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The excitement is building ahead of the third episode of the eighth and final series of Game of Thrones. Episode two was a love letter to the remaining cast, but all of that sentiment is set to go out of the window in episode three.
It's finally time for everyone to get their hands dirty. The shit is going to hit the fan.
The Battle of Winterfell is upon us, the biggest in TV history - if the showrunners are to be believed - and the final showdown between the living and the dead.
It's exciting stuff.
The photo that captured everyone's eye, however, was one of a teary-eyed Sansa Stark sitting on a chair, surrounded by cloaked people.
What grabbed everyone's attention though, was the creepy blurred face of someone - or something - leering out over her shoulder.
That got people to thinking, who is it?
A lot of people have said Littlefinger (Lord Petyr Baelish) but he's supposed to be dead. More have said that it could just be no-one important, an extra who managed to sneak into shot.
There is one theory, based on the books, that is more interesting than all of the others. It could be the undead Catelyn Stark - formerly the lady of Winterfell - now known as Lady Stoneheart.
In the books, Lady Stoneheart is one of the undead - and Catelyn Stark is very dead, remember - but fights alongside the living. This has people pretty excited about the prospect.
One Twitter user said: "WAIT. IS THIS HOW THEY ARE GOING TO BRING IN LADY STONEHEART?! NNNNNNNN"
Another added: "Guess we are gonna get Lady Stoneheart after all."
Not everyone is as optimistic. A third Twitter user offered: "Maybe we will get to see Lady Stoneheart after all but instead of being a murderous leader hellbent on revenge for her family she'll be the one murdering her family."
As ever with this show, we'll have to wait and see. At least we haven't got too long now.
What do you reckon will happen? Will Catelyn Stark rise from the crypts as Lady Stoneheart? Is it actually Littlefinger behind Sansa?
Sky Atlantic will broadcast the third episode of Game of Thrones at 2am on Monday 29 April and then again at 9pm that same day.
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