Game of thrones review season 6 episode 2- After one long season without seeing what happened to Brann, we finally see him at the beginning of this episode of Game of thrones. Bran is warging in the past and sees his father and his family. He sees how everybody is happy, even Hodor is normal boy and he is also happy.
After he comes back to present day, Bran wonders what had happened to Hodor so that could change him so much to become what he is today.
Cersei is forbidden to attend her daughter’s funeral. Finally, Tommen visits Cersei and they talk about the current situation. She tells Tommen she wishes to find a way how to get rid of this religious men and get things back to normal.
After a conversation with the small council of Daenerys, Tyrion gets a crazy idea. Tyrion had previously told Grey Worm and Missandei that dragons don’t do well in captivity so he wishes to free them. Frightened to death, he enters the dungeon and starts telling a story to the dragons.
While speaking, he makes physical contact with the dragons and manages to release one of them. The other dragon sees what Tyrion has just done so it puts its head near Tyrion so that Tyrion can release him too. Frightened and happy, Tyrion leaves the dungeon with a dose of regret for this crazy idea of his.
The nameless girl meets Arya again in the streets of Braavos and beats her. Some time later, Jaqen arrives and asks Arya about her name, offering her food, shelter and her sight. Although tempted, Arya knows that this must be game so she denies her name, telling that she is no one.
Ramsay argues with his father. At the same moment the maester enters, delivering the news about Roose’s baby boy. Consumed with jealousy, Ramsay congratulates his father and suddenly Ramsay stabs Roose who immediately falls dead on the ground.
Ramsay tells the maester to inform the people of Winterfell that Roose died by his enemies and that Ramsay is the warden of the North now. Ramsay also asks the Maester to send Lady Walda to him. Shortly after this twist of events, Laly Walda arrives to meet with Ramsay, thinking she is about to meet with Roose.
Ramsay takes Lady Walda in the cages where he keeps his dogs, informing her that he is Lord Bolton now, the one and only. Because Ramsay wishes to stay the only heir to his father’s inheritance, he gives order to the dogs to attack Lady Walda and her baby. What a sick twisted mind can think of this action?
Brienne tells Sansa that she saw Arya on her way to the Erie. She was safe but travelling with the Hound. Brienne asks Sansa what happened in Winterfell, why she changed her mind. You’d better not know, we truly don’t know what happened, but we have seen enough from that sick bastard. It will make everyone run as hell from him.
Thorne and the men of the Watch stand in front of the room where Jon’s body is held. Ser Davos and few other men who defend Jon’s body together with the direwolf are preparing for battle. The moment before the fight begins, Tormund enters Castle Black together with several wildlings and the giant.
And finnaly, we know why they were trying so hard to preserve Jon’s body not burnt. Ser Davos asks Lady Melisandre to get Jon back from the dead. She tells Davos she has never done it before but she has seen a man who came back to life 6 times, just because the Lord of Lights wanted it.
However, Melisandre prepares Jon’s body for the ritual. She washes the body, cuts his hair and puts it in the fire. During the ritual Melisandre pronounces strange words so that the magic can be done. But nothing happens. Everybody leaves the room with a disappointment on their faces.
Jon’s lifeless body lies on the table. The room is empty. Only the direwolf remains loyal and stays in the room. Suddenly, the direwolf changes his mood and starts making some soothing sounds. YES! He is alive!!! We see Jon awakening from the dead, fighting for breath. They did it! Great job, Melisandre. HE IS BACK!