We all know "Game of Thrones" isn't the type of show to satisfy all our wishes. In fact, it often does the opposite.
Just when we think we're getting what we want for our favorite characters, boom, your head is cut off, or smush, your head is crushed in, or bam, some time-traveling paraplegic scrambles your brains.
Basically, just don't root for anyone with a head in "Game of Thrones," and just maybe you won't have your heart broken.
But let's face it, we can't help but want the best for our favorites. And in season seven of "Game of Thrones," it looks like we're going to get possibly one of the biggest wishes fans of the show have.
Brace yourself; massive spoilers lie ahead.
So if you remember where season six left off, Danaerys Targaryen was on her way across the Narrow Sea, finally making her return to Westeros. With her is a massive army supplied by the Dothraki, the Greyjoys, Olena Tyrell and Ellaria Sand — oh, and there are a few badass dragons, too.
And up in the North, Jon Snow (who we also now know to be Danaerys's nephew and a Targaryen) has just been declared King in the North, which essentially means the North has once again declared its independence from the Iron Throne, which is now run by Cersei after that whole "blow literally everyone up" thing.
So obviously, we want Danaerys Targaryen and Jon Snow to meet up, right?
HOLD ON TO YOUR BUTTS, PEOPLE.
Yup, that's Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow chillin' on a seaside rooftop.
Here's another look.
And this must be how they got the shot.
At this point, we can only speculate what Jon and Dany are discussing. Maybe he's telling her they're related. Maybe he's refusing to accept her claim to the throne. My guess is that he's filling her in on what's going on north of the Wall.
Remember back when Jon rallied the Free Folk? He said,
The Long Night is coming, and the dead come with it. No clan can stop them. The Free Folk can't stop them, the Night's Watch can't stop them and all the southern kings can't stop them. Only together. All of us. And even then, it may not be enough, but at least we give the fuckers a fight.
I'm pretty happy right now, which means they'll probably both die.