After eight exciting—and sometimes disappointing—seasons, Game of Thrones has finally come to an end. Over the years the fans dove head-first into fan theories and shipping characters together, but it took eight seasons for someone to finally make the connection between Game of Thrones and Shrek.
You might be thinking, ‘How does the most expensive television shows ever made that has deep and complex lore connect with a children’s cartoon movie?” Well, just wait and see.
You’ve had 8 years to catch up on Game of Thrones and 18 years to see Shrek, but still, beware of spoilers.
The Only Royal Wedding That Matters
Usually, if there’s a wedding in Game of Thrones, something bad is happening. Sansa and Tyrion’s wedding was one of the few that finished without a tragic death that shook up the storyline. It was also was one of the most awkward and uncomfortable weddings we witnessed.
At least it wasn’t as awkward as the almost-wedding between Fiona and Lord Farquaad. Tyrion was a humble and kind groom while Farquaad was definitely trying to over-compensate for something.