"The Last of the Starks," the fourth episode in Game of Thrones' final season, might go down as one of the worst ever — at least according to fans.

People acted completely out of character; newly knighted Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) was reduced to begging Jaime Lannister's (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) lame ass to stay after some wack sex; the only notable woman of color got her head lopped off to advance her master's story (while wearing chains); Sansa (Sophie Turner) suggested that sexual assault made her a better person; and of course, the whopper: Nobody noticed that Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) still had a grande Pike Place in front her while the cameras rolled. They couldn't even have given her a Dragon Drink! It all added up to one seriously hot mess of an episode, giving fans plenty of reasons to worry that the final two episodes won't redeem this season and ruin GoT's legacy forever.

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The only way this episode could've gotten any worse is if producers handed cameras to a pack of fifth graders at recess and told them to make a Game of Thrones episode with some Funko toys, which, as fate would have it, is almost exactly what TV Guide did in the latest installment of Dolls of Thrones. (Except we couldn't get any fifth graders to answer our texts, so we just did it ourselves.) In this week's imagining of what was really on characters' minds as they careened toward the series' climax, Dany bops to "Single Ladies" while taking her kids for an afternoon ride, Jaime divulges the real reason he left Brienne, and we find out exactly who was responsible for the most embarrassing continuity gaffe of the 21st century. Check out Dolls of Thrones and sound off on how accurate it is in the comments.

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