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QUIZ: Could You Outsmart Littlefinger from 'Game of Thrones?'

12 August 2017

Is there something more to this theory or is it just a theory? Instead, it's nearly certainly just a tip of the hat to the character, as the individual in the background undoubtedly looks like her. "He acts utterly differently, and really any semblance of personality he used to have has gone".

Most of the events that fans have been waiting for, like Jon Snow meeting Daenerys Targaryen, have happened in the first half of Season 7.

While we will have to wait and see what the future holds for RoboBran (he undoubtedly already knows), his role as the Three-Eyed Raven clearly means big business for the end of the show and #GeorgeRRMartin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels. He had only done a one-day TV commercial shoot before "GoT". But Wright saw it as more a matter of fact than a warning shot from his character. He's now an incredibly powerful character now; having all the knowledge in the world puts you in a seriously advantageous position.

Will the old Bran ever return?

. The boy who was stating to fall for Meera? "Can you imagine putting the entire history of the universe, every single moment, every single second that ever existed in one person's brain?" he said. You'd think it would just short circuit.

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When a question was asked about Hodor, the late, beloved giant character who schlepped the paralyzed Bran around on his back for several seasons, a sort of sigh erupted from the crowd.

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While Arya and Brienne sparred - as Sansa watched from above - in Sunday's episode, one observant viewer thought they may have spotted Mama Stark returning to check up on her two daughters.

Folks, hate to break it to you, but Catelyn Stark's zombie, a.k.a Lady Stoneheart, was not lurking in the background of a scene at Winterfell in the last episode of Game of Thrones, as a new, truly reaching fan theory suggests. "But Bran has definitely become somebody they wouldn't recognize otherwise".

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It is at ~exactly~ that moment where Arya brings up her mother that Reddit user GrennsGal pointed out that a ghostly figure strolls casually in the background.

Now that Bran has been reunited with Sansa and Arya, it will be interesting to see how their dynamic changes. "That was my favorite scene to film this season".

Isn't that, then, also frightening for Bran, that Littlefinger may now see him as a threat? But now, some fans are claiming that there was an even grander, more thrilling element in the episode that we were all oblivious to: the appearance of Lady Stoneheart. He can't use the dagger, so "what better character to wield this fantastic weapon than the master swordswoman Arya?". "It was definitely hard to get it right", he said. They've each been through a lot in their time apart.

There had to be a sense of mystery and wisdom to him. Bran just becomes this calm, zen character. At the same time, still have that slight spark somewhere in there where you know this is Bran Stark.

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Bran will never walk again.

QUIZ: Could You Outsmart Littlefinger from 'Game of Thrones?'