I hope we’re not witnessing this long-delayed gratification for G+M solely as a prelude to one of their deaths being imbued with some extra pathos. In the excitement of yelling “fire and blood!” at my MacBook every Sunday night, I often forget how deeply, serially sad this show is.
Anyway, what I really want is for no one to use any of Grey Worm or Missandei’s come-on tactics for personal use, or ever again on a television program. Please don’t say “You are my weakness,” to people! That’s not a good compliment! And we all deserve better in a world where ice zombies and magical fire pirates are possible. There, we did it, our serious discussion for the week.
Thank goodness, because this episode really delivered on the premise of “rated TV-MA for graphic violence and strong sexual content,” and we have a ton of points to give out. Not just for our young lovers (who we’ll come back to), but for a whole mess of murder.
Episode 2 opens with a thunderstorm on Dragonstone that has Daenerys in a funk. She’s already decided Westeros “doesn’t feel like home,” because of all the rain, and probably because of the fact that she has yet to see a single living person that she didn’t bring with her.
Source : https://www.theverge.com/2017/7/24/16018224/game-of-thrones-season-7-episode-2-stormborn-recap-fantasy-league