The one TINY detail you probably didn't notice about Jon Snow in the last "Game of Thrones" episode
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When Jon Snow was FINALLY resurrected by Lady Melisandre in the episode “Home,” what did you notice first? Was it the color coming back to Jon Snow’s handsome, once-dead cheeks? Was it the shocked and confused look on his face when he realized he’s alive? Was it his eyes (so much discussion about Jon Snow’s eyes and what they mean — lookin’ at you, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss)?. Was it his LOINCLOTH?
Admit it. It was his loincloth. Which is fine, because not only did we get a Jon Snow resurrection, we got a Jon Snow resurrection in an dirty-yellow loincloth and it was like Benioff and Weiss wanted us to be happy for once.
But then something happened. In the third episode (“Oathbreaker”) we saw this past Sunday, Jon Snow got up and brushed off that deadness. But something was missing.
Yup, his LOINCLOTH. Where did it go? We didn’t even see it slide off, it just, POOF, disappeared.
And while we’re totally cool with a little bit of Jon Snow butt action, I still want to know what happened to his undies. Did Jon Snow’s undeadness cause his loincloth to evaporate? Did Ghost get hungry and eat it? Did Melisandre snatch it from his naked body as a momento? THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW.