Game of Thrones season 5, episode 5 titled Kill the Boy airs this Sunday (10 May) and fans will get to see the aftermath of the tragic events from episode 4.
According to the new episode's official synopsis: "Daenerys [Emilia Clarke] makes a difficult decision in Meereen. Jon [Kit Harington] recruits the help of an unexpected ally. Brienne [Gwendoline Christie] searches for Sansa [Sophie Turner]. Theon [Alfie Allen] remains under Ramsay's [Iwan Rheon] control."
Meanwhile, two clips (below) from this season's episode 5 were leaked online and posted on Instagram. One clip has already been taken down, but plenty of spoilers have already been revealed. (via The Huffington Post)
A Game of Thrones-fan Instagram account posted the clips, which were apparently taken from OSN.com, a TV network in the Middle East and North Africa. One clip shows Sansa, Ramsay, Roose and Walda Frey at the dinner table as Ramsay asks Reek to give away Sansa at their upcoming wedding.
This clearly means that the wedding is indeed happening and Sansa has realised what's become of Theon by this point. Then Roose and Walda announce that they're going to have a baby, and Ramsay doesn't look happy. Book readers know that Ramsay will want to kill any of Roose's heirs.
The second clip, which has been removed, was a scene with Jon Snow talking to Maester Aemon. Aemon says, "You will have little joy of your command, I fear, but I think you have the strength in you to do the things that must be done. Kill the boy, Jon Snow. Kill the boy."
Another GoT season 5 leak took place recently where a redditor posted a link to the HBO coding page for episode 9, which along with the usual casting/credits information includes a title. (via Watchers on the Wall)
The Dance of Dragons will reportedly be the name of the penultimate episode and it will most likely feature a brutal appearance of Drogon the dragon at the Daznak fighting pits.
Game of Thrones season 5, Kill the Boy airs this Sunday, 10 May on HBO at 9pm.
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