I know, I know. It’s been almost two weeks since the finale of "Game of Thrones" Season 7 aired. But, what do you do when something is so ridiculously amazing? You keep talking about it, of course. And that’s what I am going to do.

The penultimate season of HBO’s hit fantasy series ended with the execution of an important character, incestual sex (not the first-duh!), a dead dragon that breathes blue fire and so much more. While the finale, which is the longest episode yet (75 minutes!), was relentlessly satisfying, it left us with some burning questions that we cannot wait to be answered in Season 8.

Be warned: Spoilers ahead for the finale of “Game of Thrones” Season 7.

How will Daenerys and Jon react when they learn that they are related?

In a not-so-surprising revelation (thanks to Bran’s flashback), Jon Snow is the legitimate son of Rhaegar Targaryen, Daenery’s brother and Lyanna Stark, Ned’s sister, which means Jon, whose real name was revealed as Aegon Targaryen, is Danery’s nephew and the rightful heir to the throne. As you will know, Daenerys has been desperate to sit on that Iron Throne. What will she do when she finds out who Jon really is? Will she hand over the throne to Jon? Will she decide to fight against Jon to win the throne? Or will she get married to Jon and rule alongside him?

Is Daenerys really infertile?

Fans are already coming up with theories about the possibility of Jon and Daenerys offspring. The belief that Daenerys might get pregnant is backed up by the fact that Jon beds Daenerys in the same episode she tells him that she can’t have children. This is, however, not the first time Daenery’s supposed inability to reproduce is brought up to Jon.

In the sixth episode, Daenerys, sitting by his bedside, tells Jon that her dragons-Drogon, Rhaegal, and Visierion-are the only children she will ever have. Bringing up Daenery’s infertility so much and then showing the consummation of their relationship could possibly mean only one thing – a baby!

What Happened to Tormund and Beric?

The fate of Tormund and Beric are in question as they are seen, in the final moments of the episode, on top of the Wall, which collapses after being attacked by Viserion. Viserion’s blue fire destroys one half of the Wall, killing men of the Night’s Watch and allowing the Night King and his army to march into Weteros. Did Tormund and Beric die? Or were they on the part of the wall that didn't fall?

The cliffhanger left fans dismayed about the future of the leader of the Free Folk and the Lord of Blackhaven.

Unfortunately, we will have to wait until 2018 or possibly longer to find the answers to these lingering questions.