In "Game of Thrones" season 7 episode 7 we saw the long-awaited sex scene between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen. While the King in the North and the Dragon Queen were busy in bed, Tyrion looked at the Queen's door. The Hand of the Queen looked to be upset by Jon and Dany's love story, but why? Here're the two most popular theories about Tyrion's behavior and the truth explained by Peter Dinklage and "The Dragon and the Wolf" director Jeremy Podeswa.

Is Tyrion in love with Daenerys?

Immediately after the season 7 finale, many fans speculated that Tyrion could be secretly in love with Dany.

He may look upset because of jealousy; he's also the one who advised Daenerys to leave Daario behind, the one who was responsible for sending Ser Jorah far from Mereen and the one who asked Dany not to fly North to save Jon and his men. It's also known that George R.R. Martin's original outline for his fantasy book series featured a love rivalry between Tyrion and Jon Snow. On the other hand, this theory has a huge flaw: the show didn't earn such a crazy twist. It's really hard for us to picture Tyrion as Daenerys' lover.

Is Tyrion's disappointment entirely political?

Many fans speculated that Jon's love for Dany could loosen his grip on the Starks bannermen, not to mention that their relationship could lead Dany to act even more rash than usual, which could lead them all to disaster.

Peter Dinklage and Jeremy Podeswa explain the scene

In an official video recently released by HBO, Peter Dinklage explained his character's mysterious look. "It's dangerous for everybody involved. I'm sure it's good for [Jon Snow and Daenerys] - at that moment - but you don't even get the sense of how beautiful it should be.

It should be, but it's not. This is 'Game of Thrones'; there's a long history of romance not ending well on this show".

Apparently, Tyrion is not in love with Dany. He's worried for her and for Jon, since their love may lead to some serious troubles while the Army of the Dead is marching south and it's ready to devastate Westeros.

As "The Dragon and the Wolf" director Jeremy Podeswa recently explained, "When things get personal, then people make decisions based on their emotions, and that can complicate matters going forward, so I think [Tyrion] sees the potential here for things to get very messy." So, the good news is, Tyrion is not jealous of Jon. The bad news is that Jon and Dany's relationship may lead to unfortunate consequences!