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Here's the trailer for Game Of Thrones, season 8, episode 4 – What should we expect now?




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Well, there it is – up there – the trailer for next week's episode The Game of Thrones.

We only have three left, dear readers. What will we do when it's over? I'll be honest, this show is just about my favorite thing to write, and my favorite thing to share with all of you. When that's over, I'm not sure what I'm going to do with myself.

We worry, infinitely, about which of our favorite characters will die. But here's the truth about finishing a good series of books – or a good TV show – when it's over, all of our favorite characters may be dead. Gone, but not forgotten, as the saying goes.

We have three remaining episodes. And now that – SPOILERS – Night King is dead and the heroes of Winterfell have succeeded, and we know who Azor Ahai is, well. . . And now? What next? What should we expect?

I have some thoughts, of course. I have no idea if they will be correct, although I say this:

I was right about the king of the night not going to Porto Real. I was correct about our heroes.inating off the army of the dead in episode 3. And I was also correct about the crypts being a very terrible place to hide your old, weak and weak. I've been right about a few things lately, and wrong about many other things. So let's talk about what comes after the Battle of Winterfell.

DQ

The Dragon Queen

Credit: HBO

On the surface, it is the war between the survivors of the North and the much cooler forces of Cersei in Porto Real. In the North we have a very exhausted force of Immaculate, Northerners and Vale Knights, a handful of Dothraki and one or two dragons (two, I think, but only one is confirmed alive).

In Porto Real, we have a diminished Lannister force next to Euron's magic fleet and Gold Compay, a mercenary force of 20,000 men. But no dragons. In the above trailer, we hear Dany talking about taking the fight to Cersei, and that's where the fight goes. As we are all aware at the moment, Daenerys Targaryen, mother of dragons, wants nothing that the Iron Throne Cersei is keeping warm.

I hope to find some things in the next three episodes:

  • Another battle (not so epic), this time between the forces of life.
  • Cleganebowl, as Sandor and Gregor Clegane finally throw away, and the Hound wins (but dies in the process).
  • A conflict between Dany and the Starks, with Tyrion stuck in the middle and without Jorah nearby to make Dany consider better and more moral deeds.
  • Jaime will eventually kill Cersei. Regicide becomes the Queenslayer.
  • Tyrion and Sansa do the knot again (sorry, I'm sending these guys)
  • A final showdown between Jon and Rhaegal and Dany and Drogon.
  • Oh, sorry, did not I mention that Daenerys will go to Full Targaryen in the end? I hope I'm wrong, but it looks like she's going to follow all her worst impulses now that Jorah's gone, and Jon is a clear and present danger to her succession to the Iron Throne (not to mention the stubborn Sansa).

In the next episode, however, I foresee only the basis for all this. There are no great battles. There are no great treacheries. Just setting for things to come. Episode 5 will be the great battle between Cersei and the good guys, and the end will finish everything else, finally establishing who sits on the Iron Throne – if there is an Iron Throne left to sit on.

"We'll rip it off, root and stem," Dany says victoriously to the north. I'm not so sure it will be as easy as that. There is no Azor Ahai to clean up this mess, after all.

Read my review of the Sunday night episode – the Battle of Winterfell – here.

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Well, there it is – up there – the trailer for next week's episode The Game of Thrones.

We only have three left, dear readers. What will we do when it's over? I'll be honest, this show is just about my favorite thing to write, and my favorite thing to share with all of you. When that's over, I'm not sure what I'm going to do with myself.

We worry, infinitely, about which of our favorite characters will die. But here's the truth about finishing a good series of books – or a good TV show – when it's over, all of our favorite characters may be dead. Gone, but not forgotten, as the saying goes.

We have three remaining episodes. And now that – SPOILERS – Night King is dead and the heroes of Winterfell have succeeded, and we know who Azor Ahai is, well. . . And now? What next? What should we expect?

I have some thoughts, of course. I have no idea if they will be correct, although I say this:

I was right about the king of the night not going to Porto Real. I was right about our heroes ending the army of the dead in episode 3. And I was also right about the crypts being a very terrible place to hide their old, weak and weak. I've been right about a few things lately, and wrong about many other things. So let's talk about what comes after the Battle of Winterfell.

DQ

The Dragon Queen

Credit: HBO

On the surface, it is the war between the survivors of the North and the much cooler forces of Cersei in Porto Real. In the North we have a very exhausted force of Immaculate, Northerners and Vale Knights, a handful of Dothraki and one or two dragons (two, I think, but only one is confirmed alive).

In Porto Real, we have a diminished Lannister force next to Euron's magic fleet and Gold Compay, a mercenary force of 20,000 men. But no dragons. In the above trailer, we hear Dany talking about taking the fight to Cersei, and that's where the fight goes. As we are all aware at the moment, Daenerys Targaryen, mother of dragons, wants nothing that the Iron Throne Cersei is keeping warm.

I hope to find some things in the next three episodes:

  • Another battle (not so epic), this time between the forces of life.
  • Cleganebowl, as Sandor and Gregor Clegane finally throw away, and the Hound wins (but dies in the process).
  • A conflict between Dany and the Starks, with Tyrion stuck in the middle and without Jorah nearby to make Dany consider better and more moral deeds.
  • Jaime will eventually kill Cersei. Regicide becomes the Queenslayer.
  • Tyrion and Sansa do the knot again (sorry, I'm sending these guys)
  • A final showdown between Jon and Rhaegal and Dany and Drogon.
  • Oh, sorry, did not I mention that Daenerys will go to Full Targaryen in the end? I hope I'm wrong, but it looks like she's going to follow all her worst impulses now that Jorah's gone, and Jon is a clear and present danger to her succession to the Iron Throne (not to mention the stubborn Sansa).

In the next episode, however, I foresee only the basis for all this. There are no great battles. There are no great treacheries. Just setting for things to come. Episode 5 will be the great battle between Cersei and the good guys, and the end will finish everything else, finally establishing who sits on the Iron Throne – if there is an Iron Throne left to sit on.

"We'll rip it off, root and stem," Dany says victoriously to the north. I'm not so sure it will be as easy as that. There is no Azor Ahai to clean up this mess, after all.

Read my review of the Sunday night episode – the Battle of Winterfell – here.


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