The Season 4 finale of ‘Game Of Thrones’ is just around the corner, and HollywoodLife.com has some EXCLUSIVE spoilers from the finale! Don’t say we didn’t warn you — these are the spoiler-iest of spoilers.
In case you’re just too impatient to wait for the Season 4 finale of Game Of Thrones, airing June 15, and you need to know what’s going to happen right now — relax, we’ve got you covered. HUGE spoilers are below for fans of the TV series; while readers of the Song Of Ice And Fire novels won’t be as surprised, you’ll still be spoiling yourself on what will happen in front of your eyeballs on June 15! Read on if you dare!
‘Game Of Thrones’ Finale Spoilers: Tyrion Will Kill Tywin In Season 4
I’ll spare you any more teasing — Stannis Baratheon (Stephan Dillane) will ride in and save Jon Snow’s (Kit Harington‘s) handsome hide over at The Wall, a source has revealed to HollywoodLife.com. Furthermore, Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) will kill his own father, Tywin (Charles Dance), while he’s on the toilet.
And yes, noble book readers — I know that these events are not necessarily a surprise to you; however, now you know that you’ll see it play out on screen! How glorious will it be to see Tywin kick the bucket, and so unceremoniously? Not with a bang, gloriously, in battle, but with a whimper — on the toilet.
‘Game Of Thrones’ Finale Spoilers: Stannis Baratheon Will Save Jon Snow’s Butt
Because there’s nothing better than this line, here’s what Tyrion thought after he killed his father, as George R.R. Martin wrote it in Storm Of Swords:
“But the stink that filled the privy gave ample evidence that the oft-repeated jape about his father was just another lie. Lord Tywin Lannister did not, in the end, sh*t gold.”
I won’t spoil for non-readers of the ASoIaF series which other significant events occur surrounding Tywin’s murder, but, trust: it’ll be good. Tyrion killing Tywin is the least of the scandal that viewers will see unfold.
And isn’t it great that Jon Snow will survive? Especially considering his spectacularly poor decision to parley with Mance Rayder (Ciarán Hinds), without Ghost, without a sword, and, as usual, without common sense.
So, HollywoodLifers, are you looking forward to the finale? Are you glad that Jon won’t die, despite the fact that he almost should, considering his series of unfortunate decisions? Are you glad that Tywin will meet his end? Let me know!
— Amanda Michelle Steiner