This article contains spoilers of Game Of Thrones. "My postman won't speak to me because I shot the dragon", he said.
Second, "The Spoils of War" may be the best episode ever when it comes to (spoiler alert) epic battle scenes.
Last week's episode "Spoils of War" saw Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) finally ride her dragon Drogon into battle against the Lannister forces that had raided the Tyrell's cache of gold, and it's fair to say that she and Drogon, along with the help of her Dothraki army absolutely decimated nearly everybody on the battlefield. However, there is at least one person who seemingly lost the love of most of his fanbase.
In an interview with Game of Thrones network HBO, Bronn actor Jerome Flynn has hinted that he and Tyrion's relationship may yet live on, despite the recent battle in which Flynn had a giant crossbow pointed towards Tyrion's Queen.
"I spent weeks on that sequence", Jerome Flynn, who plays Bronn, told HBO.
Talking a possible Tyrion and Bronn reunion, Jerome told HBO's Making Game of Thrones blog: 'If Bronn's got a fondness for anybody in the world, I'd say Tyrion is probably close up there. "But I was on the edge of my seat, the adrenaline was running - they really nailed it".
"Or people say "I love her" and I kind of worry more for them".
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When asked what it was like filming the scene with the massive weapon, Flynn responded: "Yes, I shot that thing, so it was real". "It was all part of the sequence and training".
He added that the Scorpion he fired was real - and super fun to play with.
Meanwhile, Irish actor Aidan Gillen has said he seeks out "warmer" roles in his other acting work in order to avoid being typecast as shifty and untrustworthy like his GoT character, Lord Petyr Baelish. According to Flynn, some fans have been peeved with him because Bronn managed to strike Drogon in the shoulder with the big scorpio.
The struggle of not wanting Jamie & Bronn to die and also not wanting Dany & dragon to die.
His mailman's reaction is totally understandable.
Do you think Bronn survived the battle? "If you're really angry he's been shooting at Drogon, then maybe not".
We'll let fans ponder on that one.