Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 2 bloopers Behind The Scenes a knight of the seven kingdoms funny

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“A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” is the second episode of the eighth season of Game of Thrones. It is the sixty-ninth episode of the series overall. It premiered on April 21, 2019. It was written by Bryan Cogman and directed by David Nutter.

The battle at Winterfell is approaching. Jaime is confronted with the consequences of the past. A tense interaction between Sansa and Daenerys follows.


Jaime stands still while Daenerys speaks. She begins by saying that when she was a child, her brother would tell her a bedtime story – about the man who murdered their father. He told her other stories as well, about all the things they would do to that man, once they took back the Seven Kingdoms and had him in their grasp. Dany remarks to him that Cersei had pledged to send her army north, but that all she sees is one man with one hand, and it appears Cersei lied. Jaime makes it clear that she lied to him as well, and that she never had any intention of sending her army north. Jaime tells her that Cersei has Euron Greyjoy’s fleet and 20,000 fresh troops, that the Golden Company from Essos paid for. Even if they defeat the Army of the Dead, she’ll have plenty of men to kill the survivors. Jaime states he promised to fight for the living and he intends to keep that promise.

Tyrion tries to step in but Dany quickly shuts him down, knowing that Tyrion was wrong about his sister too. Sansa also says they are right, that they can’t trust him, that Jaime attacked their father in the streets and tried to destroy her house and family the same as he did Dany’s. Jaime quickly retorts asking if it’s an apology they are seeking and that he won’t. He says they were at war, and that everything he did, he did for his house and his family and would do it all again. Bran interjects: “The things we do for love”.