It is finally the penultimate of Season 7 of “Game of Thrones” since it only has 7 episodes. If Season 7 is like the previous seasons, fans can expect big things to happen of “Beyond the Wall.” The “Battle of the Bastards,” “The Rains of Castamere,” and “Baelor” are some of the iconic episodes of the show and they are all the penultimate episodes of the previous seasons.

In “Eastwatch,” Tyrion proposed to bring a Wight to King’s Landing to prove that the White Walkers are a real threat. Jon Snow, Jorah Mormont, Tormund Giantsbane, Gendry Waters, Sandor Clegane, Beric Dondarrion and Thoros of Myr set out beyond the Wall to capture a Wight.

The upcoming episode was mistakenly broadcasted before its original airdate and has since been leaked online. If you haven’t seen and avoided watching the episode, here are some of what you can expect from “Beyond the Wall.”

Suicide Squad and more

The fans called the Jon and his group the ‘Suicide Squad’ due to the dangerous mission ahead and the group’s weird chemistry. The group has a tough mission ahead of them. The level of danger is high since they will come face to face with the Undead.

From the “#WinterIsHere” trailer of Season 7, there were already clips seen that will probably be included in the upcoming episode. Fans will get to see the clips of Beric’s flaming sword and the huge battle between the living and the Undead.

Like any other battle, there is a possibility that someone will die or get hurt badly. But in the trailer, near the end, we see someone riding off on a horse. The last time the ‘Suicide Squad’ was seen, they weren’t riding a horse. It also was a live horse, not a horse that’s been turned into a Wight.

There is someone who stays beyond the Wall and rides a horse.

He came back last season to the rescue of Bran and Meera just in time. Could Uncle Benjen return this season as well? Just in time, to save to maybe Jon Snow? He has been doing his part, despite being half-Wight, to stop the White Walkers.

Dragon surprise

Entertainment Weekly has released the official photos for “Beyond the Wall.” In one of the photos, Daenerys was wearing a white dress, instead of her usual black.

She is with Tyrion, and they are between Viserion and Rhaegon.

What could her wardrobe change mean? Is she going to follow the Suicide Squad beyond the wall? Is Daenerys going to bring the dragons to the fight between the living and the Undead? If she is, the huge battle is only going to get bigger.

Sister tension

In “Eastwatch” master manipulator Petyr Baelish has begun his attempt on driving the two Stark sisters against each other. The tension between Sansa and Arya is starting to boil, and with Baelish’s note trick on Arya, it’s going to get worse.

Based on Aiden Gillen’s (Baelish) interview with New York Times, he revealed that he is not only trying to drive the two sisters apart but the entire Stark family.

He explained that Catelyn Stark’s rejection is what drives Baelish to undermine her family. He added that Baelish still considers Varys as one of his enemies, and now, Bran Stark too.

“Beyond the Wall” will be running for 71 minutes, the longest episode in “Game of Thrones” history. That is until before the 81-minute season finale the following week. With a 71-minute long episode, “Beyond the Wall” is going to be one of the biggest and greatest episodes in the series. If you still haven’t seen the leaked episode, or you’ve seen it and wanted to watch it again, “Beyond the Wall” will air on HBO on August 20.