Monday night's episode of Game Of Thrones saw Arya Stark finally enjoy some good fortune, reuniting with both her old friend, Hot Pie, and former direwolf, Nymeria, on her travels. You have been warned.
In "The Queen's Justice", Bran Stark finally returned home, reuniting with his sister, Sansa, who is now in charge of the North. So with Bran, ideally you want to use him in a way that adds to the story and enriches the story and not in a way that's a magic bullet to conveniently deal with things that you haven't come up with a better way to deal with. In fact, he didn't return his sister's hug, and he brought up some of the most disturbing things that have ever happened to her when he spoke to her in private.
Below is a collection of the funniest Twitter reactions to Sansa and Bran's reunion. After waiting years to see her brother again, she has found an emotionless stranger in his place.
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Despite the emotional scene, their conversation soon turned frosty as Bran told Sansa he is now the three-eyed-raven and recalled a memory on the harrowing night she got married to Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) and was raped. All the Starks have changed so much. Sansa has been held captive by these tyrannical men and had to become politically cunning herself.
'The Three Eyed Raven taught me, ' Bran replied. Bran is existing in thousands of planes of existence at any one time. Somebody put in front of him a massive encyclopedia of all of time and he's only opened page one.
Hearing that Bran is just at the start of discovering his abilities certainly makes for some interesting paths for the youngster to tread down moving forward.
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In other news, the third episode of "Game of Thrones" season 7 airs this Sunday, and fans are finally getting to see the much-awaited meeting between the Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Jon, the King in the North.
One more thing: although Bran didn't seem interested in ruling Winterfell, does Wright think there's a chance he could sit the Iron Throne?
Personally, I am thinking that we may see someone else entirely find out about Jon's parents first.
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