Why Internet Is Freaking Out Over Last Night’s 'Game Of Thrones'
It’s all happening!
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If you don’t like spoilers and didn’t see last night’s Game of Thrones, run for your life right now before you read another word.
Ok, now that that’s out of the way, let’s talk. For real, each and every one of us knew this was coming. And yet, what happened in the last seconds of last night’s Game of Thrones episode, “Home,” is a beautiful thing. That’s right, Jon Snow lives!
After a creepy/oddly sexy sponge bath, grooming session, and a few choice incantations from the Red Woman, Melisandre, Kit Harington’s clearly dead Jon Snow took a few moments and then burst to life. We don’t know his condition—he looks a little confused and still very blue—but the preview for the next episode (and some on-set pics) show him up and walking. Thus, months of denials by HBO and speculation by fans have come to an end. Heck, Harington even apologized for stringing us along so long.
Naturally, this being a big deal on cable’s biggest show, just about everyone with a wry voice and Game of Thrones expertise is weighing in via Twitter. Below are just a few of our favorites. Enjoy them and the fact that your favorite emo member of the Night’s Watch is back. Praise R’hllor.
Me: babe come over— Saeed Sadaka (@saedsdk) May 2, 2016
Jon: I can't I'm dead
Me: my parents aren't home
Jon: s6 ep2#GameofThrones
Davos hands Melisandre a One Direction poster with Zayn on it. "This too."— Richard Lawson (@rilaws) May 2, 2016
HIS HAIR IS MAGICAL— John Jannuzzi (@johnjannuzzi) May 2, 2016
Jon Snow is alive pic.twitter.com/92w19bR8Ek— Jaqen H'ghar (@caffreey) May 2, 2016
Jon Snow still looks better than all of us even when he's dead.— David Yi (@seoulcialite) May 2, 2016
Kit Harrington definitely made more pretending to be dead for a hour than I will this year. #GameofThrones— Kevin P. Sullivan (@KPSull) May 2, 2016
Jesus had 12 followers. Jon Snow was recently Lord Commander and is most likely getting an army soon— Alex Ore (@DollarMenuAlex) May 2, 2016
Jon Snow > Jesus Christ
Journalism largely consists of saying 'Jon Snow is Alive' to people who never knew that Jon Snow was dead.— Ross Douthat (@DouthatNYT) May 2, 2016
Jon Snow: *Changes Facebook status from "Dead" to "Hold On"*— Jay Gray (@jaygray2) May 2, 2016
Jon Snow really knows nothing, not even how to die!— Elcid Dalangin (@cdthkd) May 2, 2016