There aren't many bad actors on GoT. Ed Sheeran has got to be up there with the worst
Some post finale thoughts and questions.
What was going through Tyrion's head as he stood outside Dany's cabin? Is it simply the sullen look of a man that has been definitively friendzoned, or something we don't know about, such as a deal with Cersei that no-one else knows about? If, for example, he's made a deal whereby her unborn kid ascends the Throne, any kids coming from Jon and Dany are going to put paid to that. Daenerys was told that she'd suffer three betrayals. She's two to the good right now. I'm wondering whether the conflicted Tyrion might be the last one to do so.
Where are Jaime and Cersei at right now? He's riding away from Kings Landing, but will he be able to take the Lannister army north? He's the commander in the field, so presumably any orders have to go through him. Can Cersei stop him regardless?
I did like the shots of snow falling in Kings Landing, not least because of what that implies. I do not know how good a military strategist the Night King is, but he could head down to Kings Landing with a dragon, kill the population, then raise them for an instant encircling position on the humans. The finale did drop that million figure a couple of times this episode. A million strong army of the dead pouring out from KL might be a way to pay it off.