This smart 'Game of Thrones' theory lays out Dany's destiny

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When she chooses a door to walk through, Dany eventually ends up finding her husband Khal Drogo (and their unborn baby) in a tent outside the Wall-but the dragon's are still crying, forcing her to leave her family.

Game of Thrones season 7's sixth episode ended up online four days early today after accidentally being set live for an hour by HBO Spain. You forget how deep that goes, what the dragons represent with Daenerys in front of them.

So suddenly having Bronn take shots at them and bring one down with Daenerys on them it's like.now, that's a shocker. Here's hoping we get more personal scenes and tension and less speeding through plot. Maybe when the dragon was coming down, he started to do the math for a moment, [laughs] unwary of the consequences of what that could mean. "Conquest was never her goal, there is a Young dragon out there in grave danger, he must live, and only she can save him, her true objective has been this all along".

It's hard to remember it now, but at the time, Barack Obama was president and Sansa Stark's main concern was marrying Joffrey Baratheon, perhaps the series' single most monstrous character. Enjoying a quiet night in with Sam and making use of her new ability to read, Gilly shares trivia with him from the writings of a Maester Maynard, while Sam tries to write. Suffice to say that there would be no better way for Littlefinger to receive his comeuppance than the tool that he has wielded to cause so much woe. Surprisingly, Cersei telling Jaime she was pregnant was one of my favorite scenes. I think it's a handsome, lovely thing.

With Tywin dead, Tyrion and Brienne fighting for other causes, Jaime has been left alone and inevitably drawn closer to his sister. That's what they're so incredible at doing, and I think they did that here.

"I think one of the elements that really brings this season a real richness is how so numerous characters whose stories we've been following are coming together and we're weaving their stories into one", Flynn said. After all, one of her most prized assets in Drogon is now wounded, and she may need to rethink a big part of her battle plan if she wants to move forward.

"[I think] Tyrion came to Bronn, and Bronn must have gone to Cersei, because Cersei knew about it", Flynn adds. So sure, as an actor it would have been great, but also, I didn't necessarily think Bronn was still going to be around in season seven after what he's gone through. During that time, he's served both Lannister brothers (for the right price), and is now hounding Jaime Lannister to give him the castle that was promised him back in season 5. "Down the road, I believe we'll get a nice bit of Tyrion and Bronn doing their thing and shootin' the breeze as they do and some of that old dynamic comes back". "Game of Thrones" has previously relished in killing off our most beloved characters, so prepare for the worst. So I think she needs to fall in love, and you can see that she's starting to weaken. She's someone who doesn't believe harm will ever fall upon her or the dragons and, as such, doesn't think twice about sending them into battle.

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While this episode is not up to the usual standard, I do hope it pays off in the long run.

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