According to a new feature/interview in United Kingdom outlet TV & Satellite Week, the upcoming second-to-last episode of this season of Game of Thrones won't necessarily be the bottle episode we were assuming it to be, what with all of David Benioff and Dan Weiss' claims that this battle would be the biggest in the series' history thus far. The publication also pointed out that the fans may not see much about the brewing issues at the King's landing, Daenerys' return to Meeren or Bran Stark's problem with the Knight King in this week's episode. But trouble comes during the evening block of this blessed Father's Day: Game 7 of the NBA Finals, which tips off at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, conflicts with this week's episode of Game of Thrones, which airs at 9 p.m. EST.
"Battle of the Bastards" will also put the spotlight on two of Robert Baratheon's sons.
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As usual, supposed spoilers abound in all corners of the Internet, but no one really knows what will happen when Jon Snow attempts to take back Winterfell from the demented Ramsay Bolton. That's why fans of the show have high hopes for episode 9, "Battle of the Bastards".
[Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO]Since it's highly unlikely that Jon Snow will die in this Game of Thrones battle, we can probably expect to see Ramsay Bolton die at the hand of Snow. It's easy to imagine the two eventually having a sword fight, which we can only pray Jon wins. From the trailer it looks like Liam is talking right and this episode will become the most watched and talked episode of the Games of thrones. First it was taken by Theon Greyjoy and a band of Iron Islanders while Stark forces were fighting in the south. Then it was taken from them by Ramsay Snow, bastard son of Roose Bolton.
"Game of Thrones" Season 6 is preparing to go out with a bang. The Cavs have certainly needed it, because they faced elimination in both games 5 and 6. We recommend people to watch the Game of Thrones from official channel, or livestream on their website for free.
Wait! There's more Jon Snow vs. Ramsay Bolton: A Bastard Bowl Tale of the Tape! "They couldn't be any more different, yet more similar". Now they're each improbably leading an army on a collision course, with Ramsay's host totaling many more thousands than Snow's.