I also heard online someone say 73, but I remember 63 as the total number of people burned in the sequence. Dany's getting desperate after losing her allies with her world-peace approach and both Tyrion and Jon advise her to persist.
But with only three episodes left in season 7 (and then with just season 8 left before the series ends), expect a lot of big moments in the coming weeks.
Following weeks of questionable advice and devastating losses, Dany finally mounted Drogon and led her Dothraki against the Lannisters.
Despite all his whoring and drinking, Robert Baratheon seemed to have an amazing knowledge of the Dothraki tactics, and of what Viserys - or, in this case, Daenerys - would do once the sailing to Westeros was over. Fans speculate that Lyanna gave birth to Rhaegar's son and that baby is Jon.
The Reporter wrote the documents included a video letter addressed to HBO CEO Richard Plepler, who was not the executive whose emails were leaked. Drogon brought the flames and lit up the Reach and helped Daenerys win the day. Yes he's a self-aggrandising shit.
What is Cersei's next move?
But did Baelish organise the murder of Bran? Your Name Will Disappear is, of course, based on season six, episode nine, "The Battle of the Bastards".
There is something undeniably anti-climatic about "Spoils of War" being the last time Jaime is on screen. Either Jaime gets captured again by his enemies, this time by Tyrion instead of Robb Stark. "And so much of it is not from dialogue or anything we wrote".
This would also put Cersei at a crossroads.
Hackers claiming to have breached HBO were demanding millions of dollars in ransom payments from the television group, while threatening to release more files from what is claimed to be a massive data breach. Theon is only saved by the fact that he saved Sansa last season. IKEA rugs? Even on the set of the Game of Thrones, the Crows can't get taken seriously. While acting as cupbearer for Lord Tywin, Arya witnessed an exchange between the Lannister and Lord Baelish.
Arya Stark showed off her battle skills.. Now let's talk about that knife.
But there was another scene between Jon and Daenerys, in which some eagle-eyed viewers spotted little details that trace all the way back to the very first episode of the show. He will also know that Littlefinger betrayed Ned leading to his death, but as Meera shrewdly observed, Bran died in the cave beyond the wall. Just ask Jamie, if he's not dead.