“My Postman Won’t Speak To Me Because I Shot the Dragon,” says Jerome Flynn (Bronn)

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Bronn is the one of most talked character after the latest Game of Thrones Episode “The Spoils of War.” In the last episode, he got behind Qyburn’s Scorpion and fired a shot into the side of Drogon. Because even if you still love him despite almost killing a dragon at least one person was not okay with it, actor Jerome Flynn‘s mailman.

Let’s see what he has to say about the latest episode.

HBO: What is Bronn and Jaime’s relationship at this point?

Jerome Flynn: There’s an element of frustration in terms of how he’s being used. Jaime is talking about Bronn as if he’s his right-hand man with this elevated status, but Bronn is still getting tasked with dirty work. Bronn even tells him to go back to King’s Landing, but he sticks around and then makes Bronn basically go on a death run; it pisses Bronn off. Nobody’s going to be happy to be told to ride through that battlefield with the dragon ahead.

HBO: What was it like finally seeing the sequence all put-together with the dragon?

Jerome Flynn: I was surprised when I was watching it. I spent weeks on that sequence, but I was on the edge of my seat, the adrenaline was running — they really nailed it. Although since the day the battle aired, I’ve been a little unpopular, I have to say. My postman won’t speak to me because I shot the dragon.

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HBO: What do you think of the fact that fans have been torn over which side to root for?

Jerome Flynn: How brilliant is that? And that’s Tyrion’s perspective, standing there. He’s got Daenerys when she gets shot down, and then his brother is who’s trying to kill her; Tyrion can’t win, really. But that’s part of the brilliance of where we’ve got to in the story after seven years of that character investment.

HBO: Bronn keeps insisting he’s just in it for the money. Does he have any personal stakes with the Lannisters?

Jerome Flynn: His personal stake is there, in that that’s where his debts lie his dream-future is in Jaime’s hands. And that’s what motivates him in the episode. The relationship he has is with Jaime, and he knows there’s enough loyalty there to be rewarded quite handsomely in gold. He’s looking out for himself.

HBO: Does Bronn still have more allegiance to Tyrion than Jaime in some way?

Jerome Flynn: It’s a different kettle of fish. He doesn’t have total disregard for Jaime, but he has a bond with Tyrion that’s hard for him to ignore. And the connection they’ve made with their sense of humor. If Bronn’s got a fondness for anybody in the world, I’d say Tyrion is probably close up there. He sees him as an underdog like himself.

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If we had a chance to speak with Flynn we’d tell him how impressed we were by his marksmanship with a weapon he clearly had very little time to train with, especially because Flynn really did fire it on set.

Nobody has successfully brought down a dragon in over 150 years. Who wouldn’t want to talk about that?

How did you feel about Bronn shooting Drogon? Let us know in the comments below if you are mad at him.

1 COMMENT

  1. Bronn is a sellsword. He’s loyal to the side that’s paying him. He may or may not have liked the idea of shooting down the dragon, but it was his job.

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