"The plot twist of the #GameOfThrones finale is realizing that I'd answer Robin Arryn's 2am 'u up?' texts", Jackie Fisher tweeted after Arryn's scene where the leaders of Westeros chose their next leader.
The last time we saw Robin - played by Brazilian actor Lino Facioli - he was an underage 14-year-old.
Amid fan reactions on who finally gets to sit on the Iron Throne, well, sort off, loyal viewers of "Game Of Thrones" could not help but swoon over one of the series' forgotten characters who made an unexpected appearance in the finale episode, which aired Sunday.
Yikes. In later seasons, Game of Thrones did its best to depict Robin as a gangly, slightly-sickly looking kid who was easily malleable and, frankly, a little off-putting.
Also, if you forgot who Lord Arryn was in the series (totally understandable), you might remember him as the unhinged tween still breastfeeding and demanding to see folks fly out of the Eyrie's Moon Door.
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And, of all the characters to abruptly bring back into the show's final moments, it turns out, Robin Arryn was perhaps the most memeable. Robin Arryn, who ascended to Warden of the East and Protector of the Vale after the deaths of his mother, Lysa Arryn, and Petyr Baelish.
Fans first laid eyes upon Robin in season one. And after talk of dubious scripts, the 18-year-old's "glow up" transformation delighted fans.
In Season 1 after Tyrion demanded a trial by combat with Ser Jaime Lannister as his champion Bronn agreed to be Tyrion's champion in exchange for gold and defeated Ser Vardis Egen, which allowed Tyrion to go free. That was when Littlefinger sent Robin to live with Lord Royce, who was charged with training the young lord and turning him into a man.