Published: Mon, May 20, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Does this PROVE Game of Thrones' Cersei Lannister is still alive?

Does this PROVE Game of Thrones' Cersei Lannister is still alive?

There was a lot in there to process, but luckily, for the final time, we're here to breakdown exactly what the episode - titled The Iron Throne post-release - really meant.

We've gathered what we've found below, and we will continue to add them as more are discovered!

While the valonqar prophecy wasn't in the show, it somewhat came true, albeit with a twist.

When Jaime knighted Brienne on the night before the White Walkers' siege of Winterfell, many predicted that she wouldn't survive to see the morning.

Much of the Game of Thrones finale revolves around the importance of stories and who gets to tell them.

Others were simply happy to see the show indeed has Hawkeye ties.

Always using his Twitter like a weapon, it's great seeing the veteran novelist come to the defense of Thrones. Despite the intimating might of her dragon, Daenerys decides to methodically burn King's Landing to the ground, massacring the citizens she's spent so many seasons claiming she wants to save. Even more surprising, however, was when showrunners killed him.

Tyrion responds, "I wouldn't be so sure". But Brienne completing Jaime's entry is a callback to season four.

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However, a chat with her co-star and onscreen brother Nikolaj Coster-Waldau assuaged some of her concerns.

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David Benioff and Dan Weiss brought alive the world of "A Song of Ice and Fire" on the small screen in 2011, and it has been a ride full of drama, action, betrayal, murder, mystery, hope and scares since then, making it a global phenomenon.

Oh, and we can't forget that Sam helped the Archmaester with the title.

"Why isn't ANYONE acknowledging that Jaime Lannister just died???" she mused.

In addition to Jaime and Brienne's tragic relationship, this is a nice callback to Season 4, episode 4 when Jaime and Brienne are looking at The White Book and Jaime states, "It's the duty of the Lord Commander to fill those pages, and there's still room left in mine". Instead, she wrote his history to reclaim his name from his "Kingslayer" title. "Died protecting his queen". No hugs. No "Good boy!" They actually make it through till the very end!

Poor Tyrion Lannister spends the first thirty minutes of "The Bells", the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, doing everything in his power to prevent the slaughter of the innocent people of King's Landing.

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