As a special treat the panel was moderated by none other than Kristian Nairn, the actor who played Hodor till the finale of season 6 when he was killed off.
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"But I think she's finding it incredibly awkward, but underneath that awkwardness there's always that secret enjoyment", she quipped.
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Sophie Turner gave perhaps the most surprising answer when she said, "I loved working with Jack Gleeson so much that I have to say Joffrey", referring to her onscreen husband and the young Baratheon king, one of the show's most vile and despised characters. Jon used to fill the role of a father figure to Sam, because he never had one of his own, but then he met Gilly and saved her the way Jon saved him. That's how I feel - like I came home. Turner thinks her character is done with any real romantic love because of all she's been through and is probably incapable of trusting anyone.
She also spoke to what motivates Brienne to serve Sansa so faithfully, to be so fervent in the solemn vow she pledged to Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley) long ago. "There's still that sexism that's ingrained in the culture", she said. Image: HBO The FIX was on hand in San Diego for the Game of Thrones panel discussion and Q&A Friday afternoon. He promised a relaxed and informal tone for the panel, and he delivered, asking his colleagues to reflect on their characters' quieter moments, which cast members they miss the most ("Cough Hodor cough", Nairn even said at various points), and more.