No matter your ideas on how the final period of”Game of Thrones” has played out, odds are that you are going to be sad to see it finish — and perhaps a little angry at the manner by which it arrived at that ending. But we’ve arrived. And by 10:30 p.m on Sunday night, it’ll all be over.
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It’s been a wild ride for the better part of a decade, and these stories and characters have been able to seep into our daily lives in ways we never could’ve seen coming. Hell, I even convinced my parents to begin watching”Thrones” until the start of Season 7 and they don’t watch anything. In reality, I still get made fun of for trying to convince them to see”Lord of the Rings” — they were asleep before Frodo left the Shire. Nownot only did they watch it all of the way through before last season, but they rewatched it again before the current season, and I receive weekly calls from my father, who usually calls me to bitch about Philly sports, to talk about just what the hell happened in the latest episode.
That will all be over on Sunday night, after what is anticipated to be a crazy sprint to the end with different key personalities meeting their maker in the process. Who, and , nevertheless remains to be seen, but everybody has their own theories, such as bookmakers.
All shows must die, as they state in Braavos. However, before this one does, let’s take a peek at some odds for what the last thing of”Game of Thrones” has in store for us, courtesy of BetOnline.ag…
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