In the opening moments of the episode, Arya Stark shows up in a feast sporting Walder Frey’s face. Afterward, she makes an epic address whilst poisoning the rest of the Frey guys, saying lines like, “When you depart one wolf living, the sheep are not secure,” and, “The North recalls”
It was quite baller. Arya is quite baller.
Here are the other huge moments from the premiere …
Euron gives Cersei a suggestion.
Remember Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbk)?
He showed up in Season 6, murdered Balon Greyjoy (Patrick Malahide) and ended up getting the leader of the Ironborn.
Well, today he is back and asking Cersei (Lena Headey) to his hand in marriage, verifying that the rumor that he’d be booted up with the Lannisters.
Can he marry Cersei? Meh, who knows? He maintained a present, though, so this is to be continued.
Bran reaches the Wall, and now it may be coming downagain.
It’s a Bran-new afternoon for the youngest Stark left living.
Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) eventually makes it into the Wall at the Season 7 premiere and convinces the Night’s Watch to allow him pass.
Why is it a significant moment?
Remember that Bran was pronounced with the Night’s King in Season 6 from the series. This enabled the Night’s King to get past the magical protections on the Three-Eyed Shrimp’s cave, and many theorize that when Bran strikes the Wall, it’s going take magical protections off that, also.
Arya tells Ed Sheeran she’s going to kill the queen.
OK, what the hell is happening here?
Ed Sheeran shows up in what resembles Lannister gear, sings a tune, and Arya’s like, “Yo, that was dope.”
Arya conserves the rando minute by saying she’s led to King’s Landing to kill the queen. Everybody has a great laugh.
Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer) and Thoros of Myr (Paul Kaye) show the Hound (Rory McCann) precisely why the Lord of Light picked them. While looking into the flames of a fire — in the home of a family he apparently robbed before– that the Hound sees a fantasy, for example “a mountain, it looks to be an arrowheadthat the dead are walking past.”
Jorah meets Sam.
Fulfilling yet another rumor, ” Sam Tarly (John Bradley) includes over Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) apparently in a cell in Oldtown. You just see his arm however, Jorah’s looking fairly tough thanks to that Greyscale. We’ll find out whether Sam ends up supporting him.
Besides that, Sam’s having a pretty crappy time in the Citadel, literally cleaning up crap. But then, Sam goes Harry Potter and steals keys to creep into the restricted section of the library. There, he discovers there is a whole lot of dragonglass beneath Dragonstone.
That might be quite useful when it comes to choosing the White Walkers.
Dany makes it into Westeros.
Dany (Emilia Clarke) has now arrived!
The Mother of Dragons eventually makes it into Westeros and arrives in the Targaryen ancestral home of Dragonstone. There is not a whole lot that happens here anyhow Dany’s all like, “Shall we start?”
(She means shall we start taking over the world, basically.)
The White Walkers possess giants.
Winter is here, and so are leaders at the White Walker army. They’re not in the Wall however, however, the scene just serves as a reminder that shiz is moving down along with Season 7 is still on!