Game Of Thrones is back again, and things are starting to hot up. Daenerys gets a visitor on Dragonstone, Tyrion draws up plans to conquer Westeros, Jon is ignoring everyone's advice and then there's THAT ending. Lots to discuss then, so let's jump right in. If you’re not caught up yet, don’t read on. The night is dark and full of spoilers. Very much an episode of two parts this week, and we kick off with a lot more of the exposition that we got last week.
Game of Thrones season seven, episode two is nearly upon us. Last week the kicked off the new season with a shocking opening and set the scene for an explosive run of episodes. So what can we expect this week? WARNING: Contains spoilers for those who have not seen Game of Thrones, season six, episode one. The hit show will be broadcast on Sky Atlantic at 2am UK time on Monday 24th July - simulcast with the US broadcast on HBO (9pm ET on 23rd).
Game of Thrones favourite Arya could be reunited with old pet direwolf Nymeria in the next episode of the hit drama series. Those paying close attention to the show's latest preview clip saw Stark girl confronted by a giant wolf in the forest. And the beast has a striking resemblance to her pet - who she let loose waaaay back in Season One episode 'The Kingsroad'. In that episode Nymeria bit then-Prince Joffery on the arm when he knocked down Arya and threatened her with his sword.
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