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'Game of Thrones' has been hinting at Jon Snow's true parentage since season one — here's every clue we spotted - INSIDER

Rhaegar Targaryen was the son of the Mad King Aerys and older brother to Daenerys. Lyanna Stark was Ned Stark's younger sister, betrothed to Robert Baratheon before running away with Rhaegar and bearing his secret lovechild, Jon Snow. But the show has ...and more »

The Queen's Justice is the best episode of Game of Thrones to date – it gives us what we need, not what we want - The Independent

One of Game of Thrones' greatest messages to the world, often missed amongst the dragons, dwarves and bloodlust, is that it's wiser to make peace your impetus than power. “Who cares who sits on the Iron Throne if all they rule over is skeletons?” Jon ...and more »

Game of Thrones season 7 episode 3 review: The Lannisters make this show what it is - The Independent

It's so easy to wish the Lannisters to be wiped out, as the show wants you to, but tonight was a reminder that Game of Thrones would be nothing without them. Cersei, Jaime and Tyrion dominated season 7 episode 3, 'The Queen's Justice', the richest ...and more »

Olenna Tyrell dead: Beloved Game of Thrones character gets amazing death speech with plot twist - The Independent

Game of Thrones said goodbye to one of its best characters tonight, with Jaime Lannister poisoning Olenna Tyrell after a surprise sack of Highgarden. Olenna was given a post-poison, pre-death speech befitting of such a wise and outspoken character ...and more »

Game of Thrones season 7 episode 3: After 63 episodes, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen finally met - The Independent

It took six and a bit seasons, but Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen finally had a tête-à-tête in tonight's Game of Thrones season 7 episode, 'The Queen's Justice'. No time was wasted, with Jon and Ser Davos arriving on the shores of Dragonstone in the ...and more »

Game of Thrones, season 7 episode 3, The Queen's Justice - recap - Telegraph.co.uk

Have you scraped yourself off the floor yet? Who'd have imagined Jon Snow meeting Daenerys Targayren for the first time would be the third or fourth most interesting thing (at best) in the episode of Game of Thrones in which Jon Snow meets Daenerys ...and more »

Lady Olenna Tyrell: why Game of Thrones' queen of the putdown had to have the last word - Telegraph.co.uk

In a show packed full of pert, pretty young things, Lady Olenna Tyrell never sagged. She was a brilliant, witty truth-teller who used her wrinkles as a punchline. Even her final speech, delivered to Jamie Lannister, was a brutal reel of revelations and ...and more »

The Game of Game of Thrones: season 7, episode 3, The Queen's Justice - The Verge

You can say this about any episode in Game of Thrones' six-year history, but boy oh boy, things are really spiraling out of control in Westeros. We've been conditioned to expect first-rate political strategy from Tyrion, but it's clear now that he's ...and more »

'Game of Thrones' Episode 3 Recap: The Mad Queen - New York Times

Remind me not to cross Cersei. That might seem like an odd place to start for this week's “Game of Thrones”: The main attraction was the long, long awaited meeting of Daenerys Targaryen, Unburnt Breaker of Storms, and so on, and Jon “This is Jon Snow ...and more »

Q. and A.: The Cryptic Humanity of Melisandre on 'Game of Thrones' - New York Times

The last time she was on Dragonstone, the red priestess Melisandre was on a mission to convert and support Stannis in his bid for the Iron Throne. It didn't turn out well, for him or his family. So she moved on to Plan B (or C): to bring ice and fire ...and more »