Jon (Kit Harington) told Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) the truth about who he is, and she now knows what that means for the Iron Throne, so there's too much to explore there for either of them to die in Episode 3.
The theory has been sparked by the fact the end of the "Knight of the Seven Kingdoms" episode saw a show of the undead army, commanded by White Walkers, but no Night King. The last scene gave us chills where we get to see Tyrion on the wall at Winterfell looking at the hordes of White Walkers that are approaching the castle. The series has been building up to the Night King's arrival since the very first scene of the show, so we know that this will be an epic clash regardless of the specific outcome. It seems there is a surprise in store for fans who believe that the Night King is leading his army of the dead in the battle against Winterfell. The wonderful fact is that the theory was posted on Reddit much before episode 2 aired. And why's that? Because the Night King can't be killed by fire.
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Reddit user qp0n thinks that the "Night King is not stupid", and posted his theory before episode 2 aired. Many concluded that he must be riding Viserion the dragon. We know Bran has been "marked" by the Night King - remember, he has the hand-print on his arm? Could it be that he spots the Night King flying past on his way? qp0n also explains that the decimation of King's Landing has been hinted at in previous seasons, including Dany's vision, which implied that a dragon attack might have destroyed parts of the castle there.
The Redditor says that the humans will actually win the upcoming Winterfell battle against the undead rather than losing it, as most people expect. That means Episode 3, which will be the longest of the series, should be filled with a ton of fighting.