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And just when we thought there was an opportunity to get out of a bad spot, whack. The TV series did a great job of paralleling the first two books. Oh -- And TriniD now realize why Grey Worm is always so quiet and hardly speaks. It would've been a fool's errand to challenge Euron, but he'd have gotten posthumous respect for it. Poor Davos tries some light hearted talk and she's all about showing off the dragons. Dany came across as Queen Bitch there, but Jon remained unbent and unbowed (hey that's the House Martell motto. Got a particularly evil form of revenge on Ellaria (as predicted). And appears to have gotten into the Iron Bank's good graces. And I wonder if Sansa is eager to get behind Bran ruling Winterfell since she and Jon clearly have differences. Bran for his part wants no part of it, but he's still being a bit cryptic. The Lannisters abandoned Casterly Rock, isolated the Unsullied troops with help from the Greyjoys, and stormed the Tyrell seat of power. A good innings under tough circumstances, Diana Rigg. It's hard to imagine Theon's role in the grand scheme of things. He's a broken man with no courage, no power, no respect, and barely a highborn title left. Sansa was a child who still a member of a powerful noble highborn family. I think most people who read the books and watch the show knew she was going to grow up and be a person to be reckoned with at some point in time. I thought he had fulfilled his usefulness after he helped Sansa escape from Ramsay. I don't really see what purpose he still has on the show. The whole Winterfell saga is completely different in the books than the show. Having Theon go with Yara must be portending to a showdown with Euron as opposed to the books suggesting the showdown will be Yara (Asha) vs Euron.

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