WARNING: CONTAINTS MAJOR GAME OF THRONES. (BUT THEN IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE FINALE YET ARE YOU EVEN A GAME OF THRONES FAN?)
Sure, some of you claimed to have seen it coming, but many others were left ABSOLUTELY SHOOKETH when Jon Snow plunged a dagger into Daenerys and killed her in the dramatic Game of Thrones finale.
Then Drogon rocked up and set the Iron Throne on fire, melting it, before flying off with Dany's limp body. It was an emotional roller coaster, for sure.
However, it turns out it wasn't just us feeling distressed by the whole thing, as Jason Momoa live-streamed his reaction and he did not look happy about what happened to his former on-screen wife.
In the show, Momoa had portrayed Khal Drogo, who was husband to Emilia Clarke's Daenerys.
While his character was killed off back in season one, Momoa and Clarke's bond seems to have lasted long after the cameras stopped rolling, regularly posting friendly snaps on social media - including one from Februrary, in which Momoa said he was 'so proud' of Clarke, and that he loved her with all his heart.
Filming the savage moment from the last ever episode when Jon killed former lover (and, erm, auntie) Daenerys, Momoa shouted at the screen: "Fuck you! Fuck you, punk!"
He also filmed himself welling up while Drogon struggled to wake the Mother of Dragons up - before Momoa even let our his own dragon roar and some angry growls as the Iron Throne was melted into a pathetic heap.
As Tyrion started banging on about why Bran would make a good ruler for the Six Kingdoms, Momoa lashed out, saying: "Who gives a fuck? Who gives a fuck? Fuck you!"
Then, as the show came to an end, he said: "Oh my god. We're gonna go to the bars and we're gonna get in a fight."
I'm assuming - and hoping - that was a joke, but perhaps watch your back, Kit Harington.
Last month, Momoa said he was 'beyond honoured' to have been involved in the show, sharing several photos with cast and crew - including a selfie with Emilia Clarke and showrunner Dan Weiss.
"I FUCKIN LOVE GAME OF THRONES," he wrote.
"I am beyond honoured to be apart of this show and am so very proud of all the friends I have met and still continue to keep a tight bond. It's rare.
"All my aloha to David and Dan for taking a chance on me and in turn getting me to where I am now. Forever DROGO #gameon #mykhaleesi love u @emilia_clarke aloha."