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Game Of Thrones Season 8 Episode 2 Explained

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Title :Game Of Thrones Season 8 Episode 2 Explained
Duration : 5m 36s
Uploader : Looper
Added On: : 22 April, 2019
Views : 335885 times
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With only six episodes left in the entire series, the second episode of the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones had a lot of groundwork to lay down as the show comes to an end. From Arya's big moment to Brienne's new title, let's talk about the second episode of Game of Thrones' final season, and what it all means. When Jaime Lannister turns up at Winterfell to help in the fight against the incoming army of the dead, he doesn't exactly receive a warm welcome, and it's no wonder why. Not only is Jaime forced to face down Bran, the boy he once tried to murder when Bran caught Jaime sleeping with his queen and sister, but he also has to come face to face with Daenerys, whose father he successfully murdered — despite being a member of the Kingsguard and swearing to protect him. Meanwhile, Sansa Stark is still angry at Jaime for turning on her own father, Ned Stark, during their shared time in King's Landing. But in the end, his friend and ally, Brienne of Tarth stands up for the Kingslayer, convincing Sansa to allow Jaime to stay safely in Winterfell King's Landing. Jaime may still be guilty of plenty, but it looks like he'll live to fight another day. Chances are good that the mercy shown by both Sansa and Daenerys will have lasting effects on the conflicts to come as the series wraps up over the next few episodes. Now that the two leaders have found some common ground, it's possible they'll find a way to work together to unite the Seven Kingdoms. Then again… After realizing that Sansa needed to be convinced to accept her new queen, Daenerys sits down alone with the eldest Stark and Lady of Winterfell in the second episode, determined to win over the stoic survivor and explain what she hopes to accomplish during her time in Westeros. The meeting seems to go well at first — Sansa even cracks a smile, and the two join hands as they talk about Jon. But it all eventually goes south when Sansa makes it clear that she doesn't want to relinquish the North's claim for independence once Daenerys takes the Iron Throne, leaving things just as tense as they were before their chat. Daenerys' intentions might be good, but it's unlikely that she'll ever fully impress anyone in the North, making it that much harder for her to unite Westeros under her rule. Daenerys may think she has Jon's loyalty, but given how the other lords of the North view Sansa, that may not end up being enough to keep hold on the region in the end. Watch the video to see more of Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2's ending explained. #GameOfThrones #KnightOfTheSevenKingdoms #GoTSeason8 Jaime stands trial | 0:17 Daenerys tries to win over her "in-laws" | 1:12 Everyone prepares for battle | 1:58 Arya takes control | 2:50 Jon tells Daenerys | 3:53

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