The per-usual vague synopsis reads: "Daenerys fights back. Jaime faces an unexpected situation. Arya comes home."
As seen above, Jaime and Bronn look a bit worried. They're on the road from sacking Highgarden back to King's Landing with all of the Tyrells' gold. But could Daenerys be fighting back ... with her fiery dragons?
Speaking of Daenerys, now that most of her allies are dead or captured, she doesn't seem happy at all as she walks the beaches of Dragonstone with Tyrion, Missandei, Varys, and Davos.
In the next photo, Daenerys has a heart-to-heart with her right-hand woman, Missandei. Maybe she can come up with a better military strategy than Tyrion.
Dany could use new allies — can she convince Jon Snow to bend the knee?
One ally does show up at Dragonstone, though it's not a person anyone wants to see — Theon returns.
Wonder how Jon is going to react? Not well, we're guessing.
Over in King's Landing, Cersei continues to butter up Iron Bank rep Tycho Nestoris. She needs that Tyrell gold from Jaime, stat, to pay off her debts and make sure they continue to back her.
Further north, in Winterfell, Brienne and Pod look almost pleased as they stand in the courtyard. Could they be witnessing another Stark reunion, in the former of Arya's return?
Meanwhile, Littlefinger gazes down at the courtyard, as shifty and untrustworthy as ever. Arya's return likely won't turn out well for him.
And then there's Sansa, looking stricken again in the godswood. Is Bran being creepy and recounting more of the horrific things that have happened to her over the years?
"Game of Thrones" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.