Synopsis: Episode 4 begins in mourning for those who lost their lives at the Battle of Winterfell, as the victors burn the bodies of the dead outside the castle walls. But grief eventually turns to joy as, later that evening, a feast is held to celebrate the defeat of the White Walkers. Daenerys appoints Gendry as Lord Baratheon of Storm’s End, Tormund tries and fails to woo “the big woman”, while Sansa and Sandor Clegane have a quiet heart to heart, looking back on how far they’ve both come since their King’s Landing days. Spurred on by his new status as a Lord, Gendry proposes to Arya, asking her to join him at Storm’s End, but she’s having none of it. Jon and Dany also have an uncomfortable conversation in private, in which the Dragon Mother begs the former to keep his real identity a secret so she can successfully maintain her claim to the throne. But Jon is just too good natured to make that kind of promise, and eventually spills the beans to Arya and Sansa. In better news, Jaime and Brienne finally… uh, make their bed together, and all hope of a Brienne-Tormund romance is lost for good.