Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 3

S7E3 The Queen's Justice

The Queen's Justice (S7E3) is the Third episode of season Seven of "Game of Thrones" released on Sunday July 30, 2017 on HBO (about a year ago). This episode got 975 Facebook reactions and 353 tweets during the month of the release.

Directed by Mark Mylod.

Featured guest appearances from Ellie Kendrick, Diana Rigg, Rosabell Laurenti Sellers, Mark Gatiss, Tom Hopper, Jim Broadbent, Sara Dylan, Brendan Cowell, Luke Wilson Hanley, James Faulkner, Staz Nair, Rupert Vansittart, Richard Rycroft, Carice van Houten, Pilou Asbæk, Anton Lesser, Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson.

Official Trailer / Fan Reaction Video via Youtube

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Fan Buzz

Frustrated and angry. Friends, for example, is easily the greatest comedic television show ever. Stand fast at the canalizing feature until Bolton's forces came into contact. The length of the series is becoming too short, there are far to many characters and stories to fit in ten episodes. Red flag anybody

Episode Recap

I'm assuming the end is coming for Cersei fairly soon -- I mean, she was actually so happy this week that she allowed herself a moment of exposed joy with Jaime <...> - via Game of Thrones: "The Queen's Justice" - IGN [Matt Fowler]

Like last week, we begin with the image of some waves, although thankfully in daylight this time – Jon’s arrived on Dragonstone. Instead of going straight <...> - via Cultured Vultures [Huw Saunders]

I didn’t expect Highgarden to fall this week. I did expect Casterly Rock to do so though. And both together had a screen time of less than ten minutes. I was <...> - via ED Times [Jibin Mathew George]

Jon knew he might be walking into a trap, and flaunts danger by refusing to bend the knee anyway. His initial meeting with Dany is fraught — she <...> - according to Fellowship of the Screen [David McGinnis]

Well thought out criticisms and they are valid to an extent but the review also comes off a little pretentious. points your basically critiquing the Author of <...> - per DouxReviews [Thomas Ijon Tichy]


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