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 7: "A Man Without Honor" (May 13).
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Jaime gets interesting: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) has said that this episode contains his "favorite scene ever" that he has shot for "any job." According to the press release for the episode, Jaime "meets a distant relative," and based on the preview it looks like the Lannister cousin who carried Robb's message to King's Landing earlier this season offers to help the Kingslayer — perhaps by trying to break him out of his cage? Whatever happens, we're excited to see the scene that Nikolaj loves so much.
Dany's invitation: According to the press release, Dany "receives an invitation to the House of the Undying," which further bolsters our theory that the warlocks we were introduced to in Season 2, Episode 5: "The Ghost of Harrenhal" are the ones that made off with her dragons. Or maybe they'll help her find them? Either way, we suspect that the House of the Undying will turn out to be more interesting than Xaro's dismissive description made it sound.
Theon's search: The press release says "Theon leads a search party," and the preview confirms he's hunting down Bran and Rickon. Will the youngest Starks get away? Given how unlucky the rest of their family has been, maybe not...
Jon is lost: The press release also says that Jon gets lost in the wilderness. Will his new friend Ygritte stick around to keep him warm?
Poor Sansa: We also know that "Cersei councils Sansa," according to the press release, which we can only imagine won't be good for Westeros' unhappiest princess. Don't trust her, Sansa! In the preview, we also see that Sansa will interact with the Hound this week, so it sounds like she has a lot to do.
For more, watch the preview for the episode here, and read our detailed breakdown of what it reveals.
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