Spoiler alert: This post contains major plot details about the series finale of "Game of Thrones."
Nobody on "Game of Thrones" rooted harder for Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) than Khal Drogo. So it's understandable that Jason Momoa, who played the Khaleesi's Dothraki warlord husband in Season 1, would be mad about the fate that befell his beloved. (He's certainly not alone in that regard.)
"Baby, that episode killed me," Momoa commented on a tweet Clarke posted about the finale, which saw Daenerys stabbed to death by her nephew and one-time lover, Jon Snow (Kit Harington). Jon turned on her after she burned thousands of innocents during her siege of King's Landing.
Jon Snow should be glad he got banished to the North for assassinating her – and that Drogo is long dead – or else he'd be in trouble.
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"(Expletive) you, punk!" Momoa told Snow's televised image in a NSFW Instagram story video as he tried to process the scene where Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) tells Jon he is being exiled back to the Night's Watch as punishment for killing Dany.
"Let me get this (expletive) straight," he continued. "You're going back to what the (expletive) you did in the first place and you killed Khaleesi?" Momoa ranted. "Oh my God … We're gonna go to the bars and we're gonna get in a fight."
Drogo may be dead but some Dothraki loyal to Dany did survive the battles for Winterfell and King's Landing. So if we were Jon, we'd be extra careful up north and keep Ghost close.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: 'Game of Thrones' finale: No one was madder about Dany's fate than her co-star Jason Momoa