There are only two more episodes left this season after Sunday's episode so make sure you are not left out in the cold when everyone is talking about what happened on Game of Thrones at work on Monday morning.
According to Game of Thrones actor Jerome Flynn, fans of the partnership between Tyrion Lannister and infamous sellsword Bronn needn't be too disheartened by the fact the duo are now fighting on opposite sides.
While Game of Thronesgets more and more exciting, we're also facing some bad news at the same time, making this season a little bittersweet.
In the closing moments of The Spoils of War, Jaime foolishly charged at Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in a suicide bid to kill her, only to be met with a huge stream of fire from Drogon. It was a stunning and awesome scene (this behind-the-scenes video tells you how they did it), which culminated in Bronn (played by Jerome Flynn) shooting Drogon down with huge arrow shot out of a cannon-type contraption. "Although since the day the battle aired, I've been a little unpopular, I have to say", Flynn said. "My postman won't speak to me because I shot the dragon", he said. "But I was on the edge of my seat, the adrenaline was running - they really nailed it".
"Yes, I shot that thing, so it was real", he said.
"Or people say "I love her" and I kind of worry more for them". "It was all part of the sequence and training".
However, Flynn seemed to have forgotten one very important thing: many of Bronn's fans are also Drogon's fans. "It's probably the coolest weapon I'm going to get to play with", he said.
Asked if people should be concerned about Bronn's well-being at the end of the episode, Flynn replied, "I think it depends on if you care for him".
How did you feel about Bronn shooting Drogon? The title of the episode supports this, as Eastwatch-By-The-Sea is the name of a castle on the Wall; it's the one where Tormund and the Brotherhood Without Banners were all heading last we saw them, in fact.
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