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Jaime confronts a hero. Arya makes a plan. The North is reminded. Game of Thrones season 6 episode 8, No. Dec 26, - Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8 “No One” - Another new red priestess on the scene in Meereen this season, played by Melanie Liburd. Game of Thrones – Regarder la TV et enregistrer gratuitement en ligne – Die verschiedenen Seiten versammeln ihre Verbündeten um sich. S6 E8 • Niemand.

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Jaime confronts a hero. Arya makes a plan. The North is reminded. Game of Thrones season 6 episode 8, No. Ness recaps episodes of Game of Thrones season 6 using his unique brand of panache, flair, and fabulousness. Gay Of Thrones S6 E8 Recap: Know Cum. Der Mittelpunkt des “Game of Thrones” Universums im Film! In S6 E8 trifft Sandor Clegane ab auf die Bruderschaft ohne Banner, die gerade die 3.

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Tyrion and Lord Varys are walking aboot watching the re-invigorated city bustle, it seems Varys will be traveling to Westeros to get some ships for his Queen.

Looottta people bringing Dany boats, hey? The Ironborn too, I wonder how they're doing? Whatcha got? Lancel is at the head of the charge, telling her the High Septon requires her presence, chop chop now.

She refuses, and then the lines are drawn and we get the quote of the season from Cersei:. The first of the Faith buries his axe in The Mountain's chest, then has his head ripped off for his trouble.

Lancel and the others all run like little girls to the other side of the Keep as Cersei smiles that cold smirk of hers: His Holiness is welcome to visit her HERE whenever he likes.

We get Brienne!! Oh and she's staring at Jamie, pity. I know he's pretty, but he's kind of an incestuous rapey-ish bastage. Tormund's adorable!

So is Podrick, for the record! I'm not even gay and I would absolutely fcuk Brienne, full stop, Bronn, I get whatchyer saying, even if most of it is completely un-transcribable.

He's had it with the way women look at Jamie, it's frankly irritating, hahahaha, but really, I'd sooner Bronn any day. Podrick protests: Brienne's just teaching him to fight!

You can really hear Pod's accent just then, it's gorgeous. Bronn gives him a few pointers; starting with: assume everyone wants to hit you. Especially since you're a fcuking squire, everyone wants to hit a fcuking squire.

They go on. Thank the Seven Bobs! Podrick got some lines this episode! I'm so glad we're seeing characters like he and Bronn get some screen time.

Whoever writes Bronn's dialogue is a dead set genius! Random trivia! Brienne and Jamie are reuniting, it's not going very well, seeing as they're on opposite sides now and as Jamie is being a condescending arsehole.

She has a plan, though, she wants to approach the Blackfish The Blackfish or Blackfish? He agrees to let her try, and gives his word that the Blackfish will be allowed to take his troops out to the North without bloodshed.

She reminds him: if she doesn't manage to convince the Blackfish, she will be compelled to fight for Sansa's kin. Against him. With his sword, by the way!

Which she tries to give back, but he refuses, saying it's always been hers. I know they bonded over fighting a bear together, but she's NOT his type!

Cersei refuses to go with them and the Faith Militant back off after one attacks Gregor Clegane and is brutally killed.

Cersei then attends a royal announcement by Tommen in the throne room, but Kevan Lannister refuses to let her stand by his side.

Tommen announces when Cersei and Loras' trials will be held, and that, in consultation with the High Sparrow, he has decided to end the practice of trial by combat as a means of resolving conflicts.

Cersei is unnerved by the prospect of a trial by seven septons instead. Qyburn then reports to Cersei about a "rumor" that she ordered him to investigate, and remarks that it is "more, much more".

Lady Crane returns to her apartments to find a wounded Arya hiding inside, and helps stitch her wounds. She tells Arya that she has taken revenge on her rival Bianca and offers to have Arya join her troupe, but Arya refuses, intending to discover what lies west of Westeros.

Arya flees through the streets of Braavos, reopening her wound in the process, to her hideout with the Waif in pursuit.

As the Waif closes in, Arya brandishes Needle, extinguishing the candle lighting the room; having trained while blinded for several weeks, Arya has the upper hand.

At the House of Black and White, Jaqen follows a bloodtrail to the Hall of Faces, where he finds the Waif's face before being held at sword-point by Arya.

Jaqen congratulates Arya for finally becoming No One, but she rejects the title, asserting her identity as Arya Stark and declaring that she is "going home.

In the "Inside the Episode" featurette published by HBO following the airing of the episode, David Benioff spoke about the revelation in King's Landing, and Tommen's decision to abolish "trial by combat," stating "This moment is a grievous blow for Cersei because she's been counting on trial by combat really since the end of season five.

This was always her ace in the hole, the Mountain was never going to lose a trial by combat there's no one out there who could beat him. And then Tommen takes it away from her and knowing really what he's doing.

He might be a weak King, but he's not an idiot, he understands that this move is going to mean that she's probably not going to fare that well in this trial.

So it's a pretty devastating moment for Cersei, and you see that in her reaction, and partly because it just bodes so ill for this coming trial, and partly because it's her own son who's really betrayed her.

Speaking about the siege of Riverrun, Weiss noted about Brienne and Jaime's reunion that "Jaime didn't expect to see Brienne necessarily ever again, he certainly didn't expect to see her marching into his military camp.

And his relationship is obviously very complicated, and fraught, and has undercurrents that he's uncomfortable with feeling.

He'd be well within his rights to send his men after her, to capture her, and it wouldn't be that hard to capture her since she's being slowly rowed away by Podrick, but he doesn't.

She might technically be an enemy now that she's serving Sansa Stark, who is still obviously a suspect in Joffrey's murder, but she's not Jaime's enemy.

Clive Russell, who portrayed Brynden "Blackfish" Tully in the series, spoke about his character's encounter with Brienne of Tarth, in an interview with IGN , noting "Brienne represented for him his young self, a person of integrity, a soldier of integrity, trying to do the right thing.

That added to the conflict he felt of what was the right thing to do: whether to send men to Sansa or not. She was talking to an older man who's, initially, very irritated by her being there, but eventually takes her very, very seriously.

There's a touching moment where he acknowledges that to her face. It's very touching and sad, and I think that's what it's about.

He's really recognizing the next generation of what I once was. In the conclusion of the "Inside the Episode" segment Weiss spoke about Arya's story, saying "Arya is in danger, she's got an open wound in her stomach, and the one person who has protected her to this point unfortunately gets murdered.

The fact that the Many-Faced God gets the people who have been promised to him really makes you think that there's almost an inevitability about what happens to people who run afoul of the Faceless Men, as Arya has done.

The implication, obviously, is that Jaqen was, on some level, rooting for the outcome that he got. He may be "no one," but there's still enough of a person left in him to respect, and admire who this girl is and what she's become.

Arya finally tells us something that we've kind of known all along, that she's not no one, she's Arya Stark of Winterfell. Kind of like Robin Hood.

So I thought, that's how I'll play the guy. Sansa forces Theon to tell her a secret. Cersei remains stubborn. Arya meets her first target. Jon and Tormund meet with the wildling elders.

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October 3, October 1, April 20, Copyright - SuperHeroStuff. In the Iron Islands, Euron wins the Kingsmoot, despite confessing he killed Balon; Yara, Theon, and their supporters flee, taking many ships.

In Essos, Daenerys orders Jorah to return after finding a cure for his greyscale. In Brandon's unaccompanied vision, the Night King touches him, leaving his mark and making the cave vulnerable.

The Night King, White Walkers, and hordes of wights attack the cave, killing the Three-Eyed Raven, several Children, Summer, and Hodor , whose younger self was rendered mentally disabled by Brandon's interaction, ordering him to, "Hold the door".

Meera escapes the cave with Bran, who is immersed in the Three-Eyed Raven's transferred visions. In the forest, the wights attack, but a man on horseback saves them.

Arya warns Lady Crane of her planned assassination, then retrieves Needle. H'ghar allows the Waif to find and kill Arya. Jaime attempts to rescue Margaery from the Faith Militant, only to find she has repented and Tommen has forged an alliance with the Faith.

Benjen Stark , the man who saved Meera and Brandon, says he was turned by the White Walkers but later unturned by the Children using Dragonglass.

Daenerys mounts Drogon and gives a rousing speech inspiring the Dothraki to cross the Narrow Sea and conquer Westeros for her. The Hound is alive and living a simple, non-violent life, having been saved by a Septon and his followers.

When rogue Brotherhood members threaten and eventually slaughter the group, the Hound seeks revenge. Margaery convinces her grandmother to return to Highgarden after the High Sparrow threatens to punish Olenna following her and Jaime's confrontation with the Faith.

Margaery then secretly signals to Olenna that she has not converted to the Faith. Sansa secretly sends a message to the Vale requesting aid.

Jaime arrives in Riverrun with Bronn and assumes command of the siege. Jaime unsuccessfully parleys with Brynden Tully.

Theon and Yara spend their last night in Volantis before sailing to Meereen to ally with Daenerys. Arya prepares to return to Westeros until the Waif, disguised as an old crone, viciously stabs her.

Tommen abolishes trial by combat , to Cersei's dismay, who planned to win with Ser Gregor as her champion. After Jaime threatens to kill Edmure's infant son, Edmure enters the castle and orders the Tully forces to stand down.

Brynden is killed fighting the Lannisters while Brienne and Podrick escape. Varys departs for Westeros on a secret mission. Meereen comes under naval assault by the slaving cities; Daenerys returns on Drogon, accompanied by the Dothraki.

The Hound kills four of the rogues, then encounters Berric Dondarrion and Myr Thoros , who have captured the others. They execute them and ask Clegane to join the Brotherhood.

Arya seeks out Lady Crane, who tends her wounds. The Waif kills Lady Crane and pursues Arya through the streets. Arya leads the Waif into darkened catacombs and kills her in the dark, using Needle.

Arya places the Waif's face in the House's columned collection room and tells H'ghar that she is Arya Stark of Winterfell and she is going home.

Miguel Sapochnik. On Tyrion's advice, Daenerys meets with three slave masters to negotiate a surrender, which they refuse. Astride Drogon, as Rhaegal and Viserion follow, Daenerys burns the slavers' fleet.

Grey Worm kills two of the masters, leaving one alive to report what he witnessed. Theon and Yara meet with Daenerys and Tyrion to offer an alliance in exchange for the Iron Islands being independent.

Near Winterfell, the Stark and Bolton armies meet on the battlefield. Ramsay feigns releasing Rickon before killing him with an arrow.

In the battle, the Stark forces are pinned by Bolton soldiers until the Knights of the Vale arrive and overwhelm them.

Ramsay flees to Winterfell, but the Wildling giant Wun Wun breaches the gate. Ramsay is taken prisoner; Sansa later watches Ramsay's starving hounds devour him.

Distraught over Margaery's death, Tommen commits suicide. Davos confronts Melisandre over Princess Shireen's death, resulting in Jon banishing her.

Sansa rebuffs Littlefinger's romantic overtures. Arya kills Walder Frey and his sons. Sam and Gilly reach the Citadel in Oldtown.

Benjen accompanies Brandon and Meera to the Wall but is unable to go further. Daenerys names Tyrion Hand of the Queen and sails for Westeros with the Greyjoys, her armies, and her dragons, leaving Dario Naharis and the Second Sons behind to rule Meereen until new leaders are elected.

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