Re: A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones Spoiler-Filled Discussion
Sure, most fans have long taken it for granted that Ned isn't Jon's father, but Martin never used to admit even that much, so it's interesting that he's apparently telling actors (even those who have no possible need to know) and doesn't seem peeved that they're dropping hints all over the place. Maybe he figures so many people have accepted the theory that it's not worth the pretense. Or maybe he's planning a big double-twist where Jon is
Ned's after all. That
would amuse me.
Egg, I dreamed I was old.