Game of Thrones Goes Mad With Bloodiest, Fieriest Episode Ever


She said: 'The more we talked about it the more it seemed like the ideal end for her. [Cersei and Jaime] came into the world together and now they leave together. Waiting together for the end, wrapped in an embrace with all ambitions or hope for survival gone is perhaps "the first time that Cersei has been at peace".

"I told Nikolaj, 'I've never seen you so sweet and sentimental, ' " Headey recalled. One more episode to wrap up the gripping, multi-stranded saga that made TV feel bigger and more expansive than you ever thought it could be. Ultimately they belong together'. However, amidst the chaos was that one scene which brought in calmness to the entire episode.

Most of these fell victim to Daenerys' last remaining dragon, Drogon, who then blasted the walls of the Red Keep with fire as Cersei and Jaime attempted to flee.

It's also easy to be angry at Jon Snow for letting things get to this point since it was his incredibly annoying good boy act that let Dany go on, unchecked, to carry out her murderous rampage.

Daenerys had her mind set on a bloody rampage. Yes, everyone's favorite snitch ended up betraying Daenerys, and for that she decided it was time for him to pay.

Lord Varys (Conleth Hill) tells Jon Snow (Kit Harington): "She hasn't seen anyone since we returned". Sure, but what are the odds the lords and ladies of the Realm will agree on one of them?

Daenery's rampage was absolute, and looking over the city from the Red Keep (before that too was reduced to ash) showed us that there's not much left of Kings Landing.

With her seeming madness and nearly incomprehensible destruction of King's Landing, whether Daenerys still has support from Jon Snow and the north remains to be seen. And She's Got Something To Say!

During the destruction of the city, green explosions erupted from a handful of places all over Kings' Landing.

Wildfire had saved Cersei before, of course. So many innocent lives lost, and we know Jon isn't down for that!

Despite the episode's titular bells ringing out that signaled the surrender of those still inhabiting the area, Dany annihilated women, children, Lannister soldiers in the progress of surrendering, and basically everyone else with one simple order to her dragon.