“My Watch Has Ended.” And with those four words, a new chapter begins for Jon Snow, who according to this writer, is going to be Jon Stark by season’s end. But what does this new beginning for Jon Snow mean? Well, you’re going to have to wait another week, because based on the next episodes preview and synopsis, there is no mention of Jon Snow. So that either means something big is happening to him, or we won’t see him at all this week. First, the preview:
And now the synopsis:
“Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) strikes a deal. Jorah (Iain Glen) and Daario (Michiel Huisman) undertake a difficult task. Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Cersei (Lena Headey) try to improve their situation.”
Yeah, so, no where to be found. So let’s hope it just means something wild is about to happen.
But about the rest of the preview:
-Something big needs to happen with Dany’s storyline, cause it’s on the verge on irrelevancy. Hopefully Jorah and Daario spring her free this week. After all, with all those Dothraki’s, that’s quite the “difficult task”.
-Tyrion strikes a deal could mean a number of things, as that is all he does. I would imagine it would be with the Sons of the Harpy, in an attempt at some sort of peace.
-Jaime and Cersei try to improve their situation is also very vague, because that’s all they are ever trying to do. In episode 3, we saw Jaime try to use his position as Lord Commander of the Kingsguard for a seat at the High Council. It didn’t really work. I have a feeling Zombie Mountain is going to rack up a couple of kills this week rescuing Margery Tyrell from captivity.
-OF COURSE Brienne of Tarth and Sansa show up to Castle Black just after Jon has already left. Those Stark kids are the kings of missed connections. It will also be interesting to see what the Knight’s Watch is doing in the wake of Jon’s departure, and the rise of Edd to Lord Commander.
-I don’t care if he’s Theon again, he will always be Reek to me. He makes it back to the Iron Islands, where he will probably get an ass whooping from his sister.