A lot happened in the explosive Game of Thrones season six finale.
The show’s biggest theory was finally confirmed, Littlefinger got into Sansa’s mind, Daenerys set sail for the Seven Kingdoms, Cersei turned into the Mad Queen, and many recurring characters were killed. Unless you enjoyed Lothar and Black Walder’s Laurel and Hardy routine, the two most shocking deaths were that of Margaery Tyrell, who was fed to the Wildfire flames in the Great Sept, and her husband, Tommen Baratheon. The king finally made a decision on his own — unfortunately, that decision was to commit suicide.
But wait, if Margaery and Tommen are dead, who’s looking after Ser Pounce?
In an interview with HBO, Dean-Charles Chapman, who plays — well, played — King Tommen, said that his favorite day on set was “the Ser Pounce scene in Oathkeeper. That was my first day, so that meant a lot to me. It’s an iconic scene for Tommen with Ser Pounce and Margaery. It was a long, hard day, because the cat was a bit of a diva.” As for where Ser Pounce is now, Chapman guessed the feisty feline “probably got a girlfriend and got married…” (okay, that sounds cool) “…and probably got caught up in the Sept blast, unfortunately” (OH GOD). What a rough season for animals.