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After 5 episodes of the final season of Game of Thrones we've seen a lot of talking. Our heroes experienced reunions, first meetings and revelations aplenty in the first episode, titled Winterfell. And in the second, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, there were more reunions... and revelations, plus plenty of drinking, singing and hanky-panky.
Episode 5 looks like less talk, more fight. The living are finally all assembled for the coming fight against the dead. And if this is indeed the Battle for Winterfell, it's rumored to be incredibly bloody and could end with some of those living, well, not so alive. Here's the episode 5 trailer.
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On Sunday morning, clips from the 1-hour, 18-minute-long Episode 805 — which airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET on HBO — were posted to Reddit by a user who wrote “some Thai Facebook groups claim to have the episode and are asking for money.” The videos soon made their way over to Twitter.
While TheWrap won’t link to those clips or mention plot details from them here, we can say that some fans who have stumbled upon the leaks aren’t at all happy to be spoiled.
“I could Dracarys someone like RIGHT NOW. What the f–k is wrong with people posting leaks of #GameOfThrones episode 5 on instagram & twitter even before the episode aired. And when i say leaks i mean actual scenes from the episode. In video,” one user tweeted.