Published: Tue, August 29, 2017
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Tyrion Might Be Hiding a *Huge* Secret on 'Game of Thrones'

Tyrion Might Be Hiding a *Huge* Secret on 'Game of Thrones'

First off, this article contains major SPOILERS for the season 7 finale of Game of Thrones, so read at your own risk. Thankfully, I had no reason to worry. They have a meet up at the dragon pit with Cersei, Jaime, Bronn and Euron. Courtesy them, we witness the fall of Littlefinger, as Arya slits his throat ticking another name from her list. If this happens, there is a rightful successor after her, and the whole plan about taking in Cersei's child would backfire. Although, she might possibly understand. Despite everything this series has suggested with the weirdness of the Addams Family Stark, ninja Arya did not get stab-happy with sister Sansa's face while emo Bran watches on uncaring. Elsewhere, in Winterfell, the unusual triangle between Sansa, Arya, and Littlefinger reached fever pitch.

Whatever the case, Littlefinger himself had a good idea his demise was coming - but enjoyed the danger, according to Aidan Gillen, the actor who portrays him.

Now, the larger question to wonder is when Jon returns, what will come of Winterfell then?

"His name is Aegon Targaryen", Lyanna told her brother Ned during a continuation of the flashback sequence in which Bran witnessed Jon's birth at the Tower of Joy.

Well, he married Lyanna Stark over there and Sam made a decision to travel to Winterfell and let everyone know. Ned Stark took in Aegon and named him Jon Snow as a way of protecting him after Lyanna's death, since Robert Baratheon was trying to kill any remaining Targaryens as a way to lock up his claim to the Iron Throne.

At the end of the episode, the Night King and his undead army finally make it to the Wall.

She is focused on revenge on the Night King for killing her dragon. "I will never forget them".

Thankfully, that was all a ruse after all. However, the two were actually in love and had run off to be together. With the help of Bran, the sisters reveal that they know about Littlefinger's involvement in every awful aspects of their lives. Arya and Sansa turn on the scheming adviser Littlefinger. Not an image I would want to be in Sansa's mind. I was so happy to see that this was not just a case of bad writing, but a trap for the always conniving Littlefinger. Will that storyline carry over to Jon in the show?

"Game of Thrones" season 8 will consist of six episodes only, compared to the average 10 episodes per season. Now that it's over, there's plenty to think and talk about until season eight arrives, but there's one scene in particular that has everyone buzzing. I had already let them know I wanted it, and I cleverly worked it so I got two.

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