It had everything we wanted to see from the show with the Dothraki being utilized in the battlefield and a freakin' dragon roasting people alive.
The scene isn't much of a cliffhanger, since Jaime is nearly definitely going to be OK, but it does seem to mirror another iconic "Game of Thrones" scene also involving the Kingslayer.
However, while the above managed to blend into the background, Ed and his ginger locks were a blindingly obvious addition to the Game of Thrones cast, mainly because he is the first celebrity to actually get a speaking part.
This episode will also see Samwell Tarly and Gilly back in bookworm mode, so could there be more dragonglass based revelations to come?
"I think that Jon Snow, Daenerys, and the Hand of the Queen (Tyrion Lannister) - I think they are all related", Rodgers told Clark.
In episode 5, Daenerys will likely incorporate all these Lannister soldiers into her own army, and we'll learn more details about the undead horde that's slowly marching towards the south.
That could make things a little awkward - there have been some hints of chemistry between Jon and Daenerys and, well, she is his aunty. Even Jon Snow is also a Stark to his very core despite his name. Following last week's eventful episode titled The Spoils of War, fans are eager to see what will happen next.
IMDB has listed Mr Joe Dempsie as an actor in Game Of Thrones' next episode which means.
He also committed frightful crimes (like throwing a child out of a window) and is now helping a cruel monarch who killed hundreds of innocents in King's Landing. It's a tense moment that just gets worse and worse as, for one of the first times in the show's history, fans are forced to choose between rooting for multiple well-developed, principle characters. It's an excellent episode, and one that leaves a lot hanging in the balance when the credits roll and you can finally catch your breath. I love the ['previously on' recaps] to start the episodes. Let us know in the comments!