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Kit Harrington stopped by the Huffington Post to talk about his character's likelihood of staying alive:

"I think that's the thrilling thing about the TV show, is that we really don't fit by the norms and people are in danger and horrible things do happen to people and we don't shy away from that," Harington said. "You can't count on Jon Snow being safe or Tyrion being safe or anyone being safe, so it keeps people on the edge of their seat, and that's why it's good drama."



So, you know, that sucks.

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Have 8 Stills from the Game of Thrones Season Finale, 'Cause You Love Spoilers


Watchers on the Wall has collected some pretty unrevealing, yet still neat, pictures of the last episode in this crazy season.

HBO also put out the synopsis for the last episode of season five, which will air June 14: "Stannis marches. Dany is surrounded by strangers. Cersei seeks forgiveness. Jon is challenged."

Let's try to figure out what's going on!

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Game of Thrones spoilers may occur. You've been warned.

There's no real reason we can surmise why Katniss Everdeen would aim her bow and the other 12 districts against Jon Snow, or why she would kill Ygritte of all people, but there it is.

By all accounts, Jon Snow had a pretty terrible end of this last season.

And depending on what we recently saw as filming began on Game of Thrones season 6, it might not have been as bad as it looked(?).

Katniss hasn't had an easy life either. So it seems pretty insensitive of her to go after Ned Stark's bastard. Still, the people of Westeros don't live fair lives full of justice.

It's a great mashup and makes us wonder just how Jon Snow would fare in The Hunger Games competition. He'd probably have a terrible time getting sponsors. We all know he's the worst dinner party guest.

Here's the most recent trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, which mercifully directs Katniss away from the Wall: