It looks like we're picking up with blind Arya exactly where we left her -- blind and still in training with the Faceless Men.

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Great news: Reek and Sansa Stark are alive! While not exactly the reveal we're all waiting for, this is big news and makes us wonder where the unlikely duo is headed.


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Samwell Tarly and Gilly are on a ship bound for Oldtown. Has he heard the news about Jon Snow yet? Actually, do we know the news about Jon Snow yet?!?

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With a standing Bran Stark (wait, what?!?) is the Three-Eyed Raven, played by Max von Sydow. (If you don't know the name, you might recognize him from the opening sequence of "The Force Awakens.")

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Brienne of Tarth has very little blood on her for someone who seemingly just swung the sword to kill Stannis Baratheon. (You know, another death we didn't technically see.)


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Jaime Lannister sails home -- with his daughter?!?? Another questionable death potentially answered.


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Having been left by Drogon, Dany was last seen being surrounded by Dothraki. And it seems she was dragged back to civilization against her will to face judgment -- perhaps by Khal Drogo's enemies?

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A glimpse of Balon Greyjoy, played by Patrick Malahide. Could this be the season we get into the politics of the Ironborn and the Kingsmoot? Please say yes.

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Surrounded by the Bolton's flayed-man banners, is Ramsey Bolton (nee Snow) maybe searching for his lost wife, Sansa Stark?


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King Tommen and his uncle-father mourn Princess Myrcella.

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No matter the circumstances, it's always good to see Tyrion Lannister, played by Peter Dinklage.

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Ah, and the Imp seems to have found the Spider once again.


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Missandei was presumably left to ponder in Meereen after Danerys was flown to safety by Drogon.


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After her Walk of Shame, Cersei Lannister is comforted by her brother-lover, Jaime.


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The High Sparrow, played by Jonathan Pryce, appears deep in thought. Perhaps because Cersei made a false confession and is about to try to rain fire on him?

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The Onion Knight surveys...what? Where the heck did we leave him again?

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The Red Devil, I mean Queen, herself rides through the snow after -- wait! Wasn't that the scene of Jon's death?! OH COME ON, HBO.

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Is this Queen Margaery being "treated" by Septa Unella?

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Both Bolton men appear interrupted. Ramsey's not known for his patience.

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Yara Greyjoy of the Iron Islands stands tall, perhaps before she sets off to try yet again to rescue her brother Theon.

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