EXPECT FINALE SPOILERS - CAN THEY EVEN BE CALLED SPOILERS AT THIS STAGE?
Whether you want the entire final season of Game of Thrones to be remade or not - it ain't happenin' sorry to break it to you. So let's get this outta the way and have a good ol' recap.
Daenerys Targaryen went on a madden, Jon Snow (her nephew) ended up stabbing her. Drogon melts the Iron Throne because he's pissed about the previous pointer. Bran Stark ended up taking the crown and Sansa Stark became the Queen in the North.
But when Brienne of Tarth scribbled down Jaime Lannister's deeds in the White Book during the final episode, did you notice what was playing in the background? Don't worry, this is no test - it was 'wedding' music.
Brienne writing in the White Book. Credit: HBO
Now Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi has spoken to INSIDER, explaining something that fans had already anticipated.
He said: "It's just a hint of what their relationship - if they had stayed together, if he was still alive - what it could have been. What they could have become. That's why I put that in there."
He added: "I just threw that in there because I thought it would be a subtle nod to their relationship. When she sits there and she thinks about him and writes down all the things he had done, the second half is the 'Honor' theme, but yeah a big chunk of that [song] is the wedding theme."
The song which is called 'The White Book' is on season eight's official soundtrack and starts with the same tune as the song from season two's song titled 'I Am Hers, She Is Mine' which was played at the secret wedding ceremony of Robb Stark and Talisa Maegyr.
Robb Stark and Talisa Maegyr secret marriage featured the same song. Credit: HBO
Djawadi was shocked that some fans noted the throw back, saying: "I was amazed some people picked up on it. I was hoping people would go, 'Wait a minute, that's from season two'. And that was exactly my intent. I thought it would be very appropriate."
This is all a little too much for some people to cope with, isn't it?
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