We have a feeling something really, really bad is going to happen.
After last week's ending and with the preview for next week's season finale already amassing over 10 million views on YouTube alone, it's safe to say that 'Game of Thrones' fever is at an all time high and rather than making us wait (or it leaking), HBO have announced the title of the season seven finale as well as the running time for the episode which is set to be the longest in the show's history.
'The Dragon and the Wolf' will see nearly all our favourite characters head to King's Landing to address the issue of the Night King and his army of the dead (plus zombie dragon now) and will no doubt make us squirm for the 79 minutes and 43 seconds that it runs for.
If that title unnerves you, it's for good reason. We've had a few titles like it in 'Thrones' episodes of past and they've all been absolute gamechangers that ramped up the conflict between the two parties mentioned in the episode title.
Season four's The Mountain and the Viper' saw Oberyn Martell get his head crushed which resulted in Tyrion losing his trial by combat and be sentenced to death, season three episode 'The Lion and the Rose' was the royal wedding that saw the end of Joffrey thanks to Olena's handiwork and, most importantly, season one's 'The Wolf and the Lion' saw the real start of the conflict between the Starks and the Lannisters thanks to Ned getting a nice spear through the leg courtesy of one of Jaime's soldiers.
What does this mean for Sunday? Well it would imply that things aren't going to be so rosy between Daenerys and Jon after all, and we've a feeling that Cersei will have a hand in causing whatever upset divides them. Who knows what she has up her sleeve.
It's also worth noting that in 'The Wolf and the Lion' we first found out that Varys was behind the plan to put the Starks and Lannisters "at each other's throats" and that he was secretly Team Targaryen, so we wouldn't be surprised if he's up to his old tricks again. Will he be the one to reveal Jon's true parentage to Daenerys?
'The Dragon and the Wolf' airs this Monday on Sky Atlantic at 2am and again at 9pm. We know which one we'll be watching.