'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 5 - 'Eastwatch'

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They are now on the road to becoming allies in war-with Daenerys offering up her dragon glass for Jon's defence against the Night King.

They're all attributes that Wilf pretty much nails, if his Instagram posts are anything to go by.

There is another thing that going to happen in Episode 5.

With Jon Snow meeting Daenerys Targaryen at Dragonstone in Game of Thrones season seven, there have been a lot of questions floating around, with the main one being: How exactly are Jon Snow and Daenerys related?

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When hearts are most in conflict on the screen, it turns out, so are the hearts in our ribcages. Meanwhile, for Dany she'd have a Westerosi ally that wouldn't be immediately captured or killed by her rivals.

What does this mean for Daenerys and Jon? Yes, the Northern lords were eager to proclaim Jon King in the North when there were no true-born male Starks hanging about. If Jon were to bend the knee to Dany, suddenly, everyone's attention would shift. You may remember Ser Davos pointing out that if the two don't unite to fight the threat from the North, "it doesn't matter whose skeleton sits on the Iron Throne". The show has never really been about its happy endings or even happy moments. This is not even to mention the other problems that exist in the pairing. Technically, Dany and Jon are aunt and nephew as well as second cousins, but if they were to marry it may not be considered incest. But, they will have to find a way to make her listen to reason.

As Uproxx points out, about two months ago, fans on Reddit predicted that actor Wilf Scolding would take on the role based on the actor's supposed Twitter history. They are trying to suppress their personal feelings for their subjects and in the cave, some of those walls did start to come down. Of course, George R.R. Martin is famous for throwing out conventional theories in favor of something more complex, so only time will tell if this theory pans out.

What do you think Jon should do?

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