Cersei's Iron Bank Mistake Could Cost Her Big on 'Game of Thrones'

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After the final scene of episode 4 of Game of Thrones' Season 7, things looked rather bad for the Kingslayer.

Episode 5 of "Game of Thrones" season 7 is set to be released on Sunday, Aug. 13 at 9 p.m. EDT on HBO. These images show a reunion between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen, as well as Tyrion Lannister walking the battlefield after the showdown with the Lannister forces.

So far, only the audience - and Bran - know that Jon Snow isn't actually a bastard.

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However, there is a slightly happier get-together between old friends Tyrion and Varys, with the two advisors of the Khaleesi sharing a drink in front of the Dragonstone throne. He recognized numerous dangers associated with going into a battle that would cause those you conquered to fear you rather than admire you. He's always been Cersei's humanising factor, and since psychopathic Euron Greyjoy tipped up, the one-handed knight has seemed even more sympathetic.

After all, these dragons were little pipsqueaks when we first met them in Season 1. Perhaps whatever is happening off-screen here is someone or something that Jon knows better than Dany, like Theon or a captured Jaime Lannister.

Tyrion is most assuredly shook after seeing the devastation caused by Drogon during the questionably-named "Loot Train Attack", which may have spelled doom for his brother Jaime (but probably didn't).

In episode 5, Daenerys will likely incorporate all these Lannister soldiers into her own army, and we'll learn more details about the undead horde that's slowly marching towards the south.

In "The Spoils of War", Daenerys Targaryen rode her fire-breathing dragon into battle.

Pictures from the upcoming episode five of the seventh season of Game of Thrones are out and everyone seems stressed.

In the scene, Tycho Nestoris of the Iron Bank makes it clear that the Bank doesn't "bet" on the winner, but rather, they invest on the chosen victor. Assuming he's still alive, as it's doubtful Game of Thrones would kill a main character on a cliffhanger - he might need some Westerosi CPR.

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