If you have yet to see "Game of Thrones" Season 7 episode 7, be careful: spoilers will follow! A main character died, the Wall fell down and - most importantly - two fan-favorite main characters finally slept together: "The Dragon and the Wolf" episode was powerful and revelatory, and Twitter reacted explosively. Here are the 20 most hilarious Twitter reactions to the "Game of Thrones" season 7 finale.

20. About Littlefinger's execution by Sansa and Arya Stark

19. Take a moment to appreciate Aidan Gillen's performance

Littlefinger was one of the main characters of the show since season 1.

He surely was evil and creepy, but we will miss him.

18. Finally, it happened

17. Poor Gilly!

16. Wait, is that an ice dragon?

15. Bran Stark and Samwell Tarly

Samwell met Bran Stark again, and the scene was obviously funny.

14. The White Walkers are coming for all the Westerosi!

13. You can't deny Daenerys is a beauty

12. Seriously, why choose a Rhaegar who is pretty much identical to Viserys?

11. Because the friendzone is dark and full of terrors

10. No one should underestimate the Starks

9. About legendary creatures and real politicians

8. Every 'Game of Thrones' fan after episode 7's closing credits

7. Challenge accepted!

6. 'You didn't see anything'

5. Guys, 'Game of Thrones' season 7 is over!

4. Qyburn being creepy

3. The army of the dead may be real, after all

2. Seriously, who cares if they're related?

1. Can't argue with the Starks' logic!

What about 'Game of Thrones' season 8?

We don't have a "Game of Thrones" season 8 premiere date yet.

According to Jaime's actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the season 8 will start production in October 2017. What does that mean? Well, we think it's safe to say that the next season of the show is going to start as early as Summer 2018 or as late as Spring 2019. So there's still hope to see the first episode of season 8 during the next year.

What about 'The Winds of Winter'?

What's the release date for "The Winds of Winter"? Sometime in 2018, probably. Back in January, George R.R. Martin himself told his fans that he "thinks [the novel] will be out this year. (But hey, I thought the same thing last year)." But that was too optimistic. "I am still working on it, I am still months away (how many? good question), I still have good days and bad days, and that’s all I care to say," "A Song of Ice and Fire"'s author added in July 2017. All things considered, TWOW is probably going to be released in 2018.