In Game of Thrones season 7 episode 2, we watched Arya meet a beloved character whom we haven't seen for a really long time, and after an emotional farewell, Arya heads North for Winterfell. Theon is broken (Alfie Allen absolutely sold that scene with only a look); all the pleasant reunions with Sansa and Yara couldn't make him whole again physically or psychologically.
In the season premiere, Euron promises Cersei a gift that'll prove he's a worthy husband-to-be. Now that they know the location of dragonglass thanks to Sam, he must attempt to convince Daenerys to fight the common enemy.
"I am probably not alone in wondering which of my favourite characters are going to meet their ends, and which will live on to the next season".
Sexposition seems to be a thing of the past, with Benioff and Weiss opting for something much more effective thanks to war room scenes. She was meeting with Daenerys, Yara Greyjoy, and Ellaria Sand, deciding how to use their combined forces. While this is going on, the Unsullied will sneak in and take the Lannister stronghold, Casterley Rock. This idea passed without argument.
In the teaser for episode three, Euron returns to what must surely be King's Landing to tell Cersei the good news.
The official synopsis from HBO for Episode 3 reads: "Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) holds court". She'll also be unable to bring the Dornish Army to join the Tyrells in a seige of King's Landing, forcing the Dornish to travel by land across half the continent. No one looked thrilled by this. "Will you take a bit of advice from an old woman?" she asks.
"You are my weakness", he says to her.
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Her husband happened to leave one hanging around in the man cave. You know the drill. I've outlived them all. Are you a sheep? No. The people you try to poison in the second season come back in the seventh riding a dragon and melting faces.
Why would it make sense for Olenna to betray Daenerys?"I've outlived them all", she says, because "I've ignored them". In season 6 Cersei killed everyone in Olenna's family, and it's likely that all Olenna wants right now is revenge. At least Daenerys is gathering her allies and putting together a strategy to retake the seven kingdoms. It is also pointed out to him that Daenerys' dragons would also be a help against the undead beyond the Wall. Unfortunately, their ship ran straight into big, bad uncle Euron's fleet of thugs and things went downhill really fast. After telling Ellaria Sand that Theon will serve as her protector once she becomes Queen of the Iron Islands, it's that much more painful to see Theon slowly back away from Yara and jump overboard to save himself.
During the failed Greyjoy Rebellion, he orchestrated a daring raid of the Lannister fleet at Lannisport as Jamie Lannister [VIDEO] pointed out during Euron's audience with Cersie.