Sophie Turner Says What We're All Thinking About Maisie Williams' Epic 'Game of Thrones' Scene

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We are absolutely living for Sophie Turner's reactions to this season of Game of Thrones!

Warning: spoilers ahead!

Sunday night's episode of the epic fantasy series featured several unforgettable moments: dragons battling in the sky, Tyrion Lannister (Pete Dinklage) and Sansa (Turner) hiding from reanimated Stark ancestors in the crypt together and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) facing Viserion, the zombie dragon, all on his own. However, few moments throughout the entire show can compete with Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) becoming the savior of Westeros by killing the Night King, which also stopped his gruesome army in their tracks.

Shortly after it aired, Turner hopped on Instagram to proclaim: "Arya really is that b***h! Yes, you are, b***h!" She followed that up with a few snaps to drive home her point.

But, that wasn't the end of the 23-year-old actress' amazing reactions to the fateful TV moment. She also sent Williams a voice memo, which the younger actress graciously posted online.

"You really mother**king are that b***h! You are that b***h She did that. She did that. That's right, hunty. That is right, hunty! Check it, episode three. 'Cause that b***h did that!" she playfully reiterates in the recording. 

But, prior to Arya's heroic moment defending Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) in the godswood, Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) valiantly attempts to defend his childhood home and the new Three-Eyed Raven as well, dying at the hands of the Night King.

Along with her boisterous video, Turner also posted a solemn tribute to Theon after his death. "To Alfie and to Theon.... 'You're a good man,'" she wrote alongside a still of Allen in his last scene on the show. The quote is a reference to the last thing Bran told him before he charged at the Night King.

The comments from Turner reacting to this season's events aren't the first to turn heads. After the second episode of the season, in which Arya loses her virginity to Gendry (Joe Dempsie) before the White Walkers arrive at Winterfell, she also felt the need to chime in.

"In honor of Easter, I guess Game of Thrones wanted the storyline to have a little Easter bunny hop hop hoppin' into that p***y... And that's the tea," Turner stated in another Instagram post before sipping some wine.

Here's hoping Turner keeps the wine and incredible comments flowing throughout the rest of season eight!

See more on episode three of the eighth and final season of the show right here.

Game of Thrones airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.

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