The sixth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones was ordered by HBO on April 8, 2014, together with the fifth season, and premiered on April 24, 2016. In contrast to the previous seasons, it largely consists of original content not found in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series.
Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode The Red Woman
No. 601. Title: The Red Woman. Directed by Jeremy Podeswa. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Original air date: April 24, 2016. Sinopse: Jon Snow’s corpse is found by Ser Davos, Edd and a few other loyalists; they take him inside and lock themselves behind a door with him. Later, Thorne assumes command of the Watch. At Winterfell, Ramsay mourns for Myranda, while Sansa and Theon attempt to escape through the woods. Ramsay’s men catch up with them, and are about to take them captive, when Brienne and Pod arrive at the scene, kill the men, and the former is accepted into Sansa’s service. In King’s Landing, Cersei receives Jaime, who arrives with Myrcella’s body. Jaime promises Cersei they will take their revenge. In Dorne, Areo Hotah, Doran and Trystane are betrayed and killed by Ellaria and the Sand Snakes after the former receives news of Myrcella’s death. In Meereen, Tyrion and Varys find all the ships burning in the harbor. Jorah and Daario continue to track Daenerys, who is taken by the Dothraki to Khal Moro, to whom she reveals her identity. In Braavos, Arya lives on the streets as a homeless, where she is beaten by the waif. In her chamber, Melisandre removes her bejeweled necklace as she reveals her true appearance as an old crone, having seemingly lost faith in her god.
At the Wall
Following the murder of Jon Snow, his dire-wolf Ghost begins to howl, attracting the attention of Davos, Edd, and a few other loyalists. They take Ghost and Jon’s body into a store-room, whereupon Melisandre briefly visits and is troubled, as she had experienced a vision in the flames where Jon was fighting at Winterfell. The loyalists are afraid of the mutineers and lock themselves in, with the exception of Edd, who leaves to get assistance from the Wildlings. The mutineers, led by Ser Alliser, surround the store-room and threaten to attack if they don’t open the door by nightfall.
EDD: Thorne did this.
SER DAVOS: How many of your brothers do you think you can trust?
EDD: Trust? The men in this room.
SER DAVOS: Does the wolf know you? We need all the help we can get.
SER ALLISER: You all know why you’re here. Jon Snow is dead.
MAN: Who killed him?
SER ALLISER: I did. And Bowen Marsh and Othell Yarwyck and the other officers in this castle.
SER ALLISER: You’re right! We’ve committed treason, all of us. Jon Snow was my Lord Commander. I had no love for him. That was no secret. But I never once disobeyed an order. Loyalty is the foundation on which the Night’s Watch is built. And the Watch means everything to me. I have given my life, we have all given our lives to the Night’s Watch. Jon Snow was going to destroy the Night’s Watch. He let the wildlings through our gates as no Lord Commander has ever done before. He gave them the very land on which they reaved and raped and murdered. Lord Commander Snow did what he thought was right, I’ve no doubt about that. And what he thought was right would have been the end of us. He thrust a terrible choice upon us. And we made it.
SER DAVOS: He’ll have seen we didn’t come. Thorne will have made it official by now. Castle Black is his.
EDD: I don’t care who’s sitting at the high table. Jon was my friend. And those fuckers butchered him. Now we return the favor.
SER DAVOS: We don’t have the numbers.
EDD: We have a direwolf.
SER DAVOS: It’s not enough. I didn’t know Lord Commander Snow for long, but I have to believe he wouldn’t have wanted his friends to die for nothing.
EDD: If you were planning to see tomorrow, you picked the wrong room. We all die today. I say we do our best to take Thorne with us when we go.
SER DAVOS: We need to fight, but we don’t need to die. Not if we have help.
EDD: Who is gonna help us?
SER DAVOS: You’re not the only ones who owe your lives to Jon Snow.
In the North
At Winterfell, Ramsay Bolton mourns the death of Myranda, but commands that her corpse be fed to the dogs rather than buried. Roose warns him that, despite their victory over Stannis Baratheon, they will be dealing with the Lannisters down the road, and as such, they must secure the loyalty of the North’s other nobles. Roose blames Ramsay for losing Sansa, who, as a child of Eddard Stark, could have been used as a figure-head for the North. As such, Roose threatens to disinherit Ramsay if he cannot retrieve her.
RAMSAY: She was 11 the first time I saw her. The kennelmaster’s daughter. She smelled of dog. I wasn’t much older, but everybody was already afraid of me. You certainly were. Myranda wasn’t, though. What could I do to her that those hounds couldn’t? She was fearless. There was nothing she wouldn’t do. Your pain will be paid for a thousand times over. I wish you could be here to watch.
MAN: Shall I have a grave dug for her, my lord? Or would you rather the men build a pyre?
RAMSAY: Buried, burned? This is good meat. Feed it to the hounds.
Source text: Wikipedia.