Game of Thrones: Season 7, Episode 3 Recap

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A TON of things happened in tonight’s ‘Game of Thrones’ episodes. The Dornish are now officially out of the equation. The Greyjoys have been defeated by their uncle. The Unsullied were led into a trap and left separated from the rest of Dani’s army. Olenna Tyrell was captured by Jamie and his forces, although she definitely had the last laugh when she revealed that it was she who killed Joffrey.

On a brighter note, two more Stark children were finally reunited; Bran and Sansa. However, even that wasn’t all rainbows and butterflies. Bran’s got a lot on his mind, which as he said, sees everything. This really put a damper on the family reunion.  Then there’s of course that small thing about…

 Jon Snow and Daenarys finally meeting!

While this was probably the most anticipated event in all of ‘Game of Thrones,’ the two characters did not actually hit it off right away.  Both have their own goals and require each other’s help, yet neither seems to fully see the urgency of each others’ issues. Or at least they see their own personal threats as requiring precedence. It’s important to remember that despite the audience having followed these two heroes from day one, Jon and Dani are total strangers to each other.

With a much shorter season, fans can only expect things to pick up even faster now that we’re basically at the mid-season.

Special shout-out to Samwell for saving Jorah’s life, all while basically doing a step-by-step wiki-how-YouTube-tutorial approach to curing the disease.  Despite all that, I still would have worn a glove.

‘Game of Thrones’ 6 months from now…

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4 thoughts on “Game of Thrones: Season 7, Episode 3 Recap

  • August 13, 2017 at 9:31 pm

    My theory is that little finger is plotting to marry Sansa in a
    plot to build forces in the north ,take the iron throne but
    little finger tells Jon that he loves Sansa as he loved Catelyn. He’s in love with her but i believe that he just meant it as I
    love her just as much as i did Catelyn which he would if she was his child.

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    • August 15, 2017 at 6:58 pm

      Yes, I definitely agree that Little Finger is plotting something of that sort. Everybody seems to be accepting his help out of necessity, but I’m hoping they don’t forget that he’s always thinking several steps ahead. Can’t wait to see what the rest of the season brings.


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