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Spoilers ahead for the most recent episode of Game of Thrones.

Last week's episode of Game of Thrones is perhaps one of the best in the HBO drama's long run. After hating him for close to 3 season straight, Ramsay Bolton was finally defeated and totally ripped apart by the very hounds he used as a weapon against Theon, Fat Walda, and his infant brother. While this may have been the most joyous death since Joffrey's poison at the Purple Wedding, Ramsay's last words hit a bit of a sour note and almost ruined the moment. As he was tied to a chair and bleeding, Ramsay taunted Sansa, telling her "You can't kill me. I'm part of you now." This added a ton of fuel to the popular theory that Sansa is in fact pregnant with Ramsay's baby, as a result of her repeated sexual assault. Luckily for us, one Game of Thrones lead actor has weighed in, and seems to deny this theory.

Actor Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos the Onion Knight, recently spoke to the Huffington Post, where he seemingly shot down the prego Sansa theory:

Unless he's got one of those Game of Thrones pregnancy sticks, he's not gonna know. I think, I would imagine, it's open to whatever you want it to be, but I think he's saying he's put himself into her head. That's what I took from it. She's never gonna get rid of him because of what he's done to her. He knows what he's done to her. It was off camera, what he was doing to her, but we all know what it was. But I think he's placed himself in her soul for all the wrong reasons.

This seems like a pretty flat out denial of Sansa's pregnancy, while also helping to give the scene and Ramsay's words significant emotional weight. She will truly always remember what he did to her, and it has helped harden her into the strategist she is today.

While I don't want Sansa carrying the child of a psychopath, it does seem logical that she might be pregnant. The timeline of Sansa's captivity is a bit blurry, but she was presumably assaulted by Ramsay a few times a week while she was the Bolton's prisoner. He was trying to get Sansa pregnant before his father could do the same with Fat Walda, so it's safe to say that the on-screen sexual assault we had to watch wasn't the only one. Depending on how often their encounters occurred, it would totally make sense for Sansa to be pregnant.

Then again, this theory hasn't been hinted at or addressed even a little during Game of Thrones. Sansa jumped from Winterfell's walls and went through the freezing lake without any worry about a possible unborn child. It's been a full season of her freedom, and she's never addressed being worried about pregnancy or how that would affect their mission to dethrone the Boltons. And with Sansa becoming such a strong player in the titular Game this season, it would be a real step back to have her once again suffering at the hands of the now-extinct Boltons.

Do you think Sansa's eggo is prego? Sound off in the comments below.

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