How Cersei and Jaime Died in Episode 5

Brenda Watkins
May 13, 2019

There are many deaths in this episode but sadly many seem to come and go as if the years we've spent rooting for the characters haven't mattered. Robb and Talisa? Both died horribly. Not just because of his undying love for her, but also for the Lord of the Light. Missandei and Grey Worm?

Well, we are theorizing that the Lord of Light wishes to save the world. It makes sense that Jaime and Brienne's connection is, for many, a favorite. But perhaps things will change, because it looks like a battle is a-brewin'.

Go behind the scenes for emotional goodbyes and special effects magic. Why spend the series crafting a redemptive narrative arc for Jaime, if only to have him die right back where he started, in the arms of his evil sister? Again, Jon Snow stresses that he doesn't want the Iron Throne and remains faithful to Dany. "I'm the man who killed Jaime Lannister", he says, dying, with a smile on his face. Just think of Dany's vision, way back in season 2, when she was in the Iron Throne room with the roof destroyed and the throne covered with ash.

Cersei and Jaime are probably dead. It would make me so happy, and I can't be the only Game Of Thrones fan who feels that way.

And then, in the same episode, they break up. Last episode left many of their story lines hanging in the balance, but they're nowhere to be found here.

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Here are nine other mistakes the editors missed, from simple continuity errors to head-scratching logic fails. When the dragon rested on one of the battlements, starring down at Dany's army and Cersei's army, the leader of Cersei's men wisely dropped his sword. It was the season's bloodiest and deadliest episode. Who knows how many of them reached their intended destinations?

The episode began with Varys (Conleth Hill), alone in his chambers, writing a letter explaining that Jon/Aegon (Kit Harington) is the true heir to the Iron Throne. Because the trial lasts for ten days, you'll be able to watch the series' finale on May 20 without paying a cent. She headed for the Red Keep but chose to burn everything along the way - including innocent men, women and children.

The data shows that thousands of babies born in 2018 were named after characters from the popular HBO show, CBS News reports. It was a brutal fight that saw Jaime stabbed several times. Returning to Cersei spits on that progression. The close-up reveals a man who looks incredibly anxious. Arya's still got to finish her kill list, too.

However, Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has expressed doubts over Jon's ability to rule the Seven Kingdoms, in a sentence I never thought I would write. Then she chose to embrace her lineage and the two made short work of King's Landing. Indeed, Daeny has always made good use of the Targaryen motto fire and blood: She burned the Dothraki chieftains, crucified Mereen's nobility, and executed Westerosi lords who defied her. Miguel Sapochnik, best known to Game of Thrones fans as the director behind the Battle of the Bastards episode, returned to helm the Battle of Winterfell.

This ventures into speculation, but given how Thrones likes to adhere to previous seasons' foreshadowing, it's worth a mention. "We will die together as were born together".

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