Jon Snow
A picture of Kit Harington as Jon Snow in the TV series "Game of Thrones." Facebook/ Game of Thrones

Kit Harington said in a video posted online that Jon Snow’s “fault” in “Game of Thrones” Season 6 is not listening to his sister Sansa. Sophie Turner also appears in the video to talk about how her character was suffering from a perception problem.

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“Jon’s fault this year is he doesn’t listen to Sansa,” Harington (Jon Snow) said in the video. Turner said that her character probably had the “worst time,” when compared to the others on the show. However, her time with Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) gave her an idea about what he was like and what he was capable of.

Sansa was not asked to give her inputs before the battle, and Turner feels that this was because she was still seen as this “young, little, incompetent sister” that Jon always had. Turner explained that her character “knows how the game works now.”

To be fair, Harington pointed out that every time Jon asks his sister in “Game of Thrones” Season 6 what they should do; “she doesn’t give him a real answer.” She knows how Ramsay works, but that knowledge doesn’t result in any “solution,” Harington pointed out. The battle ends in victory for the Starks, but they lose Rickon (Art Parkinson).

Harington said that he has never seen his character give up on anyone or anything. This battle, however, was different. The actor said that he was wondering what would happen if his character just stops. That moment came during the battle, when Jon was nearly buried under his men.

Jon slows down a little bit while he is buried. According to Harington, Jon feels that he could just stay there and let it all end. But, something pushes him to struggle his way up and gasp for air.

Harington said that the moment Jon Snow rises above the bodies in “Game of Thrones” Season 6, he is “reborn again.” The actor compared this scene to that of Daenerys’ from Season 3, in which she is surrounded by people shouting “Mhysa” (mother).

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