The latest episode of the highly popular HBO television series, Game of Thrones just aired and things still don't look good for Daenerys Targaryen’s side. Meanwhile, things are finally looking good for the Starks as their fight against the White Walkers nears.

The fire and ice meet

Jon Snow and Davos have finally reached Dragonstone after being summoned by Daenerys. The mother of dragons commanded Jon Snow to kneel and pledge his allegiance to House Targaryen but the bastard from House Stark refused.

The two leaders got into a satisfying bicker, bringing up the faults of their forefathers and explaining their sides.

However, Daenerys took the first step to becoming possible allies by admitting that her father was indeed evil and she even asked for forgiveness, asking further of Jon Snow not to condemn the daughter for her father’s mistakes.

The two didn’t officially become allies yet but Tyrion was able to convince Daenerys to give Jon Snow what he came for, which was the dragon glass. The Mad King’s daughter unfortunately still doesn’t believe in the existence of the White Walkers and is too preoccupied taking down Cersei to care as of the moment.

The Tyrells' downfall

As predicted, Daenerys was able to take Casterly Rock with the help of Tyrion’s strategy, which was to use the sewers that nobody knew about but him.

The Unsullied was prepared to fight a huge army but Greyworm grew suspicious of why there were only a few men manning the impregnable ancestral stronghold of House Lannister.

As it turns out, Jaime has taken most of the Lannisters' army to storm the Tyrells and take their gold. Jaime succeeded in his siege while he left the Unsullied in the hands of Euron Greyjoy.

Before taking her last breath, the wise Olenna of House Tyrell confessed that she was the one poisoned Joffrey to death, which infuriated Jaime and caused him to storm out.

Cersei’s revenge

As revealed in the second episode of “Game of Thrones” season 7, Euron succeeded in capturing the Sands. He took Ellaria and her daughter with her and brought them to Cersei as gifts and to prove his allegiance to the Lannisters.

Cersei, who was heartbroken over her only daughter’s death, poisoned Ellaria’s daughter just like how she poisoned Myrcella to death. The two Sands were left to rot in an underground cell as Ellaria watched her daughter die in a gradual pace.

Bran’s back home

Any Starks' reunion in the “Game of Thrones” is no doubt the most emotional scene in the series and Bran’s unexpected return to Winterfell was no exception. Sansa was greeted by his brother who sat limp on a wagon, tears in her eyes as she embraced him.

The last time they saw each other was several years ago, back in “Game of Thrones” season 1 when Ned Stark was off to King’s Landing with his two daughters, Sansa and Arya. Aside from the heartwarming reunion, Bran explained to Sansa of what and who he has become, apologizing as well for the hell she went through in her own home.