In Game of Thrones S08E04 (The Last of the Starks) when Tyrion and Jaime are confronted by Bronn, Tyrion attempts to evade poetic justice by offering Bronn Highgarden. Was it even within Tyrion's power to give away Highgarden?
Follow up question: Why would Bronn even risk waiting around to see how things play out? Based on his demeanor during that conversation, he seemed pretty pissed that all he has to show for serving the Lannisters is a lousy title. So, why wouldn't he just take bird in hand and collect the reward from Cersei instead of risking Tyrion dying before all of this is over? I mean, Tyrion even mentioned to him that all of this means nothing until they [the North] take over King's Landing, but it didn't really seem to faze Bronn.