Cersei has always been a complicated antagonist on Game of Thrones. Though we may understand and even sympathize with her motives, we still know her choices to be twisted and ultimately wrong. As the seasons progress we see her descend deeper into her own darkness until this past season when her own cruelty truly reached its apex. In the first season, with her long, golden locks and drapes rose gold gowns, she looks like a classic fairy tale queen. This past season with her shorn hair and gothic outfits her inner darkness is truly brought to the forefront and there is no doubt that her fate as a villain has been sealed.
Is that really Cersei Lannister kneeling before the High Sparrow? Does she regret the terrible things she's done, or is this all an act? Tune in to the season finale and find out how far Cersei will go to survive.
Tyrion: Let me give you some advice bastard. Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor, and it can never be used to hurt you. Jon: What the hell do you know about being a bastard? Tyrion: All dwarfs are bastards in their father's eyes.
Thoros: You still mad at us, boy? Gendry: You sold me to a witch. Thoros: A priestess. I'll admit, it is a subtle distinction. Beric: We're fighting a great war. Wars cost money. Gendry: I wanted to be one of you. I wanted to join the brotherhood, but you sold me off... like a slave. Do you know what she did to me? She strapped me down in the bed. She stripped me naked. The Hound: Sounds alright so far. Gendry: And put leeches on me. The Hound: Was she naked, too? Thoros: She needed your blood. Gendry: Yes, thank you. I know that. The Hound: Could have been worse. Gendry: She wanted to kill me. They would have killed me if it wasn't for Davos. The Hound: But they didn't, did they? So what are you whinging about? Gendry: I'm not whinging. The Hound: Your lips are moving and you're complaining about something. That's whinging. This one's been killed six times. You don't hear him whinging about it.