The Game of Thrones cast and crew keep a tight lid on spoilers, but that doesn't mean they don't let anything through. For those who want a peek into the future, here's what we know about what's going down on Season 2, Episode 6: "The Old Gods and the New” (May 6).
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Myrcella sent away: According to the press release for the episode, Tyrion does in fact send Mycella away, but it's for the best — he gets her out of the city just in time to escape harm.
Theon's big move: The press release also reveals that Theon commits his "master stroke" this week, presumably carrying out the plan he hatched on Season 2, Episode 5: "The Ghost of Harrenhal."
Cat and Robb receive news: Cat makes it back to Robb's camp in one piece, just in time to "receive crucial news," and in the preview for the episode, we learn that news is from Winterfell. Will the news change Robb's strategy?
Jon's big moment: Jon is given a "chance to prove himself" by badass ranger Qhorin, who we met last week. Is it related to the fight we see him get in during the preview?
A new character: Beyond the Wall, Jon will also meet a wildling warrior named Ygrette, played by Downton Abbey alum Rose Leslie. She and Jon "aren't the best of friends...now." Hint, hint.
Dany's next move: Over in Qarth, Dany "vows to take what is hers." She'll continue to seek out ships to cross the Narrow Sea … and yes, that's ships, plural. So much for Jorah's advice. Based on the preview, it seems like her attempt to find a fleet in Qarth won't go smoothly.
Ayra's close call: Arya will come dangerously close to having her identity revealed when someone who knew her before she went undercover shows up at Harrenhal.
Catch the episode on Sunday, May 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.
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