Jason Momoa finally shares his reaction to the 'Game of Thrones' finale and we can all relate

Jason Momoa finally shares his reaction to the 'Game of Thrones' finale and we can all relate

(Warning: This article contains spoilers about the series finale of Game of Thrones, but absolutely no spoilers about the short-lived 1965-66 sitcom My Mother The Car. What happens when a man's mother dies and is reincarnated as a 1928 Porter automobile? Comedy gold, that's what!)

On the series finale of Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen experienced some pushback from her controversial Burn Everyone To Ashes policy. After getting a pep talk from Tyrion Lannister, Jon Snow stabbed Dany, his aunt-with-benefits, in the heart. Weeks later, the most powerful lords in Westeros gathered for an awkward electoral college meeting and chose Bran Stark to be the King of the Seven Kingdoms. (Well, Six Kingdoms after Sansa Stark Brexited The North.)

The episode got the highest ratings of any HBO show ever, and an extremely polarizing reception from viewers. Fans praised the spectacular cinematography, special effects and acting, particularly the Mad Queen's chilling Hitler-esque Valyrian speech. Meanwhile, critics pointed out that the finale suffered from the same problems as the past two seasons: a rushed pace, inexplicable actions, and an emphasis on spectacle over scintillating dialogue.

Watch Jason Momoa's reaction to Dany's death on Game of Thrones

But regardless of what of what you thought of the destination, the journey was thrilling, full of unexpected twists and turns. Jason Momoa, who played Khal Drogo during the first season, shared his reactions live on Instagram, and they were absolutely perfect. When the last remaining dragon, Drogon, discovered Dany's dead body and shrieked, Momoa exclaimed, "F**k you! F**k you, punk!" He let also let loose a few growls at that devious Queenslayer Jon Snow.

After Bran The Broken became King, he sentenced Jon return to the Night's Watch, which is apparently still a thing, despite the army of the dead's defeat and the wildlings' peaceful emigration into Westeros. "Let me get this s**t straight," Momoa said to the camera, as if addressing the prettyboy crow. "You're going back to what the f**k you did in the first place and you killed Khaleesi. Oh my god… We're gonna go to the bars and we're gonna get in a fight."

Watch Jon Snow reunite with Ghost during his final scene

After watching the conclusion of this pop culture phenomenon, some of us have a few questions: How did Jon get busted for regicide after Drogon took Dany's body away? Why didn't the historically rebellious Dorne and Iron Islands demand to be free like the North? Why did Arya Stark stop using her face-changing ability? Who's the Prince That Was Promised? Doesn't Jon have a "better story" than Bran? Why does Bran want to rule now after turning down being Lord of Winterfell? Why didn't he warn us against Dany going mad, or try to prevent the genocide of a million people?

But there's no question Jason Momoa's reactions were adorable! I hope he goes on Instagram Live and broadcasts his reactions to My Mother The Car.