From Ser Jorah's reunion with Daenerys to Cersei defying an old prophesy, check out 7 best moments from "Game of Thrones" season 7, episode 5.
"Eastwatch," the fifth episode of "Game of Thrones" season 7 was more about setting in motion what we all hope would be an intense upcoming penultimate episode.
Pulse Movies has put together seven moments from the episode which aired on Sunday, August 13, 2017.
Check them out;
Drogon shares an intimate moment with Jon Snow after he got back from the battle with Daenerys.
While Drogon tries to intimidate Jon Snow, the latter fearlessly reaches out, touches him and calms him down.
Dany seems surprised watching the usually intimidating Drogon share such moment with Snow.
At the Citadel in Oldtown, Gilly is going through some books. She comes across a certain Prince Rhaeger, who annulled his marriage and then remarried in Dorne.
They just have to be talking about the same Prince Rhaegar, who is supposedly Jon Snow’s father.
This new revelation means he annulled his marriage with Elia Martell and secretly married Lyanna Stark. This also means Jon Snow is not a bastard, but the legitimate heir to the throne.
Ser Jorah Mormont aka Ser Friendzone finally returns to Dragonstone after Sam healed him of his ailment at the Citadel.
"I return to your service, my queen. If you'll have me," he says, bending the knee.
“It would be my honour,” Dany responds with a smile on her face.
The two share a long hug with Jon Snow hovering around like a jealous lover.
After Jaimie’s meeting with Tyrion, who told him that Dany wants to call a truce to enable them fight the army of the dead, Jaimie meets with Cersei, explaining his meeting with their little brother.
Cersei doesn't seem to buy the idea. According to her, if she bends the knee, she dies. If she doesn't, she still dies. She would rather fight for her throne and die anyways.
She tells her brother that she is ready to fight for their family name, for the both of them and for their unborn child.
If there’s one person who isn’t happy with the Stark reunion, it’s Littlefinger. The manipulative Lord Baelish set a trap which he hopes would drive a wedge between the Stark sisters.
Arya thinks she’s spying on him when she finds Baelish receiving a letter. She breaks into the room in search of the letter and finds the old letter Sansa was forced by Cersei to write in season one.
Tired of reading stories about other great men, Sam Tally quit the citadel, but not before packing books that we all hope would be instrumental in solving several Westeros mysteries.
He is still not aware that his father and brother were burnt by Dany when they refused to bend the knee after the Loot Train atack.
While Dany is gradually believing that there’s indeed an army of the dead, she isn’t ready to leave her throne for Cersei.
Tyrion suggests that they bring a white walker to Cersei in order to convince her to focus on the more important war for now.
Before leaving, Jon Snow tells the queen that if he doesn't return, he won't have to deal with the King in the North.
"I have grown used to him," Dany responds.
Jon Snow, Jorah Mormot and Gendry arrive Eastwatch where they meet Tormund, who has Beric Dondarrion, Thoros, and The Hound captive.
After much argument, they all agree to head beyond the wall for the White Walkers.