But Will wasn’t the only family member to show up: Willow Smith also made a guest appearance for the second week in a row and Jada Pinkett Smith was reportedly watching the show. Later on, Will shared a clip of the performance on Instagram with the caption “Done Did ‘dat!
When Samwell Tarly gifts Jorah Mormont with a special piece of weaponry in the latest episode of Game of Thrones, titled "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms," it's far more than a simple act of generosity - it's a particularly meaningful, full-circle moment for the formerly disgraced son of House Mormont.
To remind any of you who 1.) didn't read the books, or 2.) read the books and watched the show, but can't remember what happened early on in either Jorah had quite the checkered past before he crossed paths with Daenerys Targaryen. The shameful decisions he made years earlier that resulted in his exile are actually why receiving the Valyrian steel sword from Sam made for such a heartfelt scene. Need a refresher on what went down? Let's dive in.
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If your memory of the past isn't as clear as Bran's, the Night King leaves this mark in season six. At that point, Bran's already met the previous Three-Eyed Raven after going on a mission beyond the wall to find him - though back then,
Jorah's father is Jeor Mormont, better known as the Lord Commander, or leader, of the Night's Watch during the show's first three seasons. Prior to the events of the series, Jeor was the Lord of Bear Island and the head of his house. Joining the Night's Watch then passed those titles onto Jorah. However, we first meet Jorah in Essos, where he's fled
Fans of the books may recognize "Jenny of Oldstones" as a destitute woman who won the heart of Prince Duncan Targaryen and married him, even though he was already betrothed to the daughter of Lord Lyonel Baratheon and against the wishes of Prince Targaryens' father, King Aegon Targaryen V. King Aegon attempted to dismantle the union, but Duncan refused to
Jaime Lannister has finally returned to Winterfell, but he almost loses his head in the process. The former leader of the Kingsguard arrives in Winterfell in the final seconds of the premiere of Game of Thrones' eighth season, and he stands trial in the opening minutes of the second episode. While Daenerys is quick to suggest he pay for his sins against her family (though we can't say anyone's really mad about that outcome), Brienne convinces Sansa to trust him. Jon agrees, since "they need all the men they can get." But there's one point in the trial that truly seems to shake Jaime, and that's a single comment from Bran Stark: "The things we do for love." The seemingly simple phrase is enough to seriously rattle the older man.
As a reminder, the phrase goes back to season one,
The last time they saw each other, Theon had just overcome the major trauma of being "Reek" to get Sansa to the safety of Brienne. During his time with Ramsay, the Greyjoy heir is beaten, tortured, and degraded. Before Sansa becomes Ramsay's bride, the Bolton bastard has already made Theon a eunuch and put him through unthinkable mental and physical torture. Things only get worse from there.
For the most part, Ghost has been absent on screen for a couple of seasons. In reality, it's most likely been a question of practicality: as Jon has been traveling around Westeros, there's no real story need to have his loyal direwolf companion with him,
Back in season two when the White Walkers are still a big mystery in Westeros, the Night's Watch go on a mission to investigate them. They stop at Craster's Keep, something of a safe house run by a wildling named Craster and his many daughter-wives. This is where Sam meets and falls for Gilly, who's pregnant with Craster's baby. Jon Snow finds out that Craster's not exactly the best dad,
So, Ok. Kit may not be the tall drink of water that some of his costars happen to be. But thanks to a sexy accent, sultry stare, and gorgeous set of curls, we barely even notice.
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Someone who has noticed, however? Daenerys Targaryen, aka his love interest in the HBO fantasy series. The powerful character, played by British actress Emilia Clarke, happens to crack a joke about the height of Harington's Jon Snow in season eight's second episode, "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms." When she and Jon's sister, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), are discussing what they've given up for the men in their lives,
In the midst of all the lurking danger and upcoming tragedy on Game of Thrones, not everything is terrible for everyone. During Sunday night's episode, a fan-favorite duo finally took the next step in their relationship. After years of separation, followed by this season's reunion, longtime crushes Arya and Gendry finally hooked up! Before they took that big step, they talked about their romantic and sexual histories - and Gendry's got at least one deeply horrifying story in his past.
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To recap: Gendry and Arya are separated in season three, when Gendry is sold over to Melisandre, the Red Priestess working with Stannis Baratheon at the time. Melisandre has taken an interest in him because of his Baratheon heritage as the last surviving son of the late king Robert Baratheon, which
Rhaegar is the eldest son of "Mad" King Aerys II, making him heir to the Iron Throne and Daenerys's oldest brother. The Targaryens are allies with the Lannisters way back when at this time, and Cersei always thought she might marry Rhaegar, but the two families' peace falls apart when the Mad King instead marries Rhaegar to Elia Martell of Dorne, with whom he has two children. But everything really falls apart in the Seven Kingdoms when Rhaegar
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Ser Brienne of Tarth, a knight of the Seven Kingdoms, is now Lady Brienne's official title thanks to Jaime. But that beautiful moment that occurs during episode two of Game of Thrones season eight, between the Kingslayer and Brienne, may never have happened without the characters' last encounter at the dragonpit back in King's Landing. At the end of the season eight premiere, things weren't looking great for the Lannister knight. He begins the season's second episode pretty much where he ends the first one: standing before a long line of people who aren't too happy to see him. But Jaime's there because his word is worth risking his neck for. More importantly, he's there because Brienne's words about honor during their last encounter got to him in a major way, as he's quick to subtly remind her as he's making his case
Arya's age is pretty easy to pinpoint. Back in an early season one episode, she actually states her age on screen as 11. With seven years having elapsed on screen, just like in real life, Arya is now 18 years old. It's Gendry whose age has never quite been confirmed. The illegitimate son of Robert Baratheon
The haunting ballad isn't on the season eight soundtrack - which includes songs from Maren Morris, Sza, The Weeknd, and more - so we're even more excited it made it into the show at all. Truthfully, we can't imagine a more fitting (and ethereal) musician to accompany the eerie ambiance of the series.
Watch the lyric video above, then listen to it on Apple Music, Spotify, and more here.
Jaime Lannister is ready to fight. As Game of Thrones reaches its final battles, the morally ambiguous knight has arrived at Winterfell to take up the Targaryen-Stark cause to fight against the coming onslaught of White Walkers. Although he earns a pardon after Brienne speaks for him and Jon notes that their cause needs every man they can get, Jaime has a slightly different fighting situation than most of his fellow fighters: he only has one hand. He's learned to adapt, but it's worth remembering just how the former elite knight ended up here.
Back in season three, Jaime travels with Brienne of Tarth after leaving the captivity of the Starks. Unfortunately for them, the duo is soon captured by a group of soldiers loyal to the cruel Boltons, who threaten violence against both of them. Jaime is able to stop the soldiers from sexually violating Brienne,
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