WARNING: This post contains spoilers from season 8, episode 2 of Game of Thrones.
If you aren’t following Turner on Instagram, you’re missing out. After the episode aired, she posted a video on her Story hilariously trolling her on-screen sister Maisie Williams.
“In honor of Easter, I guess Game of Thrones wanted the storyline to have a little Easter bunny hop, hop, hoppin’ into that p—y… and that’s the tea,” said Turner, clad in a fluffy white bathrobe, before taking a gulp of red wine.
You can watch the video via Barstool Sports‘ Instagram account below — but be warned, the language is graphic.
The scene Turner so gloriously referenced unfolded at the very end of the episode, as those fighting for the North gathered at Winterfell, preparing to wage war against the Night King and his army of the dead. Arya, determined to make the most of what might be everyone’s last night alive, sought out Gendry (Joe Dempsie) after he forged a custom dragonglass weapon for her.
After demanding to know details of his sexual history since they’d parted ways as children in season 3, she suddenly grabbed him and kissed him. Later, the camera panned to them lying in bed together as the White Walkers arrived.
It’s a pairing fans have been rooting for for years, especially given how their coupling would unite the Stark and Baratheon houses as their fathers had once hoped. (Gendry is the bastard son of late King Robert.)
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Turner, who plays Sansa Stark in the HBO series, revealed she was the one who first broke the news of the scene to Williams when they received their season 8 scripts.
“I called Maisie and was like: ‘Have you read it yet?’ ” Turner recalled. “And she’s like, ‘I’m midway through episode one.’ And I’m like: This scene, this page, read it! This is awesome! She was very happy.”
“Sophie said, ‘Whatever you do, you have to skip to this episode, this scene first,’ ” Williams added. “So I just read that and it was practically all I knew about the entire season.”
Her initial reaction? She thought the show’s creators had sent her a bogus script.
“At first, I thought it was a prank,” she said. “I was like, ‘Yo, good one.’ And [the showrunners were] like, ‘No, we haven’t done that this year.’ Oh f—!”
Game of Thrones airs Sundays (9 p.m. ET) on HBO.