Somewhere, somehow, somebody will finally tell us that Jon Snow is really dead. For those who are waiting, the truth has finally come out and for those Game of Throne fanatics: It isn?t what you were asking for.
The never-ending debate of Jon Snow being dead or alive is maybe finally coming to an end. From the most creative explanation, to the down-right desperate theories, Game of Thrones fans are always keeping an open mind about the fate of their favorite character. But at long last, the inevitable answer has been shared and it is not pretty.
One theory suggests that Stannis Baratheon?s mistress Melisandre, who was seen returning to The Wall moments before Snow was stabbed, will use her powers to bring him back to life.
?Dead is dead is dead. He be dead. Yes. Everything I?ve seen, heard and read, he is dead,? according to HBO executive Michael Lombardo, the 100% percent truth teller of Game of Thrones, from Huffington Post.
If you count how many times Lombardo said ?dead? in that sentence, that?s how many minutes? people cried over the death of the Lord Commander. Harsh is harsh but maybe the HBO Executive gave us a well-deserved slap on the cheek for forcing the theory that our hero is going to be alive in Season 6.
?We would hope that after seeing the scene and the way it?s shot that the answers to that will be unambiguous in the minds of the people watching it,? Dan Weiss shared to Entertainment Weekly, were the scene refers to the bloody [and dead] Jon Snow. ?It should be pretty clear what happens in by the time you?re done seeing the scene,? he added.
Dan Weiss should be hailed as a savior for being man enough to tell the fans the truth. So if you can? take it, go to your nearest psychologist and tell them to remove Jon Snow?s last scene via hypnosis, maybe it will take the load off your crying shoulders.