From dead to king -- Jon Snow had quite a journey in "Game of Thrones" Season 6.

In the supersized finale, "The Winds of Winter," Jon was declared the King in the North, even though Sansa Stark is the "pureblood" Stark. It wasn't revealed to Jon or Sansa, but the audience (and Bran Stark) finally got confirmation that Jon is actually the love child of Lyanna Stark and Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, son of the Mad King. That makes him Daenerys Targaryen's nephew, and also Ned Stark's nephew. Either way, Lyanna Mormont was right to say Ned Stark's blood runs through Jon's veins, it's just by way of Lyanna's own namesake.

In the "Inside the Episode" video, showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss talked about the potential rivalry between Jon and Sansa. They love each other, but there's still a lack of complete trust, with Sansa not telling Jon about her meeting with Littlefinger, or her letter to the knights of the Vale.

"There's definitely a little hint of conflict there," Benioff said. "You see that come out in Episode 9 where she's at the war council where no one asks her opinion, despite the fact that she knows Ramsay better than anyone. So I think there's a little bit of anger about that, a little bit of jealousy. And that relationship will be crucial to watch."

Interesting. Littlefinger fanned the flames with his speech to Sansa about wanting to sit on the Iron Throne, with Sansa by his side. He said she is "the future of House Stark" and the one the North should rally around. Sansa smiled, at first, when Jon was declared King in the North, until she locked eyes with the smirking Petyr Baelish. Is she really ready to be second fiddle to Jon (who was stabbed to death by the last people he tried to rule, let's not forget)?

There are reportedly only two seasons ahead, and both meant to be shorter than the usual 10 episodes, so we will definitely keep an eye on this potential Stark drama. Plus, Arya should be coming home soon, right?

Watch the full "Inside the Episode" video:

"Game of Thrones" Season 7 should start filming pretty soon (they usually start in July, but that's been for 10-episode seasons) with the new season most likely premiering in April 2017.

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