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Screw the NBA Finals! Game of Thrones is what got celebs riled up on Twitter

Well, Game of Thrones has truly outdone itself. Episode 9, “Battle of the Bastards,” was pretty much a perfect piece of cinematic excellence. Of course, the long-anticipated Season 6 penultimate episode had Twitter buzzing with reactions from fans — celebrity and otherwise.

A lot of people were having some serious issues with the fact that the NBA Finals were airing simultaneously.

Geraldo Rivera was having somewhat of an existential crisis about the conflict.

Bruno Mars was a little more laid-back about the abundance of battles that lay before him all in one night.

Let’s be real, the ladies have completely owned this season and fans are loving it.

After the tragic, unexpected death of Anton Yelchin, Anna Kendrick expressed her sadness but seemed to find a silver lining in the fact that this episode was so saturated with warrior women.

The focus of the night was definitely on Sansa’s badassery and Ramsay’s brutal exit.

A writer for Shameless, LaToya Morgan, said what we were all immediately thinking, right?

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Jace Lacob, writer and host of Masterpiece Studio, praised our girl for coming through at the very last moment. I mean, when Littlefinger rode up with the Knights of the Vale, the galaxy cheered. It was quite possibly the greatest moment in television.

A lot of people, myself included, couldn’t help but cheer.

Josh Gad was pretty much enthralled with the magic of the episode.

Big Brother‘s Dick Donato had a revelation.

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Actress Keegan Connor Tracy celebrated the end of Ramsay like we all did.

Even T-Pain had to celebrate the demise of Ramsay Bolton.

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Emma Caulfield, of Buffy the Vampire Slayer fame, lost her damn mind, so she let her emojis convey her emotions.

Kevin Smith commented on the two battles because let’s not forget that Dany flew around with her dragons to stop the impending masters’ ships from reaching Meereen.

A lot of people hailed this episode as the greatest of the series and possibly in television history.

Saturday Night Live‘s Taran Killam said it best.

Robbie Amell commented on how epic the hour felt. It felt cinematic.

Leah Remini found a pretty successful diet during the battle.

Finally, Aaron Tveit said what we all were thinking when those Stark banners were draped over the walls of Winterfell.

All hail the Starks of Winterfell! Let’s all take a moment to re-watch Ramsay’s face being eaten over and over again.

Do you think this was the best episode of Game of Thrones so far?

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