The Simpsons Predicted That Daenerys Twist on Game of Thrones


Game of Thrones.

Fans were certainly surprised by ‘ bloody penultimate episode on Sunday night, but may have spoiled it long ago.

The of the HBO series showed Daenerys Targaryen (played by ) going full laying siege to the city of King’s Landing with her dragon and killing countless innocent citizens in the process — shocking not only her advisors but also to viewers.

A similar 2017 -inspired episode of called “The Serfsons” saw Homer Simpson, Marge and the rest of the family in an alternate medieval universe called “Springfieldia.”

In one scene during the episode, the characters stand on a balcony and watch a dragon burning the town to the ground — a scene that bore a striking similarity to


‘ Cersei Lannister () watching her city erupt in flames from her balcony.

Twitter users quickly pointed out the comparison.

“Freaky AF how knew about the #MadQueen before everyone else,” one user , while another , “Writers at got a crystal ball or something?!?!”

Fans with Daenerys’ turn toward violence. Despite the major plot developments, viewers were left wanting more from a show that has spent the last eight seasons meticulously building up complex characters.

“I swear the whole point of this season of is to undo all of the character development that has been done up until this point,” tweeted one fan after the episode aired.


“That was some of the laziest writing I’ve ever seen,” commented another.

Others defended the episode, arguing that while the action was definitely “rushed,” the main elements still made sense.

“Game of Thrones is definitely being rushed and absolutely could have used more episodes for the story to really pan out; but some of the main elements unfolding still make complete sense. Just rushed and compressed,” one fan wrote.

Star , who has played Jon Snow since the series premiered in 2011, had already warned fans that the show’s conclusion .

“I haven’t watched a single series that has a following like does where everyone is satisfied with the ending,” he told earlier this year. “I don’t think that it’ll be any different with this. I think it will divide opinion.”

The series finale of airs Sunday May 19 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.