You're probably still in a tangled web of emotions following that epic "Battle of the Bastards."
The latest episode was dubbed one of the best—not to mention, the most expensive to produce—in Game of Thrones' six-season run. Drogon breathing fire and Ramsay Bolton being devoured by his hounds are sights to behold. A standing ovation and some slow clapping weren't enough as the final credits rolled.
As much as we wanted to savor the moment more, we can't because winter is coming. Coming in at 69 minutes, GOT's sixth season finale is set to be the longest episode in series history. Dubbed "The Winds of Winter," the next installment will center on the outcome of Cersei Lannister and Loras Tyrell's trials in King's Landing.
There will also be a scene between Jaime and Walder Frey ("The Red Wedding," anyone?), an exchange between Daenerys Targaryen and Tyrion Lannister, a showdown between Davos Seaworth and Melisandre, and a continued exploration of Bran Stark's powers.
How the hell do we know all that? Here:
Fast-forward to Monday, please.