People have had "great sadness" during the eighth season of Game of Thrones.
There is even a petition to rewrite the whole season.
I'm sure it's started by the 500 idiots who named their child "Khaleesi" last year.
Anyway, this "big sad", coupled with the fact that this is the last episode to be broadcast this Sunday in the United States, means that the news for the show is everywhere.
If you have not looked from the beginning, it's almost impossible to find out what's going on, leaving you with two options.
1: Encourage your entire weekend of spending seasons from one to eight Showmax.
2: Keep reading about the absolute minimum you need to know to attend to your friend Game of Thrones a final party, or occasionally ringing in business talks.
Here is VICE:
Do not worry, Playing the thrones that is not in touch! There is still a way to feel switched on when Sunday night rolls. First, do not even try to browse the Wiki of Game of Thrones – it will simply overwhelm you and fill you with horror. Seriously, no.
Instead, it's a bullet summary:
- Westeros is the place where everyone lives. There are other places, but everyone who has a meaning / survival in the past few episodes is at Kings Landing in Westeros, so that's all you need to know about geography.
- The Iron Throne is something everyone's struggling with. It is both a literal and a figurative throne. If you sit in it, you rule the seven kingdoms. Many people have died trying to sit in it.
- Daenerys started out as a "circuit breaker" (she will mention this at least once in the last episode), releasing slaves. Now she is mad and angry and kills entire cities of people. Everyone is very upset.
- John Snow does not know anything. He's also not a bastard, but Dannery's nephew, so he's becoming strange every time he tries to sleep with him. She is upset because she is deboned before she realizes she's connected and she's alright.
- Tyrion Lannister will probably die. He has been too angry with Dannery, so do not get stuck.
- Sansa and Arya Stark are the only smart heroes left behind. Arya is a killer who can carry other people's faces, and Sansa is now her sister and ruler to the north.
If all this is too confusing, you can have fun by looking for camels and manufacturing mistakes. A week ago there was a cup of coffee in one of the frames, and Ed Sheeran appeared in the past.
And if everything else fails, take comfort in the fact that everything will end next week.[source:vice]