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Cersei Lannister's good days have come to an end, as she became a prisoner of the faith on Sunday's episode of "Game of Thrones".

Cersei's bad luck is going to continue next week as fans who have read George RR Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" know that one of the important scenes for the Queen Mother, the Walk of Shame,  may be featured next time. The synopsis of the upcoming episode also suggests the scene could be featured in the next episode, titled "Hardhome".

The Walk of Shame or Walk of Atonement is a punishment in the Seven Kingdoms reserved to humiliate women publicly for adultery.

On Sunday's episode, Cersei was arrested after Lancel Lannister confessed having an affair with her to the High Sparrow, and the next episode could see her walk naked on the streets of King's Landing.

Actor Eugene Simon, who plays Faith Militant Lancel Lannister, hinted about this scene during an interview with E!Online, saying the final few episodes will be about justice, and that he has a huge part in it.

"I don't want to ruin the story but yes, there's a moment that I absolutely can't wait for fans to see," Simon said. "Let's put it this way: justice will be done. I'm excited to see justice be done. This really is the best season yet."

As for the other characters, Sansa is expected to have a confrontation with Theon, who in the last episode ratted out her plan to Ramsay. It remains to be seen if Sansa will convince her former childhood friend to help her escape Ramsay's tortures.

"Game of Thrones" airs Sundays on HBO. The official synopsis of the upcoming episode reads: "Arya makes progress in her training. Sansa confronts an old friend. Cersei struggles. Jon travels."

The preview video also shows Daenerys addressing Ser Jorah and Tyrion, Cersei struggling to adapt to her new situation, and Jon and Tormund find the Wildlings.