Game of Thrones continued over the weekend and saw Daenerys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) worry about her future on the Iron Throne.
The Mother of Dragons discovered pretty much everyone is Team Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and without her number one fan, Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) around to protect her, it seems the born leader is in trouble.
What’s more, with Varys (Conleth Hill) and Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) threatening to put their support somewhere else, it seems there’s a coup on the horizon.
According to one of Game of Thrones’ directors, Daenerys is going to be pretty terrifying in the future.
Speaking to The New York Times, David Nutter, who directed episode four, has suggested Daenerys’ “Mad Queen” fate could come true.
He said: “There’s really the sense that her character is getting a sense of isolation.
“Realising that Jorah Mormont is no longer there,” David teased.
The director continued: “That moment of overhearing Tormund talking about how Jon is a king because he jumped on a dragon and fought with a dragon, when he’s done that multiple times and she’s not being recognised for it.
“I think that’s an interesting reference point for her character to deal with.”
David went on to discuss how she will feel by episode five, and although angry, has an eerie “calm,