Warning: Contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 5.
LONDON Damn it, Bran.
First we have we had to endure hour after boring hour of your (very) slow progress across the North, and now this.
We’re not going to go over the details of last night’s final scene (those memories are still too painful, and anyway you can read about them all here), but it is worth talking about the build-up.
Because, really, there’s only one person to blame for what happened, isn’t there?
Everything that took place with Hodor in Episode 5 (and obviously Summer, the Three Eyed Raven and Leaf let’s not forget them) was triggered by Bran.
Yep, there it is. Bran let his curiosity get the better of him, which led to the Night’s King grabbing his arm during a vision, which in turn granted the creepy blue-eyed dude access to their hideout beneath the heart tree.
We all know what happened next.
Still, at least Bran’s willing to admit when he’s in the wrong. On Monday morning, Isaac Hempstead Wright (who plays him in the show) sent out the following tweet.
Nice one, Bran.
Isaac.H.Wright (@Isaac_H_Wright) May 23, 2016
It’s good that he’s showing remorse, but the truth is all the sad emoji in the world won’t bring Hodor back.
Let’s just hope Bran learns his lesson before he goes and triggers something even worse.
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