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  • Mukund
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    The only death I’m confident in is Theon’s.

    Atypical
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    I don’t think the crypt will be that “safe” with all those damn people in them.

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    If the third episode is completely focused on Winterfell, should we expect another episode without Headey?

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    the crypt is gonna be a blood bath … everyone who is buried there is gonna rise up and the defenseless people will have to try and fight …. they made a point to state 8 times that the “Crypt was safe” …. its not

    Do we think there is a dragon under Winterfell ?

    If the third episode is completely focused on Winterfell, should we expect another episode without Headey?

    what is the cut off to miss the mark for supporting actress ? would she be guest then ?

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    If the third episode is completely focused on Winterfell, should we expect another episode without Headey?

    Pretty much. But after that, the remaining episodes will be heavily focused on KL and her.

    lacourseauxetoiles
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    what is the cut off to miss the mark for supporting actress ? would she be guest then ?

    She’ll just need to appear in 2 more episodes to be ineligible for guest, so that will probably happen.

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    Episode 2: 10.3M viewers

    AWDubay
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    The only death I’m confident in is Theon’s.

    agree 100%

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    haha this looks so fun!! is it urs ??

    The only survivor im confident in is the red woman. LOL!!

    ”The night is dark and full of terrors and the fire burns them all away”. A dialogue so apt for this battle they are gonna face but she isnt there!!!!

    But for real,my bets on either Ser brienne or one of her lovers die.

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    Do we think there is a dragon under Winterfell ?

    In the books, yes (a dragon egg at least). In the show, no. The dragon egg in the books will probably be a part of Stannis’ storyline which was completely gutted in the show so I see no reason for them to be suddenly “oh yeah, there might be a dragon egg under Winterfell”. It’s not like having a fossilized egg is gonna turn the tides of battle in any way, and the show never as much as hinted at the possibility before (which, if they wanted to do it, would probably be changed to Ned hiding Jon’s cradle egg in Lyanna’s tomb or something to that effect because the show isn’t going to dive into the history of Jacaerys Velaryon’s visit to Winterfell. Though I guess if they are going to make Jon survive and Dany die, they might yet shoehorn it in to provide some kind of proof of Jon’s Targaryen heritage since Dany did bring up a very good point about how the source of that information is conveniently people who love Jon. If the story is gonna put any stock in proving Jon’s claim to the throne politically, we might yet get that egg reference.)

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    Who I think will die in the next episode: Grey Worm, Thormund, Jorah, Edd, Lyanna Mormont, Gendry and maybe Theon.

    Another prediction: episode 3 will be a big Daenerys (and Emilia) episode, with epic scenes for her.

    About the ratings: Nielsen figures show 10.29 million people tuning in to initial airing of Sunday’s episode, “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.” The linear audience is down 12.5 percent from the premiere’s 11.76 million. That’s more or less in line with second-episode declines for each of the past three seasons, which have declined by an average of 10.5 percent from their premieres.

    With streaming and replays, the audience grew to 15.9 million for the night, off about 9 percent from the record 17.4 million first-night viewers for the season premiere. There was only one replay of the episode within the Nielsen measuring period, vs. two for the premiere.

    The 10.29 million people is the fourth-largest initial audience in the show’s history, behind the season seven finale (12.07 million), the final-season premiere and season seven’s fifth episode (10.72 million).

    Meanwhile, HBO says the audience for the season premiere, “Winterfell,” has grown to 27.7 million — a boost of 59 percent — with a week of multi-platform viewing and additional on-air replays. That’s 6.5 million more people than the number who watched the season seven debut over the same amount of time.

    Source: THR

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    The crypts being mentioned a million times as a ‘safe space’, I’d be shocked if it actually ends up being a safe space. Everyone in the crypts – Varys, Gilly, Tyrion (!!!) – might be doomed.

    Another notch on the “you guys desperately need a decent strategist since Jon has apparently lost his ability to do it”. Robb’s ghost is screaming his head off in the afterlife over that bit. Also, that last stand plan means that the fighters are fighting with hundreds of non-combatants at their back. If Winterfell’s army fails to throw back the Night King or Winterfell is breached, the entire population of the North goes out in a blink. Putting all your fish in one barrel is a monumentally bad idea and they not only planned it that way but seem to act like it’s actually a decent plan. And I still don’t understand how no one bothered to come up with a plan to fell wight!Viserion.

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    Yea i think Lylanna will “Arise from the dead ,, greet her son and then be killed and then we will find Dawn in her tomb

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    vinny
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    I kinda wonder if Ned (if the dead come back) will be like: “Ok time to defend Winterfell” and lead the others in helping Jon and the others.

    AWDubay
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    well ned is just a head … so i dont think he will arise

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