Warning: Spoilers ahead!
The Game of Thrones finale is quickly approaching—it's a matter of hours now!—and fans are waiting to see how everything will finally wrap up after eight nail-biting seasons (and that's to say nothing of last week's episode, which left everyone in a tizzy). It's been close to a decade of twists, turns, favorite characters getting killed off, and some extremely convincing fan theories—some of which have gone very wrong.
Now, as everyone eagerly anticipates the start of Sunday's 80-minute finale, Twitter users are taking to the platform to offer some predictions about how the series will end. Sure, we might now know that Sansa Stark's fate is going to make us feel all sorts of ways, but Game of Thrones fans are keeping things a little more light-hearted by offering up some really funny predictions.
"Game of Thrones ends with Jon Snow going full Cady Heron and just breaking off pieces of the iron throne to give out to everyone," a fan predicted.
There was this meta theory: "Game of Thrones finale is gonna end with the screen going black, and then Tony Soprano snapping out of it and finishing his dinner."
One fan just wants Tormund to live his best life: "The only satisfying conclusion to Game of Thrones is if it ends with a Tormund bottle episode, where he’s up north, just chilling and getting over Brienne, really starting to take care of himself."
"The finale of Game of Thrones is just one hour of Daenerys trying to rebuild King’s Landing with ramen noodles and sandpaper," another fan predicted.
Another user is looking out for the dragons: "Spoiler: The dragon gets into her dream college and everyone cheers."
There's this pretty ideal ending: "My GOT ending: Brienne and Sansa marry, jointly take the Iron Throne."
"Game of Thrones ends with Bob Newhart waking up next to Suzanne Pleshette," one user wrote. "'Honey you won’t believe the dream I just had,' he says, launching into a convoluted recollection of rape and dragons that ends with Suzanne asking for a divorce."
One offered some deadpan British humor: "I reckon I know how Game Of Thrones finishes. It’s with the end credits and some music."
And then there's this voice of reason, who offers the most convincing theory of them all: "the writers creating the script for the finale knowing full well they about to fuck everyone up."
Originally Appeared on Glamour