As the last episode of the season, I have to say, this episode conclude some arc that felt dragging or that required to be ended in order for the show to progress
The final nail in the coffin for Jon's lineage. They basically told all the casual viewers who the next in line for the Throne should be. I know a lot of people in this forum are tired of it but a lot of friends of mine or only watch and have not read the book, still didn't fully understand it. Also, the behind the scene of the director saying, "oh and she is his aunt". I hope that clicks with some casual viewers
Jamie and Cersei. I honestly thought she was going to kill him. Finally, Jamie has come to acknowledgement that his sister Cersie is crazy. He has finally joined the side of good. I do hope he live through all of this because this his ups and down, this guy as a character has developed so much. I'd say top 3
Petyr. I thought he was going to cry when he spoke to Sansa at one point. The Sansa vs Arya never felt genuine to me. It felt like they were playing it especially this episode where it felt like Petyr was walking into the trap. I'm glad it's over and it ended on a high point
DRAGON!! UNDEAD DRAGON destroying the wall. Honestly, it's been 8 ****** years and it's finally down. For some reason who started reading the books when the started (90's?), even on the tv show, it must be cool and nice to see it tumbling down. I only started reading the book when the show started so for me not that big of a wait compared to readers.
I was hoping Cersei was not going to betray them but as expected, she had a smart plan
Bronn, Tyrion, Clegane brothers,..etc the dialogue on the show was top notch this episode. The set pieces, cgi, and acting was awesome.
Bran is finally useful to the plot, though, i don't think he needed to do anything considering Sansa already made up her mind
Winter is finally here!
Everyone's reaction with the wight. In some way, it worked
Jorah got friendzoned sooooooo much. Can this guy get a break
The wight strategy did not work
Golden company is now strongest army? Really? I thought it was the Dothraki. They got 20,000?
I thought this was an excellent back to the root of what made Game of Thrones so good. 10/10