The latest episode of Game of Thrones has gone down as one of the best of the whole show. If you've not already seen it, look away now, as SPOILERS lie ahead.
OK, now we've got that out of the way... obviously, the death count was always going to be something that people were keeping an eye on when it came to the Battle of Winterfell. One death in particular certainly sparked a reaction from the show's Sophie Turner - check it out here:
The battle shocked everyone with its conclusion. With the White Walkers descending upon Winterfell for an unbelievable showdown, it was revealed finally that none other than little Arya Stark was the saviour.
Viewers watched in shock as Arya, played by Maisie Williams, took down the sinister Night King, saving everyone from becoming soldiers in the army of the dead.
And as always, Sophie - who plays Arya's on-screen sister Sansa - was on hand to give us her opinion.
Taking to Instagram Stories, she posted a video of herself cheering on Arya, saying: "Arya really is that bitch. Yes. You. Are. Biiiiitch!"
She even added in finger snaps for extra sass.
It's not the first time she's taken to social media to give her reaction. Episode two made for uncomfortable viewing for some fans, as we saw Arya - who viewers have followed as she has grown from an eleven-year-old girl to 18 years of age - getting up to no good with Gendry.
Given the 'little sister' vibe everyone sort of felt towards Arya, it left some feeling a little awkward.
Obviously, our Sophie had to take to Insta to cheer on her little sis for her performance, saying: "In honour of Easter, I guess Game of Thrones wanted the storyline to have a little Easter bunny hop, hop, hoppin' into that pussaayyyyyy."
Arya's defeat of the Night King wasn't the only talking point of episode three though. Loads of viewers took to Twitter to discuss how dark the episode was - literally. People have been complaining that they could hardly see what was going on, thanks to the murky shots and darkness of the scene.
I mean - it is a battle to fight the Night King. At night. In winter. But either way, fans of the show have been @ing HBO to voice their concern.
We did a handy guide to help you out with how to actually see the rest of the episodes, if you've been having trouble.
It's a big portion of common sense, shutting the curtains, turning off background lights - that sort of thing.
If that doesn't help, adjust your brightness, and if that still doesn't help, Google the make and model of your TV, and 'recommended picture settings'. This should bring up forums filled with clever people who have worked out which settings are best to use.
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