SPOILER ALERT: Warning, this article contains spoilers from the Season 7, Episode 3 of Game of Thrones, entitled The Queen’s Justice. Proceed at your own risk.
The third episode of Season 7 of Game Of Thrones entitled The Queen’s Justice was brutal, delivering another week of memorable moments, with the greatest lines of fantasy dialogue this side of Westeros. This week, the focus was convincing everyone at Dragonstone that the throne can wait, because the White Walkers are coming. As usual, Tyrion Lannister had a way with words. While Jon Snow was at Dragonstone telling Daenerys Targaryen that he’s seen the army of the dead, Samwell Tarly reminded everyone how valuable it is to read the f’in manual. What will they say next? Here are the six best quotes from Season 7, Episode 3 “The Queen’s Justice” to keep us all going until next Sunday.
Daenerys Targaryen Is The Mother Of F’ing Dragons.
She also has a long list of other titles. In “The Queen’s Justice” she added Queen of Badass Self-Esteem to the list. Sitting on the throne at Dragonstone, Daenerys meets Jon Snow for the first time and explains why she DGAF. Dany wants Jon to bend his knee, because she is Queen.
ICYMI The entire quote is everything.
“I spent my life in foreign lands. So many men have tried to kill me, I don’t remember all their names. I have been sold like a broodmare. I’ve been chained and betrayed, raped, and defiled. Do you know what kept me standing through all those years in exile? Faith. Not in any gods, not in myths and legends. In myself. In Daenerys Targaryen.”
Jon Snow is impressed, but will not bend his knee for Dany.
These two can learn to get along.
Too bad the ancestors in his head are not his ancestors IRL. Would he say the same thing if he knew his ancestors vowed to maintain control of the Iron Throne?
Samwell Tarly RTFM.
Turns out reading books is the cure for Greyscale. Always read the manual, y’all.
Tyrion is wrong, he looks good brooding.
But he really should stop comparing himself to Jon Snow.
Comparisons aside, Tyrion seems to believe Jon, and realizes that winter is here; the White Walkers are coming.
Ser Davos drops science.
Because the White Walkers are coming and none of this throne bulls–t matters. We heard this one in the trailer, but it was even better in full context. Davos explains why it doesn’t matter if Jon bends his knee for Dany. Winter is here.
Well, it’s a damn good thing Davos is so articulate. Daenerys decided to let Jon Snow mine for dragonglass, so everyone can fight the White Walkers. The dead army is en route, and the walking dead don’t care about the King or Queen of Westeros.
If Tyrion can’t figure it out, maybe Rick Grimes can. Or, perhaps, dragonglass is the way out for the survivors of Alexandria. While the crossover is never likely to happen, we can spend the next week dreaming of Daryl Dixon riding a dragon until Episode 4 airs next Sunday on HBO.
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