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Beric and Thoros try to recruit Sandor into the Brotherhood, explaining that they intend to head north to fight the White Walkers and need his strength.
Brienne and Podrick arrive at Riverrun. Brienne proposes to Jaime that if she can convince the Blackfish to surrender, then Jaime will allow him and the Tully army safe passage north to fight for Sansa.
Jaime gives Brienne until nightfall, and refuses Brienne's offer to return Oathkeeper, stating it belongs to her alone now.
The Blackfish is sympathetic to Sansa's plight, but refuses to abandon Riverrun, so Jaime coerces Edmure into entering Riverrun and commanding the Tullys to surrender by threatening to kill his son.
The Blackfish helps Brienne and Podrick escape, but remains to fight the Lannisters. Jaime is informed about the death of the Blackfish, and sees Brienne and Podrick escaping downstream.
Jaime and Brienne wistfully wave each other farewell. With the Red Priests on their side and spreading pro-Daenerys propaganda, Tyrion and Varys see Meereen returning to life.
Varys leaves for Westeros to find more allies. Some time later, Tyrion is celebrating Meereen's rejuvenation with Grey Worm and Missandei when a fleet sent by the Masters arrives to attack the city.
As the fleet's bombardment continues into the night, Daenerys returns to Meereen with Drogon. Cersei refuses to go with them and the Faith Militant back off after one attacks Gregor Clegane and is brutally killed.
Cersei then attends a royal announcement by Tommen in the throne room, but Kevan Lannister refuses to let her stand by his side.
Tommen announces when Cersei and Loras' trials will be held, and that, in consultation with the High Sparrow, he has decided to end the practice of trial by combat as a means of resolving conflicts.
Cersei is unnerved by the prospect of a trial by seven septons instead. Qyburn then reports to Cersei about a "rumor" that she ordered him to investigate, and remarks that it is "more, much more".
Lady Crane returns to her apartments to find a wounded Arya hiding inside, and helps stitch her wounds.
She tells Arya that she has taken revenge on her rival Bianca and offers to have Arya join her troupe, but Arya refuses, intending to discover what lies west of Westeros.
Arya flees through the streets of Braavos, reopening her wound in the process, to her hideout with the Waif in pursuit.
As the Waif closes in, Arya brandishes Needle, extinguishing the candle lighting the room; having trained while blinded for several weeks, Arya has the upper hand.
At the House of Black and White, Jaqen follows a bloodtrail to the Hall of Faces, where he finds the Waif's face before being held at sword-point by Arya.
Jaqen congratulates Arya for finally becoming No One, but she rejects the title, asserting her identity as Arya Stark and declaring that she is "going home.
In the "Inside the Episode" featurette published by HBO following the airing of the episode, David Benioff spoke about the revelation in King's Landing, and Tommen's decision to abolish "trial by combat," stating "This moment is a grievous blow for Cersei because she's been counting on trial by combat really since the end of season five.
This was always her ace in the hole, the Mountain was never going to lose a trial by combat there's no one out there who could beat him.
And then Tommen takes it away from her and knowing really what he's doing. He might be a weak King, but he's not an idiot, he understands that this move is going to mean that she's probably not going to fare that well in this trial.
So it's a pretty devastating moment for Cersei, and you see that in her reaction, and partly because it just bodes so ill for this coming trial, and partly because it's her own son who's really betrayed her.
Speaking about the siege of Riverrun, Weiss noted about Brienne and Jaime's reunion that "Jaime didn't expect to see Brienne necessarily ever again, he certainly didn't expect to see her marching into his military camp.
And his relationship is obviously very complicated, and fraught, and has undercurrents that he's uncomfortable with feeling.
He'd be well within his rights to send his men after her, to capture her, and it wouldn't be that hard to capture her since she's being slowly rowed away by Podrick, but he doesn't.
She might technically be an enemy now that she's serving Sansa Stark, who is still obviously a suspect in Joffrey's murder, but she's not Jaime's enemy.
He has a gravitas that I hadn't previously suspected. In his 47 seconds of screen time. Tobias Menzies who plays Edmure, plays dual roles on Starz Outlander.
The show is worth a watch just for him and his mesmerising dimple lines. Seriously, cannot take my eyes off them.
Edmure approaches Riverrun, demanding entry. Given that he's still technically Lord of Riverrun, the people from the castle move to do just that.
Blackfish fights them, but he is severely outnumbered and they will not listen to him. There's a scuffle, but Edmure is allowed access while Jamie and the Freys wait on the hill to see what fruit it shall bear.
I will not make an uncouth joke about using the backdoor during Red Weddings. Edmure's first command is to let the armies in through the gate, in they come.
The second command is to find The Blackfish and put him in irons. Oh yay, Blackfish did make it out, and he's with Brienne, but he's done running and re-grouping.
That shite's above his pay grade, and having his carefully prepared siege plucked out from underneath him due to a lineage technicality has taken the fun out of it.
He's going to stay and fight; he hasn't had a sword fight in years. Bai The Blackfish, I'm sorry you didn't take Sansa's offer.
I hate the Lannisters so much. Jamie's totally bummed The Blackfish died before he could spout a buncha more bullshit at him, but spies Brienne and Podrick getting away on the river.
They have a moment, he raises his arm in solidarity to her, she copies the gesture and nobody raises the guard.
I hate that she loves him. Massive fighting in Meereen, the Masters have the city on fire, but Grey Worm tells Tyrion they must wait here in the pyramid, it's the only place they can defend.
Just then there are scratching noises on the roof, is that a dragon? Good boy, get in there and set some boats on fire, Drogon!
In rushes Dany, mutely for whatever reason, lots more staring. Looks like Mom came home and caught them all into the liquor cabinet.
Tyrion's gonna be in so much trouble! The Hound is working his way towards the bastages what killed his new tribe, setting off the path when he hears a noise.
It's the three men he's after, about to be hanged by Beric Dondarrion, who The Hound has already killed one time before. You remember Dondarrion!
I know Veronica is going to explain this better, but back in the day, Arya, Gendry and the chubby lad traveled with them for a bit.
They're in the Brotherhood and Melisandre commented on how many times this guy had been resurrected. I don't know if she herself was responsible for bringing him back, given how apparently reluctant she was to do that for our Jon.
It wasn't Melisandre, it was Thoros, old orange-y beard with the ballerina bun.