"Eastwatch" Photos Show Daenerys and Jon Snow Reunion

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When you're not sure if a character is still alive at the end of an episode, chances are things didn't go so great.

It's only a few hours since Game of Thrones' Season 7 episode 4 was broadcast on HBO and on OCS and it's already time to ask what will happen next week in Eastwatch. We haven't seen much of Gilly this season and the little we've seen from Sam, he's either been cleaning chamber pots or removing greyscale from Jorah's body. She also has the Dothraki army fighting for her, and that won't make Cersei very happy either.

RickonDickon and Bronn seemed to be the only two Lannister soldiers that were of any use other than being human marshmallows.

Every week the show manages to bring even more wonderful moments to life.

Fans got to see hints of the Mad Queen side of the Mother of Dragons in the last episode. The only way would be to somehow kill her, and for a brief second, he sees that opening.

Likelihood: Medium. It would certainly make for interesting character interactions. Many who try to climb it fail, and never get to try again. He said, "You're about to be given the keys to the best Ferrari in the world; all they want you to do is put the pedal to the metal".

From the moment Arya has returned to Winterfell, she has established quite respect. Catch up with Tegan's latest recap if you need the finer details, or come back after seeing the episode. Is it possible he could join up with the Brotherhood without Banners or some other group of randoms? And the total ingrate barely said "thanks" to poor Meera, even though she dragged him through the snow for weeks and her brother died trying to save him.

So there you have it: Ed lives, probably.

"It's just complete annihilation", says Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime Lannister in the HBO show. But Tyrion does care about Jaime. Refusal will mean certain death. Let us know in the comments! He could turn on her. She may be coping with one or two pieces of dramatic news. He's always been Cersei's humanising factor, and since psychopathic Euron Greyjoy tipped up, the one-handed knight has seemed even more sympathetic. If he had to choose, should he choose Dany or Jaime?