Bran Stark's "Chaos Is A Ladder" Line Actually Quotes Littlefinger

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Buckle up, you guys, because I'm about to dive into what might be Game of Thrones season seven's craziest theory so far (other than ice dragons, obviously. and also Bran being the Night King. maybe it's not so insane after all?!). After all, he knows everything that has happened in the whole universe. In that case, go ahead!

As Season 7 of Game of Thrones pushes forward, we are getting more and more callbacks to the first season of the show.

The writer has previously insisted that Stoneheart will not feature as Game Of Thrones builds towards its final eighth season, but fans remained adamant that she was present during Arya's brief exchange. Watch the clip of the scene above.

Shakman says that in the episode, which featured Arya in a friendly sparring contest with warrior Brienne of Tarth, there were hints of Sansa and Arya realizing what the other has endured since we last saw them.

Before the two face off in their playful sword fight, while older sister Sansa (Sophie Turner) looks on, Arya mentions that Brienne "swore to serve both my mother's daughters".

Michelle also admitted that she had been drawing on one source in particular when it came time to dressing the newly reunited Stark siblings: their parents, Ned and Catelyn.

GrennsGal points out that: "At the word MOTHER you can see a woman in a long green dress w/ long auburn wavy hair with her head down walking past the background gate, resembling Cat". It was a lot and honestly we are still grieving.

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We already know that Arya is making her way home, casually stopping in the Riverlands to enact some bloody vengeance on Walder Frey and his ilk.

So has Catelyn Stark done a Jon Snow and returned from the dead?

Author RR Martin - whose novels provide much of the early source material for HBO - brought her back as ghoulish undead character Lady Stoneheart in his book series, but she is yet to return on the long-running show.

Stoneheart also plays a crucial role in Brienne and Podrick's storyline. Arya doesn't forgive. If she learns what Baelish did, it's over for him.

"That was probably the first major diversion of the show from the books and, you know, I argued against that, and David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] made that decision", he told Time.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor didn't want to spill the beans on his character's ultimate fate, but said the script direction for the episode said: "One of our main characters is about to die ..."