Hi everyone! Here I am with my weekly Game of Thrones Season 7 episode review.
This week episode was the epic season finale: “The dragon and the wolf”. I’m still processing it actually. There were a lot of things happening and it was an amazing episode in my humble opinion.
I don’t know how they can always top the previous episode, but this was one of the best seasons for me, all the episodes were amazing, and yes there is a feeling of speeding up a little because the show is coming to an end but nevertheless it was amazing.
There were just too many cool moments that it was hard for me to choose only a few, but I tried my best. As always this part may contain spoilers so read it after you have seen the episode. So for the last time, this year let’s get right to it. Here are my favorite moments:
– Brienne and The Hound
There were a few reunions in the first couple of scenes, there was Podrik and Tyrion’s for instance, but my favorite one was, of course, the one that involved The Hound. Now Brienne is the one that starts the conversation, she wants to apologize for nearly killing him, and the interaction was fun to watch, I loved how The Hound was proud of Arya and smiled when she told him that Arya didn’t need protection. I love the character development for Sandor Clegane, as I said before he is one of my favorite characters, even if he is kind of a minor character, I just love him. Brienne and Sandor are the official Stark-Girls Co-Parenting Team
– Now that’s an entrance
Of course, Dany had to come riding Drogon and make an entrance. I have to admit it was pretty awesome.
– The Dragonpit
This scene was so cool to watch, all these major characters together, some for the first time ever. All the interactions were entertaining. Sandor confronting his brother, Euron being a pain in the ass, Jon refusing to lie, the look on Cersei’s face when she saw the wight. There was just a lot going on and I loved every minute of it.
– Lannister Family Reunion
Now I liked this scene because it was so full of emotions. The scenes with Tyrion and his family are always good, mostly thanks to Peter Dinklage who is an amazing actor and to all the other actors who play the Lannisters. You can tell that Jamie and Tyrion still love each other, and now that Jamie knows Tyrion didn’t kill Joffrey, I think he has forgiven him for killing Tywin. The scene with Cersei and Tyrion was very powerful, and I can’t help but wonder what has Tyrion promised Cersei in order to convince her.
– “How do you plead, Lord Baelish?”
Okay, this was one of my favorite moments of the episode, as I said last week I didn’t understand the direction things were going back in Winterfell, and this week we finally saw the storyline wrapping up. Finally, someone confronted Littefinger, and I was so glad that is was Sansa doing it, my baby is all grown up, and I also loved that it was a Stark Kids Team combined action, with both Arya and Bran helping and somehow avenging what happened to their parents. I also loved the Ned Stark quote from the books: “When the snows fall and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies but the pack survives.”
– The ship has sailed!
Another major moment was Dany and Jon steamy boat scene, Jonerys is finally here guys. It was a bit weird with Bran’s voice explaining how they are actually related but hey…. it’s Game of Thrones. And yeah I ship it. Also Rhaegar and Lyanna ❤ ❤ ❤
– Ice dragon
The ending was just a freaking epic moment. One of the things I love about this show it’s how it can alternate epic scene, such as this one, to more quiet scene where there is only dialogue, without ever appearing boring. So, in the end, you care about all the characters because you become invested in them. This scene with the dragon breathing freaking blue fire and tearing down the wall was epic. OMG, I’m dying to know what will happen I cannot wait.
This is the end of my Game of Thrones weekly review. I hope you have enjoyed it, and I hope you have loved this season such as I did. Please let me know in the comments below your thoughts about it what you think will happen next.