The second episode of the seventh season of "Game of Thrones" was televised this past Sunday night. The episode revealed some big moments such as Jon Snow, King of the North, willing to meet with Daenerys Targaryen, The mother of dragons sending him a raven and advisors to Queen Daenerys, as well as Greyworm and Missandei finally showing their love and affection for each other.

However, the two scenes discussed below include Arya Stark seeing her long lost wolf, Nymeria, for the first time in years and the ambush scene with Euron Greyjoy attacking his niece and nephew Yara and Theon.

What happened between Arya and Nymeria?

As Arya is headed back to Winterfell after hearing the Boltons are dead, and Jon Snow is King of the North, she stops in the middle of the woods to stay the night and builds a fire. She continues to put sticks on the fire and her horse whinnies, sensing something. A twig snaps and she hurries over to her bag and grabs Needle, the sword her father gave her back in season one. Suddenly, wolves surround her, and she turns around just in time to come face to face with Nymeria, the wolf who was with her in the first season.

"I'm heading north, girl," Arya told the wolf. "Back to Winterfell -- I'm finally going home." The wolf stared at her with eyes that gave the look of "I found my pack and I'm not going back to being a pet." Heartbroken at first, Arya stared back as the dire wolf, and her pack left and said softly, "That's not you." What that quote is referring to is a conversation between her and her father, Eddard Stark in the first season of the show when he told her that she could be royalty one day, wearing dresses, to which Arya replied, "That isn't me." It was a clever play on words by the showrunners David Benioff and D.B.


Euron Greyjoy's battle with Yara and Theon Greyjoy

Yara and Theon Greyjoy had no idea this was coming. Balls of flames came crashing down on Yara and Theon's ship. Stepping onto their ship and announcing his presence was none other than Euron Greyjoy, their uncle was exiled from his land by his brother Balon Greyjoy. Euron and his fleet of ships attacked Yara and Theon's ship, killing several of the passengers including two of the Sand sisters from Dorne.

Soon, Euron Greyjoy and his niece, Yara faced off in a battle producing back and forth sword fighting. It wasn't long until Euron had his niece with his arm in a chokehold and an ax directed toward her throat.

Standing across Euron and Yara was Theon Greyjoy. Euron Greyjoy chastised his nephew into saving his sister from being killed by him.

Instead, with a disheartened and frightened look on his face, Theon dropped his sword and jumped into the water. As he did this, Euron cackled loudly with glee. The look of horror that Theon displayed was a face that has been seen on his face often as "Reek" or Ramsay Bolton's slave. What this scene shows is that no matter how hard Theon tries, "Reek" will always be a part of who he is as a person. Sadly, the trauma will stay with him forever.