[S7E1] Skin In The Game
Near the Wall, we see Bran Stark warg out as Meera Reed stands before the entrance to Wall. The Night's Watch led by Dolorous Edd Tollett investigates, asking them if they are Wildlings. Meera Reed reveals to Edd that they are in fact Northern nobility returning back to the Seven Kingdoms. Bran reveals to Edd that he has seen him at the Fist of the First Men and at Hardhome. The Night's Watch bring the two wandering lordlings back to the Seven Kingdoms after their quest.
[S7E1] Skin in the Game
Back at The Citadel, Sam, Gilly and Little Sam are in their chambers, as Sam looks at some of the stolen books. He finally finds a crucial bit of information about a mine of dragonglass beneath Dragonstone. He then sends a raven about the mine of dragonglass to Jon Snow. Later during his rounds as Novice, Samwell passes by a occupant of a cell who has greyscale. It turns out to be Ser Jorah Mormont asking for news about whether the dragon queen has arrived in Westeros.
On the shallows of the Narrow Sea, Daenerys Stormborn, her three flying children and her court (Tyrion Lannister, Varys, Grey Worm and Missandei) finally reach the shores of Dragonstone, the ancient seat of House Targaryen and the island on which she was born. Dany strides at the head of her party, briefly kneeling to touch the beach with her palm in reverence, anointing her homecoming. The exiles venture towards the abandoned castle, past the flanking dragon-head gate, up the great walkway, and into the halls; where Dany pulls down one of the last remaining banners of Stannis Baratheon, the previous occupant. Dany enters the throne room but is drawn away from the quartz chair to the Chamber of the Painted Table behind it. She trails her fingertips along the carved map of Westeros; her birthright, while Tyrion joins her. Let the final game begin.
Later, Brienne of Tarth and Podrick Payne spar with swords. Podrick is struggling and Tormund tells him that he has long to go. Petyr and Sansa are watching Brienne and Podrick sparring. Sansa dismisses Petyr's attempts to get under her skin by stating that she is safe at Winterfell and has Brienne as her sworn shield. She retorts that she only wants peace and quiet when he prods her that she looks unhappy. Brienne, having seen what is going on with Sansa and Petyr, moves over to intervene, and Baelish scurries off. When Brienne asks why Petyr is still at Winterfell, Sansa replies that the Knights of the Vale helped to turn the tide of the Battle of the Bastards. However, Sansa is confident that she knows what Petyr wants.
Harvey Specter is the best closer in New York City. He's at the top of his game closing mergers, acquisitions and even divorces; it's in his blood. As a result of his success, Harvey is offered a promotion to senior partner at his firm, Pearson Harden. With that promotion, however, Harvey will need a little help. His boss, Jessica Pearson, has enlisted him in a hunt for a new associate.Mike Ross isn't your average Harvard Law School student... he's not even enrolled there. But that doesn't stop him from taking the bar exam for Harvard graduates as a way to make money on the side. Mike is a prodigy; simply put, he's brilliant. He also has a photographic memory: if he reads something, he remembers it for life.But Mike's grandmother is sick, and in order to help her, he needs to raise a lot of money. That's where his pot-dealing best friend comes into play. In a botched drug deal, Mike must escape drug-buying thugs. He serendipitously flees the scene and falls into a round of Harvey Specter's associate interviews. While Mike's in hiding, it doesn't take long for him to impress Harvey. And with that, the finest law duo in the toughest law town is born.Mike gets situated at his new job at Pearson Harden, acquainting himself with those who will help him and those who will stand in his way. Harvey throws Mike his first case, a ''pro bono'' sexual harassment suit involving a CEO. But will Mike's need to raise twenty-five thousand dollars and his ''bad influence'' best friend get in his way? If Harvey is going to stay on top of his game, he'll have to keep Mike motivated and honest. (source: www.usanetwork.com)
The kids wake up on the ship, and meet Najix, an alien who looks like Stan's dad, and explains that he chose an appearance that would be most pleasing to them. They hate this as it is too reminiscent of the movie Contact, which they hated. He shows his true form, a grotesque, terrifying monster, with yellow and green skin, four legs, and sharp teeth, So the children have him go through a series of transformations, mostly of celebrities or famous television characters, until Cartman suggests "a taco that craps ice cream". Najix then explains he and the other aliens make a reality show called Earth, and all of Earth's species, such as Asians, bears, ducks, Jews, deer and Hispanics, are taken from their respective home planets for the purposes of the show, and everyone around the world is unknowingly being filmed and watched.
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The kids wake up on the ship, and meet Najix, an alien who looks like Randy Marsh, explaining to them that he chose an appearance that would be most pleasing to them. The disappointed children say it is like the movie Contact which "sucked." He shows his true form, a grotesque terrifying monster, with green and yellow skin, four legs, and sharp teeth, so the children have him go through a series of transformations, mostly of celebrities such as Frank Sinatra, George Burns, Jimmy Walker, Michael Jordan, Don King, Mr. Roake and Tattoo from Fantasy Island, and Missy Elliott, until Cartman suggests "a giant taco that craps ice cream". Najix then explains he and the other aliens make a reality show called Earth; all of Earth's species, such as Asians, bears, ducks, Jews, deer, and Hispanics, are taken from seventeen different planets for the purposes of the show, and everyone around the world is unknowingly being filmed and watched. The scientist discovers this at the same time on Earth by translating the binary code that resulted from reversing the polarity of the message (he realized it was binary through more Word Association stemming from "butt sex"); he proceeds to tell everyone, which leads the alien network heads to cancel the show and prepare to destroy the Earth. The scientist concludes that the show is canceled thanks to associating the term "chaos theory" up to "canceled", then uses his Word Association skills with the word "jackets" to come up with a plan to send the ship a computer virus to disable their computers. Chef responds, "That doesn't make any goddamned sense!"
Castiel is looking at himself in the mirror, examining his face when he starts hearing the voices again, telling him it's "too late" and to "let [them] out." He unbuttons his shirt and looks at his belly as something, looking like hands, strains against his skin, trying to break free while he winces in pain. However, he firmly says no.
He sharply orders Death to Just kill him now!" As Death raises his hand to touch Castiel, Castiel snaps his fingers and the binding spell is broken. Death half-heartedly thanks Castiel as he and Dean look at each other while Death moves to sit down on a chair, taking the fast food bag on the table. Castiel teleports away, and confronts a woman - Michelle Walker, a senator - as she is talking to a journalist about how she's "running again to save [her] constituents from the godless policies of her opponent." As she disappears into her office, Castiel teleports in near the door. He makes to go after her but his path is blocked by a young man, asking him on what grounds he was there. "Abuse of power [...] I am punishing a woman who causes poverty and despair in my name." He starts talking to all those around him how he is "a better God than [his] father." Just then the voice says "Cass..." and he starts laughing manically. 041b061a72