Game of Thrones is coming back this weekend but you might not want to (binge-)watch it anymore since Game of Chairs on Sesame Street has already answered the biggest question of them all: Who will rule the Iron Throne?
The land of “Jesteros” desperately needs a new king and there is but one way to find out who it’s going to be – a grand game of musical chairs between Cersei Lannister, Robb Stark, Joffrey Baratheon and Daenerys Targaryen, or to be precise, their Muppet versions.
The background music is provided by none other than Grover who plays "Grover Bluejoy," an obvious reference to Theon Greyjoy.
While Joffrey gets what he deserves and Robb rushes off to a wedding, one individual manages to sit on the throne and you’ll definitely be surprised to know who it was, and pleased – and no, contrary to what many people predict, it wasn’t the troubled Jon Snow or Daenerys, aka Khaleesi, aka Mother of Dragons.
Also, in this version of Westeros no one gets their eyes squished like jelly, mauled, stabbed or decapitated.
It may not be the ending – which, by the way, is only known to David Benioff and D.B. Weiss apart from the writer of the series George R. R. Martin – but it still could be an excellent conclusion to an outstanding series.