In fact, there was surprisingly little chemistry between the two characters at all - but that was all part of the creators' plan. If Ellaria ever gets out of that dungeon you know that she's coming for Cersei's head first. In case you forgot, Olenna was the one who poisoned Jamie and Cersei's son, King Joffrey.
Cersei enacts another sweet revenge as Jaime passes poisoned wine to Olenna Tyrell, the last of Daenerys' ally from Westeros. "I will say that Diana Rigg's exit was attractive". The quietest Game of Thrones death spoke the loudest.
"He doesn't have much insight into what she's gone through", D.B. Weiss said in an "Inside the Episode" clip for GoT (available on HBO). "And you don't get an terrible a lot of always-brilliant writing on television, do you?" Cersei remembered the death of Oberyn Martell, raising Myrcella and how Ellaria murdered her.
As it always happens, nobody is going to miss this episode no matter how many spoilers one comes across.
About Rigg and her sassy contribution, the actor said, "It was truly an honor to be there because she's given so much to the show with the character, just fantastic". Plus, did Lady Olenna Tyrell just have the best death scene in Game of Thrones history?!
"No sooner as I die then it was on to the next scene".
According to Kit Harington, we shouldn't give up hope just yet: The actor pretty much confirmed that Jon Snow very much noticed Daenerys beauty and that he had the same reaction as any young man would. Well, now that winter has finally come, Cersei took it as an opportunity to bring back her family's creedo, all while attempting to enjoy a morning glass of what we must assume is the finest Dornish red. Finally, both see each other face to face. That helps with the surprise of it. "We will meet again", she told the young Stark, before taking Gendry and thereby securing a position on Arya's kill list.
The meeting of the two characters came to a close on Sunday with Daenerys allowing Snow to mine dragonglass, a rare element, from the island in order to use it as weapons against the impending threat of Whitewalkers.
"It was fun to play-she doesn't like him and she doesn't believe him", Emilia Clarke (Daenerys) added.