(Some light spoilers for the August 20 episode of “Game of Thrones.”)It was an eventful week for Jon Snow, heading north of the wall with his elite squad to try to kidnap an undead wight.Well, not as elite a squad as it could have been, given that Jon’s direwolf Ghost was noticeably absent from this adventure. In fact, we haven’t seen him in season 7 at all! Ghost has seemingly gone AWOL.He’s always been something of a free spirit on “Game of Thrones.” When he went north of the Wall with the Night’s Watch, Ghost spent a lot of the time hanging around by himself, hunting and wandering the north before occasionally heading back to Jon.
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