'Game of Thrones': 5 burning questions from last night's thrilling episode

Last night's episode was crazy!

— -- Last night's "Game of Thrones" was one for the books. It should go without saying: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD.

If you watched Sunday's show, you finally saw a dragon in all its glory against the Lannisters' impressive forces, got more of a tease of what's possibly to come between Jon and Daenerys and much more.

But with only three episodes left in season 7 (and then with just a six-episode season 8 before the series ends), expect a lot of big moments in the coming weeks. Last night's pyrotechnics raised even more questions among fans about the show's main characters and their futures.

Here are the top five burning questions.

1. Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen – will they or won't they?

No one can deny the tension we saw last night between Jon and Dany as they had a nice chat about White Walkers inside a cave. Jon guided her, even holding Dany's arm in that scene — the most contact we've seen yet between two of the show's biggest fan favorites.

Many fan theories have the two getting married and ruling together, but that would be at some time in the future if it does happen. Jon's adviser, Davos Seaworth, asks him what he thinks of Daenerys, to which Jon responds that she has a “good heart.” When Davos implies that perhaps Jon is interested in more than just her good heart, the king in the North replies that there’s “no time” for romance.

2. Have Cersei and her army figured out how to kill the dragons?

Though Dany and Drogon laid waste to much of the Lannister army at the end of last night's episode, we saw Bronn fire a shot into the dragon's shoulder, wounding the creature with the weapon Qyburn developed for that purpose.

To defeat Dany and her dragons, Cersei is going to have to rebuild the weapon, which Drogon incinerated, and perhaps build more. The question is, will Jaime be able to tell his sister-lover that the weapon works? Which leads to our next question.

3. Will the khaleesi and her Dothraki army capture Jaime?

As Jaime charged on horseback toward Daenerys with a spear and was about to be roasted by dragon fire, someone — Bronn, we assume — shoved him out of the way, and they both sank into the Blackwater Rush.

Will the pair get away, or will the khaleesi and her Dothraki army take Jaime hostage in hopes of exchanging him for an ally? Yara Greyjoy and Ellaria Sand of Dorne are being held captive by Cersei in King's Landing. Will the queen of the seven kingdoms trade one or both of them for her brother-lover?

4. How will the Lannister dynamics shift?

If Cersei chooses to sacrifice Jaime, perhaps Tyrion can persuade the mother of dragons to spare his brother's life, even if the king Jaime slayed to earn his nickname was Dany's father.

Jaime has been warned that Cersei, the mother of his now dead children, will be his downfall. Is he questioning his love for her now, especially after she told Euron Greyjoy that she will marry him in exchange for his help taking down Daenerys and her allies?

A reunion of sorts for Tyrion and his beloved brother could mean trouble for Cersei.

5. What's next for Arya Stark?

Arya impressed fans last night, showing off her fighting skills against the imposing Brienne of Tarth. Arya has only a few names left on her kill list, but what about Petyr Baelish, who has his sights set on her sister, Sansa?

If Arya learns of his many machinations, that could mean the end of Littlefinger.