Hi everyone! Here we are again with my weekly Game of Thrones Season 7 episode review.
This week episode was “The Queen’s Justice”. In this episode, we saw a parallel between three Queens: Daenerys, Cersei, and Olenna, the Queen of Thorns.
Let me start off by saying that I didn’t like this episode very much, it was my least favorite episode so far but there were a few moments worth watching.
So here are my favorite moments, if you haven’t watched the episode yet this may contain some spoilers, you have been warned. Now let’s get right to it:
– Jon seeing the dragons for the first time
Seeing Jon’s reaction as the dragons flew over his head was priceless, also what Tyrion said about never getting used to seeing them was cool.
– Jon and Daenerys meeting plus Davos
The scene with Dany and Jon was also cool, I loved how they both wouldn’t yield. Ser Davos is the best wingman in Westeros btw. He did the same with Stannis when he was still alive, now that he is at Jon’s service he does the same with him, I cannot help but loving Davos.
– Melisandre and Varys scene
Now, this scene was particularly interesting to me, especially what Melisandre said about bringing Ice and Fire together, which is the main theme of the whole series. This two are some of the most important characters, even if they are somehow minor characters compared to some of the others, they play a huge role in the events that take place throughout the series. Seeing them interact was very interesting.
– Cersei being Cersei
I noticed that there was something weird about her lips when the scene began, but I wasn’t expecting what happened until it happened. Lena Headey is always amazing, and quite frankly I wasn’t that upset about what happened to the Sand Snakes and Ellaria Sand, since in the show their storyline was awful in my opinion.
– Ser Jorah’s recovery
Now, this was something that made me happy, I wasn’t expecting that the procedure would work out like it did. I so glad that Sam decided to help him. I don’t know what’s in store for Jorah but I’m curious to find out.
– Bran’s reunion
So about Bran, even the other time we saw him it was clear that he is becoming more aware of his powers, he acts very strangely in my opinion, but I guess it’s deliberate. Before creeping Sansa out he mentioned that he needs to talk to Jon, which is something I’m very much looking forward to. Now there is just one Stark who is missing from Winterfell and I can’t wait for her return.
– Olenna’s farewell
Now, as I said before, I don’t really like Lady Olenna but I have to give her credit for refusing to go down without a bang. Her scene with Jaime was one of the best ones of the episode. What I didn’t like was that they didn’t even show the fight but they cut right to the end.
Okay, so these were my favorite scenes from this episode. How about you? What were your favorites ones? Did you like the ending? Do you have any idea of what might happen next? Let me know in the comments, see you next week.