Did you have a lot to say about this week’s episode of Game Of Thrones (which I’m sure you didn’t watch last week, right)? Best episode ever, worst episode ever, I’m pretty sure we can at least agree that it was certainly An Episode. Here’s some of the best tweets about the bombshell that was Beyond The Wall.
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This week we open on some beautiful scenery north of the wall as the new Suicide Squad (but, you know, not shit) banter among each other. Well, mostly the Hound.
She put leeches on me! She wanted to kill me!!
— Annie (@Miss_Coraline) August 21, 2017
Back in Winterfell, we’re getting some poorly considered tension between Arya and Sansa.
This would have made much more sense.
Arya: What's this note
Sansa: That was years ago, I wrote that under duress
Arya: Ok that makes sense I figured it was something like that
— Jenny Nicholson (@JennyENicholson) August 21, 2017
North again, we’ve had the Hound and Gendry show, now here’s the Hound and Tormund show.
— Stephen Waldron (@_stephenwaldron) August 21, 2017
Seriously though can this be a whole show?
The crackship that is Brienne and Tormund is in full sail as the wildling tells the Hound about his lady love back in Winterfell.
We really want this to happen.
— Catherine Clark (@enidjcoleslaw) August 21, 2017
Down in Dragonstone, Dany DOES NOT HAVE ANGER ISSUES WHY WOULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST THAT??
Considering the circumstances, Tyrion’s logic is slightly flawed.
Luckily he’s redeeming himself by helping set her up with her future boyfriend.
Which Dany shuts down in the worst way possible, present company considered.
Don’t get too comfy with all this romance stuff, here’s a straight up undead polar bear.
But it’s okay, in the next scene an even worse villain shows his face…
The only thing more puzzling than why Littlefinger isn’t dead right now is trying to piece together whatever his convoluted plan is.
— Hannah Swearingen (@hrswearingen) August 21, 2017
North of the wall we’re dealing with some creepy-ass wights.
Even though we farewelled the Gendry Rowing Meme in the last episode, here comes the Gendry Running Meme to replace it. Rejoice!
Back to Winterfell, which has suddenly become the capital of Bad Decisions.
— Emily (@ejweeks) August 21, 2017
But there’s at least one reason we’re behind this idea.
Meanwhile, Gendry has run all the way back to the wall, a raven has flown to Dragonstone and Daenerys has gotten dressed in a fabulous winter coat all in time to fly to the rescue.
If only the Hound could restrain himself, Dany would have had a little bit longer to get there, right?
If Tormund dies I quit this show right now.
— New Life (@LordBalvin) August 21, 2017
Some people are noticing that Westeros seems particularly… athletic this episode.
— Zach Goins (@zach_goins) August 21, 2017
Wait, no, what are you doing? Put that spear down!
— GoT Things (@GoTthings_) August 21, 2017
We’re still not over this entire plot point.
You know, maybe if Jon hadn’t been an idiot, that dragon would still be alive. Unfortunately Viserion is not the only death Jon is causing tonight.
— Nia (@nia_sosa) August 21, 2017
RIP the only character in this show who was consistently useful.
— Lissete Lanuza Sáenz (@lizziethat) August 21, 2017
Meanwhile, Sansa is discovering Arya’s creepy stash of faces, which has to be the worst hidden secret ever.
There’s more fighting, blah blah blah. We didn’t wait years for a Stark reunion to turn out like this.
Also… where is Bran?
— c (@adamlxine) August 21, 2017
Dany and Jon are having an adorable moment but don’t forget for a second that this is still definitely incest.
Also don’t let Jon plan anything again… please?
Jon Snow plans a wedding:
jon: hm let's go with hydrangeas and sacrificing ourselves with no strategy whatsoever#GameOfThrones
— Eugene Lee Yang (@EugeneLeeYang) August 21, 2017
In case the ramifications of Jon’s bad decision-making was lost on you before this, here’s a summary:
— Kedakins (@KedaKins) August 21, 2017
Though we’re still wondering how that chain action originated.
Yup, the living people of Westeros are definitely screwed.
Look out for next week in terrible plans:
JON SNOW: So you see Cersei, wights exist, the army of the dead is real
CERSEI: Yeah no shit wight Mountain is my personal bodyguard
— Paul Tassi (@PaulTassi) August 21, 2017