The dragon and the wolf, as quickly as a few lions, appear to assemble in this weeks Game of Thrones. But will the intensity improve any hearts and/or minds on the subject of: the undead hordes bearing by the side of on the order of Westeros.
Hard to explain. Some these recently released photos from Sundays super-sized Season 7 finale (HBO, 9/8c) be swift several of the key players including Jon, Tyrion, Jaime and Cersei apparently in the same place at the same period. This is likely because Jon has hauled the wight he and his men bagged in last weeks episode all the habit to Kings Landing in order to prove to the Lannisters that the Night King and his army of the undead are no joke.
At 79 minutes and 43 seconds, the finale will be almost feature length, perhaps partially making up for the fact that this season is slightly more truncated than usual (seven episodes instead of the usual 10). HBO also revealed that the episode will be titled ‘The Dragon And The Wolf’, referring to House Targaryen and House Stark, and immediately sparking intense speculation about what that actually means. Does this set up a renewed epic collaboration between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen? An somewhat incestuous romance? Further flashbacks to Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, and the true parentage of Jon Snow? A wolf riding a dragon? Something else entirely
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