With less than a week away from "Game of Thrones" #Season 7, actually, make that four days, many fans are very ecstatic that their favorite show is finally making its comeback on the small screen. The HBO original kind of made fans wait a little longer than usual for its reported second-to-the last season.

'Game of Thrones' spoilers from Peter Dinklage

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, #Peter Dinklage shared the possible complications that could happen if his character, Tyrion Lannister, is reunited with the rest of his family in the upcoming season. Dinklage added that Tyrion is coming home as an ally of Daenerys Targaryen (and yes, the dragons).

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Although, he is getting ready with what might happen as soon as he sees his family.

Dinklage further explained that Tyrion is indeed a different person now. He has found his purpose and is now better prepared to deal with his siblings. Viewers can remember the drunkard who almost drank himself to death in season 4 before Varys and Dany came into his life.

How to enjoy this season more

GQ suggested that a great way to prepare for "#Game of Thrones" season 7 is to start a death pool. It's super easy: gather a bunch of your friends (they should be fans or at least watch the show, of course), and start predicting who will die next.

Details like the buy-in would have to depend on your group, as well as the other specifics and terms of the game, but as a guide, Scott Meslow of GQ mentions that his friends and their death pool from last year had them giving $20 each.

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Yup, that was the season when Jon Snow died.

With this game, not only does the winner get a reward, but the ones who gave wrong predictions earned penalties. Think of it as fantasy football with a twist.

Are you thrilled for 'Game of Thrones' season 7?

Many theories are still swirling around such as who is going to switch sides (Sansa, please don't go over to the dark side), and of course, who will ultimately sit on the infamous iron throne? Honestly, I couldn't even keep up with the numerous theories on Reddit and other online forums.

It's around that time where fans rewatch the show's previous season, right? We need to refresh our memories and get ready for the 7th season.

Are you excited and armed with your own theories about the show's newest season? Let us know about your thoughts in the comments section below.

Catch the "Game of Thrones" season 7 premiere on July 16 at 9:45 pm EST only on HBO.