Here's the "Game of Thrones" power rankings based on season seven episode three, "The Queen's Justice" in order of who won and who lost. Although this is a blow to Team Daenery's, I'm all for it because it brings us to the MVP of the episode: Olenna Tyrell. Warning: moderate spoilers ahead! We witnessed a moment of vulnerability in her when she lamented Marcella's death, and in return, she wanted Ellaria to feel the same suffering. Lady Olenna graciously accepts Jaime's offer, absolutely pounds her goblet and then reveals that she's the one who killed Joffrey. Either the creators want us to think something is going on with the chambermaid by lingering the camera on an insignificant character, or the chambermaid is, in fact, Arya in disguise.
During a conversation between Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister, Jon refers to the dangers posed by the White Walkers. Let us know your thoughts in the comments! While she knows her role in the great game has finally come to a close, Lady Olenna's final move might just be the one that ends up completely unraveling her rival's house and family. In the book, there was another prophecy, that she would be murdered by the Valonqar. Cersei Lannister's servant pops into her room for a quick second right after the queen has finished boning her brother Jaime, and Cersei is surprisingly completely nonchalant about her flaunting not-so-well-kept incest secret in front of her. Euron's continued cockiness is irking Jaime, even when his sister-lover seems immune to the charms of Emo Rock Iron Born. It is likely the last we see of both characters. Daenerys fumed, "He's refused to call me a queen, he's refused to bow and now he's calling me a child,".
Away from the tense back and forth, some online found it amusing that Daenerys proclaimed herself to be the "last Targaryen" - an ironic statement since fans found out last season that Snow himself has Targaryen blood.
In them, Theon Greyjoy can be seen arriving at Dragonstone, which is now inhabited by Daenerys Targaryen and her allies.
Up until this moment, everyone in King's Landing had assumed that Sansa Stark was responsible for Joffrey's death, so this is a huge revelation to Jaime.
"It's like imagining you have all of space and time in your head".