Game of Thrones” season 7 finale wrapped up on Sunday, and with it, another particular storyline met its end. The episode consisted of everything that the show is known for: Nudity, action, dialogues, and death of a central character. The fans finally received the opportunity to bid adieu to Petyr Baelish (Littefinger), as Arya Stark was commanded by Sansa to slit his throat.

Jon Snow [VIDEO]and Daenerys Targaryen were seen reuniting with love, at the same time; long-incest couple Cersei and Jaime Lannister were witnessed separating. The fans may have felt content with how the episode panned out to be, but Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Bran Stark on, “Game of Thrones,” did not.

The scene involved Sansa and Bran Stark

According to a report by The Telegraph, Wright in an interview with Variety stated that the cast and crew members of the show had filmed a very important conversation that never made it on-screen. The scene involved Sansa and Bran Stark. He added that there was a short scene with Sansa where she knocks on Brian's door and says that she needs his help with “something.”

It has thus, been concluded that Lady Stark finally had the realization of asking Bran to travel back in the past and tell her what the truth about both, Arya Stark and Petyr Baelish is. This is what helped Sansa [VIDEO] clear things up and arrive at the decision for executing Littlefinger. As pointed by Gamespot, Wright was even asked by The Variety whether his character on the show would be the one to tell Jon Snow about his true identity.

Jon Snow is Aegon Targaryen

The season 7 finale revealed that Jon Snow is not a bastard, but the legitimate child of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen. The two lovers were united in the bond of marriage secretly, and no one other than Ned Stark was aware of it. Therefore, during her last breath after giving birth to Snow, Lyanna told Ned (who was fortunately present) his real name, Aegon Targaryen.

The actor responded by saying that Bran has lost the charisma, and it would thus be disappointing for him to break the truth to Jon. Wright is uncertain as to why the showrunners, David Benioff and DB Weiss decided to delete this crucial scene. He believes that perhaps, they wanted the revelation to be suspense till the very end. When the “execution” scene ascended, it was quite strange to watch Arya Stark be in possession of the “Valyrian” steel dagger. Viewers were thus given the cue that things will not end up as they may seem, at the very beginning of the sequence.