The third episode of the seventh season of "Game of Thrones" premieres tomorrow at 9 p.m. EST. It will feature storylines such as Jon Snow heading to Dragonstone to meet with Daenerys Targaryen, and Euron Greyjoy returning to King's Landing.

In fact, these are the two storylines that I would discuss to predict what happens in these scenes. The King of the North and the Mother of Dragons meet and then what happens? What will happen when Euron Greyjoy returns to King's Landing?

Jon Snow meets Daenerys Targaryen for the first time

In the last episode of "Game of Thrones," Jon Snow received a raven from who he assumes to have been sent by Tyrion to meet with Daenerys Targaryen to discuss their possible allegiance.

He also wanted to discuss how he would be able to get dragonglass, the only object with the ability to kill the Night King and his white walkers. Much to the dismay of Sansa Stark, his half-sister and the men who are fighting for him, he convinces his soldiers and his sister that he must meet the mother of dragons if it helps them defeat the Night King.

The prediction I have for when Jon and Daenerys first meet is that he asks her for dragonglass to help defeat the white walkers and in exchange, she asks him for his loyalty and allegiance to her to fight alongside her. However, I do think that there would be some conflict between the two about whether to attack the white walkers or King's Landing first.

An allegiance between the two would show how much they would be willing to fight with one another. It would show how much Jon would appreciate fighting with three dragons and how Daenerys would like more reinforcements since Yara Greyjoy and the Sand snakes were captured by Euron Greyjoy and his men.

Euron Greyjoy returns to King's Landing

As you may recall in the season premiere, Euron Greyjoy sailed to King's Landing seeking marriage from Cersei Lannister, The Queen of Seven Kingdoms. The queen refused his marriage proposal to which Euron promised that he would not come back to King's Landing until he had the "gift" to give the queen.

In the last episode, Euron ambushed his niece, Yara and her ship with his fleet of ships. With several killings, the swashbuckling Greyjoy managed to capture Ellaria Sand and Tyene Sand, her daughter. Why is this significant you ask? If you can recall, in season 5, Ellaria Sand killed Myrcella Lannister, Cersei's, with a poisonous kiss to the lips.

Now that Euron has brought the "gift" of Ellaria and Tyene Sand, my prediction is that Cersei kills Tyene Sand in front of Ellaria like how she killed Myrcella. After that, the queen would kill Ellaria. This would be the ultimate "Queen's Justice."