Digging into Season 8 Episode 2, there's also a wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the shooting of the fireplace scene and subsequent knighting of Brienne of Tarth, with insight from the actors involved and director David Nutter. But by the end of A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms not only have all of the characters finally caught up with what the audience has long known about them but we also got to spend one glorious final night with the most beloved people in the show.
This forthcoming episode will be bigger than its two season 8 predecessors, clocking in at a whopping 82 minutes in length.
'The Night King is coming, ' Jon said in a voiceover.
Nearly all the major characters still alive have gathered at Winterfell, prepared to unite and make their stand against the Night King and the Army of the Dead.
A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms opened with Jaime Lannister being questioned by Danerys and Sansa, and only being saved after Brienne vouched for his honor.
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There's a chance she could show up in the aftermath, but having her story culminate with the drama of human politics rather than the doomsday threat of the Night King would seem contradictory to her entire character arc and the things she's been hinting at all along.
The second episode had a lot of people walking around with a defeatist attitude, basically saying "Welp, we are about to go into a war that we can't win so let's just do our best even though we all might die". She insists that it's "impossible", and Jon explains that he found out the truth from Bran, via Samwell, who confirmed the paper trail.
Despite being told the bombshell that Jon is her nephew and the true heir to the Iron Throne, both leaders are standing side-by-side. Note to self, never make romantic plans ahead of a battle against the army of the dead.
Perhaps this is the last line of defence for the Three-Eyed Raven? Now, Bran-guarded by Theon-will serve as bait to lure the Night King into Winterfell. The crypts have played a huge role throughout Game of Thrones' run, but we've only ever seen a small portion of it on-screen.