Game of Thrones' Pilou Asbaek Used to Be Nikolaj Coster-Waldau's Manny!

Game of Thrones' Pilou Asbaek Used to Be Nikolaj Coster-Waldau's Manny!

The penultimate episode of Game of Thrones was positively filled to the brim with carnage, and its loyal fans were there every step of the way to make their thoughts on what went down known across social media.

"Dany's an incredibly strong person". "I don't think she decided ahead of time that she was going to do what she did".

What's worse, Missandei's final words, "Dracarys", hark back to how Daenerys liberated her in season three, by burning the city of Astapor to the ground.

"I think that when she says, 'Let it be fear, ' she's resigning herself to the fact that she may have to get things done in a way that isn't pleasant, and she may have to get things done in a way that is awful to lots of people", Weiss explained, as Benioff confirmed Dany "chose violence".

"Now that I think about it, she was always the most qualified to spot a tyrant". She fell in love with Grey Worm, commander of the Unsullied, and the two made plans for a life beyond the war of Westeros.

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As Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) attacks King's Landing, Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) abandons his friend and newfound lover Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) to return to his twin sister in her hour of greatest emotional need.

While the path to the climactic moment is as complicated as anything else in Game of Thrones, it really gets started when Oberyn Martell is killed in a duel with the Mountain while they're both acting as proxies in a trial by combat.

Screen shots of his final scene - in which he embraces Cersei (Lena Headey) as the Red Keep goes up in flames - seems to contradict episode history. It may be vague, then, but that doesn't mean we can't piece together the clues available to make some predictions on what to expect. As Weiss noted, the Hound's death had to be all about "his hatred of the person who put that fear [of fire] there in the first place". "They came into the world together and now they leave together". "Jaime talked about dying in the arms of the woman he loved, and this is it", Benioff said. "He knows what matters to him, and Cersei's what matters to him".

None more so than Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), who was seen at the end of the episode climbing on a white horse presumably to kill Daenerys.

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