Game Of Thrones Viewers Spotted Another Blunder In The Latest Episode

***WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR EPISODE FIVE OF GAME OF THRONES, AS WELL AS AT LEAST ONE MEDICAL IMPOSSIBILITY***

How are we all feeling after that, then?

Sure, Game of Thrones has a tendency to be pretty brutal and ruthless, but 'The Bells' definitely takes the cake.

Daenerys Targaryen finally unleashed the dragon (both literally and figuratively) and rained hellfire down upon every poor bugger in King's Landing.

The Mad Queen just earned her name, for sure.

Damn it, Dany. Credit: HBO
Damn it, Dany. Credit: HBO

However, in the midst of all the impressive chaos, and among tonnes of major character deaths, fans have spotted yet another huge blunder.

In the crypts at the bottom of the Red Keep, Jaime and Cersei Lannister finally met their end.

Collapsing building tend to have that effect on people, don't they?

However, eagle-eyed viewers spotted that as they embraced for one last time before death, a minor medical miracle took place.

Jaime grew his right hand back.

Even in a world of wildfire, dragons, and mad monarchs, that seems improbable.

First the takeaway coffee cup last week, and now this?

Well, it's not like it mattered in the end, anyway. They got crushed to death underneath the weight of a tomb, meaning that the 'War of the Queens' is over.

However, has Dany now become worse than Cersei ever was? Say what you like about Queen Cersei, she only blew up the people that she absolutely had to.

Dany could easily have won that battle without torching every motherfucker in King's Landing. Where's the fun in that, though?

That moves us ever closer to an ending and - with one episode left to go - it looks as if Dany is going to end up on a collision course with her nephew/lover/who-even-knows-anymore Jon Snow.

Is he going to have to kill her to restore order in the Seven Kingdoms? Does he even want to? Bloody hell, it's going to get tense.

It's been pretty well documented that Jon Snow doesn't even want the Iron Throne. He probably just wants a quiet life and a lie down at this stage.

That is 100 percent not going to happen.

Are you happy with how all of this is panning out? What on earth is going to happen in the final ever episode next week? What are we going to fill our time with once it's all over?

Come let us know your thoughts at Game of Thrones: Westeros Posting on Facebook.

The final ever - yes, ever - episode will air on Sky Atlantic next Monday morning at 2am, then again at 9pm that same day.

Brace yourselves.

Featured Image Credit: HBO

Tom Wood

Tom Wood is a freelance journalist and LADbible contributor. He graduated from University of London with a BA in Philosophy before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. He has previously written for the M.E.N Group as well as working for several top professional sports clubs. Contact him on [email protected]

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