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Review Story Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 Eastwatch

Review Story Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 Eastwatch

TV Show – Game of Thrones
Episode Name – Eastwatch
Season – 7
Episode – 5, 65

Story – Got S7 E5 Eastwatch

Bronn saves Jaime from Dragon.
Jaime returns to the capital and informs Cersei they are outmatched by Daenerys — and tells her about Olenna Tyrell’s confession. Cersei determines their only option is to fight and die, or submit and die, and her choice is clear.

Daenerys wins the war and she gives choice
she offers her captives a choice: Bend the knee or die.
Many drop to one knee, but Randyll and Dickon Tarly, remain standing.
Daenerys sentences the two to die. Impassively, she watches as Drogon incinerates the men.
The other dissenters immediately fall to their knees.

Daenerys is surprised by the return of Ser Jorah Mormont, now cured of his greyscale. Embracing him, she happily accepts Jorah into her service again.

Jon snow receives a letter and comes to know that Bran and Arya both are alive.
He tells the Daenerys he must leave now.
Daenerys maintains she cannot send her armies north as Cersei will find a way to take advantage at the first opportunity. Tyrion makes a bold suggestion: Ask for a temporary truce by proving the Army of the Dead exists. Jon thinks a few men can capture a wight and bring it to King’s Landing. Jorah volunteers, and Jon is adamant he go as well. To get an audience with his sister, Tyrion takes on the task of secretly meeting with Jaime.

Davos rows Tyrion in a dinghy to a hidden cove of Blackwater Bay, and each heads off with his own agenda. Bronn leads Jaime down to the dragon skull room in the Red Keep under the pretense of training, but instead reveals Tyrion. Jaime is displeased to see his younger brother, but remains to hear out his proposal.

Davos returns to the Street of Steel to find Robert Baratheon’s bastard, Gendry. More than ready to leave King’s Landing, Gendry grabs his war hammer and leaves the forge. Tyrion is hesitant to bring the stranger along, but changes his mind when Gendry proves useful, killing a pair of suspicious Gold Cloaks. Ignoring Davos’ advice to keep his parentage a secret when they get to Dragonstone, Gendry immediately introduces himself to Jon as Robert’s bastard son, and volunteers to help with the mission north.

As Jon, Jorah, Davos and Gendry wait to embark Jon’s ship, Tyrion hands Jorah the coin he was given by the slaver Yezzan as “payment,” and suggests he take it for luck. Jon wishes Dany “good fortune in the wars to come” and departs.

Fed up with the busywork, Sam makes a decision. Returning to the restricted area of the stacks, he grabs scrolls and books, and gives the Citadel library one final look before readying his family for a new journey.

From the shadows, Arya watches as Littlefinger moves through Winterfell. She observes Wolkan deliver a scroll Littlefinger requested from Maester Luwin’s archives. Arya secretly enters Littlefinger’s chambers and searches for the scrap of parchment, finally retrieving it from Littlefinger’s mattress. The scroll bears Sansa’s signature. Arya exists and relocks the door, unaware Littlefinger has been watching her and wanted her to find what she did.

Jaime enters Cersei’s room as Qyburn is leaving and confesses he met with Tyrion. Cersei’s calm demeanor catches him off-guard, but he relays Daenerys’s request. The queen reveals she already knew about the meeting, and thinks a temporary truce may be worthwhile for the sake of their House… and child. Jaime is shocked but pleased when Cersei says she doesn’t care who knows it’s their child. Their happiness is real, but Cersei warns her brother: “Never betray me again.

Jon, Gendry, Davos and Jorah explain the mission to Tormund. The wildling is disappointed Brienne has not joined them, and understands why Davos won’t either — he’s not a fighter. Down in the Eastwatch cells, Tormund shows Jon the pack of men he found also heading north, and Jon recognizes the Hound. Gendry, seeing Beric Dondarrion, immediately says these men are not to be trusted — they once sold him to a Red witch. Jorah also recognizes Thoros, who then exposes him as a Mormont, the son of the man who hunted Tormund. Despite the hostilities within the group, Jon agrees with Beric that ultimately, they are all on the same side.

The gate to the Eastwatch tunnel is raised, and the men step beyond the Wall.

Review –
Good Episode

Star – 4/5

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