Finally, things are starting to happen on "Game of Thrones", even if a lot of it is still stage-setting and planning. All the crusty old maesters want to send him away to be quarantined with the Stone Men, but Sam has other ideas, probably because he's been gotten really into watching blackhead extraction videos. In these photos, it can clearly be seen that Yara, Ellaria, and one of the Sandsnakes are being paraded through the streets of King's Landing by Euron, presumably to be brought as thatgift for Cersei. Those who are squeamish are advised not to watch this part. The episode laid the foundation of one of the most awaited union to come, that is of Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, with Tyrion being icing on the cake. More importantly, though, he has captured Yara and Ellaria (Gemma Whelan and Indira Varma), two people who were key to Dany's plans, and will prove to be valuable to Cersei. He then unveils that he has had the best of blacksmiths working hard to forge an arrow that can kill a dragon. Imagine a giant crossbow with a spear that can pierce the skull of a dragon. Cersei just might have more to bargain with than name-calling Daenerys as the "mad king's daughter". In Episode 2, as Jon leaves for Dragonstone to meet Dany face to face, he names Sansa acting queen in the North, which means she can now rule and make decisions for her kingdom.
Of the more than 30 surviving characters in the dataset, the probability that the Mother of Dragons' story is about to conclude is 91 percent (with a 4 percent margin of error).
The heir to the Iron Islands chose the latter, leaping from the flaming ship where Yara was being held hostage by the siblings' marauding uncle Euron.
In the teaser for episode three, Euron returns to what must surely be King's Landing to tell Cersei the good news. Although, this might have just been a tactic used to stop Euron from slitting Yara's throat. That's because of what happened on the journey South from Winterfell, back in Game of Thrones Season 1, when Ned Stark was headed to King's Landing with his family, to take over as the Hand of the King, Robert Baratheon. Unfortunately, with Nymeria gone, she decided that Sansa's direwolf - Lady, who had been left behind at the camp - would have to pay restitution instead. Nymeria materializes out of the woods, instantly recognizable for her massive size.
She is headed home, after all. We see him standing in the great hall before the Iron Throne once again.
"When Euron has his sister, and Theon can try to rescue her, you know, against all the odds, he can't do it", Benioff added.
Here's an in-depth look at the preview for the seventh season's third episode, "The Queen's Justice". Spolier alert, the article would detail what went on in the second episode of Game of Thrones Season 7.