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      Game of Thrones's Maisie Williams Responds to Arya's Epic Kill with a Priceless Sophie Turner Video

      Sansa brings Soulja Boy to Winterfell.

      WARNING: This story contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 3.


      Maisie Williams has kept relatively quiet following the latest episode of Game of Thrones, called "The Long Night," which may come as a surprise considering her character's integral role in winning the Battle of Winterfell. In a move no one saw coming, Arya Stark was the one who ultimately killed the Night King, sneaking up on him in the godswood and stabbing him with a Valyrian steel dagger for a crushing final blow.

      The plot twist shocked yet satisfied fans across the Internet, but perhaps no one was happier about the big scene than Williams herself. Breaking her silence on the big moment this afternoon, the actress posted a celebratory Instagram reacting to last night's big episode with a behind-the-scenes video of co-star Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) doing the Soulja Boy dance.



      The clip shows Turner on what look like the ramparts of Winterfell, belting out the lyrics to the 2007 hip-hop hit while dancing and hitting a snowball off of the balcony. (You can't make this stuff up, folks.)

      Williams aptly captioned the post, "how am [sic] feeling after that episode. not today bby 👋🏻." She also quoted the now-iconic call and response she learned from her sword fighting instructor, Syrio Forel, in Season 1: "What do we say to the god of death?" "Not today." Consider this Instagram Arya's subtle post-battle flex on the Night King.

      Speaking of the icy antagonist, Williams also shared a behind-the-scenes photo of stuntman and actor Vladimir Furdik, who plays the Night King on the show, in the second slide of her Insta post with Turner. He points at the camera and poses in the shot while in full costume, showing a laid-back side of the White Walker leader that we've never seen before (and will probably never get to see).



      Williams was originally worried that GoT viewers wouldn't approve of Arya being the one to kill the Night King because it was such a surprise. She and co-star Kit Harington, like many of us, thought that Jon Snow would be the one to make the Night King fall. "It was so unbelievably exciting," she told Entertainment Weekly. "But I immediately thought that everybody would hate it; that Arya doesn’t deserve it."

      Eventually, she came around. "It was beautiful, it's poetry. And I'm grateful it was me and not Kit," she joked in the behind-the-scenes series "Game Revealed." We're grateful too, Maisie.

      Game of Thrones returns next Sunday on HBO at 9 P.M. ET.

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