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That Popular Jon Snow Theory Finally Gets Shot Down

Winter is coming, but Snow might not be.

Say it ain't Snow!

With "Game of Thrones" Season 6 coming right around the corner, the theories about how Jon Snow will come back are starting to ramp up. Or, they were before actor John Bradley stopped by "Conan" on Tuesday.

One of the most popular theories about Jon Snow's possible resurrection stems from his direwolf, Ghost. Many fans think Snow may have warged into Ghost or will come back in the form of an animal, but Bradley thinks that is a "strange theory." 

"What you're really asking yourself there is, do they like the character of Jon Snow enough that they're gonna want to see it being played by a dog?" said Bradley.

Lol. Good point, dude.

He continued, "Kit Harington -- I'm sure he won't mind me saying this -- he's got a very marketable face. He's a very, very good-looking guy. Carries a lot of sex appeal. I'm not sure that a dog is going to carry that same sex appeal."

It's true. Dogs are notoriously unsexy. However, in George R.R. Martin's books, there's actually a lot of evidence to suggest that Snow did warg into Ghost as he was dying and will likely come back later somehow.

The show obviously does things differently than the books, though. So when Snow does come back (assuming he will, because there's Snow doubt about it), it appears it'll be in a different way after all.

Ugh, Sam. Why do you have to be such a buzzkill? Now we know why Snow always looked so bummed all the time.

"Game of Thrones" Season 6 premieres Sunday, April 24, on HBO.

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