Published: Wed, August 23, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Finale Titled 'The Dragon And The Wolf'

'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Finale Titled 'The Dragon And The Wolf'

"The final episode of GAMES OF THRONES' [sic] current season is titled "The Dragon and the Wolf", and debuts this SUNDAY, AUG. 27 at 9:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on HBO".

Alan Taylor, who directed "Beyond the Wall", admitted the timing is "a little bit hazy". We go back in October, so maybe in the next few weeks, we'll get the scripts and I'll find out.

"What we had to go through to get the zombie polar bear was writing the zombie polar bear into every season of the show for about four seasons", D.B. Weiss explained, "Only to have Bernie and the visual effects guys, in the nicest possible way, say 'Fuck you, we can not afford a zombie polar bear'". You could suspend disbelief for some of these season 6 super-speed journeys, but it's basically become teleportation in season 7.

Game of Thrones season 7 concludes on HBO, Sky Atlantic and through NOWTV on Sunday night.

We feel like the majority of Game of Thrones viewers out there are still trying to process what happened to Viserion.

Instead of the Night King, Jets fans will likely watch Josh McCown under the center for the team this year, in a season that many are expecting to not go well. He continued: "If the show was struggling, I'd be anxious about those concerns, but the show seems to be doing pretty well so it's OK to have people with those concerns". "So I think we were straining plausibility a little bit, but I hope the story's momentum carries over some of that stuff".

Beyond the Wall focused nearly the whole hour to Jon Snow's mission above the Wall, and the moment Daenerys showed up to rescue them, left some viewers confused.

Some of us at Surviving Tribal then got to thinking; if a fictional season of Survivor: Game of Thrones were to occur, who would come out on top?

Daenerys arriving to save the day with her dragons.

It also took a significant turn on one of its most popular fan theories, regarding Daenerys' dream of a dragon with three heads, which could potentially mean three different characters will ride them. Do you want someone to try to explain to you why Arya and Sansa are playing into Littlefinger's hands?

Granted, the dragons flying fast is still pretty plausible; it's just that Game of Thrones does a poor job in this episode of showing or at least making it look like a lot of time had passed between Daeny's departure and the moment the battle begins.

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