Happy Monday with Donald Trump in 'Game of Thrones'

Tomas Mccoy
August 22, 2017

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The penultimate episode of Game of Thrones gave us the most hard deaths yet: Viserion, one of Dany's dragons, aka, "children".

Jon, the hero, stays back to fight the Wights so that his people could board the Dragons.

There is a scene with Tyrion, Varys and Theon travelling to some place in a ship, making their own way to Casterly Rock from Dragonstone as we see later in the trailer. So we had two episodes based around the dumbest possible idea that's a betrayal of what we know about the characters all to get Daenerys losing a dragon to the Night King. She made a bit of a comeback by toasting the Lannister army at Highgarden in the fourth episode, so with her dragons, she still had the advantage.

Somehow the Night King and his White Walkers had the foresight to bring hundreds of feet of bulky chains with them to the middle of nowhere. Our heart beats absolutely dropped when the Night King held his ice javelin to bring down the dragon, but we nearly lost them when we saw Viserion open his eyes again, but with Night King's kiss, as an ice dragon. But the big shock of the night came when Viserion was pulled from the lake and his eyes turned a cold ice blue when he was transformed into a White Walker or wight dragon by the Night King.


Do you agree that this was the most depressing episode of Game of Thrones yet?

See how the internet mourned (and then panicked) over Viserion's fate - and a few who gave the Night King credit where credit was due.

With only one episode left for the season, we wonder where Jon and Dany's potential relationship is headed next.

Although Game of Thrones is an infinitely meme-able show, some episodes provide more fodder than others.

Taylor revealed that as they were filming the first season, author George R.R. Martin was surprisingly chatty about where the storyline was going to go.

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