All of that and more is teased through the gallery below, while up above you'll find the all-too-brief promo for "The Queen's Justice".
The popularity of the episode's final moments, as a battle took place between Daenerys' loyal Greyjoy fleet and the attacking Euron Greyjoy on behalf of the Lannisters, is undeniable, but there was another scene that may have stolen the entire show.
If you'll recall, in season one, Varys and Illyrio Mopatis seemingly "sell" Daenerys to the Dothraki, but they're actually trying to protect the Targaryen heirs from King Robert. Sent to defend it is Jaime Lannister, while Greyworm of the Unsullied will lead the charge.
What to skip: Samwell Tarly tries to fix Ser Jorah's greyscale but the scene only makes for largely uncomfortable and unnecessary watching. As Tyrion would say "you're in the great game now and the great game is terrifying", and we've got a feeling that Dany won't like the fact that her tactics have been thrown into disarray.
Editor's Note: this post is dark and full of spoilers for Game of Thrones third episode, "The Queen's Justice." . His talents have proven useful to her up until now, but could he be advising her to go against her plan to take over the Seven Kingdoms?
Reminder for those who might have forgotten that this week's episode will be entitled "The Queen's Justice".
This probably isn't the boldest of predictions, especially when it comes to Ellaria and Tyene Sand. Cersei can't ask for a better gift. Unfortunately, I imagine those prizes making their way into Cersei's hands.
For Daenerys, meanwhile, she wants him to "bend the knee", and likely work with her further to conquer all of Westeros in a way that still unifies many of its people.
How good does her dragon chain look. However, I don't think that's ultimately going to be the case. She could realize that his words are true, but still feel as though they need to remove Cersei and Euron Greyjoy from the equation before anything more is done. This shot makes us happier than most of the others we've seen with Sansa and Baelish, because we've been increasingly anxious that Sansa would fall for his tricks and machinations once again.