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It seems that the ep will be more focused on the queens - Cersei and Daenerys.

Now that you've read all about the new episode of Game of Thrones and you've seen the trailer for "The Queen's Justice", now you need to know how to watch it.

Hours-long episodes have become the norm for Game of Thrones, and it stands to reason that they could be getting even longer as the show hurtles towards its climax. Take a look at what happened last night (July 30) below! From the start, Daenerys assumed his authority, first by asking them to give their weapons, then with a small dragon flight just above the heads of Jon and Davos, and then with Missandei who lists his many titles. While we did not see any inkling of them becoming hostile soon, we can only wait to see if any love blossoms between fire and ice. He says that the two are completely different characters and yet we could see a mutual respect growing between the two as they talked. Dany's very insistent that Jon agrees to ally with her, and while Jon doesn't outright refuse, he really needs that dragonglass. He vouched for the King in the North, but Dany only will welcome him if he "bends the knee" and acknowledges her as the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.

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I'm going to miss her so much. "He knows it's true the moment she says it", Weiss said, praising Rigg for her performance. Euron is the victor in King's Landing, dragging behind Yara Greyjoy, Ellaria and Tyene Sand, and Cersei finally gets his gift. This child could be the Prince or Princess who was promised, and he or she will be crucial to the ending of the great war. Jon's first reaction to seeing Daenerys is instant distrust. Grey Worm survived the siege on Casterly Rock, but only because the bulk of the Lannister forces were at Highgarden to take out the last of the Tyrells: Olenna.

The other big scene came at the episode's conclusion, when Queen of Thorns Olenna Tyrell (Dame Diana Rigg) was killed, poisoned by Jamie Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) after he stormed High Garden. Cersei (Lena Headey) returns a gift. And the fact that Bran is totally cold, or even absent, does not help. After trying (and failing) to explain to Sansa what being the Three-Eyd Raven is, he describes the night of Sansa's wedding to Ramsay Bolton.

The Stark reunion: Long lost in life and in vision, Bran Stark finally returned home to Winterfell and met fierce sister, Sansa. Anyway, if you believe Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen are endgame on Game of Thrones, just know that there are others out there who feel the same way, incest or not.

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