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*Warning: Game of Thrones spoilers ahead!


The penultimate episode of HBO's mega-series Game of Thrones was pretty bonkers from start to finish. After what felt like a never-ending sea of violence brought down upon King's Landing by none other than Dany Targaryen, the city lay in silence.

Among the rubble and burned bodies, one survivor managed to walk away from the death: Arya Stark, savior of the battle of Winterfell. As she surveyed the work of her new dragon queen, she spied a white horse standing calmly amongst the ashes.

Never one to look a gift horse in the mouth, Arya climbed aboard and rode off.

Meanwhile, fans everywhere were trying to decipher the meaning of the horse...could it have a greater significance within the world of GoT?

Many people thought the "pale mare" might be a biblical reference.

Most people agreed that the arrival of the horse was pretty bad news for any Targaryens who might have gone on a murder rampage recently.

Others tried to figure out the horse's origins:

Could Bran have finally done something useful?

Some people thought ole' decapitated Ned Stark may have had a hand in this:

On Twitter, there's no limit to how crazy your fan theory can be.

Meanwhile, many people were trying to get a good look at Dany's eyes to see whether she matches up with another foreboding prophesy...

No matter what happens in the series finale, Arya's horse will live on in our hearts as the real star of the show.

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Alright ladies and gentlemen, time for a pop quiz.

The first question is, what do the lyrics...

"And I am telling you..."
"Once there was a way to get back homeward"
"To a deluxe apartment in the sky"

...all have in common?

If you guessed Jennifer Hudson slaying them, you'd be correct!

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Best friends for life! That's the motto. Friends before lovers because lovers come and go. The list of friendship mantras is endless. So you would think that means everyone sees their relationships with the people they call their closest, not blood related, chosen family will be endless. No expirations date. Sadly this is not always the case. Sometimes people do just come and go in your life, actually the older you get you realize most people come and go and ninety percent of the time, the going is the best thing that happens. It's not the happiest fact but it is often the sanest. Life is long, you can have many besties.

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A Jeopardy! contestant underestimated host Alex Trebek's intelligence when he clarified a gambling phrase in layman's terms.

James Holzhauer is a Las Vegas sports gambler, which is something not that different from playing the popular TV trivia game show.

He wagered "two dimes" and the brief silence that followed prompted Holzhauer to explain what he meant in case the omniscient host was in the dark.

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