'Game of Thrones' Director Admits 'Beyond the Wall' Timing Is 'Hazy'

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After Gendry made his epic return to Game of Thrones in season seven's fifth episode, "Eastwatch", his surprise reappearance was met with a wave of (very thirsty) celebration and the blossoming of an exciting new bromance.

The director of the episode, Alan Taylor, hears fan questions about just how Davos knew which raven would fly the fastest, admitting to Variety that the timeline's "getting a little hazy". If previous seasons are anything to go by, this means we're in for a hell of a shitstorm in the finale.

"I've had people going, "Oh, when I'm coming towards you, I'm a bear"-no, you're not", McCann added with a laugh".

The length of the Season 7 finale marks another record for GoT in a season that has seen repeated viewership and ratings highs too.

Aside from that superb feat from the Night King and the countless other incidents of madness that unfolded 'Beyond the Wall', there were a few quieter moments when the writers indulged Game of Thrones fans with one of their favourite things, foreshadowing.

We feel like the majority of Game of Thrones viewers out there are still trying to process what happened to Viserion.

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This nearly reminds me of the time Arya Stark managed to survive stab wounds back in Season 6. Plus she's also known as the Dragon Queen, as well as the Mother of Dragons while Jon is a (ahem) Stark, whose house sigil is a Direwolf. "So I think we were straining plausibility a little bit, but I hope the story's momentum carries over some of that stuff".

Game of Thrones Season 7 wraps up next week on August 27th, 2017.

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On the bright side, Jon Snow and the others found out last night that if you kill one of the White Walker leaders, it seems the rest collapse and die. Meanwhile, the Night King literally chills on top of a hill to observe the bloodshed - not unlike his behaviour during most of the "Beyond the Wall" fight. This looks to be the focus of the season 7 finale, now that Jon Snow has more evidence to show Cersei and everyone else in King's Landing.

For this exercise, we will be basing our character studies and examples primarily from the HBO version of Game of Thrones, although one character will be based on the book to make it a bit more fun (more on that later).

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