The battle was of course the climax of the show and the subject of 90 percent of the water-cooler conversations tomorrow, but there was something else intriguing about the episode. She only has a few names left on her kill list, but what about Petyr Baelish, who has his sights set on Arya's sister, Sansa?
The trailer begins with Drogon on a hill, licking his wounds after taking a spear to his wing in the battle scene from the previous episode. With a little sparring session with Brienne of Tarth, it's safe to say that Arya's training has paid off. And it sure was lucky that was the one cart that wasn't burned to the ground. Share your thoughts with us in the comment section. Even the Valyrian dagger spells doom for Littlefinger. Others are feared. Daenerys Targaryen is either, depending on who you ask. The title of this week's upcoming episode is far more interesting, as it's not related to anything that's been happening down south so far this season.
Theon needs Dany and Jon's help on getting his sister back from the clutches of Euron. "Now if he'd only bend the bloody knee there'll be no problems...." But now I'm wondering if he won't be the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.
Back on Dragonstone it seems Jon has found the Dragonglass he was looking for, and he shows the magnificent deposit - along with some cavepaintings created by the Children of the Forest and the First Men - to Daenerys.
Jon and Dany continue to grow their budding relationship.
Meanwhile, their triumph was not for long as they were suddenly attacked by Daenerys with her dragons and the Dothraki armies which they could hardly defend. "Enough with the clever plans". She turns to Jon and only hears the echo.
If Cersei chose to sacrifice Jamie for Khaleesi's allies, perhaps Tyrion can convince the mother of dragons to spare the life of his brother, aka the kingslayer.
While Dany tries to pull out the sword, Jaime sees that as an opportunity to charge at her.
And obviously, the ending of this episode was the best part.
RIP Jaime and Bronn?
Besides, what more could foreshadow Littlefinger's permanent goodbye than one of the episode's finest scenes - Arya and Brienne swordfighting. As I watched Drogon swoop over the battlefield and cut through the Lannister forces, I had to remind myself this was television.
Drogon laid waste to endless Lannister extras, routing their army. For that, it looks like we'll have to wait and see.
Much-concerned about Dany are Varys and Tyrion. Tyrion, who was saved from death by Jaime, keeps shouting "You fucking idiot" with the same amount of affection and frustration a thoroughly invested football fan displays in front of the TV.
And we haven't even gotten to the fact Daenerys and Jon seem to have a romantic connection. Might as well leak the rest.