‘Game Of Thrones’ Fans Are Coming Up With The Worst Ways To End The Show

The best scene in Game of Thrones history is obviously Wun Wun punching a horse, but what about the worst? According to showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss, it’s during the pilot, when the Stark boys, Jon Snow, and Theon “were all shirtless… And if you look closely, you could tell they were all flexing because they’re shirtless. They’re all flexing their abs.” In terms of terribleness, that’s hard to top, but Game of Thrones fans are still trying.

Redditor “shaylw” recently asked, “What’s the worst way they could end the series?” and even gave an appropriately terrible suggestion: “Bran wakes up and we realize that after he fell from the tower, everything we saw was him dreaming?” (It’s a half Jacob’s Ladder — you never go full Jacob’s Ladder.)

That’s pretty bad, but it gets worse.

Ser Davos is reading the entire thing from a book. (Via)

Jon and Dany team up and defeat the white walkers. At the end of the episode they celebrate with all their companions over a feast. The sandsnakes murder everyone at the feast and take the iron throne. They start to hiss together as it fades to black. (Via)

Jon Snow, bleeding out at Daenerys’ feet: “but Why?”

D: “these violent delights have violent ends”

Camera pans out, and out, and out, until Wessos is a map on giant table. Bernard standing over the table with Melisandre, as a naked Joffrey-host walks up and offers them a tray of hors deouvres (Via)

This ending sounds great, actually:

Littlefinger has won it all and sits on the Iron Throne.

He leans back, flips on some shades, and says, “I could get used to this.” Cut to black. (Via)

Ted asks kids if it’s ok to date aunt Robin. No Cleganebowl. (Via)

The end credits go immediately into the title sequence in reverse, which eventually pulls back to reveal Hot Pie’s face. He stands up when he hears the familiar modern sound of an oven beginning to beep. The camera pans around and we see a gigantic table of our favorite characters in hipster clothes, gathered around a game board consisting of the map of Westeros. Hot Pie takes the dice from Sansa and puts them down on the table. “Someone roll for me, I have to check the roast.” Cuts to black. (Via)

Winter has come. Jon Snow, alone, sets sail to sea in a blistering storm, surely to die.

Flash forward, modern day Oregon. We see a figure chopping away at a large tree with an axe. It is Jon Snow, now a lumberjack… (Via)

I’ve always said Jon Snow is the Dexter of Westeros.

(Via Reddit/Game of Thrones)