Game Of Thrones is nearing the end of perhaps it’s strongest season. With the return of major characters like Jon Snow, Bronn, and The Hound, Game Of Thrones has been firing on all cylinders this year. Between the Faith Militant taking control of King’s Landing, the Bolton’s still holding Winterfel, the Starks raising their army, and the White Walkers on their way, the end of this season is sure to be explosive. Not to mention the rumored “Cleganebowl” trial by combat between The Hound and The Mountain, and Arya’s ongoing trials with the Faceless Men. The last three episodes of season 6, which begins tonight with “No One” are sure to be the best string of episodes we’ve seen in a while.
First, the synopsis:
While Jaime weighs his options, Cersei answers a request. Tyrion’s plans bear fruit. Arya faces a new test.
Now, the preview:
-We will FINALLY be seeing FrankenMountain in all of his ass-kicking zombie glory. FINALLY! Perfect timing too, cause I’ve f*cking had it with the Faith Militant.
-Awwwww, a Jaime and Brienne reunion! Aw. Too bad it won’t last long, as they are very clearly on opposing sides. Should Jaime attack the castle, honor would compel Brienne to fight Jaime. And man, I would love to see a rematch between those two.
-The Waif is going to die this week. Calling it.
-Although Arya looks like she might be in trouble, I’m willing to bet she’s had a plan this whole time.
-The Hound is back to smashing skulls in. Fantastic. The Hound is an easy top 5 character in my book. Look for him to start making his way back to King’s Landing.
-Who could possibly be choking Podric? The dude literally doesn’t do anything other than slang his D. Looks like it may be Bronn that is choking him. Don’t worry, though, because Pod and Bronn are boys, and they’re probably just horsing around.
-Tyrion looks like he’s messing with the dragons again. What a wasted season it’s been for Tyrion so far. Let’s hope these last three episode redeem his year.
-Again, no sign of Jon Snow in the previews. That either means him and Sansa are still traveling the North on their recruitment tour, or are doing something new and exciting that the show runners don’t want to spoil in the trailer.
Season 6 Episode 8 Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, June 12, 2016
Time: 9 PM EST
TV Channel: HBO
How To Watch Season 6 Episode 8 “No One” Online
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Watch GoT Season 6 Episode 8 “No One” on Mobile
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