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PREVIEW: The Final ‘Game Of Thrones’ Episode Airs Sunday Night On HBO

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

The final “Game of Thrones” episode airs Sunday night on HBO.

Ladies and gentlemen, the end of the journey is here, and we will soak up all the greatness that is “GoT” one last time tonight.

I can only hope you’ve all enjoyed this as much as I have. Tonight is the night we enter into the great darkness to find out how one of the greatest stories ever told ends. (RELATED: These Are The Sexiest Photos Of ‘Game Of Thrones‘ Star Emilia Clarke On The Internet)

Daenerys has fully transformed into a mad queen after torching King’s Landing to the ground, Jon Snow is almost certainly against her now, Tyrion betrayed her by letting Jaime go, Dany looks prepared to murder Sansa and Arya is lurking in the shadows.

If there was ever a time to expect the unexpected, it’d be right now. There’s no telling what could happen. Will Jon kill Dany? Will Arya kill Dany? Will anybody slay the mad queen? Is Jaime still alive?

Just remember, this all could have been avoided if Jon just had sex with the hottest woman on the show. What an all-time selfish move. (RELATED: Daenerys Turns Into The Mad Queen In ‘Game Of Thrones‘ Episode ‘The Bells’)

Tonight has been years in the making, and I’m almost at a loss for words. It feels like leaving for college. After tonight, one of the greatest stories ever told will officially be over. We’ll be left with nonstop debates forever, but the content will end.

I could be totally wrong here, but I think there’s a high chance Jaime is alive, Arya takes out Daenerys after she tries to kill Sansa and Jon refuses the throne.

Jon ending up on the throne is way too simple, and there’s no way the “Game of Thrones” writers are going to give us that kind of happy end. It’s just not going to happen.

 

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Expect carnage, expect chaos and expect to be blown away. I hope you’ve all enjoyed this as much as I have over these past several years.

I’ll see you all on the other side.

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