Game of Thrones


WARNING: Spoilers for the season six finale of Game of Thrones ahead. Duh. Read on at your own peril if you haven't yet watched the episode.

Okay ladies, now let's get in formation!

It's no surprise that Beyoncé lyrics are the perfect soundtrack to the Game of Thrones finale, because Queen B would fit in perfectly with that TV show right now. Why? Because who runs the world Westeros? GIRLS!

Last night's episode, "The Winds of Winter," not only gave us many satisfying moments (R+L finally equals J, the King in the North, etc.), but we were left with the women running s--t. Cersei sipped wine and smiled while she blew up a big portion of King's Landing. Daenerys is heading across the Narrow Sea with a giant army and three dragons. Lyanna Mormont just continues to be the baddest bitch in town. Oh, and Arya crossed a name off her list in spectacular fashion. 

Game of Thrones, season 6 finale


Sure, poor Margaery didn't get the exit she deserved (R.I.P. that perfect, plotting smirk), but when the wildfire dust settled and the credits rolled, we figured out that for the most part, the men proved to be pretty useless and the women are the ones to fear. And guess what? People are living for being at the mercy of the Game of Thrones females.

Cersei is on the Iron Throne, Dany is comin' in hot, Sansa saved Winterfell, Yara has united with the dragon queen, Lady Olenna is still dropping all kinds of truth bombs even though she's in mourning...basically there is so much girl power in store for season seven and the Internet can barely handle it:

It's certainly time for the ladies to take over since the men almost burned Westeros to the ground for the past six seasons. Except for Jon Snow, who is one of the few who actually gets that there is a bigger war coming. But we bet a woman will save us from that, too.

Game of Thrones? More like Game of Females Ruling Your Whole Existence, right?!

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