The battle outside is heating up (literally) as Viserion comes out of nowhere and chases Dany during one of the most aesthetically amazing scenes as the dragons "dance" above the clouds.
It's followed by the quietest scene ever as Arya is trying to creep by the wights and escape, and we've never held our breath longer as waited for something to pop out at any moment.
Beric convinces the Hound to go help her (with his response to the Hound saying death would win, "Tell HER that!"), and they do end up saving the pint-size assassin in the knick of time, but not before Beric gives his life to save hers. Melisandre tries to make it better by saying that was his purpose...and just us, or is Arya all pissed off at her because she's still jealous the red woman made Gendry get naked?
Melisandre confirms the prophecy she made about Arya (that she'd "shut many eyes forever") and makes another quick prophecy about the Night King by predicting that Arya would shut "brown, green and blue eyes, too." Foreshadowing!
Back in the crypts, soldiers are trying to get in...except the hills are alive with the sound of wights! The crypts have been reanimated, and the living dead have started attacking the women and children. This really feels like the end is here.
Outside, Jon and Rhaegal take on the Night King and Viserion, but both are bucked off. Daenerys swoops in to save the day and burn the Night King...but that seemed way too easy right? Right! He's unharmed by the flames, and actually flashes a smile (the Night King SMILED, you guys!) before seeing Jon running toward him with Longclaw.
And then smiley Night King does what makes him the happiest: He raises up all of the dead (including little Lyanna Mormont and Night's Watch commander Edd) at the worst possible moment, doubling the Army's forces and making it pretty impossible for the living to have any chance in hell of winning this war.
At this point, Bran's still in Warg mode, which feels weird considering the ravens he warged into are the least helpful and worst choice of animal in order to fight or do anything useful in battle. Like, why couldn't he warg into a dragon and save everyone?
The wights have now full-on descended into the Godswood, and Theon proves his master archer skills once again as he continues protecting the Three-Eyed Raven.
Outside, Drogon is getting attacked by wights (why he couldn't take off and fly away sooner to avoid that is beyond us...), but he finally launches from the ground leaving Dany to fend for herself. Her knight in shining armor Jorah saves the day, though (for, like, the millionth time) and protects the love of his life. He takes a few fatal blows however, and we hate to say it, but we sorta knew it would come to this. R.I.P. Jorah. You served your Dragon Queen faithfully 'til the very end.