If you have watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones, The Queen's Justice, you will remember the weird scene where Cersei invited her chambermaid in to change her sheets despite the fact it would reveal her incestuous relationship with her brother. It also singles out "two fleeting moments of great courage and empathy in this episode".
Waiting patiently for his arrival, Lady Olenna greeted Jaime calmly - knowing that her end was nigh.
Melisandre's quote, "I've done my part; I've brought together fire and ice", on Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones (Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO Canada) gave us goosebumps for so many reasons. And while fans have been rooting for both heroes since the show launched in 2011, the King in the North and the Mother of Dragons didn't quite hit it off. The two seem to share some more scenes in Dragonstone in next week's episode, according to the hints in the trailer.
She's got an army of Unsullied, a Dothraki horde, a fleet of ships, the world's smartest dwarf as her Hand and three fully grown dragons - but things are not going well for Daenerys Targaryen.
Jon Snow is there when Davos lays into Melisandre about the cruel and disgusting crime, for which Davos wants to execute Melisandre.
Let's be honest though - Jon and Dany's tentative alliance, shaky as it is, couldn't come at a better time.
"There are always lessons in failure", said Jamie, having poured Olenna a drink.
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The conversation then turned to Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson), the son of Jamie and his sister Cersei (Lena Headey) who himself was killed in the fourth season of the show. It was fun to be there and when we wrapped, the showrunners came around and said a few words. Ellaria and Tyene are far from innocent and Cersei kills Tyene with the exact same poison used on Myrcella.
Olenna Tyrell's goes out not with a whimper but with a bang. Check out how fans of the show memorialized Lady Olenna, the Game of Thrones character who was petty right up until her final breath.