'Game of Thrones' S8E6: Showrunners Will Be Drunk When Finale Airs
- Author: Michelle Webb May 20, 2019,
May 20, 2019, 12:06
Brienne, now the head of Bran the Broken's Kingsguard, while wearing the golden armor once worn by Jaime Lannister, took it upon herself to finish Jaime's story in The White Book that records all the deeds of all who have served in the over 300-year history of the Kingsguard.
Warning! Spoiler Alert for the latest episode of the final season of Game of Thrones.
So that's it. Game Of Thrones is no more. There's no way he survived.
Brienne and Jaime have had a complicated relationship since Brienne was first tasked by Lady Stark to escort Jaime to King's Landing. Jaime stabbed Aerys in the back and slit his throat before he could burn King's Landing with wildfire.
Game of Thrones' final episode, "The Iron Throne", aired tonight and there were a ton of callbacks to previous episodes and Easter Eggs to be found. Instead, she wrote his history to reclaim his name from his "Kingslayer" title.
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Jon Snow lay dead at the end of the season five, and this moment turned out to the biggest cliffhanger of the show. After all, even though he could have made an educated guess as to where Cersei might have been during her final moments, there is an bad lot of ground to cover, and Dany's forces don't seem especially interested in cleaning up the city. Both Jaime and Cersei's passings came at the end of the episode, in one of the show's more tender moments.
And in the series finale, Brienne makes it clear that she listened to Jaime's advice about the role, taking the time to fill out his entry in full.
Hibberd - who has been the one conducting all of EW's interviews with Game of Thrones stars such as Lena Headey, Rory McCann, and Gwendoline Christie - gave an eye-raising response to a fan who was asking for an update about his upcoming interview with Coster-Waldau, saying that he's "holding that one for a bit". In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actress who has played the evil Lannister queen for eight seasons said her initial reaction to the news of Cersei's death was "mixed". There has to be a reason for that and a flashback scene could explain it all. During the Inside the Episode special for episode 5, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss talked about a conversation Bronn had with Jaime about how they wanted to die when discussing Jaime and Cersei's final moments.
But TBQH, because this show has taught us all to trust absolutely no one, I'm defaulting to the ol', because listen, it ain't over until I see a character's corpse/exploding skull in high-def on that HBO Go screen.