The fact that there are six parts in the last period pushes us to analyze Game of Thrones! The first part of the eighth period, published last Sunday, makes references to the first period. If you didn’t watch carefully enough, you may have missed some precious moments. But don’t worry, we’ve brought it all together!
A boy running through the crowd to see the parade in Winterfell.
Eighth Term Submission:The new term screening started with a boy running through the crowd at Winterfell and climbing a tree to see Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen.
First Term Original:Bran Stark had gone to the walls of Winterfell to look into the royal gateway of Robert Baratheon, who had come to make Ned Stark Hand of the Sovereign.
Arya sees the Hound as she looks at the passage in Winterfell.
Eighth Term Submission: Adult Arya Stark, compared to the first seasons, sees the Hound as she looks at the incoming crowd. Stark, who developed an interesting affinity after spending time with the Hound, who was on the assassination list, nevertheless left the Hound dead in the fourth period.
First Term Original:Young Arya is excitedly trying to see who is coming to Winterfell and in that scene she sees the Hound on a horse.
A Stark greets a royal with a familiar word.
Eighth Term Submission:“Winterfell is yours, sire,” Bahta says when Dany and Jon arrive at Winterfell.
First Term Original:This scene got the audience very excited because it’s almost exactly what Sansa’s father Ned Stark said when King Robert came to Winterfell!
Arya and Jon hug emotionally.
Eighth Term Submission: Arya approaches slowly as Jon is near the Starks’ tree. The duo, who have not seen each other for a long time, hugs emotionally.
First Term Original: Jon leaves to join Night’s Watch, leaving Arya quite upset. Arya hugs emotionally just as she did in the eighth period before Jon leaves. This scene is also the scene where Jon gives Arya his sword Needle.
Bran sees Jaime Lannister.
Eighth Term Submission:“He’s waiting for an old friend,” Bran tells Sam.
First Term Original:Bran, who injured Jaime Lannister by throwing him out of the window in the first episode, refers to Jaime as an “old friend”.