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‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 2: The Night King Cometh – Because your thirst for “Game of Thrones” content is as unquenchable as the Night King’s thirst for murdering all of humanity, Watch Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 2 Full Online Live Stream:

Original Title : Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 2: Episode 2
Title : Game of Thrones
Season : 8
Episodes : 2
Episodes Title : Episode 2
Genre : Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama, Action & Adventure
Air Date : 2019-04-21
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Overview : The battle at Winterfell is approaching. Jaime is confronted with the consequences of the past.
The most entertaining facet of Game of Thrones is that no one is ever safe. The minute things start looking good for a fan-favorite character is the minute fans have to start worrying about that character.

Game of Thrones kicked things off last week with a season premiere that was largely about various characters giving one another looks. Sansa giving Daenerys an icy stare. The dragon eyeing Jon as he tried to get it on with his queen. Jaime and Bran gazing at one another, Jaime’s face a mixture of concern and regret; Bran as implaccable as ever. Sam staring at the Mother of Dragons as she told him how she killed his father and brother.

So many looks. Not so much action. I thought it was a very good episode that, like virtually every other Game Of Thrones season premiere, started off slow, setting the stage for the episodes to come. Of course, with just five more episodes, I can understand why many fans felt things moved a little slowly, and precious time was wasted with Jon and Dany galavanting about on their (starving) dragons for no good reason.

I suspect things will begin to heat up in episode 2, at least judging by the trailer and the new images HBO has released. First, let’s watch the trailer:

Lions And Dragons And Wolves, Oh My!

The blurb for this episode is: “The battle at Winterfell is approaching. Jaime is confronted with the consequences of the past. A tense interaction between Sansa and Daenerys follows.”

Two things appear to be happening in this preview trailer. First, we have Jaime presenting himself before Sansa and Daenerys, likely begging for forgiveness and offering up his sword. We don’t hear from any of the Starks, though they have plenty of their own problems with the Kingslayer, but Daenerys is rather fearsome.

“When I was a child, my brother would tell me a bedtime story about the man who murdered our father,” she says, “and all the things we would do to that man.” Jaime looks as though he’s going to be sick.

Brienne will likely vouch for Jaime. So will Tyrion.

They should, in any case. Jaime has turned a new leaf since the days of tossing young boys from towers and incestuous liaisons. Not only has he lost his hand and found his honor, like Cersei he’s lost all his children. He’s no longer the boy he was when he killed the Mad King Aerys–and the king he killed, Dany’s father, was a psychopath hellbent on burning down King’s Landing and everyone in it–and he’s no longer the commander of the King’s Guard, doing his father’s bidding.

But he may drive yet another wedge between our various heroes.

His sister seems to be doing just that, given Tyrion’s plan to turn her over to the light side of the Force.

“He never should have trusted Cersei,” Daenerys says at one point, though she could be speaking about any number of people. Ned Stark? Tyrion? Jaime? Probably Jaime, since Dany went along with Tyrion’s stupid plan, which is what Sansa would be referring to.

“You never should have, either,” Sansa snipes back. Point, Sansa. Sansa is getting all the points with her crisp scoldings of the Starks’ new allies.

Skip ahead to the forges and dark corridors of Winterfell.

“Death. It’s got many faces,” Arya says, still totally brainwashed by the Faceless Men of Braavos. “I look forward to seeing this one.” Is she referring to the Night King? To someone she plans on killing? I’m not really sure.

“How long do we have?” Jon asks, while speaking with Tormund Giantsbane out in the courtyard. We get flashes of various characters. Grey Worm and Missandei kissing. Jorah Mormont on a horse, looking worried. Catapults and riders.

“Before the sun comes up tomorrow,” Tormund replies. I guess that’s when the Night King will arrive. My guess is he’ll show up at Winterfell at the end of the episode, and then episode 3 will be the massive Battle of Winterfell, apparently the longest battle ever shot for television or film.

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