I was waiting for a final shot of Bran's vision depicting Drogon with baby dragons next to Dany's grave in the ruins of Valyria. Because Bran isn't 'useless' as some have claim, he can warg into animals and humans, see the past and sometimes the future; a very wise king who can't be fooled and plotted against or controlled by the lords of the land. I do wish his character had been written better the past two seasons--depicting him glaring at people and speaking in monotone was a poor choice when he has such amazing powers.
Otherwise…I guess Dany did break the wheel after all? If she hadn't come, who would have toppled Cersei? It's quite odd though seeing Kings Landing populated by Dothraki and the Unsullied, since she murdered all the common folk who used to live there, and had no subjects, no 'people of kings landing' to address, just her armies. And hey, no one offered Jon the goo-throne either, he was sent back beyond the wall, I guess the Lord of Light still has stuff for him to do, unlike Mel and Beric? It was sweet seeing him finally pet Ghost, and Sansa is queen of the north, but the family will never be together again.
It's too bad Dany or someone else didn't kill Bronn though, I can't stand him and the oversized role he was given on the show. He didn't deserve more lines then the shocking all grown up Robin of the Vale was given in this episode. I also would rather have some word that Edmure is happy with his wife and child, moreso then just him being used as comic relief. I wanted more Yara this season, seeing her mourning her brother and taking leadership of the Iron Islands would have been nice. I'd also like to have seen some shot of Meera Reed, hopefully finding happiness; I still mourn Jojen. And with all the shots of Sam, where was Gilly and their son? The book 'A Song Of Ice and Fire' showing up felt like a tired cliché, whereas it had more meaning in LOTR.
This was a terrible final season, but it's over.