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 Home
No. 602. Title: Home. Directed by Jeremy Podeswa. Written by Dave Hill. Original air date: May 1, 2016. Sinopse: Walda gives birth to a baby boy, prompting Ramsay to murder Roose, Walda, and his new half-brother. Brienne reveals to Sansa that Arya is still alive. Theon requests to return to the Iron Islands, where his uncle Euron Greyjoy returns and murders King Balon Greyjoy. In Braavos, Arya is attacked by the Waif before Jaqen H’ghar appears and orders her to follow him. Tyrion learns that Astapor and Yunkai have reverted to slavery, and releases Rhaegal and Viserion from their chains. Bran visits Winterfell in a vision, and sees Ned, Benjen, and Lyanna Stark, as well as a young Hodor. Jaime confronts the High Sparrow, while Tommen asks Cersei to teach him to be strong. Edd arrives with Tormund and the Wildlings and imprisons Thorne and the other mutineers. Davos persuades Melisandre to attempt to resurrect Jon Snow; though apparently unsuccessful, after the loyalists leave the room, Jon suddenly awakens.
At the Wall
Ser Davos pleads with Melisandre to attempt to resurrect Jon Snow, reminding her of her previous miracles, swallowing poison and birthing a demon. Though Melisandre’s faith has been shattered by Stannis Baratheon’s fall, she is reminded of her encounter with Thoros of Myr and attempts a ritual, cleansing the dead body and burning locks of hair in the fire while whispering an incantation, but seemingly to no avail. Defeated, Melisandre, Davos, Edd and Tormund leave the room. Within moments, as his dire wolf Ghost comes to attention, Jon suddenly awakens on the table.
SER DAVOS: I assume you know why I’m here.
MELISANDRE: I will after you tell me.
SER DAVOS: It’s about the Lord Commander.
MELISANDRE: The former Lord Commander.
SER DAVOS: Does he have to be?
MELISANDRE: What are you asking?
SER DAVOS: Do you know of any magic… that could help him? Bring him back?
MELISANDRE: If you want to help him, leave him be.
SER DAVOS: Can it be done?
MELISANDRE: There are some with this power.
SER DAVOS: How?
MELISANDRE: I don’t know.
SER DAVOS: Have you seen it done?
MELISANDRE: I met a man who came back from the dead, but the priest who did it– it shouldn’t have been possible.
SER DAVOS: But it was. It could be now.
MELISANDRE: Not for me.
SER DAVOS: Not for you? I saw you drink poison that should have killed you. I saw you give birth to a demon made of shadows.
MELISANDRE: Everything I believed, the great victory I saw in the flames, all of it was a lie. You were right all along. The Lord never spoke to me.
SER DAVOS: Fuck him, then. Fuck all of them. I’m not a devout man, obviously. Seven gods, drowned gods, tree gods, it’s all the same. I’m not asking the Lord of Light for help. I’m asking the woman who showed me that miracles exist.
MELISANDRE: I never had this gift.
SER DAVOS: Have you ever tried?
Source text: Wikipedia.