An Abundance of Thrones -S5E8- Hardhome REVIEW/RECAP

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Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 08 – Hardhome

Director: Miguel Sapochnik
Writer: David Benioff & D. B. Weiss

S5E8: 7.01 Million (U.S. only)
S5E7: 5.40 Million (U.S. only)
S5E6: 6.24 Million (U.S. only)
S5E5: 6.56 Million (U.S. only)
S5E4: 6.82 Million (U.S. only)
S5E3: 6.71 Million (U.S. only)
S5E2: 6.81 Million (U.S. only)
S5E1: 8.00 Million (U.S. only)

Episode Ratings
S5E8: 100%
S5E7: 90%
S5E6: 60%
S5E5: 100%
S5E4: 100%
S5E3: 100%
S5E2: 95%
S5E1: 100%

Game of Thrones Wikipedia

Episode Summary:
Cersei refuses to confess her sins. Qyburn informs her that Pycelle has sent for Kevan to serve as the King’s Hand, and that “the work continues.” Arya assumes the identity of Lana, an oyster seller. Jaqen tells her to learn everything about a man who takes wagers on whether or not ships arrive at their destinations, and then poison him. Olly asks Sam why Jon trusts the wildings, to which Sam replies that he has no other choice; otherwise they don’t stand a chance against the army of the dead. Sansa asks Reek why he told Ramsay about her escape plans, and he says there is no escape. He then finally reveals that he faked the deaths of her younger brothers. Ramsay suggests to his father that they move on Stannis and asks for twenty good men. In Meereen, Tyrion convinces Daenerys to spare Jorah’s life and exile him again. Jorah instead goes back to Yezzan and asks permission to fight in the pits. Daenerys accepts Tyrion into her council. Arriving at Hardhome, Jon and Tormund manage to convince about five thousand wildlings to come back with them, showing them the dragonglass and offering them lands south of the Wall. Hardhome is suddenly attacked by an army of wights, and Jon and the other rangers help defend it. A White Walker attacks Jon, but is killed by Jon’s Valyrian steel-sword. As Jon, the other rangers and the wildings sail away, they witness the Night’s King reviving the deceased wildings.
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