Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) permits Jon Snow (Kit Harington) to mine Dragonstone for its rare volcanic glass - a crucial weapon in the forthcoming war against the White Walkers.
“I will allow you to mine the dragonglass and forge weapons from it,” Daenerys tells Jon with many viewers believing David Benioff and D. Weiss will somehow bring Gendry back into the mix to assist Jon - perhaps in thanks to Ser Davos - in putting his blacksmith skills to good use.
It prevents us being either shocked or consumed by envy.
But, for the past year, there has been no excuse for innocence, not since Skins was broadcast - a series with the unique claim to authenticity of being written, and acted, by teenagers.
how she feels and what her tactics are", and campaigned to prevent any announcement of any counselling helplines during the episode's credits because they "didn't want a little preachy drama where everyone hugs at the end"; instead, the producers hoped that people would recognize their own faults in Cassie.
To the horror of parents and the delight of just about everyone else, the TV drama Skins blew the lid off what untamed teenagers get up to when let off the leash.
With the second series due, Cassandra Jardine went behind the scenes to meet the show's surprisingly sensible cast and its frighteningly young writers. Gulp, I thought, when he told me, looking at my daughter of that age.
Cassie is depicted as being eccentric and suffering from several mental disorders — most notably, anorexia nervosa — and multiple issues, including low self-esteem, suicidal ideation, and drug addiction.
..interesting because she has a lot of problems, and she's very troubled, and she's anorexic and completely lacking in self-esteem and self-belief, but along with that she's sort of quite smart.