Siri is apparently a big fan of Game of Thrones.
The Apple program was one of the record 8.9 million who tuned into Sunday’s sixth season finale of Game of Thrones – the most ever for the HBO fantasy series.
Siri’s GoT fandom was outed when the program weighed in on the parentage of Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) – which was implied to be Prince Rhaegar Targaryen in the action-packed finale.
Ask Siri who Snow’s father is, and Sirl will offer some sassy responses. “I’m sworn to secrecy, but I can tell you that he’s quite a singer,” Siri says it one response, calling back to Rhaegar’s singing abilities. “Like Ned, I promised I wouldn’t tell” Siri offers in another, referencing Snow’s beheaded adopted father.
Most revealing? “Let s just say, there s some fire in this Snow,” Siri says, referencing Targaryen’s “fire and blood” catchphrase.
Good thing Jon Snow doesn’t have access to Siri. As fans knows, right now Bran Stark, played by Isaac Hempstead Wright, is the only one who knows his true parentage, having learned about it in a vision.
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Of course, like some fans, Siri may need to watch the episode again, having not paid close enough attention when it was revealed that Snow’s mother is Lyanna Stark.
Maybe Siri missed that part, flipping over to Keeping Up with the Kardashians instead?
Siri also commented on some other George R.R. Martin gems, when asked “Did you watch the Game of Thrones finale?”
Popular responses include: “I’m not sure, but I’m hoping for a Nymeria spin-off,” “Well, Cersei got all mad, Mad King style, that is,” “I predict raIns at Castamere,” “Ideally, the Hound and Beric share a chicken dinner” and “It looks like Arya finally got a new name the Rat Cook!”
Game of Thrones returns to HBO in 2017.