All the biggest moments from 'Game of Thrones' season 7 episode 2

Warning: Huge (very huge) spoilers for "Game of Thrones" season seven, episode two. If you aren't caught up on the series, read at your own risk.

After what felt like the longest seven days in history, season two episode seven of "Game of Thrones," titled "Stormborn," finally came on TV.

The majority of this episode felt similar to the season premiere: catching up with characters, and seeing the story mechanics that will bring everyone closer together as the series moves toward the end. But then it ended with an unexpected battle, as Euron attacked his niece's fleet at sea.

Storms and trust (or lack thereof) were big themes this week. No one seems to trust anyone, which is a pretty smart way to live in Westeros. But it's also frustrating for the audience, because we want some of these people to just get along.

There's a lot to remember — between Sansa ruling the North and Grey Worm going all the way with Missandei — so we highlighted the episode's biggest moments.

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Net Worth: $16 Million

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau might be best known for his role as Jaime Lannister on "Game of Thrones," but he also appeared in the 2016 film "Gods of Egypt," 2001's "Black Hawk Down," Tom Cruise's "Oblivion" and "The Other Woman" with Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton.

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Peter Dinklage Net Worth: $15 Million

Peter Dinklage had an established movie career before he joined the "Game of Thrones" cast as Tyrion Lannister in 2011. He appeared in "The Station Agent," "Elf," "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past." In 2012, Dinklage's role on "Game of Thrones" won him a Golden Globe for the category Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film.

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Emilia Clarke Net Worth: $13 Million

Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen (also known and Khaleesi and the Mother of Dragons), has a net worth of $13 million. The British actress got her big break from her fire-proof role on the show but has since expanded her acting repertoire with starring roles in the film adaptation of Jojo Moyes' best-selling novel, "Me Before You," and the 2015 film "Terminator: Genisys" alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger. She's currently filming an untitled "Star Wars" spin-off based on Han Solo, due out in 2018.

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Kit Harington Net Worth: $12 Million

Kit Harington was a fairly unknown actor before he joined "Game of Thrones" as Jon Snow, but he now has several feature films under his belt. These include Paul W.S. Anderson's "Pompeii" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2." Kit Harington's net worth is $12 million.

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Lena Headey Net Worth: $9 Million

Lena Headey was nearly two decades into her professional acting career when she landed the role of Cersei Lannister on "Game of Thrones." Headey has starred in "The Purge," "The Brothers Grimm" and "300."

According to the Los Angeles Times, the actress said she had less than $5 in her bank account after filing for divorce in 2012, but she seems to be on the road to recovery. Headey and her leading "Game of Thrones" co-stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington all make $1.1 million per episode, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

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Carice van Houten Net Worth: $5 Million

Carice van Houten plays Red Priestess Melisandre, otherwise known as the Red Woman on "Game of Thrones." Van Houten's character debuted in the second season of the show and has been a source of major plot shifts ever since. With a reported net worth of $5 million, van Houten has also appeared in films such as "Valkyrie," "Repo Men" and "The Fifth Estate."

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Aidan Gillen Net Worth: $4 Million

Aidan Gillen, whose net worth is reported at $4 million, plays the conniving Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish on "Game of Thrones." Gillen played a similarly seedy role in HBO's "The Wire" between 2004 and 2008 as Tommy Carcetti, the mayor of Baltimore. Besides his time on television, Gillen has landed film roles on works like "12 Rounds," "Shadow Dancer" and "The Dark Knight Rises."

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Sophie Turner Net Worth: $3 Million

Sophie Turner began her acting career at the age of 3, becoming a member of the Playbox Theatre Company. But it was her 2011 casting as Sansa Stark in "Game of Thrones" that made her widely known to audiences. Since then, Turner has garnered five award nominations from the Screen Actors Guild for the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series award, as well as the 2013 nomination for Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series from the Young Artist Awards.

Sophie Turner's net worth stands at a respectable $3 million. Besides "Game of Thrones," Turner starred as Jean Grey in 2016's "X-Men: Apocalypse" and will reprise the role in the upcoming "X-Men: Dark Phoenix," due in 2018.

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Maisie Williams Net Worth: $3 Million

Maisie Williams plays Arya Stark on "Game of Thrones," just one of many strong female leads the series has produced. Since her 2011 debut as the scrappy younger Stark sister, Williams has garnered a number of film and TV credits, including starring roles in "Cyberbully," "iBoy" and "The Book of Love." Williams will also be joining the "X-Men" universe in "X-Men: The New Mutants," expected in 2018.

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Jacob Anderson Net Worth: $3 Million

Jacob Anderson joined the cast of "Game of Thrones" in 2013 as Grey Worm, the head of Daenerys Targaryen's Unsullied army. He's no stranger to TV roles: Anderson did a six-episode stint on the English crime drama "Broadchurch" and starred in the series "Episodes" and "The Mimic." A multitalented performer, Anderson is also a signed recording artist with Columbia records. He's released three EPs since 2013. 

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Iain Glen Net Worth: $3 Million

Scottish actor Iain Glen has gained widespread notoriety for his role as Jorah Mormont on HBO's "Game of Thrones." With a reported net worth of $3 million, Glen is no newcomer to show business, having starred in a number of high-profile movies, including "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider," "Kingdom of Heaven," "Kick-Ass 2" and three "Resident Evil" movies. Glen will appear in the upcoming immigration drama "The Flood" alongside his "Game of Thrones" co-star Lena Headey in 2018.

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Alfie Allen Net Worth: $2 Million

Alfie Allen plays Theon Greyjoy, also known as Reek, on "Game of Thrones." Though his character has suffered through most of the "Game of Thrones" TV series, Allen has picked up a slew of successful acting credits over the course of his career, including roles in "John Wick" and "Atonement." Alfie Allen's net worth stands at $2 million. 

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Isaac Hempstead-Wright Net Worth: $2 Million

Playing the role of Brandon "Bran" Stark, Isaac Hempstead-Wright has been a staple "Game of Thrones" character since the series began in 2011. Coincidentally, that was the also the first year of Hempstead-Wright's acting career, as he made his film debut in "The Awakening." As a young actor new to the industry, his $2 million net worth is very respectable, and sure to grow.

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John Bradley Net Worth: $1 Million

John Bradley also came onto the scene in 2011 and has been busy ever since. He book-ended his role as Samwell Tarly in "Game of Thrones" with other TV appearances, including roles in "Borgia," "Shameless" and "Merlin." Bradley has amassed a net worth of $1 million, which might increase given his roles in "Patient Zero" and "American Satan," both due out later this year.

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Nathalie Emmanuel Net Worth: $1 Million

Though she's best known for her role as Missandei in "Game of Thrones," Nathalie Emmanuel got her start on the stage. As a 10-year-old, Emmanuel starred in "The Lion King" on London's West End before transitioning to film and television. She played the lead in the TV series "Hollyoaks" from 2007 to 2010 and has appeared in film series like "The Fast and the Furious" and "Maze Runner."

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Gwendoline Christie Net Worth: $500,000

Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth on "Game of Thrones," a character who has changed loyalties and roles throughout the course of the show. Like her co-stars, Christie has seen wider success and increased film credits since the show's debut, including roles in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2," "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and its upcoming sequel, "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Christie's net worth is reported to be $500,000.

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All net worth figures are according to celebrity finance website Celebrity Net Worth unless otherwise noted.

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Here's our recap of season 7 episode 2 of "Game of Thrones:"

Daenerys doesn't trust Varys. And Melisandre wants her to team up with Jon Snow.

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Daenerys doesn't feel at home in Dragonstone, even though it's her ancestral home. And for the first time, she addresses her distrust of Varys. This is actually coming from a solid place, and it's surprising she didn't bring it up when he came to Meereen. Varys betrayed her father, and then served as Master of Spies for Robert Baratheon. While doing that he, betrayed Robert as well. And he also helped facilitate the attempt on her life, with the help of Ser Jorah Mormont.

Daenerys tells Varys that she doesn't know she can trust someone when she doesn't know where their loyalties lie. But Varys smartly responds by telling her about his background. He is not from a noble house. Like Missandei and Grey Worm, he was a slave, so he cares about the good of the people in Westeros — not just the lords. This worked on Daenerys, and then Melisandre showed up to tell her that she should team up with Jon Snow, who can definitely use her help defeating what's coming from the North.


Jaime doesn't trust Cersei, or believe in the Lannister army — and he goes behind her back in a meeting with Randyll Tarly.

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Randyll Tarly (Samwell Tarly's dad, who we met in season six) is summoned to King's Landing to see Queen Cersei. She asks him for his allegiance to the Iron Throne. Tarly is fiercely loyal to the Tyrell family, but Jaime takes him aside and offers him a position as the ranking general in his Lannister army.

This scene proved that Jaime doesn't trust Cersei. She's literally a mass murderer, so lords of Westeros aren't likely to ally with her. At this point, anyone can be killed no matter what they do for her. Jaime also doesn't believe his army is strong enough, and needs all the help he can get.


The North doesn't trust Tyrion Lannister or Daenerys Targaryen, and with good reason.

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As viewers, we know we can trust Tyrion Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen. So far on the series, Tyrion has been kind to any of the Starks who cross his path. And in general, he treats people with kindness, unless they've done him wrong.

And Daenerys hasn't shown her father's madness. Though some theorize that it's in there, we've seen a strong, brave, and confident leader who cares about her people.

But the people in the North haven't seen the good sides of these people. They hear stories, and they associate them with the people they're related to. The people of the North don't have enough knowledge of Tyrion and Dany to fully trust Jon and Davos's mission to ally with the young queen. But Jon's doing it anyway, because the White Walkers are coming, and they can't defend themselves alone.


Qyburn has a weapon that can defeat Dany's dragons.

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Or can it? Qyburn shows Cersei a giant weapon he's created that can kill dragons. She's visibly satisfied with his creation (and he is as well), but their satisfaction will probably be their downfall.

But Dany's dragons are not ancient skulls, and can move rather quickly — and breathe fire. Unfortunately for Dany's dragon children, this reveal pretty much confirms that at least one of her dragons is going to die


Sam goes behind the Archmaester's back to save his former Lord Commander's son.

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Samwell Tarly admired Lord Commander Mormont. Upon finding out Ser Jorah is his son, Sam tries to find anything he and the Archmaester can do to cure his greyscale. But the Archmaester gives up, and decides to send him away to die. But Sam won't give up on Commander Mormont's son, and sneaks his way into Jorah's chamber in the middle of the night to try something he found in a book that could stop the greyscale.

It would be sad to see Jorah go so soon, and this alliance could lead both of them to Daenerys in Dragonstone, so we're hoping that Sam's first attempt at major surgery actually works.


Arya suddenly changes her destination. Also HOT PIE! And Not Nymeria.

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Without the convenience of cell phones, the internet, and email, news travels slowly in Westeros. Which means that until this episode, Arya had no idea that Jon and Sansa had retaken Winterfell from the Boltons.

Thanks to her old friend Hot Pie, Arya finds out that the Battle of the Bastards was a thing that happened, and changes her plans. Instead of heading to King's Landing, which is only 200 miles away, she heads North to be reunited with her family. Hopefully the attempt at a family reunion goes better this time than the last one, since she and the Hound arrived at the Twins right after the Red Wedding.

Later, in the woods, a wolfpack gathers around Arya. Nymeria, her direwolf, leads the pack. Arya asks Nymeria to come North with her, but she walks away. Like Arya, Nymeria has her own plans and doesn't follow what anyone wants her to do.


If Littlefinger touches Sansa, Jon Snow will kill him. And that's very likely.

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Jon has left Winterfell for Dragonstone to meet Daenerys. He's left Winterfell in Sansa's hands, but unfortunately that also means that he's left Sansa with Littlefinger.

In the crypts of Winterfell, Littlefinger tells Jon that he brought Ned's bones to Catelyn on the orders of Tyrion Lannister when he was Hand of the King. But he also asks Jon when he's going to thank him for saving him in the Battle of the Bastards. It is actually kind of rude that Jon never thanked him for that, but then Littlefinger goes on to say that he loves Sansa like he loved Catelyn. That is creepy, and did not sit well with Jon. Jon ended the conversation by choking Littlefinger, and saying "touch my sister and I'll kill you myself."


Theon jumps into the ocean after being reminded of his captivity under Ramsay.

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Yara and Theon are headed to Dorne with Ellaria Sand and the Sand Snakes. But suddenly, Euron and his fleet attack. Euron captures Yara and tries to convince Theon to save her himself. Triggered by the sight of men being tortured by Euron's men, Theon seems to transform back into Reek and jumps into the ocean.

No telling where he will swim from there, but there's always a chance that he'll run into Gendry, who is possibly still rowing out there somewhere. We also know that at least two of the Sand Snakes are dead, but unsure of the status of Ellaria Sand, the living Sand Snake, and Yara Greyjoy. Chances are Euron will bring them to Cersei next week. Which will definitely not be good for them at all.


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