It’s All About The Starks — Including A Long-Lost One’s Return — On Game Of Thrones!

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*** WARNING: Spoilers for Game of Thrones ahead ***

This family sure is stubborn!

Game of Thrones has once again captured all of America’s attention now that it’s back for Season Six, but characters who survived last year aren’t the only ones being brought back for the new episodes.

First off, HBO made it clear last week that there are no rules by having Jon Snow (Kit Harington) come back from the dead — and now he’s not even the only Stark to have miraculously survived for so long!

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That’s because long-forgotten Rickon Stark (Art Parkinson) finally popped up on Sunday after being gone for literally two years!

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However, not every resident of Winterfell was as lucky… rest in peace, Shaggydog.

Speaking of death, being a revenant clearly didn’t give Jon Snow a new respect for life — he punished those who betrayed him with a rather unceremonious group hanging — including both Thorne (Owen Teale) and little Olly (Brenock O’Connor).

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This week continued to be all about the Starks as Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) sees a vision of his father’s legendary sword fight at the Tower Of Joy — unfortunately Bran gets blue eyeballs as his vision is cut off right before the big reveal that would finally confirm or deny once and for all the R + L = J fan theory.

Bran wasn’t the only Stark with vision this week — Arya (Maisie Williams) finally got hers back after once again proving to Jaqen she was “no one”! And after all that training to fight blind too…

It was all wolves this week — everyone else’s story was just filler!

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[Image via HBO.]

May 9, 2016 10:37am PDT

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