The Most Absurd 'Game of Thrones' Finale Prediction Yet
It... could happen.
A Highly Illogical (Yet Totally Plausible) Game of Thrones Series Finale Prediction
I have never seen a full episode of the HBO series Game of Thrones.
I know none of you who watch the fantasy show care, but I wanted to let you all know upfront before I convince you all of the absurd series finale I wholeheartedly believe will take place.
I'm no hater, I just don't have HBO (big shocker, I know) and don't really want to invest my time in a show that kills off its beloved characters like it's no big deal. I may give off the impression that I'm heartless, but I actually have a huge ticker that's more fragile than I'd like to admit.
But this is not about me. Well, it is, but it's more about the bizarre series finale I've cooked up in my head that just might actually come true.
One thing you should know about me is I love trying to predict the endings of movies, TV shows, books, any form of entertainment really. I'm a spoiler and I absolutely appreciate being spoiled. While I adore a good surprise, I like knowing what I'm getting into before doing something.
Which brings me to my GoT series finale prediction. I have witnessed, heard, and read about a variety of series finales, but none has stuck with me quite like the one for medical drama St. Elsewhere. Perhaps the most hated series finale there is, the show (spoiler alert) ends by revealing it was all the figment of an autistic boy's imagination. The hospital setting for the show was actually in his snow globe. To me, that is the most brilliant ending I think anyone could ever come up with. There is something so powerful in everything being "fake," though many loyal viewers would disagree with me. Nonetheless, I support this ending with every ounce of my being.
By now, you should've guessed that this series finale inspired my prediction for the GoT ending.
Right before Daenerys Targaryen is about to take the Iron Throne, we'll hear the voiceover of a young child proclaiming, "No fair! You cheated!"
The camera will then quickly zoom out of Westeros to reveal the map is actually a board game that a group of young kids have been playing this whole time. It is called Game of Thrones after all, so I would suspect there'd be more of a game at play than simply fighting for the Iron Throne.
Still, my prediction is probably something that won't come true, but you can't say it isn't completely out of the question. I have the sneaking suspicion the show's ending will come out of left field, and my theory is very far left.
If you have a better prediction, I'd like to hear it. And, you should also know that if you end up guessing the ending for GoT, you could win a trip to Croatia. I'm not funding it, but some company is.
Until then, I'll see you when the series has aired its final episode.
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