‘Game of Thrones’ Producers Issued An Apology Over Recent Episode

The latest Game of Thrones episode ‘The Door’ was eventful, to say the least. It featured the death and revelation of one Hodor which apparently prompt show-runners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss to issue an apology for the chain of events that they’ve caused with the episode.

WARNING! If you haven’t seen the episode, major spoilers are ahead!

Yep, because of the whole ‘Hodor/Hold the door’, we’ll be getting endless memes and jokes from it, till the end of time. Watch the preview for the next episode of Game of Thrones here, which airs new episodes every Sunday on HBO.

Source: Jimmy Kimmel

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