This Deepfake Video Has Jon Snow Apologizing For The Way 'Game Of Thrones' Ended

Here we go again, folks. I couldn't be happier, I feel like writing about Game Of Thrones is like my comfort zone, you know?

Just like throwing on an old pair of slippers.

Spoilers, pal.


You stop right there Mr. and/or Mrs. I'm only on Season 2, I'm just watching one episode a week.

We're hopping on the train to Spoilersville, so if you don't want Season 8 spoiled then hop off.



Now that they're gone, let's discuss, internet. Hands up if you enjoyed Season 8.

Mhm... Okay... few and far between... that is to be expected... Alright, now those of you who thought it could use some work?



Yeah, that's what I thought. No, the reaction to this... let's charitably call it a "debacle" has not been good at all.

In fact, I'd go as far as to say it's been pretty dang bad.

I mean...


First off Tyrion, literally any character has a better story than Bran. Was he even in Season 5?

I don't remember him being there, and why? Because there were better stories to focus on.

And lord...


The unsatisfying deaths!

I'll talk the ears off of anyone who will still listen to me about Cersei's death which, like the people who liked Season 8, are few and far between.

We need answers.


We need justice. We need something, for gosh sakes, because what we got at the end of this series was practically nothing.

At least nothing would've offended the internet a lot less.



It doesn't look like anyone's going to apologize for this anytime soon. And why would they?

Some people (cough, cough) have already got their Star Wars money and have moved on.

And it came from...


The most unlikely of places. And I bet you'll never guess who it is... okay, you know how this joke goes.

I say "oh wait you read it in the title" and nobody laughs.



Luckily for us, the internet is always ready to stand and deliver.

They've banded together and used technology for good (for once) and given Game Of Thrones fans the apology they deserve.

It was from Jon Snow.


However, don't think that Kit Harrington was all up in the Guardian's grill or whatever apologizing for D&D's failure.

I'm assuming he has better things to do than worry about Game Of Thrones.

Or in other words...

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You can make anyone say whatever you want with the right photoshop skills and some well-edited voice snippets.

Seriously, the words actually sound like they're coming from Jon Snow in the final season.

No, it was a deepfake.

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Which is defined by Wikipedia as:

"a technique for human image synthesis based on artificial intelligence. It is used to combine and superimpose existing images and videos onto source images or videos using a machine learning technique known as generative adversarial network."

The video is awesome...

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He apologizes for wasted time, talks about the Starbucks cup, really it's a nice little trip down the memory lane of Season 8 failures.

Kind of like slipping on an old pair of terrible slippers.

Check it out for yourself...

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And if you're not absolutely terrified, then you'll probably have a good laugh.

Just hope that no one gets you on tape saying anything you'll regret any time soon...

But seriously...


I hate to bring down the mood here, folks, but is anyone else terrified of this? We can literally make anyone say anything on video, and it looks real.

Just another reason not to trust anything you read on the internet.