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Entertainment‘The Simpsons’ Totally Predicted The Most Controversial ‘Game Of Thrones’ Twist Ever

16:50  14 may  2019
16:50  14 may  2019 Source:   etcanada.com

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The newest Game of Thrones shocked many of its viewers, but The Simpsons saw it coming. The long running animated series The Simpsons has developed a reputation for predicting many future events during its three-decade run, and that list now includes the newest episode of Game of Thrones .

In episode five of Game of Thrones ‘s eighth and final season, Daenerys Targaryen and her army lay siege on Queen Cersei and King’s Landing. But as it turns out, it looks like The Simpsons guessed at this development all along — or at least, hinted at Drogon‘s unchecked fiery ways.

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The penultimate episode of "Game of Thrones", which aired on Sunday night, has been hotly debated online, but "The Simpsons" saw it coming years ago.

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In the episode "The Bells", Daenerys Targaryen mounts her dragon-led attack on the capital King's Landing. But in a huge, shocking twist, after the city surrenders, Dany decides to burn the city down anyway, murdering innocent men, women and children.

And while many were surprised by Dany's move, the writers of "The Simpsons" essentially predicted it in an episode from 2017 titled "The Serfsons".

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In episode five of Game of Thrones ‘s eighth and final season, Daenerys Targaryen This came as something of a surprise to many viewers, who are used to Dany’s benevolence to innocents But as it turns out, it looks like The Simpsons guessed at this development all along — or at least, hinted at

' The Simpsons ' appears to have predicted that big, fiery surprise in the penultimate episode of ' Game of Thrones ' in its eighth season. It Looks Like The Simpsons Totally Called That Fiery Game of Thrones Plot Twist .

In the medieval fantasy-set episode, Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa are seen atop a castle overlooking their village being burned indiscriminately by a dragon.

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Fans of the two shows online were in awe of "The Simpsons" predicting the future once again.

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