Game of Thrones S07E04: Fans turn on Bronn after dragon attack

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In this case, dragon love Bronn love, and Bronn's actor Jerome Flynn felt first-hand the disdain for his scorpion shot.

If any character on Game of Thrones has a 100% approval rating among viewers it's Bronn... or rather he had unanimous support before last week's explosive "The Spoils of War", where he got behind Qyburn's scorpion and fired a shot into the side of Drogon.

When Bronn shot down Daenerys' dragons, Drogon Jeremy Flynn lost a lot of fans.

"Since the day the battle aired, I've been a little unpopular, I have to say. My postman won't speak to me because I shot the dragon". Several members from the cast and crew, including executive producer Bernie Caulfield, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Emilia Clarke, and many more discuss the work that went into bringing this epic battle to life. "And that one particular sequence was some of the most exciting filming I've had".

Bronn from 'Game of Thrones' says his postman won't talk to him after he shot Daenerys' dragon

"You've got all this extraordinary excellence around you - people who have been training for months to get every little piece of their puzzle right; stuntmen, armorers, everyone".

"He doesn't have total disregard for Jaime, but he has a bond with Tyrion that's hard for him to ignore". Jaime's fall into the water echoed both Tyrion and Bran, the Mets' Noah Syndergaard made a cameo, the Catspaw Dagger returned, and, er, some people think they saw the ghost of Catelyn Stark at Winterfell (no, really.). "It's probably the coolest weapon I'm going to get to play with". "He sees him as an underdog like himself", he said. When asked in an interview with HBO about seeing the episode, he had a hilarious answer about the fallout.

If Bronn were to bend the knee and swear allegiance to House Targaryen, we might just be able to forgive him. "If you're really angry he's been shooting at Drogon, then maybe not".

Game of Thrones' Instagram page also shared the storyboard from the scene. We should know soon enough, as it appears photos released from the upcoming episode show us in the immediate aftermath of the Loot Train Battle. Stay tuned for our review.

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