She even likes to hang out with Peter Dinklage's body double too. Brienne is relentlessly loyal, first to King Renly I Baratheon, then Catelyn Stark once Renly dies. The one we were all waiting for. Or maybe she'll leave Euron in the dust.
But the hunky actor has a doppelganger in the form of Ignacio Jimenez Blanco who helped out with some of his scenes. Jaime then followed Brienne to her quarters, and their slightly uncomfortable banter in front of the fire soon gave way to a rather intimate scene. We can already picture Ms. Jaime follows her, icing out her other suitor, Tormund, in the process.
Remember how excited young Sansa Stark was back in season 1 to go to King's Landing and see the grand opulence of all the lords, ladies, and knights at court? Plus growing up, he developed an unhealthy relationship with his twin sister that has twisted his decision-making abilities. As Jaime pushes Brienne into coming to him so she may kneel to be knighted, Podrick gives her a quiet nod. When Jaime saved Brienne from getting raped, he lost his sword hand for it. The path to find and protect Sansa and Arya takes Brienne and her trusty buddy, Podrick all over the Seven Kingdoms before she finally sees them both home.
They were both captured and formed a close bond during that time. She pleads with him to stay, telling him that he's a good man. She now has her own fan club. Their consummation in warmly lit Winterfell chamber was all but a formality. But Christie said that, although Brienne seemed heartbroken at the end of Episode 4, she'll move on from this just fine.
Game of Thrones Season Eight Episode Four Spoilers Ahead Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth have had tons chemistry since they were first paired together way back in Game of Thrones Season Two, spawning a legion of shippers who just wanted to see the two fighters bone. In the beginning of Episode 4, Brienne and Jaime both got rather intoxicated during a post-Battle of Winterfell victory feast. Jaime could very well be going on a suicide mission to take out his sister. Brienne kept her dream of knighthood buried deep. Of course, since this is Game of Thrones, Brienne and Jaime were doomed to have an unhappy ending. He wanted her to know he acted for the good of humanity.
His romantic life has been entirely defined by his incestuous relationship with his sister Cersei. As you can guess…people had opinions. She wasn't scared of losing her maidenhead, she had seemed sure enough about that, but the fear of doing something wrong, of displeasing him in some way had paralysed her completely. She's hateful and so am I.
We even saw this one coming. Jaime decides to go back upon learning that Euron Greyjoy ambushed Danaerys, killing the second of her dragons. After everything he has done in his life, it would be hard to deny that he is very self-loathing. She goes back to work.
Trying to do the right thing did not serve him well. Naturally, twitter has some thoughts and feelings. And it's something that the show has just caught up to now. We're into the final two weeks of Game of Thrones, which means that long-running storylines and relationships are finally on the verge of being resolved. Tyrion Peter Dinklage even made some jokes about it! Will Jaime and Brienne be reunited? Martin's book series a lovely nod.
So how could this be a turning point for him to suddenly decide that he is who he is and he needs to go help his sister? Her impression of the world was similar to ours as children regarding fantasy universes, in which all the lords are wise and magnanimous and all the knights are brave and honorable. I would have murdered every man, woman, and child in Riverrun for Cersei. Despite being the absolute spitting image of an honorable knight, all blond-haired and beautiful, his first major act in the series is to throw Bran Stark out of a window. Podrick knows what this would mean to her, and how serious this moment is about to be. The vulnerability that they show runs very counter to who they are as people. In this world and I suspect in every world a knight is more likely to be a violent rapist like Ser Gregor Clegane rather than Sir Gallahad.