Was that the fastest paced season yet?
Game of Thrones Season 7 moved the action along at an electric pace while giving viewers some huge payoffs after years of watching.
We're looking back on the penultimate season of the smash hit HBO drama as we prepare for the end of the series.
Scroll down as we run down the best and worst of it.
Viserion dying was heartbreaking to watch, but it was executed so well. It also served to show that Daenerys is not as invincible as she first thought she was. Knowing one of her dragons is gone will likely help her think her decisions through before acting impulsively. We are dreading the day Dany has got to go to war with Viserion. That's going to sting.
Most Predictable Moment
Bran finding out the truth about Jon's parents was needed, but it was so god damn predictable. Bran is becoming too powerful and everyone seems to not think much of it.
Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4, "The Spoils of War," was a phenomenal episode that sent Daenerys into war with Drogon. The battle scene was outstanding with a lot of twists and turns. The look on Jaime's face when he heard the dragon was priceless. The cliffhanger was a bit out there, but it closed off an episode that raised the stakes for every single character.
Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 3, "The Queen's Justice," was a solid outing, but it is the worst episode of the season. The main issue was Euron taking Ellaria and the remaining sand snake to King's Landing. Having to listen to him pledge his allegiance to Cersei as he belittled Jaime was cumbersome to watch.
Arya killing Littlefinger was a well-executed scene, especially when you consider the emphasis on Sansa and Arya being at odds with each other. Somewhere along the way, they compared notes and realized Littlefinger was the one who should be sent to his death. The scene with Littlefinger thinking Arya was the one in the firing line was delightful. The smug look on his face disappearing was so worth the wait.
Most Shocking Moment
The Night King using Viserion to take the wall down was quite the shocker. Everyone wondered what would happen in Game Of Thrones Season 8 to close the series off, but we did not bank on Season 8 ending with the villains through the wall. Oh, and we don't know what happened to Tormund and Beric. Yikes.
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