"Home" rivals season four's "purple wedding" as the most bonkers second episode in a season of Game of Thrones. It [Stefon voice] had it all: Christlike resurrections, patricide, completely impractical bridges, a zombie crushing someone else's head like it was a watermelon at BuzzFeed, Hodor, Hodor, and Hodor. Let's dive in. Warning: spoilers ahead. 

At least Jaime isn't raping someone at one of his kid's funerals for once.
At least Jaime isn't raping someone at one of his kid's funerals for once.
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The biggest moment: Jon Snow lives.

Be honest, you don't remember our names.
Be honest, you don't remember our names.
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As Someecards has confidently foretold over and over again, Jon Snow was brought back to life by Melisandre last night in probably the easiest bit of magic she's ever done? Compare: to kill Renly Baratheon, Melisandre had to have sex with Stannis, become physically pregnant, and give birth to a demon shadow child. To make the weather nice for a little bit, she had to burn a small girl at the stake. To bring Jon Snow back to life, she basically just had to give him a haircut. 

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