It's safe to say Stephen King won't be signing that petition to remake Season 8 of Game of Thrones.

The final season of the HBO epic has prompted passionate reactions from disappointed fans; even some of the show's biggest stars seem conflicted. But King is still all-in — even when it comes to the most divisive episode of the season, "The Bells." When Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) went full "dracarys" in Sunday's fiery episode, the horror author had no complaints.

"I've loved this last season of GoT, including [Dany] going bugsh-- all over King's Landing," King tweeted on Thursday. He also suggested that no ending could really satisfy fans, writing, "There's been a lot of negativity about the windup, but I think it's just because people don't want ANY ending. But you know what they say: All good things..."

That may be a quick way to dismiss critiques of a rushed season, but you have to admit: The phrase "going bugsh--" does make the whole storyline sound better.

King and noted Season 8 defender Kit Haringon should probably get coffee sometime.

The series finale of Game of Thrones airs Sunday, May 19 at 9/8c on HBO.

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