Travis M. Andrews Pop culture reporter covering music, movies, TV, comedy and celebrity culture April 19 at 6:00 AM Because your thirst for \u201cGame of Thrones\u201d content is as unquenchable as the Night King\u2019s thirst for murdering all of humanity, here is a piece in which I break down the teaser trailer and make wild predictions for the next episode. As always, this post contains a multitude of spoilers. Otherwise, it would be very short. The Jaime in the room The first thing stressed in the teaser is how there\u2019s one reunion that might not be as joyful as the others stuffed into last week\u2019s rom-com-esque Season 8 premiere: That between Jaime Lannister and \u2026 like, everyone. Because you know the old saying: Secretly father several children with your twin sister, kill a whole bunch of people, betray some others, throw a child from a castle window, and karma just might come back to bite you! The teaser opens with a shot of Jaime standing in the middle of Winterfell\u2019s great hall, soundtracked by a voice-over from Daenerys Targaryen. [A short history of nearly everything that has happened on \u2018Game of Thrones\u2019 so far] \u201cWhen I was a child, my brother would tell me a bedtime story about the man who murdered our father. And all the things we would do to that man,\u201d the queen of dragons says, as the camera cuts to reveal that she\u2019s speaking directly to Jaime. Amid all this, Bran Stark\/the Three-Eyed Raven\/guy who probably wore a trench coat to high school in the summer, stares on impassively at Jaime. It might seem as though Bran doesn\u2019t really care about Jaime anymore, but he\u2019s not Bran anymore (as he told everyone who would listen last episode). Still, this is a pretty tense situation for Jaime. Remember, he\u2019s called the Kingslayer because he killed King Aerys II Targaryen a.k.a the Mad King. [The elaborately sneaky ways HBO keeps \u2018Game of Thrones\u2019 secrets secret] Jaime may have been right to slay the king, who had lost his mind. But it\u2019s tricky, because Jaime was a member of the Kingsguard, meaning he was sworn to protect the very king he ended up killing. Plus, when Robert Baratheon took the throne, Daenerys was exiled to the male-dominated Essos. And, yeah, she got some dragons and an army and some nice memories (looking at you, Daario) out of it, but as Liz Phair has taught us, exile in guyville really isn\u2019t that good of a time. Plus, there\u2019s the whole thing where Jaime paralyzed Bran simply for catching him, ah, carnally enjoying his twin sister and the mother of his (mostly dead) children. Needless to say, things are a little awkward. The Cersei in the room So, remember how Tyrion Lannister, once the \u201ccleverest man alive\u201d (at least in Sansa Stark\u2019s mind), now seems to just make a series of mind-numbingly bizarre missteps? The latest, as we know, is trusting Cersei\/current Queen of the Seven Kingdoms\/1988 Madonna. Tyrion just decided to look past all the times she tried to kill him (and pretty much everyone else who is not Jaime or her children). The teaser seems to address this by showing a frightened-looking Tyrion as Daenerys goes into no-nonsense mode and tells Sansa, \u201cHe never should have trusted Cersei.\u201d [Who is most likely to end up on the Iron Throne in \u2018Game of Thrones\u2019?] But Sansa spits back like a teenager, \u201cYou never should have either.\u201d It seems to be a reference to Daenerys\u2019s belief that Cersei would send her army to help out in the north, since she saw a wight. Sansa is 100 percent right here: It\u2019s beyond stupid for anyone to have trusted Cersei, much less two of the smartest people on the show. It\u2019s also possible Sansa is trying to help Tyrion here. Remember, the two were once engaged on Tywin Lannister\u2019s command, but Tyrion assured her that they wouldn\u2019t have to consummate the union. It\u2019s sad that passes for \u201ckind\u201d in this world, but it does \u2014 and Sansa might feel some gratitude toward him. The upcoming battle in the room The rest of the teaser centers on an upcoming battle. We already know that one episode (likely the third) will essentially be an enormous battle at Winterfell. Sunday\u2019s episode might be preparing for it. Hints include: Arya Stark\u2019s got a bow and arrow, and she\u2019s definitely not at sleep-away camp target practice. Lovebirds Grey Worm and Missandei, who don\u2019t really seem like the PDA types, kiss passionately as soldiers run around them. There\u2019s a lot of unfortunate facial expressions from Ser Jorah, Jon Snow and others. Plus, Tyrion is staring out between the castle\u2019s turrets with an even-more-consternated-than-normal look on his face. The beating drums also don\u2019t inspire confidence. Then the voice-over. \u201cHow long do we have?\u201d Snow asks Tormund, who responds, \u201cUntil the sun comes up tomorrow.\u201d That\u2019s pretty ominous, even making this song sound downright terrifying: Read more: \u2018Game of Thrones\u2019 recap: Season 8, Episode 1 Jon Snow learns the truth. Now he has some decisions to make. An illustrated guide to all 2,339 deaths in \u2018Game of Thrones\u2019 Was \u2018Game of Thrones\u2019 supposed to mean anything? Only if you wanted it to.