In "The Queen's Justice" she added Queen of Badass Self-Esteem to the list.
We didn't actually see the moment Olenna die, thankfully, because that would be just too much for us to handle.
For those who have not seen episode 3 yet, a lot of drama happened.
There's still a chance things could go bad for this rocky alliance though, and the theory about Jon Snow getting burned by Daenerys can still come true.
Daenerys expected Jon to bend the knee.
But that moment, in which the ruthless Euron gets to show his darkly comic side, almost didn't happen. The two seem to share some more scenes in Dragonstone in next week's episode, according to the hints in the trailer. There were disagreements about the greater imminent threat being Cersei or the White Walkers. In return for this offering, Cersei promised him a marriage if they won the war and appointed him at the head of the ships of the Kingdom. After all, both Yara Greyjoy and Ellaria Sand were taken prisoner by Euron in "Stormborn". As to her beauty, we don't see any appreciation.
Avenging her daughter's death.
Before that, however, we see Theon get rescued by Greyjoys. He's got the title but hasn't had thousands of years of sitting in a cave looking through time.
Another Stark child returned to Winterfell! This was really creepy, and makes Sansa run away from him.
What are you doing Bran? Explaining the Three-Eyed Raven doesn't have to be this hard.
Bran and Meera greeted Sansa at the gate and we honestly couldn't handle it! And Littlefinger, as always, lets her know this, while reminding her that she needs to look out for all her enemies.
While the Unsullied were able to take Casterly Rock with much ease thanks to Tyrion's guidance and the absence of the full force of the Lannister army, it's not quite a victory. When Tycho Nestoris of the Iron Bank of Braavos arrived at King's Landing to inquire about the Lannister's mounting debts, Cersei offered him a glass of wine, only to be turned down.
Riggs' performance has delighted us all, and on a series featuring countless acts of malice and misery, Olenna's clever dialogue and piercing words of wisdom gave us some of the show's most memorable encounters.
"Tell Cersei. I want her to know it was me", she says, before Jamie leaves. But Queen Cersei didn't think so.