Recap Of Thrones #44: The Spoils Of War

The Spoils Of War was written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and directed by Matt Shankman.

Arya returns to Winterfell, where she is reunited with Sansa and spars with Brienne, both of whom are unnerved by her skills with a sword. Bran bids farewell to Meera, divulging that he is no longer the boy she accompanied north. Littlefinger presents Bran with the dagger that nearly assassinated him. Jon brings Daenerys to the dragon glass mine, where the two find ancient cave paintings suggesting the First Men and the Children of the Forest joined forces against the undead. Missandei schools Jon and Davos on her devotion to Daenerys. Later, Daenerys learns that the Casterly Rock attack has gone awry and Highgarden has fallen; despite Tyrion’s protests, she decides to take action. Theon arrives at Dragonstone, where he is confronted by Jon. Cersei promises the Iron Bank a full return on their investment, as a loot train from Highgarden is soon to arrive. Supervising the shipment of gold, Jaime and Bronn are caught in a surprise attack by the Dothraki, led by Daenerys, whose horde decimates the Lannister army. Though Drogon is wounded by a bolt from the scorpion weapon, Jaime attacks Daenerys head on; he and Bronn are felled by Drogon’s fire breath and tumble into a lake, Jaime weighted down by his armor.

WHOA!!!!! SHIT!!!!! UH………..that’s pretty much all you can say about this episode, it’s an awesome episode, a classic Game Of Thrones episode.

Just remember folks, no more filler episodes at least this year, the next three weeks are just going to get bigger and bigger.

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