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* In "High Sparrow" it initially seems Jon might put Alliser Thorne in charge of the latrines, but instead that job goes to a random steward and Thorne is named First Ranger.

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* In "High Sparrow" Sparrow", it initially seems Jon might put Alliser Thorne in charge of the latrines, but instead instead, that job goes to a random steward and Thorne is named First Ranger.



* When Yara charges into the Dreadfort to rescue Theon, Ramsay compliments her on having "more balls" than he ever did, but implies that he will let his dogs loose if she continues. Instead of either putting Theon out of his misery right then and there, or finding some way to rescue him, she backs down and goes home, telling her father that Theon might as well be dead for what Ramsay has done to him.

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* When In "The Laws of Gods and Men", Yara charges into the Dreadfort to rescue Theon, Theon and Ramsay compliments her on having "more balls" than he Theon ever did, did -- but implies that he will let his dogs loose if she continues. Instead of either putting Theon out of his misery right then and there, or finding some way to rescue him, she backs down and goes home, telling Yara declares her father that Theon might as well be brother is dead for after what Ramsay has done to him.him and goes home.



* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be protective of her children. We think she's being set up to be a replacement for Ygritte as a love interest for Jon, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying wight after wight, [[spoiler:she is [[WouldntHurtAChild unable to bring herself to do the same]] to some [[UndeadChild child wights]]]], and falls. She is later [[AndThenJohnWasAZombie reanimated to become one of them]].

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* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be protective of her children. We think she's being set up to be a replacement for Ygritte as a new wildling love interest for Jon, Jon after Ygritte, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying begins and she slays wight after wight, [[spoiler:she [[spoiler:Karsi is [[WouldntHurtAChild unable to bring herself to do the same]] to some [[UndeadChild child wights]]]], and falls. She is later [[AndThenJohnWasAZombie reanimated to become one of them]].



* In "Book of the Stranger", Jorah is seen having stepped at some distance from Daario near their viewpoint over Vaes Dothrak, fumbling with some strings at waist height. We think he's [[NatureTinkling taking a leak]], like we've seen male characters do several times before, but instead he's disarming himself so they can enter the encampment and pose[[note]]unsuccessfully, as it turns out[[/note]] as merchants.
* When we see Tommen step up into the window after having looked upon the wildfire explosion that destroyed the Sept at the end of Season 6, killing his queen and spiritual guru, we sense what he might be about to do but expect some lingering closeups of his face as he hesitates. Instead he just falls forward, with the camera remaining on his back all the time.

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* In "Book of the Stranger", Jorah is seen having stepped at some distance from Daario near their viewpoint over Vaes Dothrak, fumbling with some strings at waist height. We think he's [[NatureTinkling taking a leak]], like we've seen male characters do several times before, but instead instead, he's disarming himself so they can enter the encampment and pose[[note]]unsuccessfully, as it turns out[[/note]] as merchants.
* When we see Tommen step up into the window after having looked upon the wildfire explosion that destroyed the Sept at the end of Season 6, killing his queen and spiritual guru, we sense what he might be about to do but expect some lingering closeups close-ups of his face as he hesitates. Instead Instead, he just falls forward, with the camera remaining on his back all the time.



-->"You stand accused of murder. You stand accused of treason. How do you answer these charges--[[spoiler: (turns toward Littlefinger)--Lord Baelish?" (cue OhCrap expression on Littlefinger's face)]]

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-->"You stand accused of murder. You stand accused of treason. How do you answer these charges--[[spoiler: (turns toward Littlefinger)--Lord Baelish?" Littlefinger) -- ''Lord Baelish''?" (cue OhCrap expression on Littlefinger's face)]]



* In "The Bells", after the city surrenders, [[spoiler: Danaerys flies on Drogon towards the Red Keep in a beeline, while Cersei watches from the balcony. It seems that Dany is going to roast Cersei, along with people in the Red Keep. Instead Danaerys starts burning the whole city.]]
* Near the beginning of "The Iron Throne", we see Arya watching Danaerys give her speach, seemingly plotting how to kill her. [[spoiler: Arya doesn't even attempt to kill Danaerys, Jon does.]]
* After [[spoiler:Jon kills Danaerys]] in "The Iron Throne", Drogon looks ready to burn him in retaliation, and he stands still, ready for death finally. But instead the dragon destroys the titular object.

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* In "The Bells", after the city surrenders, [[spoiler: Danaerys Daenerys flies on Drogon towards the Red Keep in a beeline, while Cersei watches from the balcony. It seems that Dany is going to roast Cersei, along with people in the Red Keep. Instead Danaerys Instead, Daenerys starts burning the whole city.]]
* Near the beginning of "The Iron Throne", we see Arya watching Danaerys Daenerys give her speach, speech, seemingly plotting how to kill her. [[spoiler: However, Arya doesn't even attempt isn't the one to kill Danaerys, Daenerys and she only issues a warning about to Jon does.about the woman he loves. After being pushed by Tyrion to assassinate Daenerys to save Westeros, a conflicted Jon is ultimately the one who does it.]]
* After [[spoiler:Jon kills Danaerys]] Daenerys]] in "The Iron Throne", Drogon looks ready to burn him in retaliation, and he stands still, ready for death finally. But instead the dragon destroys the titular object.

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* In "The Bells", after the city surrenders, [[spoiler: Danaerys flies on Drogon towards the Red Keep in a beeline, while Cersei watches from the balcony. It seems that Dany is going to roast Cersei, along with people in the Red Keep. Instead Danaerys starts burning the whole city.]]
* Near the beginning of "The Iron Throne", we see Arya watching Danaerys give her speach, seemingly plotting how to kill her. [[spoiler: Arya doesn't even attempt to kill Danaerys, Jon does.]]

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* After [[spoiler:Jon kills Danaerys]] in "The Iron Throne", Drogon looks ready to burn him in retaliation, and he stands still, ready for death finally. But instead the dragon destroys the titular object.

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* When we see Tommen step up into the window after having looked upon the wildfire explosion that destroyed the Sept at the end of Season 6, killing his queen and spiritual guru, we sense what he might be about to do but expect some lingering closeups of his face as he hesitates. Instead he just falls forward, with the camera remaining on his back all the time.

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* "Winterfell" begins with a young boy moving furtively about a snowy wood, as if trying to conceal himself, looking for a tree to climb. But instead of hiding from the White Walkers, he's angling for a better view of Dany's army arriving at Winterfell.


* In "Book of the Stranger", Jorah is seen having stepped at some distance from Daario near their viewpoint over Vaes Dothrak, fumbling with some strings at waist height. We think he's [[NatureTinkle taking a leak]], like we've seen male characters do several times before, but instead he's disarming himself so they can enter the encampment and pose[[note]]unsuccessfully, as it turns out[[/note]] as merchants.

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* In "Book of the Stranger", Jorah is seen having stepped at some distance from Daario near their viewpoint over Vaes Dothrak, fumbling with some strings at waist height. We think he's [[NatureTinkle [[NatureTinkling taking a leak]], like we've seen male characters do several times before, but instead he's disarming himself so they can enter the encampment and pose[[note]]unsuccessfully, as it turns out[[/note]] as merchants.


* In "Book of the Stranger", Jorah is seen having stepped at some distance from Daario near their viewpoint over Vaes Dothrak, fumbling with some strings at waist height. We think he's taking a leak, like we've seen male characters do several times before, but instead he's disarming himself so they can enter the encampment and pose[[note]]unsuccessfully, as it turns out[[/note]] as merchants.

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* In "Book of the Stranger", Jorah is seen having stepped at some distance from Daario near their viewpoint over Vaes Dothrak, fumbling with some strings at waist height. We think he's [[NatureTinkle taking a leak, leak]], like we've seen male characters do several times before, but instead he's disarming himself so they can enter the encampment and pose[[note]]unsuccessfully, as it turns out[[/note]] as merchants.

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* After smuggling Tyrion back to Kings Landing for his secret meeting with Jaime in "Eastwatch", Davos goes to get Gendry back into the narrative for the first time in five seasons. He finds him working at a smithy. It seems from his dialogue that we will have a scene where he has to persuade the reluctant Gendry to go with him, but Gendry needs none of that and gathers his things up to leave right away.


* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be protective of her children. We think she's being set up to be a replacement for Ygritte as a love interest for Jon, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying wight after wight, [[spoiler:she is [[WouldntHurtAChild unable to bring herself to do the same]] to some [[UndeadChild child wights]]]], and falls. She is later reanimated to become one of them.

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* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be protective of her children. We think she's being set up to be a replacement for Ygritte as a love interest for Jon, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying wight after wight, [[spoiler:she is [[WouldntHurtAChild unable to bring herself to do the same]] to some [[UndeadChild child wights]]]], and falls. She is later [[AndThenJohnWasAZombie reanimated to become one of them.them]].


* After Jon had declared his intent to make peace with the wildlings and allow them through the Wall, his young steward Olly privately tells him that he joined the Watch because wildlings raided his village and killed his parents, adding that Tormund led the raid. This seems to be setting about future confrontation and perhaps reconciliation between the two, but instead [[spoiler:Olly takes part (albeit with some apparent reluctance) in Jon's assassination and is executed after his resurrection]].

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* After Jon had declared his intent to make peace with the wildlings and allow them through the Wall, his young steward Olly privately tells him that he joined the Watch because wildlings raided his village and killed his parents, adding that Tormund led the raid. This seems to be setting about up a future confrontation and perhaps reconciliation between the two, but instead [[spoiler:Olly takes part (albeit with some apparent reluctance) in Jon's assassination and is executed after his resurrection]].resurrection, never having shared a scene with Tormund]].

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* After Jon had declared his intent to make peace with the wildlings and allow them through the Wall, his young steward Olly privately tells him that he joined the Watch because wildlings raided his village and killed his parents, adding that Tormund led the raid. This seems to be setting about future confrontation and perhaps reconciliation between the two, but instead [[spoiler:Olly takes part (albeit with some apparent reluctance) in Jon's assassination and is executed after his resurrection]].

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* During drinks together in Season 1, Robert and Ned are reminiscing about their respective "firsts". At first seems like they're talking about sex, but soon it becomes clear they're talking about the first time either of them killed another man in combat.


* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be kind to children. We think she's being set up to be a replacement for Ygritte as a love interest for Jon, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying wight after wight, [[spoiler:she is unable to bring herself to do the same to some child wights]], and falls. She is later reanimated to become one of them.

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* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be kind to protective of her children. We think she's being set up to be a replacement for Ygritte as a love interest for Jon, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying wight after wight, [[spoiler:she is [[WouldntHurtAChild unable to bring herself to do the same same]] to some [[UndeadChild child wights]], wights]]]], and falls. She is later reanimated to become one of them.

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* When we first see Tyrion, he is talking face-to-face with a woman. We don't realize he's a dwarf until she stands up.


* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be kind to children. We think she's being set up to be a SpiritualReplacement for Ygritte, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying wight after wight, [[spoiler:she is unable to bring herself to do the same to some child wights]], and falls. She is later reanimated to become one of them.

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* In "Hardhome", the wildling chieftain Karsi is shown to trust Jon and be kind to children. We think she's being set up to be a SpiritualReplacement replacement for Ygritte, Ygritte as a love interest for Jon, but later, as the battle with the undead army begins, after slaying wight after wight, [[spoiler:she is unable to bring herself to do the same to some child wights]], and falls. She is later reanimated to become one of them.

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