Game of Thrones has always had an extra gear that has allowed it to race ahead of every other program on television. In “The Dragon and the Wolf,” the show seemingly reached its climax when it revealed Jon’s parentage, true name, and love affair with his paternal aunt. But then, the episode concluded with the fall of the Wall, the structure that protected Westeros for thousands of years, at the hands of the Night King and a reanimated Viserion. On the season finale of Talk the Thrones, the team discussed the charged conclusion to the penultimate installment of Thrones.
The Wall Has Finally Fallen
The ‘Talk the Thrones’ team talked about the conclusion to “The Dragon and the Wolf”
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