HBO aired another thrilling episode of "Game of Thrones" on Sunday, and I have the latest scoop. So what are we waiting for? Let’s get into it.

Daenerys and Jon make first contact

In Dragonstone, Daenerys questions the loyalty of Varys while discussing attack plans. Greyworm interrupts them and informs Daenerys about Melisandra, the red queen, who suggests Daenerys meet with Jon Snow. After a bit of convincing from Tyrion, the Mother of Dragons sends a Raven to invite Jon Snow to come to Dragonstone… “and bend the knee."

In Winterfell, Jon receives Tyrion’s message and seeks the opinions of Sansa and Davos about going to Dragonstone.

Sansa thinks that it could be a trap. Davos also thinks that it is too dangerous, but suggests that Daenerys' dragons could be a massive help in the battle against the White Walkers.

A few days later, Jon receives Sam’s message about the dragonglass beneath Dragonstone. He decides to accept Tyrion’s invitation, despite opposition from Sansa and the Northern lords. Sansa is appointed Regent of the North.

Grey Worm and Missandei get intimate

The last time "Game of Thrones" aired a romantic sex scene was in the fifth episode of season 3. Many murders and bloodsheds later, the show finally gave us a steamy love scene. That’s right. Grey Worm-commander of the Unsullied- and Missandei – Danerys’ loyal handmaiden - strip off for a racy love scene on the latest episode of HBO’s hit show.

Grey Worm, who has been castrated (i.e testicles removed) as a young boy, reveals that Missandei is his weakness before getting into bed and going down on Daenery’s trusted advisor. If that isn’t true love I don’t know what is!

Sam finds a cure for Jorah

After discovering a cure for greyscale from the study of rare diseases by Pylos-a deceased Archmaister-Samwell Tarly wants to cure Ser Jorah.

Despite Archmaister Ebrose warning that Pylos’ procedure is dangerous not to mention forbidden, Sam decides to secretly perform the procedure on Jorah. “You are not dying today, Ser Jorah’." Sam assertively tells Jorah before performing the excruciating procedure. It looks like the once shy and timid Sam has come a long way.

Arya reunites with two old friends

Arya meets up with Hot Pie at the Inn at the Crossroads, where she learns that Jon Snow, her half-brother, won the Battle of the Bastards and is King of the North now, which makes her change course and head for Winterfell instead of King’s Landing.

On her way to Winterfell, Arya stops in the woods, where she is surrounded by a pack of wolves. The alpha of the pack is none other than Arya’s direwolf Nimeria, whom she had to abandon in season 1 when the direwolf attacked King Joffrey. Arya asks Nimeria to join her on her journey back to Winterfell. However, Nimeria and her pack walk away into the woods in one of the most anticipated scenes of the episode.

Cersei’s secret weapon

Qyburn, who was formerly a Maester and now the Hand of the Queen, takes Cersei down the cellars of Red Keep, where his secret weapon for killing Daenery’s dragons is stored. After revealing that one of the dragons was injured by spears in The Great Pit of Daznak – the fighting pit of Meereen – Qyburn unveils a ballista capable of piercing a dragon’s skull. Honestly, I expected a lot more from Qyburn considering how he helped to blow up the Great Sept.

Theon the cock-less coward

Yara and Theon, together with the Sands, are travelling across the narrow sea to Kingslanding (according to Tyrion’s plan) when they are attacked by their uncle Euron’s Iron Fleet. Euron captures Yara.

Holding an ax to Yara’s throat, Euron calls for Theon’s attention. “Ah, come on, you cockles coward. I have her. Come and get her.” Overwhelmed and feeling powerless, Theon jumps overboard.

As for the Sands, Ellaria and Tyne are abducted by Euron’s men while Obara and Nymeria are killed by Euron.

"Game of Thrones" airs on Sundays on HBO.

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