Although this dialogue exchange in has been altered a bit for comedic effect, we're glad it was.
The look on Cersei's face in the second to last panel is very similar to the look on many a computer user's face when they get the dreaded Blue Screen of Death.
And again, although it was never said on the show, this would rank up there with some of the best burns if it had been.
Who's excited for this week's episode?
#gameofthrones #funny #bluescreenofdeath #lol #fiberhub
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