RECAP | Game of Thrones S07E07 - "The Dragon and the Wolf"
Game of Thrones 7x07 - The Night King and Viserion Ending Scenecon film
The title very obviously refers to Daenerys Targaryen the dragon and Jon Snow the wolf , but if we're to try and delve deeper, perhaps it suggests that the issue of their being related will come up this episode, or even that Jon will always consider himself a wolf regardless of his secret parentage. I wouldn't bet against the heavily rumoured Jon and Daenerys sex scene either. The episode will be the show's longest ever, clocking in at 79 minutes and 43 seconds. The teaser trailer for the episode was released on Sunday night, seeing Jon, Tyrion et al arrive at the Dragonpit in King's Landing for the cease-fire wight summit and Sansa cut a very sombre figure on the battlements of Winterfell. Season 8 of the show will be its last and is expected to start shooting in October. As with season 7, this is a later production start date than the early seasons, primarily thanks to Winter not coming soon enough in the real world to represent the frozen realm of Westeros.
"The Dragon and the Wolf" is the seventh and final episode of the seventh season of HBO's fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 67th episode.
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Sign in. See the list. Title: The Dragon and the Wolf 27 Aug IMDb has " Game of Thrones " covered with all the latest trailers, interviews, and in-depth info. Check out our "Game of Thrones" videos. In King's Landing a grand meeting takes place. Theon makes amends and rescue plans.
Little Theon! Come and get her. You will represent my interests at this gathering as you see them. It's not safe leaving you with Littlefinger. Arya would never betray her family.
It is the sixty-seventh episode of the series overall. It premiered on August 27, Weiss and directed by Jeremy Podeswa. Tyrion tries to save Westeros from itself. Sansa questions loyalties. The Unsullied , led by a grim-faced Grey Worm , line up in tight formation outside the walls of King's Landing. On the walls, Jaime Lannister and Bronn discuss how the latter is unnerved by the idea of soldiers without genitalia, as he's been around enough soldiers to know why they fight, and that the idea of soldiers who fight for no promise of sex is alien to him.
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