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'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 3: Highlights from 'The Queen's Justice'

04 Août 2017

When is of Game of Thrones Season 7 episode 3 coming out? But, more importantly, Olenna used her dying breath to plant a seed with Jaime, who now knows that Cersei's crusade against Tyrion was unfounded.

Olenna Tyrell's goes out not with a whimper but with a bang.

Cersei drinks alone when discussing her debts with the Iron Bank. Jon agrees. Tyrion asks Jon about Sansa and how Jon became King of the North. Jon wants to know how Tyrion developed a relationship with Daenerys.

He was pulled from the water but now Theon Greyjoy is returning to his Ironborn roots on the sea.

Euron had a great week, and a surprising roar of applause when he arrived in King's Landing. What is stopping Dany, once she finds the Lannister troops during her dragon reconnaissance flight, from leading her Dothraki hordes and Unsullied battalions right into Jaime's forces, making him the fool that had to meet them in an open field? But no matter what he does, it seems that he'll never get what he wants most: Cersei. Euron brings the women to Cersei on her thrown in front of the people.

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In "The Queen's Justice", we finally see the Jon-Daenerys meeting that we'd anticipated for years.

She sends the Unsullied into a risky situation, completely underestimating the Lannister's ability to strategize. As for the Dragon Queen, Daenerys is irritated by Jon's obvious reluctance to bend a knee. He has captured Ellaria Sand - who happened to have killed Cersei's only daughter - and one of the Sand sisters. On the opposite coast, along with most of Daenery's supplies, Highgarden was the real prize while Casterly Rock was something the Lannister's were willing to part with.

Jaime and the Lannister army were victorious in their battles, and their capture of Highgarden may have helped the ongoing money problems for the crown.

Though we're sad Olenna won't be around to deliver any biting quips or witty comebacks, at least her final moments were just as badass as the rest of her scenes on the series. Yes, there was a death and it was brutal. Alas, Cersei had to enjoy the first sip from her first bottle of the day solo.

As Jaime assures Olenna that he convinced Cersei (Lena Headey) to let her die a painless death ― poison in wine ― the Tyrell matriarch reveals that she, not Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), was the one to poison Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) at his own wedding.