It's almost time to say goodbye again. To put your IKEA fur rug on ice for another year or so, to unbookmark your potted Thrones history guides and to desperately pretend that there's enough out there in other shows to fill the great maw in your soul where Thrones used to be.
This year it's going to be even worse. We might have had the most breath-takingly double stuffed series to date (with some fans unthinkably COMPLAINING that they're getting what they actually always wanted) but it's only been seven episodes, and parting is even sweeter sorrow when you get less in the first place.
Before that emotional breakdown happens though, we have the small matter of the season finale, which will see Dany and Jon pleading with Cersei to see sense. Obviously, this is Game Of Thrones, so there's going to be a lot more in the 80 minute episode than Cersei going "yeah, sure, fair enough, well reasoned" and turning her attentions towards the Night King.
It's far more likely we'll see her spring the trap Tyrion mentioned, that we'll see more fighting, more death and more sorrow. And honestly, if that's not what you're looking for, you're following the wrong show.
Here's the trailer for the finale...
So what does it all mean?