection. #widowshomageinnit

      http://watchersonthewall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Sansa-Arya-Beyond-the-Wall.jpg

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    89. Ginevra,
      I actually like the clinking chain too. I didn’t hear it this past episode but it was noticeable when she entered the crypt to greet Arya. I’m not sure why I like it, just do. 🙂

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    90. Ginevra:
      I’m really loving Sansa’s new dress, even though we saw it last week, too.The mathematician in me loves symmetry and patterns, especially the more geometric kind!And I’m particularly fond of diamond shapes.I love that these aren’t simply diamonds, too, but appear to have the flayed man symbol in each diamond intersection. #widowshomageinnit

      http://watchersonthewall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Sansa-Arya-Beyond-the-Wall.jpg

      Did the Tarly’s have their sigil on their armor? I went back and checked but don’t see it.

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    91. Jack Bauer 24,

      I thought Randyll’s and especially Dickon’s armor was a little too plain-jane considering their wealth and status. They have/had that impressive castle inside and out but they wore regular steel plate armor with little adornment? The Blackfish’s was more impressive for example. House Mormont is a rather small House but Jorah’s “bear armor” is pretty cool too. Maybe it’s meant to say that Randyll was more about business and little about show.

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    92. Jack Bauer 24,

      🚱🚱🚱🚱🚱😡
      Come on Jack. No “leaks stuff. Especially uncovered. A reaction to a future episode story line is in some ways worse than a plot details spoiler. If you can’t resist spoiling yourself, please keep it to yourself.

      Fair enough ?

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    93. Ten Bears:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      🚱🚱🚱🚱🚱😡
      Come on Jack. No “leaks stuff. Especially uncovered. A reaction to a future episode story line is in some ways worse than a plot details spoiler. If you can’t resist spoiling yourself, please keep it to yourself.

      Fair enough ?

      Thank you for speaking my mind

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    94. Ghost’s Lunch: Weird seeing Jorah in Winter clothing

      No, it’s wonderful seeing him in winter clothing. ANYthing besides that fucking yellow rag that was hanging off him for 6 seasons. Sorry Pigeon, but I hated that damned dirty yellow shirt of his.

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    95. Greywind: Someone want to tell me how the Vale has 2,000 men as Sansa says where their real number should be 45,000?

      House Royce has two thousand soldiers.

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    96. Very top picture, Gendry looks like Ewan McGregor.
      Sad there’s no random Brotherhood lads to be expendable red shirts. This mean all the characters going beyond the wall have some sort of following or fanbase, and someone’s gonna get their heart broken on Sunday.
      Please, please, please, either no Cersei or the barest minimum of her. Two minutes would be enough.
      Shut up about titles, wigs and the colour of dragons. Nerds.

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    97. Sunfyre,

      Yes they filmed in Iceland and as you can see from the photos the scenery in the episode is breathtaking.

      Ps. I have seen the episode, will not post anything about what happens but thought the above was fair game as can be gathered from the photos. Just to be transparent here.

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    98. Boojam,

      Agree one of several little plot holes this season, there were several of them on horses and then just three. Surely they could have explained this very simply or let the brotherhood go north with main faces?

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    99. Jack Bauer 24,

      Jack seriously you are all over the quarantine forum and know full well what happens so why are you making these sorts of posts?

      I agree there are spoilers everywhere and would advise people to stay off social media but please don’t behave like you are being spoiled when you are actively seeking spoilers.

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    100. Kinda makes me sad to see such little comments because everyone knows everything! BOO!!!!!

      I am so hyped for this episode and I am waiting till 9pm SUNDAY to watch!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    101. Clob:
      Ginevra,
      I actually like the clinking chain too.I didn’t hear it this past episode but it was noticeable when she entered the crypt to greet Arya.I’m not sure why I like it, just do. 🙂

      I love the chain because the only two others who have chains are our two queens: Cersei and Dany. And we’re told by both Hogan and Michelle that Dany’s chain symbolizes her intentions towards a crown though she’s yet to earn the right to a crown. The same is surely true for Sansa: her chain is a physical manifestation of her hopes for a crown.

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    102. Jack Bauer 24: Did the Tarly’s have their sigil on their armor? I went back and checked but don’t see it.

      I believe I recall others complaining that they didn’t in the chat or recap threads from their first appearance in King’s Landing. The little archer fella is their sigil, right? I don’t believe I’ve seen him except in unofficial commentary videos. And neither Randall nor Dickon wielded a bow in the Field of Fire or the Ransack of Roses, which I suppose isn’t all that knightly but would have been an awesome nod.

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    103. My favorite scene of Eastwatch is when Jon Snow said to Queen Daenerys….

      “with respect Your Grace I am a King”

      Who is going to bend their knee first?

      I am really looking forward to the season 7 finale….

      The Stranger has been mentioned a lot so far and the next two episodes are going to be interesting and I hope revealing.

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    104. Jon Snowed:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      Jack seriously you are all over the quarantine forum and know full well what happens so why are you making these sorts of posts?

      I agree there are spoilers everywhere and would advise people to stay off social media but please don’t behave like you are being spoiled when you are actively seeking spoilers.

      Glad someone else has noticed this also…

      I get occasionally get flak (and even a recent post deleted) for ‘ankle biting’ Jack Bauer 24 or that he’s always in the quarantine section on the forum and asking questions from those that have read the leaks and will then make comments when a new article appears acting if he’s none the wiser!

      I for one ‘Don’t Suffer Fools Gladly’ and when I see this endless string of questions from someone who knows the answers it just pisses me off. Likewise, continuing nitpicking the episodes for minor issues – What about this? – What about that? etc, etc.

      Perhaps he should Tweet Bryan Cogman and ask him why things ‘Are as they are’ if he is not happy after watching an episode 🙁

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    105. It does seem like the “Fellowship” may have enough time over the course of the (long) episode to do some chatting and getting to know each other. I’m sure others have commented on it already but I think it’s neat that five of the seven know Arya and a couple other than Jon spent a lot of time with her. I would like to see a bit of conversation among the group when they all tell Jon their story of time spent with Arya. All of them together can fill him in on everything from the day after Ned’s execution through Brienne seeing her with Sandor. The only person missing that could fill in much of the rest is Jaqen. I suppose they’ll be little mention of all that and I’ll get a little miffed.

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    106. Black Raven: Perhaps he should Tweet Bryan Cogman and ask him why things ‘Are as they are’ if he is not happy after watching an episode 🙁

      Bryan Cogman’s quit twitter, thanks to all the scumbags who think disagreeing with his creative choices gives them the right to dish out personal abuse towards him. Frickin’ social media. What a joke.

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    107. So did anyone else notice that it seems there are more than 7 people in the picture of them standing in a circle? It’s obviously hard to see but if you look at their legs you can make out like 9 people.

      Also, in the season trailer there was a shot from up above of 12 people standing in a circle, looking like it was taken from this same scene.

      Who could the other 5 people be and where did they come from?

      Also, this seems to mirror Azor Ahai with his companions behind the wall in the prophesies. Will everyone die besides Jon? Seems unlikely but it could happen.

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    108. Ser Hogwyn,

      Is that so – I thought Bryan Cogman was active again? I’m not Twitter, but seem to get the impression he comes and goes and is not on it 24/7. I know he gets a lot of flak from disgruntled fans being in his position as a writer and up there with B&W. He’s a brave man 😉

      I agree what you say – There’s so much crap on social media re GoT along with the leaks and spoilers. I avoid them like the proverbial plague and quite happy to wait a week until the next episode is aired. I for one can’t see the point of knowing what will happen in advance. Its like reading the first and last chapter of a book and not bothering what’s been written in between!

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    109. Jaehaerys,

      By seven, people are generally referring the seven main characters, not the true complete number. They’re accompanied by a few ‘redshirts,’ probably wildlings who will get killed. You can see them walking behind the Hound at the end of “Eastwatch.”

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    110. Sue the Fury,

      I saw that too but I kinda just assumed they were walking them out of Eastwatch for some reason, especially since it only included the 7 main characters in that final shot of the episode where they were walking north. And in all of the pics released from HBO none of the shots show anyone we don’t recognize, not even in the background of a shot. It seemed to me like only the seven main characters left but I guess they probably did leave with some red shirts.

      I guess that makes the odds of our favorite characters surviving a little better!

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    111. Jack Bauer 24,

      Well, you watched it. So take some responsibility- you know full well there is a leak so how on earth can you be surprised that there’ll be assholes out there who will post spoilers? You know the game by now.

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    112. It’s a little funny reading this article that no one ‘knows’ what’s going on the the photos.

      Oh no! They’re in a circle with swords at the ready. I wonder what may happpn? Lol! Even the trailer shows what they’re facing!

      It should be a fantastic episode however.

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    113. WorfWWorfington:

      Whatever Sansa is holding is too big to be a scroll. My guesses:
      2) A letter from Arya, in which she expresses disgust for Sansa and declares her an enemy. And also, to ask her to have the servants do her laundry.

      Worf, if it is, it’s been written to fall into Littlefinger’s slimy hands. He’ll think his machinations are working, but the she-wolves are setting him up for the fall. Instead, parchment that large is a document, perhaps an official invitation to come to see the Wight that Jon presumably brings back to KL.

      “I really am not up for “Arya is a total badass, unless we need her to be an absolute moron” again. Not after the Waif fight last year.

      Not only an idiot would believe Sansa wrote that willingly. Robb did, but Luwin and Catelyn convinced him she wrote it under duress. Frankly, Arya’s about 15, and as a serial escapee she wouldn’t even know that concept. And thanks to awful S6E 6-8 direction, Arya looked like a moron, though in actuality she pulled off a brilliant but dangerous gambit to kill the Waif and leave the FM without reprisal. IMO, she and Sansa are following the outline of her Braavos ploy even now: letting a superior enemy think they have the upper hand, think they;ve hurt you, get cocky, and then lure them to their doom. This is a Time for Wolves. Arya and SAnsa, Maisie and Sophie are assuredly pulling the wool over LF’s eyes and ours .

      Ginevra,

      Sansa raises a finger. Dany raises a Hand. Arya raises a fist.
      Sansa raises a Little Finger, Dany raises a Small Hand, and Arya raises a List Fist.
      BTW, I agree about those gowns and your observations about those attractive chains. Surely they also wear them as chains of office. But since it’s wartime, I think they wear them because they send out a lot of Chain Mail.

      Mike Ingbritson,

      Not to worry. See what I said to Worf about the she-wolf conspiracy. Though I agree that this is somewhat unnecessary melodrama for the audience, if the sisters are going to safely destroy the all-knowing, all-conspiring Littlefinger, they need to deceive him, to put him on the back foot, and attack when he’s off-guard.

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    114. Jon Snowed,

      I’ve seen the episode and am so hyped to discuss a couple of things here with others who have as well so the fact we have to remain mum it’s frustrating lol. I go on Reddit but only to lurk.

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    115. I’m the same Ygritte, I joined the quarantine forum to discuss the episode instead but there are spoilers for episode 7 in there and I am trying to remain unsullied for that. Like you I can’t wait for everyone to catch up so we can all discuss openly.

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    116. Sue the Fury:
      Jaehaerys,

      By seven, people are generally referring the seven main characters, not the true complete number. They’re accompanied by a few ‘redshirts,’ probably wildlings who will get killed. You can see them walking behind the Hound at the end of “Eastwatch.”

      Yes, you’re right: http://www.farfarawaysite.com/section/got/gallery7/gallery6/hires/15.jpg

      Honestly hadn’t seen this pic before. It’s definitely official.

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    117. Jon Snowed,

      I think I have posted once before on the forums but now it doesn’t recognize my ID/password there. So I shall see you on Sunday night for a right proper rant/rave! (I hate the fact that I wish the week away when this show is in season)

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    118. Haven’t had a chance to read the comments, so apologies if it’s already been said, but the first thing that struck me about these was that poor old Jon is the only one being snowed on. He’s like Eeyore with his own weather cloud. Bonus points to Gendry for being sensible and putting his hood up 😀

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