Buckle up, you guys, because I'm about to dive into what might be Game of Thrones season seven's craziest theory so far (other than ice dragons, obviously. and also Bran being the Night King. maybe it's not so insane after all?!).
It is at ~exactly~ that moment where Arya brings up her mother that Reddit user GrennsGal pointed out that a ghostly figure strolls casually in the background.
"That said, we've been waiting for this to happen since the beginning", he continued.
Eagle-eyed viewers noticed a figure lurking in the background of a scene from "The Spoils of War" that shows Arya and Brienne looking at one another.
Sorry, but no. There are nine episodes of Game of Thrones left. Watch around the 1:14 mark in the scene where Arya's chatting with Brienne at Winterfell, and pay attention to the person who walks by in the background as Arya says the word "mother". In particular, Bran's tense meeting with slippery Petyr Baelish teases that time could be running out for Littlefinger.
Will Arya fight The Hound? That hasn't stopped fans from trying to point her out, though. However, it doesn't mean that either one will end up dead in their possible duel. He asks Arya's name, and later on she becomes No-One.
If you're not a book-reader, this theory might sound even more insane than it actually is, but there's a reason why people are seeing the undead Stark matriarch where she isn't. There is a possibility that their reunion could be touching as both will see how different they are since they last saw each other.
But Wright, who plays the character who is both Brandon Stark on the HBO hit series and the all-knowing Raven, has some authority to talk for and about him. Is it Lady Stoneheart?
Fans couldn't stop talking about the possible appearance of Lady Stoneheart in the show's recent episode.
Given that all the living full-blooded Stark children have reunited in the north, coupled with Arya's perfectly timed statement, it seems pretty plausible that Lady Stoneheart would pop up at Winterfell to keep an eye on her kids.
"Eastwatch", the fifth episode of Game of Thrones' seventh season, airs August 13 at 9 p.m. on HBO.